you are considering in enrolling at Bay State, make sure
it's for the right reasons. Don't put all your eggs
in one basket. If you don't mind living in an
extremely small dorm room with up to 6 girls then
go for it. I got lucky with a double but
it was meant for a single because there is no
space what so ever.
The location is in downtown
Boston, so if that's where you want to live then
apply, but be warned that there isn't any campus life
at all...so shopping and hanging out with the people who
live on campus is your limits. Comm Ave is the
“outside high school hallway” because you will literally see the
same people like high school all the time.
a college where the majority of students leave every weekend
to go home.
Remember this is a FOR PROFIT PRIVATE COLLEGE which means that the college or “business” wants
your money more than helping you with your education. The
computers are outdated. If it had more to offer then
the price wouldn't be that bad. Do some research on
FOR PROFIT colleges, so you don't get screwed out of
The food here is gross it's literally the
same pasta, pizza, and spicy rice every single day so
go out to restaurants or even burger king if you
want a more appealing meal.
There is no campus,
that's just fancy talk for dorms & classrooms placed in
the city. No students are allowed to hangout in the
comm ave mall after sunset and half way through the
fall the sunsets at about 3:30/4 so what are you
supposed to do then? I feel like i'm being babysat.
A few of the cafeteria workers made me feel very
uncomfortable and i am not the only one to say
so. If you are white then you are pretty much
a minority, but hey at least it's diverse...
as the programs go, make sure your a die- hard
for whatever major you choose; yup that's right you choose
a major right off the bat so if your still
in high school and aren't sure if you want to
major in something right away go to community college and
save some money.
The surrounding city's fun but once snow
hits the ground nobody does anything really.
Gooooodluck with college
hunting; hope this helps!