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The University of Minnesota Twin Cities

How this student rated the school
Educational QualityA Faculty AccessibilityB
Useful SchoolworkC+ Excess CompetitionA
Academic SuccessB+ Creativity/ InnovationB-
Individual ValueC- University Resource UseB-
Campus Aesthetics/ BeautyB- FriendlinessB
Campus MaintenanceB Social LifeA+
Surrounding CityA+ Extra CurricularsA-
Describes the student body as:
Friendly, Approachable

Describes the faculty as:

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Date: Jan 25 2002
Major: Business - Management and Administration (This Major's Salary over time)
Despite the large campus and atmosphere, with some work, personal connections can be made. I've had general classes with 550 students and 25 in discussion and a small seminar with 6 students. It's all about what works best for you. Furthermore, I don't think any other schools in the area rival the reputation and resources available at the University of Minnesota-TC. I find this to be particularly true in the business school. The university is constantly working on providing new resources and facilities for students. I can't wait for the renovated student union to reopen in fall 02.

Just so you know, it is a must to experience dorm life as a freshman, preferably in one of the all freshman halls because it gives you other people to easily relate with. While it might be a little difficult to study, who really wants to? There is always someone doing something.

I think the large range of diversity at the U makes it possible for any student to find a comfort zone here.

As for any negative features, I'm going to list all that I can possible think of. First, the walking… be prepared to walk/bike/rollerblade yourself into shape here. While the buses are very convenient, safe and useful, there is still plenty of walking to be done and parking spots are scarce. Thankfully, the U just opened a 1900-space ramp by the new dorms on campus, so a parking spot shouldn't be as much of a problem. Second, class registration, while there are ways to cheat the system, hope for an early registration time because good classes fill up. But don't worry, if there is a class you REALLY need, you can get it one way or another. Third, and last, the dorm food, some dorms have better food than others. From what I can tell, Pioneer and Middlebrook have the best food. But Territorial Hall (T-Hall) is by far the best experience. But has any dorm ever really had good food anyways?

Hope this helps someone out there,


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