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Trinity Washington University

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I am currently a freshman here and I amApr 06 2015Communications
I am currently a freshman here and I am planning on leaving this school for good. It was hell from the moment I got here! The school looks nothing like the pictures online, especially the dorms. Cuvilly Hall is the least up to date and raggediest dorm building on campus. It is filled with mice, roaches, bed bugs, dust, dirt, filth, and a lot more. If you have a problem and you decide to take it up with the deans or directors, DO NOT waste your time because no one will listen and they will their precious time to tend to the problem at hand. The social atmosphere on campus is none existent! No parties, no functions, no gatherings, no sororities, nothing. I feel bad for the girls who have been here for years because they feel stuck or don't see anything wrong with this school or accepted it for what it is. PLEASE DO NOT BOTHER COMING HERE, YOU WILL NOT GET THE TRUE COLLEGE EXPERIENCE!
Apply and find outAug 14 2014Business - Management and Administration
Apply and find out. Fee included
The school may be good for other degrees butJul 26 2014Nursing
The school may be good for other degrees but the nursing department is struggling. I will not recommend this school for nursing.
Its not hard to get in every body gets inFeb 16 2009Biology
I applied to Trinity and was asked to comeOct 18 2008Psychology
I applied to Trinity and was asked to come in for an interview. I was told in order to be accepted, I would need to be in the top 20% of my graduating high school class and have a GPA of 3.5 or higher. I knew I would get in. However towards leaving Trinity, I noticed the students being admitted were not "Trinity appropriate." The students being accepted were on academic probation, but could play sports- hence the new Trinity Athletic Center. I've gone back to visit and was overwhelmed with the large number of minority students- over 70% african american. WHAT?! Where is the diversity? Of the 70%, more are from DCPS which basically Trinity accepts student with below average grades. I will never contribute one cent to this place nor will I advise women to attend. Better off at a community college than at Trinity.
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