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The quarter system is dumb hard.AveragePublic Health
The quarter system is dumb hard. You'll relax the first week or two, and all of a sudden you have 4 midterms, 2 essays, and a project to do by next week. The academic advisors are so unhelpful, they'll take day off's in the middle of the week during the first few weeks of the term where you need to switch your schedule around, or the last few weeks where you need to plan for the next term. The only thing you really pay for is the chance of getting a decent co-op, which only business and engineering students really get the best of.

I was in greek life for a bit. It's cool if you just want a certain squad of friends and no one else. You don't really get to meet a lot of other people if you're in Greek life, just the way it is and the way it turns you. A lot of hot girls and activities though, but there's hot girls and activities all around the city if you put the effort in.

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The building is old, dirty, and in shambles.Quite BrightNursing
The building is old, dirty, and in shambles. Everything is always disorganized and a lot of the faculty can't get it together. Their email server is the most primitive I have ever seen (I was around when email started, so I would know). All these things would be excusable if the teaching quality was up to par, but that's not the case. They shouldn't be expanding their program without adequate qualified staff. Instructors should hold a minimum of a PhD, period. The quality of instruction visibly suffers in the nursing department with lower levels of education. Who cares about quantity if you lose quality?
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All I can say is if you getNursing
All I can say is if you get accepted into the Drexel's nursing department....RUN FOR YOUR LIFE. The academic advisors are bitches! and they don't try to help you out whatsover. All they care about is getting a big fat paycheck monthly. They don't care about the students, it's just business. I transferred out last year and it was the best decision I have ever made.
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