College: No job? No money? Then fuck off.
is an extremely expensive school that does not give you
ANY indication of what it is like to find a
job in the real world.
The education is completely
hands off. No one is there for you. It's an
isolated campus with no personality, no joy in learning, and
no support after college. There are not seminars on what
to do after college, or much in the way of
advising in that area, either.
If you finish
your senior project on time, you're almost guaranteed to get
an A. Thanks, that piece of paper cost $120,000! Was
it worth it? No!
Furthermore, it is extremely white,
and people who are ethnic minorities there do not have
good experiences. The administration doesn't see the need to change
I should not have gone to this school.
If I were in high school again, I would go
to a large state school with more job training resources,
get my degree for $4,000 per year instead of $50,000
per year, and find great academic advisors to help me
get real world experience before graduation. What is the value
of a liberal arts education?