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College showed how hard can hard work be.BrightComputer Engineering
College showed how hard can hard work be. It showed me the basis for all the work I have done since graduation. It did not showed me the real world technologies, but those were aquired by the basics I learned. People at college are telling me that now they are working with real world technologies. I have seen the new curriculom and I agree, though there are some courses missing which I believe all computer engineers should take. For all new students they should be ready to deal with a lot of Electrical Engineering courses, but be ready to learn some computer languages on your own like JAVA, C#. C++ is the main language you will learn in Comp. Eng. in this college.
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This is a great school where you are more then a number but a name. I like the attention you get from faculty, administration, staff, and even the schools president. It is a beautiful campus surrounded by lush forests and streams. When u leave kesytone you truley are part of the family!
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Lehigh is not for everyone.Quite BrightAccounting
Lehigh is not for everyone. It is essential that you are interested in drinking lots of alcohol and meeting people that like to drink lots of alcohol. Fraternities do dominate, but there are so many of them (23) for such a small school there are groups for almost everyone....who likes to drink. I knew tons of kids who didn't go greek and still had an unbelievable experience, so it is not a requirement. However, if you aren't going to join a house, you must be willing to be extroverted and assertive in finding your scene.

The accounting program is first rate. They regularly place 100% of graduates in mid-level to major-level firms, including about 75% going to big-4 CPA firms starting at about $50K. The accounting chairman has built a well oiled machine.

The administration is out of touch with the strengths of the school, and has been trying to change the social scene for about 7 years now. It won't work, Lehigh is a social culture that is too set in its ways to be anything else.

The average student is white from the NY/NJ/CT area and from a very wealthy background. Basically, relatively smart kids who didn't put forth the effort necessary to make the ivy league go here and meet other white kids from the NY/NJ/CT area to marry. I did not find any/much racial descrimination, however. You will be able to have close relationships with the senior administrators. My advice to HS students is to go visit the school and go out to a bunch of fraternities, if you like it that night you will love it at Lehigh.

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