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Major: Unknown (This Major's Salary over time)
Gender: FemaleThis person cares more about Campus Aesthetics/Beauty than the average student.
Quite Bright
Lowest Rating
Educational Quality F
Describes the student body mostly as:
Afraid, Broken Spirit, Violent, Snooty, Closeminded

Describes the faculty mostly as:
Friendly, Self Absorbed

Highest Rating
Friendliness C-
How this student rated the school:
Survey is Blank
I've been to and visited many nice college campuses around the country, but this one did not compare to any unique college environment, it is very lacking, small and bland distasteful campus, just well kept because that is where a lot of students' money goes for.  They try to pass off as a real 4 year university, but it is actually a bit worse than junior colleges, of which it was, before they got a hold of more money.  Teachers can be decent, though some are rather ignorant, and less diverse in thinking, but they are a bit easy but also highly not taken advantage of, they have great credentials but it is wasted on disinterested and rather slow, narrow-minded, and for lack of a better word, dumb students.  The students, no matter where you look are all lacking as people, even the ones self-proclaimed as intellects or 'interesting' are rather 2 dimensional and poorly-educated or informed.  It seems that their social statuses fuel on pompousness and a safe boring-ness.  This school will bore those to death who are looking for traditional university experiences.  RWU accepts nearly everyone, in an effort to expand the school, get more money, and try to become more popular.  But nearly more than half of each class transfers out, after experiencing what the school really is.  The conduct offices are very corrupt and disregards student privacy and appropriate measures.  A degree here is wasted, no one knows what the F RWU is, and unless you want a local job in the state of RI with the lowest employment rate, or basically anywhere in the boring new england area, then RWU is perfect for you. 
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