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Southern Illinois University - Edwardsville Business School

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I love SIUe.Quite BrightAccounting
I love SIUe. I think it is a great school with many opportunities to get involved and to make contacts that will help advance you in your future career. I am glad I made the decision to come here. It is affordable but still a good education.
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SIUE is a good school for the money.Super BrilliantBusiness - Management and Administration
SIUE is a good school for the money. You should not expect high-end amenities and extracurricular. The School of Business is top rated and has exclusive accreditations and will cost you less than $4k a semester if you live off campus. I transferred here from a private university in the same area (McKendree) that was $10k a semester and did not have equal accreditation. So if you?re looking for value you can find it here. Dealing with the bureaucracy is challenging at best. All the departments have different standard procedures, so doing something as simple as becoming actively registered from a waitlist is determined by the whims of the head honchos. For example, College of Arts and Science advisors do not think it?s important to quickly respond to student inquiries into these simple topics. They are only versed in genetic processes and don?t take the time to become familiar with the nuances between programs. Mind you, advising is their only duty. In the School of Business, however, the waitlist procedures are clearly outlined on their website so a student doesn?t need to waste anyone?s time. This is important to keep in mind if you will have a double major or a minor. Also, the Bursar?s office has awarded my student loans to the wrong student and put a hold on my account because a transcript fee was charged to the wrong semester and therefore not paid. They have resolved those issues but not without many phone calls and trips to the office. The teachers are good in my opinion, but the support staff is lacking. And the bathrooms always reek like ammonia.
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SIUE is overall a good school.Quite BrightBusiness - Management and Administration
SIUE is overall a good school. Edwardsville is a very small town, but safe compared to St. Louis. Not much to do in Edwardsville, but you can always go to STL. SIUE is more of a commuter campus. Alot of the students leave right after class. and because of that SIUE don't have a major social life compared to other colleges. I would suggest bringing a car to campus, if possible. IF your from a bigger, more engage city, you might find SIUE & Edwardsville boring. Some Chicago students transfer out because of that. The classrooms could use some updating. I'm a transfer student, and Overall I don't regret coming here, it's a good school. They have a good business, pharmacy, dental, & nursing program. You can't beat the price tag, and books are included in the tuition. Definitely a great value. Most graduates are probably not in a lot of debt compared to other colleges.
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