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Disturbing cheating by professorsBrightNursing
Disturbing cheating by professors with the approval of the upper echelons. Student retention to them is about money and not degrees.
3rd Year Female -- Class 2018
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Auburn is really your typical party school.Nursing
Auburn is really your typical party school. I came here because the nursing program was decent but soon realized this place was not for me. I am from the north and it is an entirely different place than the south. If you are not a white born southerner this is not the place for you. The only thing to do on the weekends is get plowed and hook up with others. I have not met one person that I could possibly spend the rest of my life with. Not to mention not one person is in a relationship. All anyone seems to care about is drinking and watching football. The school truthfully from the outside looks amazing. I came in thinking I would have the time of my life. Sooner did I realize I felt trapped and wasting my parents money. I thought having a big football stadium, tons of school pride, and southern hospitality would be what I was looking for but regrettably I made the wrong decision. Auburn's highlights are its football team and its football team alone. The campus is pretty minus all the drunks. I party but to a certain extent and the nightlife here was atrocious. Goodbye Auburn HELLO UGA!! (:
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After a mildly rough period of adjustment duringBrightPharmacy
After a mildly rough period of adjustment during my first term here, Auburn has fulfilled my every wish and met all of my highest expectations. The thing to remember is that here, as at all large universities, you have to be willing to take the initiative in getting out of your dorm, apartment, or whatever and getting yourself involved with people on campus.

While my original intention was to participate in the Greek system on campus, I decided that I did not need the additional distractions that go along with the fraternity scene. This should not be taken as a criticism of Greeks. I have gotten to know quite a few fraternity guys over my four years at Auburn and find them to be friendly and completely lacking in the arrogance that some seem to think goes along with pledging a Greek organization. My girlfriend of almost two years is a sorority member and I have no trouble relating to her "sisters", who are as down to earth and accepting as any group of girls that I know.

While it is true that our SACS problems, which are really in no way a big deal, have gotten a lot of press, they do not impact the student body in any negative way. As graduation approached, I applied to a number of graduate schools, both in and out of state, and had no problem gaining acceptance to more than one highly regarded school.

If you will take the time to visit Auburn, you will learn that the only "challenge" you have in fitting in here is that this is not a "bright lights, big city" atmosphere. If you wait around for something interesting to do to come and find you, it probably won't happen. It is there for the taking if you are willing to look around and jump in. The payback is a solid and affordable education and a share in the most incredible school spirit you will ever find. Auburn people are proud of their school and thankful to have been a part of a family that will welcome them wherever they go. WAR EAGLE!!!!!

4th Year Male -- Class 2004
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