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DO NOT COME HERE.AverageBusiness - Management and Administration
DO NOT COME HERE. Do not come here unless you want to hate yourself every day of your college experience until you transfer or graduate. Extremely overpriced for such poor resources and facilities. Absolutely no social life because everyone thinks "christ is watching." Nobody ever wants to go out or do anything. Everyone is close-minded. Girls are stuck up and unaware they're terribly ugly. There's like 5 good looking girls on the entire campus of about 1500 people. Parking is impossible. Athletics are a joke. Go to a public university and stay the f**k out of Milwaukee.
2nd Year Male -- Class 2017
Collaboration/Competitive: B, Individual Value: F
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In the adult accelerated program yet was treatedBrightBusiness - Management and Administration
In the adult accelerated program yet was treated as a child. No consistency among instructors. Some were very helpful some were impossible to contact. Barley received feedback and did not get coursework graded till the last few days of class. Taught myself everything. Learned little from the instructors. Heated parking is included but you have to fight the other 40 students over the 5 parking spots. Assignments and instructions were unorganized. I would spend an hour each week trying to dig through the mess to find out what was expected of me. Oh and don't even waste your time voicing your concerns like I and many of my classmates did, nobody cares.
2nd Year Female -- Class 2014
Campus Aesthetics: B, Useful Schoolwork: D-
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I didn't know anyone upon starting here andBrightNursing
I didn't know anyone upon starting here and I was nervous that I wouldn't make friends as I can be a bit shy. Since a lot of people went to high school with each other it took a little while for some of them to branch out but it was absolutely worth the wait. I have met some of the most amazing and kind-hearted people at this school and since it's a small college I see most of them daily. The professors are very approachable and easy to track down if you are in need of homework help. There is always something going on through the student organizations so if you are bored, it is your own fault. If you can't find an organization to join that you are interested in, it is extremely simple to get one started up with funding from the school. As for off-campus activities, if there is not a school-sponsored one (they have one almost every weekend to places such as movie theaters, baseball games, roller rinks, bowling alleys, etc.), downtown Milwaukee is only about a 15 minute drive away. Don't have a car? No problem. Campus is extremely walkable and bus passes are available from some of the offices if you need to get to the city. The dorms are amazing, you'd be hard pressed to find better ones at another college. The campus owns a considerable amount of housing such as apartments and houses that are all maintained through the school and within a few blocks of the campus. There are chapel services daily that are not mandatory but are a great addition to the day. They also offer a midweek evening service and a contemporary Sunday service that features student musicians. All in all, this is a great school with a great Christian atmosphere.
3rd Year Female -- Class 2013
Faculty Accessibility: A+, Useful Schoolwork: B
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