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The University of Massachusetts - Amherst Business School

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I am out of UMASS for a long time now.BrightBusiness - Management and Administration
I am out of UMASS for a long time now. I went on to law school after 4 years as a Hotel, Restaurant &Travel Administration major (now in the business school) in good part because of good mentoring. I loved my UMAss experience. I was from NJ and really found a home in Fraternity (Pike). Looking back on UMASS, I am amazed at how this school which was chock full of kids from blue collar families produced guys who have been really successful. The party scene was big, the people fun, the classes generally good (though the left-wing proclivities of professors outside my major was fierce), and the outcomes for most of my peers have been excellent. I have my own kids now, including a son going to college next year. He didn't want to go to UMass, which was a bit disappointing. But I know a few kids in his age range who are going currently and next year. They all seem really happy with the choice and the prospect. Wouldn't trade my UMass years for anything.
Alumnus Male -- Class 2000
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I am really enjoyingQuite BrightBusiness - Management and Administration
I am really enjoying my college career here at UMass. Coming into the school, I didn't really expect to love it as much as I do now. Choosing to come to UMass Amherst for my undergrad was the best decision I could have made.
2nd Year Female -- Class 2016
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Keep in mind it's a very big campus;AverageAccounting
Keep in mind it's a very big campus; there are many people ON this campus which means it's very busy. Classes fill up quickly and core requirements are sometimes difficult to gain access too.

Some professors are willing to help but others are not approachable at all. It is often difficult to get a grasp on things when transitioning into this college.

There is also a lot of construction going on at this time so traveling around campus is difficult.The school has good intentions, and excellent programs but you have to be ready to work hard and mostly on your own if you want to succeed here. It's expensive and not focused on individuals but if you connect with the right teachers, fellow students or TAs and have a lot of internal motivation you'll do fine.

1st Year Female -- Class 2015
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