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Iona College

Breakdown of “Education Quality” at Iona

By Gender
By Major
Business - Management and AdministrationC+
Computer EngineeringC+
Computer ScienceB-
History/Histories (art history/etc.)D
Political ScienceA-

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Education Quality compared with similar schools in class.

Iona College
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Education Quality

... The education is better than decent and as for the social life, it is what you make of it ...Read full comment
... Iona doesn't care about student satisfaction - it's more about quantity not providing a quality education and quality academic support services ...Read full comment
... Suburban neighborhood, good kids, improving quality of education, teacher support ...Read full comment
... Iona needs to appoint administrators that have business and sales background to compete in higher education's competitive environment ...Read full comment
... Look at the list of colleges that made the affordable list for providing a quality educationa and services ...Read full comment
... If I'm going to spend money, I want to receive a quality education, and I'm not getting that at Iona ...Read full comment
... I enrolled in a college - with a high ranking and quality education ...Read full comment
... If you hire Adjuncts, they teach and leave, where is the quality education for the students, and why should parents pay excessive and overpriced...Read full comment
... My primary reasons for transferring were the lack of a quality education, and the type of student which is prevalent at the college ...Read full comment
... As I said before, Iona was basically a community college, and no one should be paying thousands for that type of education ...Read full comment
... You can take virtual college classes, attend state schools, community colleges for two years - and get your core classes - and a great education...Read full comment
... The education is very good from what i can tell ...Read full comment
... I didn't receive a quality college experience or education ...Read full comment
... Iona cares about expanding with real estate and buildings, whiled Iona's educational support services, including Academic support, Student Advis...Read full comment
... Since leaving Iona, I have visited other campuses, of course, with my eyes wide-opened and focused on education, career development, academic ...Read full comment
... Students, quality education, and jobs are not a priority at Iona, making enrollment numbers and quick fixex are Iona's priorities ...Read full comment
... I would have saved so much money, and the educational and social life would have been much more superior ...Read full comment
... If you hire Adjuncts, they teach and leave, where is the quality education for the students, and why should parents pay excessive and overpriced...Read full comment
... You can get a more cost effective and better educational quality at a Community or State College ...Read full comment
... The educational philosophy and location are what put Iona far above any other school I looked at ...Read full comment
... Also, many of the kids here are not interested in their education, many come to class and sit on their cell phones the entire time, which I find ...Read full comment
... When I learned that Iona takes in over 93% of applicants, I knew the President and his Administrators don't care about a quality education - the...Read full comment
... The social life as sad, but if you like highschool, then you will love Iona College, the lifestyle and education are just like it ...Read full comment
... Students, like us, pay their big salaries, and to me, Iona couldn't compete with the college experience I witnessed visiting other campuses of h...Read full comment
... I think I'll get more out of my education there than at Iona; the quality of the programs just seem to be lacking here ...Read full comment
... All in all, Iona is an embarrassment to higher education and is no better than most community colleges ...Read full comment
... I could have taken classes from home obtained a business certification at a community college, and look for a position at a corporation that wi...Read full comment
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