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Malformed University Name, Uncategorized Surveys

Education Scores
Students who would return
Would not - 1/2
Student Surveys
(in Education)
3
Males: 1, Females: 2
Average Yrs. Completed: 1.3
 

Education Quality Vs. Competing Schools

Average of All Schools
 B
F
A+

Student Expectations

Expected coursework difficulty:3.3 Medium
Actual difficulty:1.9 Low
Students found the coursework to be easier than expected.

Educational Quality vs. Student Intellect


English Speaking

Percent of teaching staff that does not speak satisfactory English0-10%

Student Personalities

Faculty Personalities

Education:

I followed a boyfriend to this college without doing any research about it. We eventually broke up (a good thing) but I was stuck at the college with...
I had a problem and went to a college advisor. The school got my parent's involved and told them a different story. My parents turned on me. Finally, ...
Very poor college, I am transfering ASAP.
Definitely not a school for everyone. I went here because my parents were paying and wanted me to go here. Looking back I wish I had gone somewhere ...
If you are not white, please do not apply this college. You will be sorry and I guarantee it. The racial problem in this college is awful. I ended up ...
I am an alum of Champlain. I also live in Burlington and have for over 30 years. In that time I have watched this college advertise itself into someth...
Prospective students should be made aware of the ever expanding Washington State Prison (Death Row types) housed within 2-3 miles of the Whitman campu...
Don't go here. Got my BS in Secondary Education, but failed to find a job in first couple years. In my field, that means you are unlikely to ever find...
I attended WMU as part of my Nursing program. WMU had a poor reputation when I was there in 1980. The school rooms were filthy. Most of the "teacher...
Horrible school teachers and administration do not care about students they only want your money. Because I was gay they held my degree up for over 10...
The MAT program is full of Type A personalities and if you are not one you will not fit into this group. The head of the graduate school of education ...
Texas Tech University, and more importantly, the people that are associated with the University helped mold me into the individual I am today. The pro...
I enjoyed G.C.C and learned a lot from my teachers there. I was in the 2 year teacher education program. I went to geneseo afterwards and decided to...
If I had to go back and start all over again, I would return to JCSU. Hopefully, I would find the same warm & caring atmosphere I experienced during ...
How many college graduates speak well of their school? I cannot speak too highly of BJU! I cannot think of one course that I took that I have not foun...
I returned to school 5 years after graduating college. I found the graduate school extremely professional and all the professors extrememly competent...
I believe I received the best preparation for teaching in either junior or senior high school. Many hours were spent observing master teachers, te...
PCC could not have better prepared me for my ministry in Christian education. I am so thankful for the practical training and the caring faculty!!!
Awesome Education undergrad courses!
PCC was the best decision I have ever made. It truly helped me prepare for my career as well as life! The memories made and lessons learned made it ...
Thanks to the University of Texas at Austin PhD diploma I got my dream job! Also, I will cherish the experiences gained at this university for ever!Th...
I loved the size and location of the school. The professors were okay; some being more helpful and interested in your success than others. I find co...
Attending Augustana College was by far one of the best decisions I've ever made. The campus and community were wonderful, and my experiences there aid...
Bob Jones University offered, and still provides, a framework in which one can take advantage of opportunities to help become a more involved and comp...
I am currently a sophomore at Marist College, majoring in Spanish Secondary Education with a minor in psychology. Marist College was my first choice w...
Know what you want and focus on it.Have the Desire,Dedication,and Determination to achieve your goals.Be passionate in what you choose to do.
I went to Rowan for my Undergraduate and Graduate Degree. I loved the fact that there were small classes, professors who were accessible, it was easy ...
My time at the University of Delaware was an amazing experience! The four years I spent there were truly the quickest four years of my life and I am s...
USC Aiken was a great educational and social experience for me. I learned and experienced new things in and out of the classroom that helped me for ...
HNU was a great place to learn with the small class sizes and brilliant faculty. I had financial aid and had to work on campus. I had various campus ...
I went to PCC with my eyes wide open, which I believe is very important when making a college decision. I knew that the rules were very strict, and t...
As for the rules and activities, well, they are something I can easily live with in order to reach my goal. However, the philosophy of education and ...
Pensacola Christian College was a great experience for me both spiritually and professionally. They have very high standards for their graduates, and...
College helped me get a job. More importantly was the connections I made with others through professional organizations after I graduate. The National...
I knew I wanted to be in psychology/education-stayed very much on track, got 2 masters degrees and a doctoral degree in the field. The good news-I wa...
My college has helped when I have needed to renew my teaching license from time to time, but otherwise it hasn't been much help. University of Evansvi...
I received my Doctorate in Educational Leadership in 2012 from Fresno State University. The degree that I earned has not helped to advance my career....
I started my degree program with Capella University and completed my master's degree within 3 years. I earned my degree while working fulltime and exp...
I learned a lot in several colleges before I got my first "real" job but my degree and the Professors references really helped me get my first job. F...
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