Princeton University - Extra Detail about the Comment|
|Educational Quality||F||Faculty Accessibility||C|
|Useful Schoolwork||C-||Excess Competition||D-|
|Academic Success||F||Creativity/ Innovation||C|
|Individual Value||B-||University Resource Use||C|
|Campus Aesthetics/ Beauty||A||Friendliness||B-|
|Campus Maintenance||A||Social Life||A-|
|Surrounding City||C+||Extra Curriculars||A-|
|Describes the student body as:|
Friendly, Broken Spirit
Describes the faculty as:
Campus Aesthetics/ Beauty
While some faculty are friendly and helpful, but some of the tenured faculty are downright abusive. However, because of "academic freedom" they get away with it. Non-tenured faculty are treated like crap. Google Antonio Calvo and see for yourself.
The administrators are arrogant and hush up any kind of disagreement or negative experiences. There's no reason to change, whether it applies to the grading policy, abusive faculty, or whatever else because they know that there are enough suckers who still want to attend Princeton. Not sure whether Yale or Harvard would have been better, but at 200K, it wasn't worth it. If you work your butt off for 4 years, may as well have better options afterwards.