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| Here are the issues~before I say this allegedly|
I feel that there is an pushing of the agenda on LGBT issue's then on education. The overall attitude is hypocritical, here I'm half dress, but the LGBT folks look down on me because of how I present myself, but then they want to be supported?! Also if you do not agree with LGBT agenda, professors will make negative comments because of your differing opinion-No I'm not kidding. I read that it is for the christian Evangelical-No it's not! Further, some LGBT individuals will bully or harass you at the end.
I also see that the type of students that are attending are from the lower echelon of the population. There is a big divide between black, white and et al-there is a problem. I feel that TWU is accepting anybody these days to keep up with their financial need as a university. It's equal to Marie Antoinette, "give them cake."
Not all but some staff members are rude and snooty to the student body,what get's me is that if it wasn't for the student(s) attending and part of their financial aid goes toward their pay. In other words the staff and other members would not have a job. They forgot who they serve.
|Aug 05 2010|| 5th Year Female --
Class 2005 |
| while the campus is nice,their is really nothing to entertain the student body. their is no school pride. i had better school pride at my juco. i am bored outside of the classroom. i spend my free time at unt functions |
|Apr 19 2010|| 1st Year Female --
Class 2014 |
| I came to this university from a challenging prep school. I had high expectations about college, and I came to TWU ready to work hard. I feel like I am going to community college here. The only department that is worthwhile is the nursing department. The nursing department is the shining star on campus. They have the best faculity, facilities, and reputation. If you are considering anything in the arts/fashion, politics, or liberal arts, you are better off not attending this university. The building for my major is extremely old, there is mold on the walls and the facilities are at like 80 years old. My friend is a criminal justice major, and most of her courses are online. How are you suppose to study criminal justice on the internet? Their is racial divisions inbetween student groups. The school is divided by the black girls and the white girls, the two sides barely mix. The financial aid office and all other student services are awful as well. If you are not a conservative evangelical, consider yourself an outcast. There is ZERO tolerance for any other cultures and religions/political beliefs. Everyone commutes and the campus is depressing on the weekends. You will not have a college experience here. Go anywhere else except TWU, you will regret it. |
|Feb 06 2010|| 1st Year Female --
Class 2013 |