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The campus is pretty, but the whole "green" thing is just too much. They charge about $300 per semester to fund their "green" program. Classes are easy, so if you're looking for just a degree, this is the place to go. Courses can be challenging, but you have to find the challenges. Instead of doing just the assigned work, do some background research on whatever it is, or go more in depth than is required. If you want to get the most out of your money, you have to go beyond what they require to do because frankly, they don't require much. You can skip half the classes and still pass. If you're looking for a cheap college, this one will do. It has a pretty nice campus, reasonable food, and the classes are useful in most cases.
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