|Students who got into PMC say:|
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| | Anyone who wants to come in to PMC, I recommend to be ready because this College is a challenge in all areas, not only education-wise. It is our job to become leaders and make PMC a better school, regardless of the inactive-students who live on-campus.
-P.S: Don't get a room on-campus, some girls are very rude and act childish. Oh but the classes are GREAT!=)
nothing i did nothing. they just wanted my money. this school is not worth 34,000. It is not wroth anything and should be shut down. Everyone who needs a second chance of education is better off going to a community college.
Its so easy to get it, its crazy. You have an 80% chance to get in.... Many girls had about a 2.0 GPA when they got in... So the teachers teach at an extremely low level. If you have a high GPA go elsewhere, I wish I had with my 3.5GPA
| Political Science|
| Mar 06 2010 |
In the fall of my senior year, my mom hadn't yet seen the PMC campus. She scheduled a private tour for the 2 of us, and then an interview for me with a member of the admissions staff. The private tour was really nice for a couple reasons: my mom finally got to see the really beautiful campus, that I had already gotten to visit for a high school girls leadership conference a few months earlier. The girl who showed us around was one of the PMC student counselors at the conference. So, I felt more comfortable. Finally, doing a private tour is great because my mom and I were the only two guests with the tour guide, so we got all our questions answered about PMC! As nerve-racking as a college interview sounds, my PMC interview felt very informal. If anything, it just helped PMC know a little about me, what I was thinking about studying, and my interests. Janna, who interviewed me, kept in contact with me via e-mail over the next few months while I was finishing up the application process. I think that convinced her that I was serious about college.
| Communications|| Aug 04 2007 |