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The College of St Joseph

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This campus is close in quality to thatQuite BrightCriminal
This campus is close in quality to that of a 3rd world prison. The campus is so unsafe that they have had to screw windows shut so that the rooms are harder to break into. The bookstore at the school was broken into many times yet there was nothing done about it because the students that broke into it were on the sports team that the director of public safety coaches. Please if you are reading this, DO NOT GO TO THIS SCHOOL, it will be the worst experience in your life.
4th Year Male -- Class 2015
Education Quality: B+, Collaboration/Competitive: F
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Most horrible experience ofQuite BrightPsychology
Most horrible experience of my life was coming to CSJ. The professors, with the exception of a select few, are unapproachable, arrogant, and unreasonable. The system as a whole is flawed,and the college seems to place no value on improving its student satisfaction.
3rd Year Female -- Class 2013
Campus Aesthetics: B+, Faculty Accessibility: F
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I assure you that if you are lookingBrightBusiness - Management and Administration
I assure you that if you are looking for the smallest amount of on campus residents (between 30-50) this school is perfect for you. I came here hoping to get a great experience out of college and found the opposite. The food is honestly dreadful spaghetti almost every night and most other food is not good. The social life is nonexistent, most ball players get high almost every night and drink on the weekends with 3-4 people. No parties. The people are nice but I suppose ignorance is bliss. Due to the fact that most students here are well below average academically. The classes are not challenging at all and the sports teams are an absolute no go unless is basketball. I would reslly recommend searching another school
1st Year Male -- Class 2016
Scholastic Success: A, Individual Value: F
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