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By the time I graduated I had been to three different universities (traveled a lot). I went to Hallmark because a friend of mine graduated there with a Bachelor's in IT and was hired before he walked the stage from a company in San Antonio. He told me that Hallmark had industry partners who hired their graduates and it worked great for him. My experience has been awesome, great faculty, REALLY smart professors, and now I've got a full time job in my field (business). I did see some negative reviews about the school online, but after checking it out for myself, I think these are mostly people who either didn't finish and blamed Hallmark, or people who thought that just because they graduated from Hallmark it was automatic that they'd get a job. That's not true for any University. At the end of the day, YOU have to be the one get the job. But I can say from experience that Hallmark is a huge part of my employment and I'm grateful.

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