|Major: Business - Management and Administration (This Major's Salary over time)|
|Gender: Male||This person cares more about Faculty Accessibility than the average student.|
Educational Quality F
|Describes the student body mostly as:|
Arrogant, Snooty, Closeminded
Describes the faculty mostly as:
Friendly, Condescending, Self Absorbed
Campus Aesthetics/Beauty A-
|How this student rated the school:|
|Educational Quality||F ||Faculty Accessibility||F |
|Useful Schoolwork||F ||Excess Competition||F |
|Academic Success||F ||Creativity/Innovation||F |
|Individual Value||F ||University Resource Use||F |
|Campus Aesthetics/Beauty||A- ||Friendliness||F |
|Campus Maintenance||C ||Social Life||F |
|Surrounding City||F ||Extra Curriculars||F |
This place is filled with people with mental issues... not
even kidding. There are the few that are normal, but
most are problem children. My mother works at a mental
hospital at home in Atlanta, and i would call her
and tell her about the people, and she could diagnose
them almost on the spot with my description. I would
talk to her about someone and my mom would be
like “Oh shes got borderline personality disorder for sure” it
was funny. Most of the people are all about personal
belongings and designer shit. Ed Hardy stuff is everywhere! It
makes me want to puke. $130 on a t-shirt... ummm
I'll pass. Most people think they are the shit because
their parents have soooo much money. Hell, mine do too!
But I don't go around driving a brand new BMW
and have a credit card connected to daddy's account. Where
I come from in The South, the people with tons
of money don't really flaunt it. I don't have to
walk around in a $190 polo to show that i
have money. People from The South are usually more polite
about their wealth. I go to class in a t-shirt
from a marina with shorts, flip-slops, and my costas... very
low key stuff. The person next to me in class
is wearing a gucci belt, prada sunglasses, 7 jeans, a
$400 shirt, and gold shoes with jewels in them lol. WTF its econ class not a fashion show! The quality
of education is horrible! The classes are easier then the
ones in high school.. no joke. I took all the
tests in one class drunk every time, and passed the
class with a 95... WTF? The food there is soooo
bad, and you have to buy a meal plan! What
a rip off. They try to keep students on campus
for as long as possible to get as much money
out of them as they can. Room and board isn't
worth $10,200 by any means. My dorm was smelly caused
by mold within the carpet, and with $10,200 they should
fuc*ing clean it. For night life Boca was filled with
dumb clubs which would close every month and reopen under
a new name...LAME. The security sucks, but it was fun
talking to the older security gentlemen at the front gate
at like 3am, they didn't like working there haha!
GO THERE! IT IS NOT A REAL COLLEGE EXPERIENCE!!
not going back!
|I found your comment interesting, specifically because my experience was so different to yours. I'm a down to earth, hard working student, and found that I was in classes with people very much like myself. Yes, some students may wear designer clothing, however, in any institute you attend there will be those types of people. What really stood out to me was not the fact that I had 'models' sitting next to me in class, but rather students from all different countries. I had peers from Zimbabwe, Congo, Spain, England, China, France, Brazil, The Virgin Islands... and there were all these international students sharing their views and experiences. It made learning real. I wasn't just sitting in a huge hall listening to a professor I can hardly see from all the way in the back, rattle on about something or other. I was in a small class with eight or so students, speaking about real experiences. That to me was amazing.
I lived on campus for two years in Trinity and E M Lynn. I never had an issue with mold. However, as the residence life warns you, mold develops when you leave your windows open... thats the whole of Florida for you, not just Lynn.
In regards to your comments about dumb clubs, well, if partying is your thing, South Beach is not that far away and those are first rate international clubs and lounges. Additionally, Fort Lauderdale has lots to offer, West Palm too, as well as Mizner Park which is like seven minutes from campus. I've always found great places to go out to, and even if it isn't clubbing, there are great restaurants in the area, as well as tons to do on campus during the semester.
Regarding your comment about mental issues... well, I'm not even going to grace that with an answer. Clearly you are extremely negative, and perhaps that affected your perception of Lynn students. I have not met any mentally unstable individuals, I am sure there are some people with issues, as there are in probably every university or environment, however, I have not met any.
I've found that security on campus is proactive, and effective. I'm really impressed by Lynn's use of email and text messaging to alert students of any necessary concerns. I once needed to go to my car in the middle of the night, on the other side of campus. I called security and they picked me up in a golf cart, accompanied me to my car, where I collected what I needed, and they transported me back to my dorm. In fact, over one summer I had to leave my car keys with security because I was traveling abroad and a family member was coming to campus whilst I was away and needed to use my car. I left the keys with security and they gave the keys to my family member. I was very impressed. Security is extremely trustworthy.|
|Has anyone else noticed that all the comments and responses made to the negative reviews are CLEARLY written by the "university" public relations staff? What a joke. The school, and the responses.|