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3rd Year Male -- Class 2011
Faculty Accessibility: C+, Education Quality: F
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The University of Charleston is a good school.Business - Management and Administration
The University of Charleston is a good school. They are small, with a low student to teacher ratio. Most of the professors are wonderful and helpful. The business section is top notch. I got my bachelor's in '99 and master's at UC in '00, my professors still know me by my first and last name and are references for me whenever I need them. How many schools have that? The only drawback to UC is the cost, however, my education was worth every penny and I was able to get grants and scholarships through the schoo. Even though I struggled in my local area for a long time finding my first really great job, the costs were still worth it. I've attended other local colleges and none have the quality of UC. If it weren't for UC, I would not be where I am today, making good money with a great job, confident and proud of my education! Thanks for letting me tell my story...
Alumnus Male -- Class 2000
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I recommend reviewing this school before entering.Political Science
I recommend reviewing this school before entering. View the school and the specific course work that you will under take. The univeristy is well defined in programs such as nursing, sports medecine, and business administration. The liberal arts programs are bordering on nothing. The concern is not necessarily directed to the student, so please have a high desire to attend the school before applying.
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