|Major: Computer Science (This Major's Salary over time)|
|Gender: Male||This person cares more about Educational Quality than the average student.|
Educational Quality D
|Describes the student body mostly as:|
Describes the faculty mostly as:
Individual Value A+
|How this student rated the school:|
|Educational Quality||D ||Faculty Accessibility||A |
|Useful Schoolwork||D ||Excess Competition||C- |
|Academic Success||C ||Creativity/Innovation||A |
|Individual Value||A+ ||University Resource Use||B+ |
|Campus Aesthetics/Beauty||A+ ||Friendliness||A+ |
|Campus Maintenance||A ||Social Life||A |
|Surrounding City||A+ ||Extra Curriculars||A+ |
is a beautiful school located in an amazing city.
There is always tons to do around town and every
night there is a party or some event to attend.
The people at this school are laid back and
very friendly. It's awesome to live in the dorms;
the dorms are actually houses and it's really cozy.
The student center is brand new and very nice.
being said, the academics and academic resources just aren't there.
Outside of your major (I can speak for the
computer science majors), the classes are extremely easy. Some
classes seem like a continuation of high school. The
highest math course offered is an applied calculus course, which
doesn't allow for a computer science degree. The facilities
for the sciences and computer sciences are lacking greatly.
I was extremely disappointed with the academics. I felt
that this school would not prepare me for the job
market. If you are serious or even somewhat serious
about academics then you probably will be under-challenged here.
you want to go to school for graphic design then
this may be the school for you. Other than
that, I would say to take a look into UVM
or Saint Michael's. You'll get a more valuable computer
science related degree from those schools, not to mention have
better access to facilities and a quality liberal arts education.