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Paul Quinn College Review

Reviewed by Monique from Dallas, Texas on 2017-05-19

Paul Quinn is a Christian based school, and they enforce a weekly Chapel that every student must attend...unless you seek special approval to do an alternative to chapel. It's rather difficult and a cumbersome task to be exempt from attending Chapel. They also have several mandatory speaking series, and scholarships that you have to attend or apply. This school has a LOT of requirements that is extremely annoying. The staff tends to treat the students like high scho... Read the full review...

Hampton University Review

Reviewed by Eric W Wolf from Chapel Hill, NC on 2017-05-18

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Wood Tobe Coburn School Review

Reviewed by Anonymous from New York City on 2017-05-18

My experience in one word: Ripoff. The school pretends to be something it's clearly not. It's not a campus; it's an office space. It's filthy too- mice, roaches, bloody tampons in the toilet. There are no clubs, sports teams, student council, etc. The library is the size of your living room, and you can't check out books! The school has many skeletons in it's closet- affairs between teachers and students, fist fights, theft. It also enforces a strict dress code, but does... Read the full review...

University of Nevada Las Vegas Review

Reviewed by Ralphael Shaw from Henderson, Nevada on 2017-05-17

The faculty seems to care. The VA office is extremely helpful. The financial aid office is horrible. The education is okay for Nevada but the many of the professors don't always stick to the curriculum in the book. But with good professor selection, you can come out on top. I had a 3.65 my first semester. Definitely use rate my professor before scheduling your courses in order to get the scoop on the best professors. ... Read the full review...

Carson Newman College Review

Reviewed by HUNTER from usa on 2017-05-16

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Frostburg State University Review

Reviewed by jeff from fsu on 2017-05-13

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Miller Motte Technical College Review

Reviewed by Mary from Augusta, Ga on 2017-05-12

Attending Miller-Motte College was the worst mistake of my life. If I could rate this school no stars, that is how I would rate my experience. I'm so angry and heart broken. They have all these locations and students have similar complaints but all of them are unsatisfied and feel ripped off. Calling this school a learning institution is absurd. Their cost is overrated. I have thousands of dollars of student loan debt for an Associate's degree in EMR that can't even help... Read the full review...

Bradford School Review

Reviewed by tyrone from coulumbus ohio on 2017-05-12

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Salve Regina University Review

Reviewed by Monica from Cranston on 2017-05-11

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Kennesaw State University Review

Reviewed by Anthony from Marietta on 2017-05-11

I believe this is the school you go to if you don't have many other choices. It's not that bad, but many aspects are neglected. One begins to notice that Kennesaw State University is a bit of a cash cow. They try to milk freshman and sophomore students for all they have. They know many will transfer or have to drop out by their junior year. SPSU is almost ignored by the main campus. Other than that, the students are pretty cool, as are some professors. Although staff may... Read the full review...

Florida State University Review

Reviewed by Reese from Sarasota on 2017-05-09

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University of Dallas Review

Reviewed by Pablo from Virginia on 2017-05-09

UD may not be the prettiest campus compared to others, but I would say it is one of the best educations you will find across our great country. The core curriculum steeped in the Western Tradition and the international Rome program cement a student's education. It literally changed my life and I am thankful for it. My son now attends.... Read the full review...

Colorado State University Fort Collins Review

Reviewed by Lele from Colorado on 2017-05-08

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Franciscan University of Steubenville Review

Reviewed by Diane from Texas on 2017-05-08

I have two children who have attended Franciscan, the second one will be graduating next weekend. If you are wanting a quality education and a place to call home, this place could be for you. You will walk away with life long friendships and grow unimaginably in your faith. ... Read the full review...

University at Buffalo Review

Reviewed by Devashish Agarwal from Buffalo on 2017-05-07

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University of Northern Iowa Review

Reviewed by Mike Bissell from Knoxville TN on 2017-05-05

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Holy Family University Review

Reviewed by Ash from Philadelphia on 2017-05-04

Holy Family is a great school if you like to do nothing and pray. Their grading system sets you up for failure. For example, an 82 isn't a B... it's not considered a B until it's over an 86. And as far as an A goes, it has to be above a 94. This school is expensive and lacks the modern technology a lot of other universities have. I wouldn't recommend. If you're looking for a school in Philly, try Temple or Chestnut Hill.... Read the full review...

University of West Georgia Review

Reviewed by Grand from Geogia on 2017-05-03

The best... Read the full review...

Ottawa University Ottawa Review

Reviewed by Jay Naik from Phoenix on 2017-05-03

I am proud to be Ottawa university student.... Read the full review...

James Madison University Review

Reviewed by Michelle from Maryland on 2017-05-03

I graduated from this school, and had the best years of my life there! I moved to another state and interviewed for a job, and the hiring manage said he brought me in for the interview and offered me the job because he was very familiar with the caliber of graduates JMU produces!... Read the full review...

The University of Texas at Austin Review

Reviewed by Steve from Katy on 2017-05-02

Great college- one of the best I know.... Read the full review...

Fairmont State University Review

Reviewed by ..... from Fairmont, WV on 2017-05-02

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Gwinnett Technical College Review

Reviewed by Seth Alsperman from Savannah, Georgia on 2017-05-02

I am a janitor at this college. Love the students :)... Read the full review...

Piedmont College Review

Reviewed by Vince from Athens, Georgia on 2017-05-02

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Lane College Review

Reviewed by DeMarcus Washington from Jackson, Tennessee on 2017-05-02

If you are crazy enough to want to go to this joke of a school, they will undoubtably let you in even if you can't read! I have reviewed hundreds of resumes from job applicants who have degrees from this laughable institution. The vast majority of said applicants are borderline illiterates!... Read the full review...

Brigham Young University Provo Review

Reviewed by Jacob from Philadelphia PA on 2017-05-02

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Clemson University Review

Reviewed by Ben from Charlotte, NC on 2017-05-01

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University of Georgia Review

Reviewed by andreaous from lagrange on 2017-05-01

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Vanderbilt University Review

Reviewed by no from no on 2017-05-01

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University of Pittsburgh Pittsburgh Campus Review

Reviewed by D from Pittsburgh on 2017-04-29

For the black population, it probably won't be that exciting.... Read the full review...

Harrisburg University of Science and Technology Review

Reviewed by Skyler from Harrisburg on 2017-04-26

Great school with great faculty, little boring off campus. You have to take the initiative to create a club if you want one. Great opportunity to test your leadership abilities. ... Read the full review...

United States Coast Guard Academy Review

Reviewed by Kate from New Jersey on 2017-04-26

I keep looking to go here because it is such a great school and I would love to me part of it.... Read the full review...

Clemson University Review

Reviewed by Champ from NYC on 2017-04-26

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College of Southern Nevada Review

Reviewed by brittni from henderson nevada on 2017-04-26

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Ottawa University Ottawa Review

Reviewed by Stacey from Florida on 2017-04-25

Small University, personal attention, lots of student activities. I had a wonderful experience going to school there.... Read the full review...

North Carolina State University at Raleigh Review

Reviewed by Chris from Oak Island, NC on 2017-04-25

graduated with a B.S. in chemical engineering...retired at 42..nuff said... Read the full review...

Auburn University Review

Reviewed by Craig from South Carolina on 2017-04-25

I just read the 'Auburn Creed' - that simple poem is an excellent summary of Auburn. Auburn is magical. As all universities, quality varies among the majors and schools of study. That said, there is a central quality of the students and a spirit of optimism grounded in words of the 'Auburn Creed'.... Read the full review...

Western Carolina University Review

Reviewed by Sam from Cullowhee on 2017-04-25

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Carlow University Review

Reviewed by Sydney from Pittsburgh PA on 2017-04-24

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Clarkson University Review

Reviewed by James from New York City on 2017-04-24

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West Virginia Business College Wheeling Review

Reviewed by Jennifer from Wellsburg on 2017-04-21

If I could score negatively, I would in every category! This 'institution' is a scam and a fraud! Loans taken out in students names by financial aid without student consent. Most of all, the 'education' you receive will not prepare you for the job you want to have! It took me 4 years bouncing from law firm to law firm before they would fire me just to keep a job until I finally decided to go back to school in a totally unrelated field. Now, I have massive student loan de... Read the full review...

University of Northern Iowa Review

Reviewed by George from Iowa on 2017-04-20

Great school! Perfect size, with a lot of majors, but not too big to get lost in the crowd.... Read the full review...

Auburn University Review

Reviewed by Patrick from Pensacola on 2017-04-18

A larger state university in a smaller town. Most activities center around the university. Good balance of hard work and play. ... Read the full review...

Hampshire College Review

Reviewed by Karol from Rhode Island on 2017-04-14

Hampshire changes lives! It's unique approach to education allows students to follow their passions with a depth that most undergraduates don't get to experience. So while some may think it unchallenging because of it's written evaluation/no grades policies, most students are intensely involved in rigorous research. Access to professors is wide open and students are treated as fellow intellects. Accessibility to traditional courses is easily given through the five colleg... Read the full review...

Adelphi University Review

Reviewed by Ashley from Garden City on 2017-04-14

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Smith College Review

Reviewed by Anonymous from Anonymous on 2017-04-13

Great academics, but I do regret the social scene balance. ... Read the full review...

Stephens College Review

Reviewed by anon from Columbia, Mo on 2017-04-13

There is a lot of secretiveness about the campus, the professors and faculty are amazing for what they are able to do but the administration is lacking and very corrupt in my opinion. There is no telling as to where any money goes and I've only seen the president of the school about five times since I've attended. If there is a possibility you might transfer, don't attend because they try to keep you here by setting up obstacles in your path. Many credits won't transfer ... Read the full review...

Chowan University Review

Reviewed by Amanda from VA on 2017-04-11

Chowan is a small private school in NC with a Christian foundation. However, the faith is not pushed on students. The small environment provides intimate learning and lasting relationships with students and faculty. The Faculty truly care for the students as people. Unlike larger universities, you are not just a number, you matter.... Read the full review...

California Polytechnic State University San Luis Obispo Review

Reviewed by Julie from 93436 on 2017-04-09

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James Sprunt Community College Review

Reviewed by sara from smith on 2017-04-07

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Bradley University Review

Reviewed by Sal from California on 2017-04-07

Bradley has an intermediate student population level. This gives students opportunities to get hands on experiences on a variety of programs. Peoria is a college town. Plays, sporting events and art shows are very well attended. Class size is literally 20 to 1. I never had a class close on me. Most students can graduate in four years. There is a large Greek life on campus.... Read the full review...

Beloit College Review

Reviewed by Henry from Beloit on 2017-04-06

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University of Colorado Boulder Review

Reviewed by Quinne from Denver, CO on 2017-04-05

I love the school!... Read the full review...

University of Oklahoma Norman Campus Review

Reviewed by Joaquim from Norman on 2017-04-05

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California Institute of Technology Review

Reviewed by Angel from on 2017-04-05

Perfect ... Read the full review...

The Art Institute of Houston Review

Reviewed by MLG MOM from Houston on 2017-04-04

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New Mexico Highlands University Review

Reviewed by Charles from New Mexico on 2017-04-04

I want to leave this place so bad!!! Nothing ever happens, nobody cares, and this place is overall just nasty.... Read the full review...

Vassar College Review

Reviewed by John from Vassar College on 2017-04-01

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Hampshire College Review

Reviewed by Liz from Salt Lake City, UT on 2017-04-01

I went to Hampshire and it is a fantastic school with an unusual and distinctive program that is great for self-directed kids who want to chart their own course with the help of involved and top notch faculty. The five college consortium is a wonderful resource as well. I transferred in to Hampshire and had an incredible experience there. Because it has a non traditional approach with evaluations instead of grades its quality is not represented by comparing it to other s... Read the full review...

Howard University Review

Reviewed by Renita from Stone Mountain, Georgia on 2017-03-30

I loved Howard University for the academic challenge and campus life. I cherished my friendships and encouraged others to attend Howard University. They loved Howard and I am excited to meet Howard students every day wearing their school colors on sweat shirts and jackets. It always sparks a conversation about the love we have for Howard University and our school pride. Howard is rich in African American history and living legends always were invited to the campus... Read the full review...

Hofstra University Review

Reviewed by Stacy from New York on 2017-03-30

Coming to Hofstra was by far one of the best decisions I have ever made! The campus vibe is everything that I was looking for in a college, and I could not be happier here. I have made amazing friends that will last a lifetime, and the professors are some of the best that I've ever encountered. One of them is actually currently in the process of helping me get my first internship! They're all so interested & invested in your success, and that was something that I was rea... Read the full review...

University of New Orleans Review

Reviewed by from on 2017-03-30

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Saint Bonaventure University Review

Reviewed by Amanda from Cleveland, Ohio on 2017-03-27

A tremendous gem hidden off the beaten path, if you dare to venture out to western New York/"the southern tier" you'll be "taking the road less traveled" but you won't regret it. Life changing. Best choice I ever made. ... Read the full review...

Hofstra University Review

Reviewed by Dan from Stanley on 2017-03-27

Love the school, work hard play hard is the motto.... Read the full review...

Eastern Gateway Community College Review

Reviewed by Joseph from Soto on 2017-03-26

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Georgetown University Review

Reviewed by Branden from D.C. on 2017-03-26

Tends to be a lot of East coast snobbery. Heavy volume of social justice warriors for my liking.... Read the full review...

Adelphi University Review

Reviewed by Francis from Garden city on 2017-03-25

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University of Wisconsin Eau Claire Review

Reviewed by from on 2017-03-23

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CUNY York College Review

Reviewed by nayan from new york on 2017-03-23

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Kennesaw State University Review

Reviewed by Denise from Carrollton on 2017-03-22

Need to hire more professors in order to be able sign up for campus classes instead of being forced to take the classes online at an additional cost. Just seems like a perfect way to nickel & dime the students in order to make more money. So take that extra money & hire more professors ... Read the full review...

Tufts University Review

Reviewed by Michelle from MA on 2017-03-22

I loved Tufts. It provides wonderful educational opportunities and value that lasts a lifetime.... Read the full review...

Virginia Military Institute Review

Reviewed by Kaitlyn from Ronceverte, WV on 2017-03-22

It is a very fun and inviting college. It can be difficult your first year, but it is worth it. By the end of your 4 years you will have made so many new and great friends along the way. ... Read the full review...

Texas Woman's University Review

Reviewed by emily rodrigez from california on 2017-03-22

best college ever. I love it. wish I can go their. ;)... Read the full review...

The University of Texas at Dallas Review

Reviewed by Isabela from Jackson,New york on 2017-03-22

Its to far. I hate it I only like the party and bar and the boys :)... Read the full review...

Concordia University Texas Review

Reviewed by Ashley from Texas on 2017-03-22

My review on this campus was amazing there were lots of good opportunities to make my grades improve such as going to study at a friends room after a certain time period. :) ;)... Read the full review...

Virginia Tech Review

Reviewed by Justin from Blacksburg on 2017-03-21

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McDaniel College Review

Reviewed by from on 2017-03-19

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University of Colorado Boulder Review

Reviewed by Mary from Adams on 2017-03-19

It's cool so far... Read the full review...

Taft University System Review

Reviewed by Bob from Georgia on 2017-03-17

WHTU is an outstanding and reputable university. It is as far from a diploma mill as you can get. The Ed.D program will take you a minimum of 3.5-4 years, and in some cases longer. Be prepared to WORK hard. Their standards are high, and well supported by an outstanding faculty.... Read the full review...

Kean University Review

Reviewed by Richard from North Brunswick, nj on 2017-03-15

Kean was a descent school. As an alumni, I couldn't have been more happier with my choice. The dorms were good, however there was nothing to do on the weekends and everyone went home. The academics were alright. ... Read the full review...

Rose Hulman Institute of Technology Review

Reviewed by Morgan from Terre Haute, Indiana on 2017-03-10

Rose-Hulman is an amazing but unique place. You will meet people here that are interesting but passionate about what they're studying. The entire campus is a tight knit community and team work is always encouraged. ... Read the full review...

College of the Albemarle Review

Reviewed by O'Day from 27907 on 2017-03-10

Love this place. Beautiful City near the outer banks. Friendly people, great cost of living. Not for somone looking for the city life...this is for those of us who appreciate all that NC has to offer. Plenty to do within an hour or two yet no traffic.... Read the full review...

Montreat College Review

Reviewed by Jacob from Central Florida on 2017-03-08

Such an incredible college experience. I didn't want a Christian college at first but Montreat was so respectful of our worldviews and beliefs, even if they didn't line up with some of the professor's. Challenging academics, awesome athletics, a ton of parties almost every Friday and Saturday (even if they have to be secret). I legitimately wish I had failed more so I had to stay there longer. ... Read the full review...

University of Nevada Las Vegas Review

Reviewed by sarah from Las Vegas on 2017-03-07

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Colorado School of Mines Review

Reviewed by Steve from Golden,CO on 2017-03-05

This school is very hard and takes a lot of dedication to get good grades. But knowing that you are going to one of the best engineering schools helps. When people see Mines on your resume they know that you are the best of the best and they respect you. Another big perk to going here is that you'll most likely get a job right out of school. Overall this school has an amazing small town feel and amazing programs that fit anyones desires.... Read the full review...

Colorado School of Mines Review

Reviewed by Steve from Golden,CO on 2017-03-05

This school is very hard and takes a lot of dedication to get good grades. But knowing that you are going to one of the best engineering schools helps. When people see Mines on your resume they know that you are the best of the best and they respect you. Another big perk to going here is that you'll most likely get a job right out of school. Overall this school has an amazing small town feel and amazing programs that fit anyones desires.... Read the full review...

Biola University Review

Reviewed by Sarah from Ireland on 2017-03-03

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Howard University Review

Reviewed by Washington Ray, Jr. DDS from Sumter, SC on 2017-03-01

Great school with smart students and outstanding faculty. Students that know they have a legacy and tradition to follow The greatest collegiate network work African=American students... Read the full review...

Wisconsin Lutheran College Review

Reviewed by Alexia from Milwaukee, WI on 2017-03-01

I went here my freshman year but transferred out due to switching majors. However, I realized after just one semester that I missed A LOT of things about Wisconsin Lutheran College such as the professors, the faculty (kitchen staff, security, janitors), and the overall feel of being welcomed and accepted. After one semester at a different college, I transferred back and am much happier. It truly lives up to great standards. ... Read the full review...

Chowan University Review

Reviewed by Wanya from Murfreesboro, NC on 2017-02-27

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The Juilliard School Review

Reviewed by Rachel from Brooklyn on 2017-02-26

You have to work very hard and have the talent and drive to be the very best! All the professors are wonderful, and will push you to improve and make the most of your talent. The school itself is a wonderful big space, and you can meet all the people you idolized when you were young. You can run into, say, Yo Yo Ma on the elevator and it wouldn't be out of the ordinary. The staff are very nice, and the facility itself is awesome. All around, it's a great school, and I am... Read the full review...

Stanford University Review

Reviewed by Bob from Assasian on 2017-02-24

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Kennesaw State University Review

Reviewed by Cassie from kennesaw on 2017-02-21

I have been at Kennesaw for a year and half. In this amount of time I realized that they care about the money more than the students. With that being said the money we give to them does not go to anything important. With 40,000 students there is no parking, barely any class, and the commons is way to crowded that you almost can't eat there. I don't know where the money is going because none of those problems are being fixed. I have early regristration and I could still b... Read the full review...

Hope College Review

Reviewed by Phil from MI on 2017-02-20

Attended with goal of matriculating into medical school. Did that and so much more. Forged my faith, met my wife, played in several bands, recorded an album and made life long friendships. It is an excellent school in many fields. Noteworthy is that is ranks 4th in the US for NSF grants behind Stanford, U of M and one other school, MIT I believe. And only 10 minutes from Lake Michigan. What is not to love.... Read the full review...

United States Air Force Academy Review

Reviewed by from on 2017-02-18

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Gardner Webb University Review

Reviewed by John from Murphy on 2017-02-18

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Miami Dade College Review

Reviewed by from on 2017-02-14

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Duke University Review

Reviewed by Ethan from Tulsa, Oklahoma on 2017-02-14

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Olivet Nazarene University Review

Reviewed by Cory from Bourbonnais on 2017-02-13

It is a great choice. I am in my 4th semester here and I am loving every minute of it. You get more than just the education, the whole atmosphere here pushes you to be more than you thought you could be.... Read the full review...

Ohio State University Main Campus Review

Reviewed by Mark from Campus on 2017-02-12

Great area to study... Read the full review...

Miami Dade College Review

Reviewed by lebron from my house on 2017-02-10

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Butler University Review

Reviewed by Kennedy from Butler U on 2017-02-08

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Plaza College Review

Reviewed by Mariam from New York on 2017-02-07

The school maybe accredited,but they staffs are very racist toward black people. It's wrong.shame shame. Would not recommend nobody to this school ... Read the full review...

Abilene Christian University Review

Reviewed by Christie from Fort worth on 2017-02-06

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Georgetown University Review

Reviewed by Drake from Georgetown university on 2017-02-06

Great college.... Read the full review...

Point Loma Nazarene University Review

Reviewed by Bob Richards from Los Angeles on 2017-02-03

I think this college is great and I see many people going here because they see themselves succeed . Also, there are fun parties and bars there after a night of studying or after a stressful test. Overall, I give this college 4 stars because of the environment and the people.... Read the full review...

Union Institute & University Review

Reviewed by Thomas from North Carolina on 2017-02-03

Outstanding university; extremely interactive; top-flight faculty; highly rigorous course of study leading to PhD; well respected degree!... Read the full review...

LIM College Review

Reviewed by Ana from New York on 2017-02-03

Worst college ever. Do not waste money to ever study in this college. Pathetic management and do not care about their students well being. Courses are not researched properly. Subjects like Cause marketing, Luxury marketing, global marketing, marketing management are part of marketing, but LIM has smartly made each of them a 3 credit course. They do have substance to teach and have only focused on snatching student's money without giving them any valued education. N... Read the full review...

Williams College Review

Reviewed by William from Washington on 2017-02-02

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University of Dallas Review

Reviewed by Dave from Perez on 2017-02-01

We flew to Dallas to look at SMU, which was gorgeous! This place look like a public housing project. With on 35 million endowment, this place doesn't look like it is going anywhere. ... Read the full review...

Erie Institute of Technology Inc Review

Reviewed by Richard from Western new york on 2017-01-29

I basically got conned out of 30k. That place is nothing but a diploma mill. Don't believe their job placement rating only 3 out of the 15 hvac students got jobs. Only reason anyone go's is cuz of the trade act that pays them to go. Please talk to former students before committing and not the ones who teach there.... Read the full review...

University at Buffalo Review

Reviewed by Anton from Buffalo on 2017-01-29

Great School, I have yet to find any major flaws. The professors I have had have been well engaged in university activities, and respond immediately to questions; the advisory is also quality in my experience, from day one. There is a wide variety of courses and programs to choose from, as well as clubs, and the connections buffalo has in terms of internships and employment is stunning. Coursework is very doable.... Read the full review...

Georgia Military College Augusta Campus Review

Reviewed by Robert from CSRA on 2017-01-28

This has been a fantastic journey toward achieving my academic goals. The professors are wonderful and the staff are caring. Not just about your academic achievements, but about you, the whole person. This is a great atmosphere for learning. The Dean of Students, Leia Bowman, promotes many activities for the students and takes the time to get to know as many students as she can.... Read the full review...

Otis College of Art and Design Review

Reviewed by John D. from Los Angeles on 2017-01-27

Their administration office is poorly staffed and poorly run. ... Read the full review...

Indiana University Bloomington Review

Reviewed by Greg from Indianapolis on 2017-01-25

Lit AF... Read the full review...

Arlington Baptist College Review

Reviewed by from on 2017-01-25

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Tarleton State University Review

Reviewed by Kayla from Stephenville on 2017-01-24

This University would seem small by first inspection, but it has grown very large in a short time. There are several great bars and alot of new housing for students. Education, Agriculture, Nursing, and Psychology are top programs to look at here. Tuition is relatively low, but rent is high. Overall a great University...I have two degrees from Tarleton. ... Read the full review...

Bloomsburg University of Pennsylvania Review

Reviewed by Josh from MD on 2017-01-20

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South Dakota School of Mines and Technology Review

Reviewed by James Robinson from rapid city, sd on 2017-01-20

Amazing School! Great student Teacher relationships. Overall very satisfied with my education at this school.... Read the full review...

Temple University Review

Reviewed by Samantha from Philadelphia on 2017-01-17

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Clemson University Review

Reviewed by Dee from NC on 2017-01-17

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University of Miami Review

Reviewed by Adam from Miami on 2017-01-17

These other reviews do not do this school justice. As a senior graduating this year with a major in marine science and biology, I can say that UM has prepared me for my future. The marine science school is a particularly good program, but (just like at any other school) if you work for it, there are really great opportunities to be found. I can only speak for the science parts of UM, not the business and law, but the professors are great and so is the campus and city. Th... Read the full review...

Peirce College Review

Reviewed by Sierra Wells from Philadelphia on 2017-01-11

Great School for working parents and returning students... Recommend to all...... Read the full review...

Lock Haven University Review

Reviewed by Joe from Williamsport on 2017-01-09

Choose a major, and research the schools you think you might want to attend. Schools specialize without specializing. Some have better programs than others. Lock Haven for Sports Medicine, Kutztown for Art, Bloomsburg for Business, etc. LHU has a very good Education department and one of the best Foreign Exchange programs in the country. If you want to travel abroad, this is your place. This is a safe place, but the town is small. If you want a party school, look ... Read the full review...

Harvard University Review

Reviewed by 54656 from 64646466 on 2017-01-07

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Hampton University Review

Reviewed by David from Atlanta on 2017-01-05

Hampton University is truly the Real HU. It is a wonderful school filled with history and a great legacy. So much excellence on one campus!!... Read the full review...

Auburn University Review

Reviewed by gilbert from nicholson on 2017-01-03

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Lock Haven University Review

Reviewed by Bill from Pittsburgh, PA on 2016-12-31

Before attending this university please research their drop out rate and graduation rate. It is very low. Staff and professors are not available to help the students to succeed (unlike what you will be told when you attend tours and orientations). The reality does not match-up with the hype. Be cautious. Once you choose an unsupportive university such as this, you are stuck with your choice. Your poor choice of school may have a serious negative effect on the life of th... Read the full review...

United States Air Force Academy Review

Reviewed by Damion from Arlington, VA on 2016-12-30

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Boston College Review

Reviewed by Neil from Boston on 2016-12-24

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Webster University Review

Reviewed by from on 2016-12-23

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H Councill Trenholm State Technical College Review

Reviewed by David from Montgomery on 2016-12-23

I've discovered if you are any race other than black, don't consider Trenholm as they may claim they are open for all but the presence is welcoming feeling. Forget majority ever returning a phone call, especially F.A. that Edwards lady, and if you confront her why she denies getting the messages. Real smart just call the incoming student a liar would be more appropriate. Second, why have former school transcripts sent this school if the incoming student does not know w... Read the full review...

SUNY at Binghamton Review

Reviewed by Ahnaf from Rockland on 2016-12-23

Doesn't get enough credit - fall's under this stigma of SUNY schools, but really isn't a SUNY anymore. Changing the game, you'll get a balance of everything here ~ Academics, Social Life, Value.... Read the full review...

Utah State University Review

Reviewed by madi from logan utah on 2016-12-20

wow! such an amazing school... Read the full review...

Washington & Jefferson College Review

Reviewed by from on 2016-12-18

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Pace University New York Review

Reviewed by from on 2016-12-18

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Gannon University Review

Reviewed by phillip from erie on 2016-12-18

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University at Buffalo Review

Reviewed by Eric from no on 2016-12-17

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Campbellsville University Review

Reviewed by NA from NA on 2016-12-16

You do not get what you pay for! Go apply somewhere else! This is not a christian school and paying 32,000 dollars, whether its free or not, is not worth it! ... Read the full review...

Oklahoma Baptist University Review

Reviewed by Josh from Brewer on 2016-12-16

Its amazing... Read the full review...

Iowa State University Review

Reviewed by Hannah from Minnesota on 2016-12-13

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Fayetteville Technical Community College Review

Reviewed by Meka from Fayetteville on 2016-12-13

Fayetteville Technical Community College Is a great place to earn a Associates Degree or Certificates. The Instructors are excellent. 9 out of 10 are excellent anyway. The 1:1 ratio is astounding. I would recommend this institute to any and everyone! C/O 2018... Read the full review...

Bowie State University Review

Reviewed by Mary from Baltimore on 2016-12-11

Bowie is a great school. come prepared to learn more about yourself. rules I would suggest are: do not stay in your room all day (go out and make new friends) college is not like what you see on TV--at least at bowie state it is not. studies come first. make you get that work it-- or you will come to regret it, and that 20k you might have just blowed.... Read the full review...

Dartmouth College Review

Reviewed by from on 2016-12-11

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Argosy University San Francisco Bay Area Review

Reviewed by from SFBA on 2016-12-11

If you are considering PsyD go to another school. ... Read the full review...

SUNY College at Oneonta Review

Reviewed by Carey from Oneonta on 2016-12-09

You get what you pay for. A lot of bad professors and advisers. Some good ones but definitely a lot of bad ones. The only thing 75% of the students here care about is drinking and partying and greek life. Freshman dorms are nice but all of the other ones are dirty and gross with no amenities. Get your degree somewhere else if you want to be a respectable applicant for graduate school, because Oneonta is not really "well known" for anything but teaching. Impossible to fi... Read the full review...

Fordham University Review

Reviewed by Sue from New York on 2016-12-08

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West Kentucky Community and Technical College Review

Reviewed by Abby from Paducah on 2016-12-08

The website is very difficult to understand (their actual website, not Blackboard). You may think you can call the school and ask for help... WRONG. The people working there are SO rude and I have never felt so disrespected in my life. I just needed to take an online class during Christmas break and was going to take it there since it is cheaper but after the way I was treated I chose to spend 3x the money and took it at my primary college. 0/10, would not recommend u... Read the full review...

Wheaton College Review

Reviewed by Nik from Maine on 2016-12-07

I'm currently a Junior at Wheaton and I love that there's a great sense of community at Wheaton College. I was put off initially that it's a small school in a rural setting, however I have a hard time going home on weekends because every weekend there's something going on and I don't want to miss anything. The smaller classes are great, my professors all know me by name and get me and my strengths. There's a lot of opportunity to get involved in clubs and internships.... Read the full review...

Central Michigan University Review

Reviewed by John from michigan on 2016-12-06

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University of Montevallo Review

Reviewed by M from Main Hall on 2016-12-05

The professors here are very nice, and the classes are all small. Although there isn't a huge party scene, when there are parties, they can be massive. Sports are bigger here than I would have imagined. The dorms are ok. The water in the showers in the main hall is always too hot, and the A/C in Brooke hall isn't controlled by students sleeping in the dorms, so it can get too hot. The food in the Caf is Pretty good. There is Moes, instein, Noodle place, and Starbucks on... Read the full review...

The University of Alabama Review

Reviewed by jim from pcb florida on 2016-12-05

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Cuesta College Review

Reviewed by Gaily l from on 2016-12-04

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University of Florida Review

Reviewed by Michael from Naples FL on 2016-11-30

My son graduated from University of Florida in 2016. We love the school and believe UF is one of the best universities in America. Not only it is one of the top academic institutions, but also offers a great value. Thanks for the undergraduate education from UF, my son is now attending Duke University to pursue his PhD in research. We are so proud of him and very pleased that UF had prepared him well.... Read the full review...

Piedmont College Review

Reviewed by from on 2016-11-25

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Hampshire College Review

Reviewed by Donald from Boston,MA on 2016-11-23

If you want your kid burning a flag and not knowing why this is the place to drop 60K doing it. Spoiled brats looking for a cause with too much time on their hands. ... Read the full review...

Spencerian College Review

Reviewed by Caroline from Louisville, KY on 2016-11-22

Spencerian has small classes and the instructors are very involved with the students. They really care and work with you to make sure you succeed. Loved my time there, and they helped me find places to interview after I got my rad tech degree. Awesome school!! ... Read the full review...

University of Florida Review

Reviewed by jessica from palm beach gardens on 2016-11-21

My daughter has had a wonderful experience at University of Florida.She did a paid intern as a junior and has landed a full time job last week as a senior. The job happens to be right here in palm beach county my dreams have come true as a former new yorkers to retire to florida and have my daughter nearby. Thank you UF you have transformed my daughter into a mature young lady ready to go very far in the finance world .Thank you from the bottom of my heart. Also please d... Read the full review...

Rutgers University New Brunswick Review

Reviewed by from on 2016-11-21

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Quincy University Review

Reviewed by Dan from Chicago, IL on 2016-11-18

Great four years!... Read the full review...

Clemson University Review

Reviewed by john from smith on 2016-11-17

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Tufts University Review

Reviewed by Cones from Simon on 2016-11-16

pretty ugly (except Shayna ;-) ) -DJ TRAC... Read the full review...

The Richard Stockton College of New Jersey Review

Reviewed by Victoria from Galloway on 2016-11-16

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University of North Carolina at Wilmington Review

Reviewed by from on 2016-11-16

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Fortis College Richmond Review

Reviewed by Antonia from richmond va on 2016-11-16

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Langston University Review

Reviewed by fisher from Langston, OK on 2016-11-15

It has the lowest price of any university in Oklahoma and private apartment style living on campus. I'm happy.... Read the full review...

Virginia College Montgomery Review

Reviewed by Iyanna from Montgomery,Al on 2016-11-15

I think its good because I don't have to go out of state and be away from my family . ... Read the full review...

The University of Alabama Review

Reviewed by lederiyus from prattville alabama on 2016-11-15

I think this is a great school and students should come here because you all have a lot to offer... Read the full review...

The University of Alabama Review

Reviewed by aj thompson from prattville, alabama on 2016-11-14

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Penn State Main Campus Review

Reviewed by Lovis from North California on 2016-11-13

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Georgetown University Review

Reviewed by Emily from McLean, Virginia on 2016-11-12

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North Carolina State University at Raleigh Review

Reviewed by kys from Raleigh on 2016-11-10

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The University of Tennessee Review

Reviewed by Amy from Knoxville on 2016-11-06

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Gwynedd Mercy College Review

Reviewed by Andreana from Sellersville, Pa on 2016-11-06

This is a small University, where everyone there is willing to help you. There are tons of great professors, as well as lots of clubs to join and make a difference in the community, your life, and the university itself. ... Read the full review...

Keystone College Review

Reviewed by Ismael from La Plume Pennsylvania on 2016-11-04

The first thing I will say is this school is not for everyone. I flew from California to come here, and I got lucky and it turned out to be a great fit for me. I wanted to move somewhere rural, where I could study Wildlife Biology. The school has an amazing woodland campus. The professors are very understanding and helpful for the most part. The social life isn't what it would be on a large public school campus but I like it very much. I would recommend the school to any... Read the full review...

South Hills School of Business & Technology Review

Reviewed by Peter Dragon from Hell on 2016-11-03

I did not pass i failed but had fun at partys. Good times tottaly worth it loss of money lots of girls overall great experience. 8==D... Read the full review...

University of Kentucky Review

Reviewed by Eli from Cameron on 2016-11-03

Kentucky is the best college there is ... Read the full review...

Edgewood College Review

Reviewed by Liz from Madison on 2016-11-02

I love it here!... Read the full review...

Harrisburg University of Science and Technology Review

Reviewed by John from Harrisburg on 2016-10-30

No sport teams, NO cafe or lunch room, NO school spirit, 1 academic building, limited majors. The school is BORING.it feels worst than high school. It's like a little prison.... Read the full review...

McCann School of Business and Technology Review

Reviewed by Bernadette from Wilkes Barre on 2016-10-29

Prior to enrolling you hear all the bells and whistles. While a student at McCann wilkes Barre I did very well as a student, student ambassador, and tutor.The school does not care about the students; although they act as if they do, you don't get ahead, your extenship is a JOKE....this school has gotten me no where at all except with a large student loan bill and not even a job in my field of study.... Read the full review...

University of Chicago Review

Reviewed by Mike from Illinois on 2016-10-22

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Northeastern State University Review

Reviewed by Timothy banks from New York, NY on 2016-10-22

I attended NSU for my four year finance degree and now work for Goldman Sachs so I guess everyone has their own different experiences... Read the full review...

University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Review

Reviewed by hannah huchette from newberg oregon on 2016-10-20

I think that UNC is a great school and I think it has great academics and a great lacrosse team. I hope to attended UNC after I graduate in 2019 and major in nursing and play lacrosse for them.... Read the full review...

Interactive College of Technology Chamblee Review

Reviewed by Carl from Atlanta, GA on 2016-10-20

Dedicated employees, staff, instructors, and students trying to do what is veracious. However, dishonest exploitations at the top of any organization will always trickle down to the lowest levels, and when the top administrators of I.C.T. misuse, abuse, discriminate against, disrespect, and undervalue his/their employees and/or students; those exploitations by the top will eventually ignite into degradation at the bottom. When a worker labors for an individual with a n... Read the full review...

Piedmont International University Review

Reviewed by Former from PBC Student on 2016-10-20

Not a great school..anymore. It use to be. I graduated with 1 degree, but ended up when new president came in and they changed things that I now have a worthless degree and 1 that wasnt even offered when I went to school there. Crazy. ... Read the full review...

Monmouth College Review

Reviewed by Mason from Monmouth on 2016-10-19

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Stanford University Review

Reviewed by from on 2016-10-19

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Loyola University Maryland Review

Reviewed by from on 2016-10-17

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Baldwin Wallace College Review

Reviewed by Sara-lynn from Ohio on 2016-10-16

Baldwin Wallace is a great place to be! The professors make sure that a student knows what they are doing and are accessible at any time! There are plenty of places to eat and some of the tuition fee actually comes back to you as spending money that can come back as cash at the end of the year if not spent! The students are great to get along with and there are plenty of clubs for everyone including ping pong, gaming, and anime club! This has the small town atmosphere wi... Read the full review...

City Colleges of Chicago Wilbur Wright College Review

Reviewed by Alan from Henderson nevada on 2016-10-13

Hi. I attended from 66to68. I thought it was great. It was a elementary school building. Some of the water fountains were really low. I think full time then was like 200 bucks a semester. The outdoor club was their best club. Met my wife in it.... Read the full review...

Purdue University Main Campus Review

Reviewed by from on 2016-10-12

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Swarthmore College Review

Reviewed by Garth from Midwest on 2016-10-12

Great place for people who really enjoyed learning... Read the full review...

Amridge University Review

Reviewed by James McGraw '92 from Vinemont, Alabama on 2016-10-11

This is one of the Universities in the world. They care about the well being, spiritual, and knowledge of the students. They want to prepare their students to share God with the lost world.... Read the full review...

Pennsylvania Institute of Health and Technology Review

Reviewed by jmoore from uniontown on 2016-10-11

just the school and the teachers are very nice and willing to help a student out on school work such an awsome place... Read the full review...

Palm Beach Atlantic University West Palm Beach Review

Reviewed by Kendall from on 2016-10-06

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DeVry University California Review

Reviewed by Hana from Santa Rosa on 2016-10-05

If found that the Quality of the Masters of Accounting Program was excellent. The classes could be challenging bu the instructors were extremely helpful. Lots of practical insight to real world situations. I would recommend this school for full time and part time students. Online classes are of also of good quality. Many of the for profit schools have had problems over the past few years. DeVry and Keller Business School was by far above the fray. ... Read the full review...

Living Arts College Review

Reviewed by Anonymous from Raleigh, NC on 2016-10-04

Animation and Game Design students: SAVE YOUR MONEY. The curriculum is OUTDATED. Go to SCAD.... Read the full review...

Western Oregon University Review

Reviewed by Why from Portland on 2016-10-03

This school needs a buyer beware sign on it - please please please, take a long hard look at this school before jumping right into it. I wish I had known more before jumping right into this school, as it has been one of the worst decisions that I have ever made for myself. The red brick buildings are charming, but if you look past that, it gets to be quite ugly. Classes are more at the high school level - no challenge what so ever. The social life is almost nonexistent, ... Read the full review...

Manhattan College Review

Reviewed by Greg from New york on 2016-10-03

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University of Northern Iowa Review

Reviewed by Geoff from Iowa on 2016-09-30

A degree from UNI has ZERO real world value!!! It ruined my life!!! Run like your life depended on it!!! There are much bettrr schools out there. Pick one, any one, just not UNI...... Read the full review...

Irvine Valley College Review

Reviewed by ruben molina from chula vista Ca on 2016-09-30

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Manhattanville College Review

Reviewed by Marie from White Plains, NY on 2016-09-29

The faculty here, both in the classroom and at work, have gone above and beyond to help me network and receive the most I can from my education. Being at a small institution has benefited me because I never felt like just a number. Due to small class sizes our class discussions were always extremely interactive and the professors extremely personal. The opportunity to receive a liberal arts education is something every student pursuing any major should take. ... Read the full review...

Towson University Review

Reviewed by Sara from Annapolis, MD on 2016-09-29

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Penn State Lehigh Valley Review

Reviewed by Bob from Lehigh Valley on 2016-09-28

I just started Penn State LHV this fall. I chose Penn State because I heard that they have good teachers but that is not what I have experienced. My one teacher has cancelled class twice already in less than 1 month and when she is there she pushes her liberal agenda on everyone; the first thing she said to us was "I am a die-hard Democrat." So, how do I write papers expressing my opinions as a Republican when all she pushes is liberalism? English should NOT be about pol... Read the full review...

University of California Davis Review

Reviewed by ari from ca on 2016-09-27

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Manhattanville College Review

Reviewed by Shanice from Purchase, NY on 2016-09-23

Manhattanville College has provided me with the best experience. Being in my last year, I have come to appreciate all the different resources and opportunities that the college has provided me in order to succeed in the real world. The small campus has allowed me to get to know everyone. The faculty team is phenomenal! They are real professionals who give you real advice for the career path you plan to take. The campus life is great! There is always something to do durin... Read the full review...

Manhattanville College Review

Reviewed by Jackson from Manhattanville College on 2016-09-23

This school is exactly what you make of it. A lot of students worry that the small size will affect your social life, but those choices are up to you to make. I personally keep myself very busy and put effort into seeing people so this college works out for me fine. The professors are wonderful and 90% of them have a PhD.... Read the full review...

Manhattanville College Review

Reviewed by Pat from Purchase on 2016-09-23

Manhattanville is a great experience of learning as well as insightful and fun! I have gotten such a great education and can't wait to experience more!... Read the full review...

Manhattanville College Review

Reviewed by Dina from 2900 Purchase St on 2016-09-22

Manhattanville College is a place where you can meet people from around the world. We are also a small liberal arts school which means that my professor knows my name, I am not just a number. There are also so many majors to choose from and if by some chance we don't have the major you want, we have self-designed program as well. Lastly, our campus is beautiful no matter what the weather is.... Read the full review...

Manhattanville College Review

Reviewed by Lizza Gonzalez from 2900 purchase st on 2016-09-21

Manhattanville College has given me the opportunity to find out what I want to study, and it has so many options of internship for us to have different kind of experience and be sure of what we want to do when we finish college.... Read the full review...

Webber International University Review

Reviewed by James from Babson Park, FL on 2016-09-21

Webber costs a lot of money, but the campus is run-down. Mold grows in the men's dorm and all they do to fix it is put bleach on the area and tell the guys to go back in. It's sad. Also, the staff aren't very smart. The faculty are ok, but they just teach class and leave. And the cafeteria only serves fried food. The school is in the middle of orange groves. It's not a good place. You are better off going to a community college.... Read the full review...

Manhattanville College Review

Reviewed by Alondra from New York on 2016-09-20

The Manhattanville College (Mville) campus is beautiful all year round; from the first snow fall to the first flower blooming in the spring. There is nothing like sitting on the quad with Reid Castle in the background while enjoying the sunshine with your friends. Mville also offers small class sizes, over 50 different majors to choice from and a community from all over the world. ... Read the full review...

Manhattanville College Review

Reviewed by Madison from New York on 2016-09-20

Manhattanville is a great place for someone who loves small class sizes, qualified professors, and a campus with tons of activities. I love how close we are to NYC because there are tons of opportunities both career related and socially. My professors really care and that makes such a difference. Definitely a personalized and well rounded education through and through. ... Read the full review...

Manhattanville College Review

Reviewed by Hannah from Purchase, NY on 2016-09-20

What brought me to Manhattanville was the small, beautiful campus and the small classrooms. Professors know you by name and make time for you if you need help, and are also highly qualified. White Plains, Manhattan, and Connecticut are right at the student's fingertips; the campus offers free transportation throughout White Plains and to the city. I love that the campus is a tight-knit community where I have hundreds of resources available to me as a student, free of co... Read the full review...

Manhattanville College Review

Reviewed by Annonymous from Purchase, NY on 2016-09-20

Manhattanville College is a beautiful institution. It is a close-knit community that consist of a small and easy to get around campus, lovely people, amazing classes and spectacular grounds. There is never a dull moment at Manhattanville, whether you are hanging out in the dining hall with friends, playing your heart out in whatever sport of your choice or just relaxing under a tree with your favorite book, you will always have a great time. You can even leave campus thr... Read the full review...

Manhattanville College Review

Reviewed by Annonymous from Purchase, NY on 2016-09-20

Manhattanville College is a beautiful institution. It is a close-knit community that consist of a small and easy to get around campus, lovely people, amazing classes and spectacular grounds. There is never a dull moment at Manhattanville, whether you are hanging out in the dining hall with friends, playing your heart out in whatever sport of your choice or just relaxing under a tree with your favorite book, you will always have a great time. You can even leave campus thr... Read the full review...

Manhattanville College Review

Reviewed by Lexi from Purchase, NY on 2016-09-19

Manhattanville has a very welcoming environment... Read the full review...

Manhattanville College Review

Reviewed by Anonymous from Purchase, New York on 2016-09-19

Despite the steep cost of the school, overall the college experience here is exceptional. The school is in an extremely convenient location, just ten minutes from the city of White Plains and about 30-45 minutes from NYC. The school makes it a point to have events on campus, because the bar life is strictly 21 and over. However, there are plenty of things to do on campus, including RA and mentor events, as well as things planned by the campus activities board to make the... Read the full review...

Manhattanville College Review

Reviewed by Anonymous from NY on 2016-09-19

As a senior, I can honestly say that my 4 years spent here at Manhattanville were well worth it. Attending a small university allowed me to get 1 on 1 attention from professors which helped me to hone my craft in Musical Theater and English. The professors in both the music and theater department are currently working in the field and therefore were able to prepare me with the skills, connections, and knowledge I will need post graduation. They are excellent! They became... Read the full review...

Manhattanville College Review

Reviewed by Kaitlyn from Purchase, New York on 2016-09-19

Personally, love this school. From, the professors to the close commute to the city, this college has everything I need. I have done my fair share of college shopping, and no college felt more open and welcoming. The communications program which I am majoring in has internships and major based classes that will help you acquire skills both on and off-campus. If I had a do-over for picking my college process, I would choose Manhattanville again and again.... Read the full review...

Manhattanville College Review

Reviewed by Luis from Manhattanville on 2016-09-19

Mville has opened many doors for me, I feel like it has become a home away from home. Teacher love to help their students, and are available if needed. I recommend this school to everyone because it is a lovely place to live at and you get the education you are paying for. In this school, if you want something and seek for it you will find it. ... Read the full review...

Manhattanville College Review

Reviewed by John from Purchase, NY on 2016-09-19

If you are looking for a small school, then look no further than Manhattanville College. It has a faculty to student ratio of 16:1 and the average class size is about 20 students, which makes for a more personalized learning experience. The Manhattanville community is like a family. As a freshman, I have met so many warm and welcoming people. From a social life standpoint, the campus itself is perfectly located near New York City and White Plains so there will always be ... Read the full review...

Manhattanville College Review

Reviewed by Amanda from Purchase, New York on 2016-09-19

Manhattanville College is a fun academic environment that i enjoy being surrounded by. The professors are very approachable and open for any questions and concerns. ... Read the full review...

Manhattanville College Review

Reviewed by Elizabeth from Purchase, NY on 2016-09-19

What drew me to Manhattanville were the small class sizes and the small campus in general. I love the community atmosphere where I can easily connect to my peers. I really like that the class sizes are small; at Manhattanville you won't ever have a class more than maybe 30 or 35 people. I have ran into professors in the halls and they hug me. The staff and professors at Manhattanville are very personable and create a comfortable and friendly atmosphere for learning.... Read the full review...

Manhattanville College Review

Reviewed by Anonymous from Purchase on 2016-09-19

Manhattanville College is a great college for everyone. It is small so it is really easy to get involve. Is easy to find a job in campus thanks to the amount of opportunities it gives to students. Also thanks to it's small classes the professor are always there to help you. ... Read the full review...

Manhattanville College Review

Reviewed by Anonymous from Purchase on 2016-09-19

Manhattanville College is a great college for everyone. It is small so it is really easy to get involve. Is easy to find a job in campus thanks to the amount of opportunities it gives to students. Also thanks to it's small classes the professor are always there to help you. ... Read the full review...

Manhattanville College Review

Reviewed by Madison from New York on 2016-09-19

I am a Freshman here at Manhattanville and I love it here. Its only 30 minutes from NYC and 10 minuets from White Plains. Everyone is so friendly and the professors are great. The classes are small and it helps me build a relationship with my professors. I'm so glad to attend here and I can't wait to see what the future holds.... Read the full review...

Manhattanville College Review

Reviewed by Annonymous from Purchase, NY on 2016-09-19

It has a great community, the fact that it is a small college it makes it easier to get to socialize, get know people and be involved in many school activities. Everyone is welcoming and helpful, they will always make you feel good.... Read the full review...

Manhattanville College Review

Reviewed by Claudia Savinon from 2900 Purchase St, Purchase NY 10577 on 2016-09-19

Overall, Manhattanville College has given me a great college experience. As a senior at Manhattanville I have enjoyed the perks of being a at a small liberal arts college. Making friends and building relationships with my professors in addition to having the opportunity to grow professionally through internships. I also loved the fact that I could be in the city in under an hour and be able to enjoy everything white plains has to offer.... Read the full review...

Purdue University Main Campus Review

Reviewed by Anonymous from West Lafayette on 2016-09-15

IU may have less-ugly girls and more alcoholics but at least the degree you get from here matters! Boiler up!... Read the full review...

Ave Maria University Review

Reviewed by B from Ave Maria on 2016-09-14

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San Diego State University Review

Reviewed by Kevin Pedraza from Milpitas on 2016-09-13

I think that San diego state university is a great school and has a lot of diversity. This school is a 5/5... Read the full review...

South University Tampa Review

Reviewed by Williams from Tampa on 2016-09-11

South university Tampa,FL is a scam and a joke.I am amazed that a university is allowed to be ran with zero structure.I make sure I share my experience with every and anyone that will listen, pick another university.South University is a money making scam.... Read the full review...

Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute Review

Reviewed by Yana from New Jersey on 2016-09-09

My daughter freshmen student of RPI loves her college! As a parent I really like her dorm, Compare with other colleges we visited for my son and daughter I've see a lot of different dorms, RPI has one of the best leaving arrangement. Campus is beautiful with great landscape. RPI gives good scholarship and grant that makes it more affordable, girls might get more than boys that explains by 70/30 percent ratio to attract more girls.... Read the full review...

South Plains College Review

Reviewed by Eddy Carter from leveland on 2016-09-09

Its basically the 13th grade and everyone here is ignorant and the campus looks terrible.... Read the full review...

South Plains College Review

Reviewed by William Furlow from Lubbock on 2016-09-09

There's too much mexicans, and the campus is awful!! Never coming back again!!!!!!!!... Read the full review...

The Art Institute of Seattle Review

Reviewed by Beatrix from South Port Noble on 2016-09-08

Good school. Up to you whether you like it.... Read the full review...

Denison University Review

Reviewed by Sandra from Naperville, Illinois on 2016-09-07

Denison is all about relationships with faculty and opportunities to excel. Classes are small and each student has a personal academic advisor. This is a great atmosphere for students who want to grow academically and intellectually. Professors are accessible and the curriculum is challenging. Denison is tanked in the top 100 on the Forbes list. The info for Denison on this site is out of date. Here is a link to info for the incoming class of 2020. http://denison.ed... Read the full review...

University of Houston Review

Reviewed by Riley from Houston on 2016-09-06

TURN AROUND AND RUN TO UT/A&M! Since I've joined UH, all it's ever been about is making the school look good through athletics. UH has one of the lowest graduation rates in the country. More money is spent on the football stadium and basketball arena than for the security of its students. School just started and every other day I get an email about a sexual assault or someone getting robbed in the parking lots. Speaking of parking,it costs about 130-150 dollars to get th... Read the full review...

Lawrence University Review

Reviewed by from on 2016-09-01

An excellent school. The teachers are first rate. They care about the students intellectual development !The classes are small and very good. ... Read the full review...

Saint Mary's College Review

Reviewed by trish from omaha on 2016-09-01

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Saint Mary's College Review

Reviewed by trish from omaha on 2016-09-01

Saint Mary's is a college that encourages women to be the best that they can be in their chosen major/professional goals. Professors actually teach their own classes and are available tor discussion or help every week. There is a strong Catholic faith at this school and an amazing closeness of the women who attend. They will prepare the students to go forth and be successful, moral, thinking adults. Social life is great and it truly is the best of both worlds; in having ... Read the full review...

Saint Mary's College Review

Reviewed by trish from omaha on 2016-09-01

Saint Mary's is a college that encourages women to be the best that they can be in their chosen major/professional goals. Professors actually teach their own classes and are available tor discussion or help every week. There is a strong Catholic faith at this school and an amazing closeness of the women who attend. They will prepare the students to go forth and be successful, moral, thinking adults. Social life is great and it truly is the best of both worlds; in having ... Read the full review...

Western Technical College Review

Reviewed by Wesley from Lacrosse on 2016-08-30

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Miller Motte Technical College Macon Review

Reviewed by Shanendoah from Spory on 2016-08-29

This school was the positive environment that I was looking for. I work a full time job and have a family to take care of. I was looking for a program that could work with my schedule and still have time to do the things I needed to do. So, I enrolled into the Medical Assisting program. I was able to work, go to school for a few hours at night starting at 6 and still be home in time to get rest and go to work. Classes were small, my teachers help me when I need it and ne... Read the full review...

Volunteer State Community College Review

Reviewed by Jennifer from Gallatin on 2016-08-26

It's great, but I do not recommend online courses for anything other than basic English, reading, or math. It's takes a while for teachers to get back with you. But classes on campus are great do far... Read the full review...

Southwest Collegiate Institute for the Deaf Review

Reviewed by Lmsc gills from Houston on 2016-08-25

This will be my daughters second semester there. So far so good. Dorms are in pretty good shape. No complaint yet as far as staff. The only major concern is during bad weather last semester a baby tornado him the area. Breaking windows on dorm and cause some damages. They were terrified but the key to that is I kept asking where dorm staff or attendant. She stated gone. Me: gone where. She said home I guess. No adults other than students were there. They were scared and ... Read the full review...

Alabama State University Review

Reviewed by J. Lewis from Montgomery,AL on 2016-08-22

I'd say if you o/s (out of State) make certainly sure that you have enough $$ to attend. It's always seems like the i/s (In-State) student get more fin aid cause they don't have to travel. Don't get me wrong, it's a wonderful school and all you get to meet new people from all over but don't let the financial aid office jip you out of tuition money. ... Read the full review...

University of Colorado Boulder Review

Reviewed by Alexa from Boulder on 2016-08-22

After two years, I am transferring colleges. The dorms are in terrible condition, women get cat called regularly when walking to their homes, and it seems like admission prices and student acceptance rate rise each year. It is as if they are trying to get as much money as possible without improving the school.... Read the full review...

The Art Institute of Charlotte Review

Reviewed by 1 in 200 that made a career for myself in the design field. from Charlotte NC on 2016-08-20

If it were not for my husband who is an investment banker in the city, I would have never paid my loans back. I was able to land a $10-$12 an hour job working in interior design in Charlotte. Do yourself a favor and DO NOT spend 130k in tuition to make less than $22k a year with no benefits.... Read the full review...

The Art Institute of Charlotte Review

Reviewed by Truth from Heaven on 2016-08-20

Your business is a for profit ripoff. You prey on poor, innocent young children that are looking to latch on to a well accredited university that can help make themselves have a better life. You know very well that you are taking advantage. What you are doing should be illegal and you know it. But you have to live with what your doing.... Read the full review...

The University of Texas at Dallas Review

Reviewed by Ruby from Prosper, TX on 2016-08-18

Excellent university with exceptional faculty and staff. Great education for the money spent. Wonderful professors and amazing classmates. The campus has been updated and it looks amazing.... Read the full review...

Connecticut College Review

Reviewed by Fuzzo from Pittsburgh, PA on 2016-08-17

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Colorado Technical University Online Review

Reviewed by Jessica from Pomona, Ca on 2016-08-16

This school will cost you your credit score, as for getting a job good luck since I have had a problem since my loans and grants did not wind up covering the school tuition so they are witholding transcripts so I will never be able to move forward.... Read the full review...

University of Arkansas at Monticello Review

Reviewed by MELISSA from LA on 2016-08-06

This is a good for you if you are strictly all about academics.... Read the full review...

Bennington College Review

Reviewed by Paul from Lander on 2016-08-06

The chance to grow, think and, all the while, learning from an elite faculty. If stretching yourself creatively is your thing, there's no better atmosphere. ... Read the full review...

Weatherford College Review

Reviewed by Austin from saginaw tx on 2016-08-05

100% amazing... Read the full review...

Texas Southern University Review

Reviewed by from Houston, Tx on 2016-08-02

Ghetto! In the hood, you may get robbed walking to class. You can never get ahold of anyone on the phone. They don't reply to emails. The teachers don't teach they just talk and expect you to understand without examples.The housing is roach infested and to expensive for what you get. If something is broken they half way fix it.... Read the full review...

St Catherine University Review

Reviewed by Lyn from Minnesota on 2016-07-30

This is the worst school ever! They only care about money and that is it! The food is overpriced and very bad(they only have 4 choices?burgers, sandwiches, a hot dish and an international bar). And there is no social life here at all.... Read the full review...

Houston Community College Review

Reviewed by Michelle from Houson on 2016-07-27

Go to Spring Branch for all of your financial aid stuff. A short black girl there with short hair helped me and a veteran today. She said she was new to the office. She was so nice so patent with people. She talked to us like humans and not like stupid kids. No judgement from her at all. When I didn't know what something meant on application she didn't huff and puff like I bothered her. She showed a veteran where he could find his things on the computer and he cracked a ... Read the full review...

McCann School of Business and Technology Review

Reviewed by jane doe from Mccann school of business and technology on 2016-07-27

teachers don't stay long. books are late and obvious kick backs on the books. questionable teaching methods. some great teachers but not across the board, really wish i had gone to bibsi ... Read the full review...

University of Miami Review

Reviewed by Current Student from University of Miami on 2016-07-22

Overall rating: 2/10, Not worth the $45,000 you'll be paying in tuition each year. Want to live in the lovely dorms? Have fun shelling out over $1000/mo to be policed constantly and have your rooms searched Are you a white male? Feel left out as the new president makes "task forces" for every minority group, LGBTQWEPSDF, and women Academics are not a focus of this University. Instead, the University of Miami enjoys raising tuition prices to build new buildings,... Read the full review...

Southern Utah University Review

Reviewed by Valerie from Cedar City, UT on 2016-07-16

I've not regretted my decision to come to SUU for a second. I have had so many opportunities present themselves to me here that I wouldn't have at a larger university. It has the perfect atmosphere for anyone who loves outdoor activities and the chance to meet so many new people. Everyone here feels like a family since it's so small and homey. The party scene is kind of lacking, but there is usually somewhere to go on the weekends. St. George is really close as well, and... Read the full review...

Sam Houston State University Review

Reviewed by Eric from Spring, TX on 2016-07-16

Great school! Smaller class sizes and country atmosphere but close to Houston. Great business college.... Read the full review...

Saint Mary's College Review

Reviewed by Brooke from Illinois on 2016-07-07

My daughter graduated from St. Mary's in May. During her four years, she was required to take GenEd courses each year that are of no value to her future. It is confounding to me that the predominantly leftist faculty believe it is their job to instill values. If a kid doesn't have a set of values and a moral compass before entering college, it's not the job of the university to force their own values on that student. Both St. Mary's and Notre Dame offer semesters abroad,... Read the full review...

University of Richmond Review

Reviewed by Erin from Massachusetts on 2016-07-02

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Miller Motte College Raleigh Review

Reviewed by Kayla from Raleigh, NC on 2016-06-28

Over priced, feels like you in school high school with juvenile delinquents. Most students have serious mental health issues, students been in out jail, and most of students do not take school serious. This campus do not have enough teachers for the course to be taking; therefore, you have to take online courses which sucks if you not an online learner. Teacher complaints do not get solved. Students are rude to the staff members. ... Read the full review...

Gwinnett Technical College Review

Reviewed by Jalisa from Lawrenceville ga on 2016-06-26

I am a non traditional student attending Gwinnett tech. From a non traditional student stand point, the school is great! Everyone is friendly and applying was easy for me. Registering for classes was easy as well. I am 25 so I have already used similar website to register and apply so I really didn't need a lot of help. My teachers are very helpful. You do have to put forth effort! no one will hold your hand. I have A average (GPA) . But overall school wise I like the s... Read the full review...

Boston College Review

Reviewed by Alexa from California on 2016-06-18

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Bentley University Review

Reviewed by Bill from San Diego on 2016-06-17

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Averett University Review

Reviewed by Ronald Behringer from Alexandria, Virginia on 2016-06-16

Excellent place to get your BA/BS in education, computer science, math or aeronautics. Classes are the right size and school is flexible enough to help you out if you have a legitimate problem (like being sick during mid-terms). AU is fully accredited and has about a 60% acceptance rate... it's not the Ivy League but there are a surprising number of resources once you get on campus. There is about a 50/50 mix of adults and high school kids. There are also excepti... Read the full review...

The Art Institute of Charlotte Review

Reviewed by Patricia from Charlotte on 2016-06-16

I attended the culinary program here and I now own my own business. This was hands down one of the best experiences of my enitre life, I wish I could explain how greatly this helped me.... Read the full review...

Maryville University of Saint Louis Review

Reviewed by SP from St. Louis on 2016-06-09

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H Councill Trenholm State Technical College Review

Reviewed by Sophomore from Montgomery on 2016-06-07

They are horrible. The admissions process was hectic and so was registration. You sit and wait for hours even in financial aid only to talk to people with a horrible attitudes. They do not accept student loans so the money that was paid out of pocket was definitely a waste. Th program that I was enrolled in did not have enough teachers and they even have bad attitudes. Trenholm as a whole is a bad school. I constantly want to transfer but there are no other programs in M... Read the full review...

West Virginia Business College Wheeling Review

Reviewed by Angie from Wheeling on 2016-06-04

This is a great place to get trained in the career of your choice. They also have a career services representative that will help you find a job in that career once you get close to graduation! They have small class sizes and a family atmosphere. This is the place to go if you want a brighter future. ... Read the full review...

Michigan State University Review

Reviewed by sarah from east lansing on 2016-06-03

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St Olaf College Review

Reviewed by Colin from Vernon Hills on 2016-05-27

Great campus, great academics, great professors, small class size, friendly people from all over the world, great career development center, nice town with a lot of vitality because it is shared with Carlton College down the street.... Read the full review...

Trinity College Review

Reviewed by Jay from NYC on 2016-05-26

Locate in an iffy area but once on campus very self contained. Beautiful people who work hard.... Read the full review...

Purdue University Main Campus Review

Reviewed by Sean from CA, castaic on 2016-05-26

It's Great!!!!... Read the full review...

University of Houston Review

Reviewed by Rachel from Houston on 2016-05-23

UH has built a new football stadium, new classroom buildings, a new student center, and has a lot of dining options around campus. Some of the statistics on this site are old, and fail to mention that there are currently more than 8,000 residential beds on campus, making UH second in number of beds for all Texas universities. 3 new residence halls have been built in the last 5 years and demolition is underway to make room for another. UH Football finished number 8 in the... Read the full review...

Southwest Texas Junior College Review

Reviewed by Rey DeLeon from on line on 2016-05-23

My instructors up until this past semester were polite and professional, would answer emails and would help you upon request. The two female instructors I had in this spring semester were detached from their students especially my biology instructor. My biology instructor would not answer emails and did not follow her own Syllabus.... Read the full review...

Bossier Parish Community College Review

Reviewed by Mr. Bronco from TX on 2016-05-23

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Lehigh University Review

Reviewed by N from NJ on 2016-05-18

School has a lack of diversity. Many people change who they are to conform to the Lehigh stereotype: Greek, popular, white, work hard play hard. If you have no desire to be any of these things, do not attend. Also, if you are any major in Arts and Sciences besides anything Bio or Chem related, you are screwed because the classes are not as rigorous as classes in the other schools (ie engineering or business). You'd be better off attending somewhere better or cheaper. Las... Read the full review...

Bard College at Simon's Rock Review

Reviewed by LISA from SC on 2016-05-16

Former student. I thought I was accepted based on my outstanding grades. My amazing test scores. But then I found out I got that acceptance letter bc a rich Jewish uncle PRIVATELY PAID THEM to take me. Disgraceful. Furthermore, if you are a conservative Midwesterner. You know, with VALUES. MORALS. You will be almost totally isolated from your ultra liberal peers and foreign peers who can't speak a lick of ENGLISH. Your women's study professor will look at your l... Read the full review...

Career Technical College Shreveport Review

Reviewed by Julie from Shreveport on 2016-05-16

They do not care about education its all about money for then if your in Cosmo beware to not get a state board date and don't expect to get your money back for state boards. And beware to have accradation being taking away.... Read the full review...

Cornell University Review

Reviewed by Katherine from Carthage, NY on 2016-05-15

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Case Western Reserve University Review

Reviewed by Edward from Washington DC on 2016-05-11

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The New School Review

Reviewed by Jonathan from New York on 2016-05-05

Very artsy school, would highly recommend. Don't just look past this school because of it's new vibe, embrace it and go with the flow. School is integrated into the city, and the whole school's design is awesome. Once again, would highly recommend. :D... Read the full review...

Silver Lake College of the Holy Family Review

Reviewed by Andrew from Milwaukee, Wi on 2016-05-04

If you want to spend money and learn nothing, this is the place for you. This place is a joke.... Read the full review...

Young Harris College Review

Reviewed by Maddy Jarret from Young Harris on 2016-05-04

If you want a small college go here. If you want to have a good college experience don't go here. It is a very small school with nothing much to do. You will find yourself leaving every weekend. ... Read the full review...

Illinois State University Review

Reviewed by Henry from Normal, IL on 2016-05-03

ISU is a fantastic institution. The academics are great here, but you have to study and put forth effort unlike other state schools in Illinois. The party scene is awesome and gets way better when you turn 21. The girls here are just easy beautiful! If you're looking for a state school in Illinois that is very reputable but still a fun place to be then ISU is the place for you. ... Read the full review...

The University of Montana Review

Reviewed by Alexander from Denver, CO on 2016-05-03

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Monmouth College Review

Reviewed by Mike from Illinois on 2016-04-30

The professors would rather teach than research/publish, which is the opposite of larger schools. Classes are never taught by TA's and the class sizes are very small. Personal attention from professors is through the roof.... Read the full review...

University of Houston Review

Reviewed by Anonymous from Houston on 2016-04-29

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Arizona State University Review

Reviewed by Lee from New England on 2016-04-27

Excellent education and excellent overall college experience. ... Read the full review...

Texas Christian University Review

Reviewed by Lesly from Fort Worth on 2016-04-26

More females than males! Very Greek school - small classes and tight knit community. Very proud and a lot of school spirit! ... Read the full review...

McCann School of Business and Technology Review

Reviewed by Nana from Dickson city on 2016-04-26

Run fast from this school! They overcharge, do not have proper teachers training you, hands on???... What a joke! Am in debt with no degree, took med lab tech course, never got an extern site, why...cause there were none. No one wanted anyone associated with this school. All the do is take your money, staff is rude and can't be bothered with you. Would never recommend anyone to this joke.... Read the full review...

Kansas City Art Institute Review

Reviewed by Kenneth from Rayong Thailand on 2016-04-25

First KCAI is a private school for profit, as a former student 1964, the first thing I learned was if you are going to KCAI to learn to be a better artist you are wasting your time. As a freshmen I was a better artist basic artist (meaning I could pick up a pencil and draw a portrait, landscape or a rendering of a house or car) than any of the teachers I had in my freshmen and sophomore year. If you are looking at making art a profession then save your money and go to ... Read the full review...

University of Puget Sound Review

Reviewed by Kyle Gray from Iowa on 2016-04-20

A great school that changed my life... Read the full review...

Tuskegee University Review

Reviewed by Robert from Milwaukee on 2016-04-20

President totally unqualified for job. Poor leadership at all levels. The remnants of a former great institution. Beautiful campus ... Read the full review...

William Carey University Review

Reviewed by Brendon from hattiesburg on 2016-04-19

William Carey is rated the best value college in the south. It is a great more family like atmosphere... Read the full review...

Fordham University Review

Reviewed by Micaiah from Rose Hill on 2016-04-18

We love this school!... Read the full review...

Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute Review

Reviewed by Patrick from Troy, NY on 2016-04-17

Course load is challenging and course content is manageable(Use the TA's!!! Most professors can't offer the same kind of help the TA's can which could be the way you learn.) In terms of academic rigor, the school isn't that hard. It's easy the abundance of knowledge you have to take on so quickly. Discipline is an absolute must have. Housing sucks and its expensive. A lot of opportunities. You can do whatever you want here. Treat RPI like a tool to your success.... Read the full review...

Villanova University Review

Reviewed by from on 2016-04-15

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University of Puget Sound Review

Reviewed by Anonymous from Tacoma, Washington on 2016-04-09

This school is pretty nice. The teachers are amazing. The administration can get sucky, but I think they have good intentions and try to be progressive. Everyone says this, but the party scene is there if you want it but not a major aspect. There's nothing really here that is the primary social focus. Most people are involved in multiple things. If you want to party hard, you'll find your crowd, but a good chunk of people don't go hard or don't go at all. Close enough to... Read the full review...

Texas County Technical College Review

Reviewed by Tim from Bolivar on 2016-04-06

With most of the students failing and information on tests not covered in class, it would appear that the instructors have no idea how to teach and the administration doesn't seem to care. They've got their money and constantly find ways to make you pay more. This school doesn't care about it's students, only about money.... Read the full review...

Northwestern College Review

Reviewed by Beth from South Dakota on 2016-04-05

Whether or not this is the right college for you depends on what it is you're looking for. If you're looking for small class sizes, professors who care about you as a person rather than a statistic, and an overall welcoming, Christian atmosphere, then this might be the place for you. Religiously, Northwestern is very Christian. Biblical Studies and an Intro to Theology course are required, as is chapel. But although the college is affiliated with the Reformed Church,... Read the full review...

Clarkson University Review

Reviewed by Sophie from Potsdam on 2016-04-04

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Juniata College Review

Reviewed by Greg from MA on 2016-04-03

Graduated from JC and it is amazing how many alumni I have met all over the world. Education from JC allowed me to attain everything I wanted in my career and then some. It is a small campus, excellent professors and great alumni support. Outstanding for science, especially pre-med and pre-vet.... Read the full review...

Wright State University Main Campus Review

Reviewed by Jess from Dayton. Ohio on 2016-04-02

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University of Scranton Review

Reviewed by John from Brown on 2016-04-02

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Touro College Review

Reviewed by Eric from New York on 2016-04-02

It's easy to get into and in a great NYC location, but the majority of students are not ready for college, so that can hold you back.... Read the full review...

The New School Review

Reviewed by Eric from New York on 2016-04-02

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University of California Santa Cruz Review

Reviewed by Eric from Santa Cruz on 2016-04-02

Ridiculous experience. If you want a hippie style education and to smoke a lot of weed, go here but it's mostly a waste of your time.... Read the full review...

Fordham University Review

Reviewed by Eric from New York City on 2016-04-02

If you want an ivy-league level education and didn't get into Harvard, go to Fordham. My time here was amazing. The campus is incredible - the largest green campus in NYC and the option to take classes on the Lincoln Center campus if you want the more bustling city vibe (Rose Hill is super chill - an oasis in the urban jungle). The teachers are amazing and super professional and the atmosphere is fantastic. This school is so underrated it's ridiculous.... Read the full review...

Roxbury Community College Review

Reviewed by AJ from Lynn on 2016-04-02

I attended Roxbury Community College (RCC) more than a decade ago. I'm very pleased with the education that I received from this school. At the end of my two years there, I applied to both Boston University (BU) and University of Massachussets at Boston (Umass/Boston). I was accepted at both colleges and was pleasantly surprised to see that BU was willing to accept every single course I took at RCC. However, I ended up transferring to Umass/Boston only because it was... Read the full review...

Framingham State University Review

Reviewed by AJ from North Shore on 2016-04-02

I attended this university more than a decade ago. This was an exceptional value and the return on investment has been phenomenal. I would highly recommend this school to someone who wants to minimize the cost of their education. I was fortunate enough to be able to work overnight security, while taking classes in the evening at this university. The cost was very reasonable and in fact I was able to finish paying off my student loans while working my security job. W... Read the full review...

Brigham Young University Provo Review

Reviewed by Lily from Miles City on 2016-03-29

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Wofford College Review

Reviewed by Marc from Spartanburg on 2016-03-29

I like Wofford, and really enjoy it. Unfortunately, they have very strict scholarship retention policies, and if one has a bad 1st semester and an OK 2nd semester as I've had, then one will almost certainly lose their scholarships. If you don't depend on them, you're fine. If you do, then you're screwed. For a school that brags about everyone getting scholarships, they don't do much to help students keep them if they have a bad freshman year. I didn't drink, but the part... Read the full review...

Franklin W. Olin College of Engineering Review

Reviewed by Ayomide from Ng on 2016-03-25

Olin is absolutely Amazing! It's everything you could hope for in an engineering school because it goes a lot beyond just teaching. You actually learn, from people, from students. I'm not trying to advertise, because advertising always looks good, but I can bet that you will not regret coming to olin. Just check the website, the student reviews. ... Read the full review...

Bellevue University Review

Reviewed by Ken from Papillion, NE on 2016-03-23

Terrific school! Very good local reputation.... Read the full review...

International Business College Indianapolis Review

Reviewed by Linda from Indiana on 2016-03-22

When I attended, they had an old fashioned dress code in place, that was selectively enforced. They also had an attendance policy just like grade school! The campus is basically a 1-story office building and there isn't any type of social life, school spirit or pride like at traditional colleges and universities since there are no clubs, sports, or extra curricular activities of any type (at least when I attended). The instructors were personable, however their treatm... Read the full review...

Brigham Young University Provo Review

Reviewed by jane emerson from california on 2016-03-12

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Utah Valley University Review

Reviewed by Edison from Provo Utah on 2016-03-10

I really love UVU, just because it seems like a pretty mellow school for the most part. What I mean by that, is most people come here to get a decent education at the cheapest cost, rather than going to some other more prestigious college. Pros: -Tons of young folk -Lots of Lds People -Has more students than any other Utah College -Tuition/Housing is insanely cheap compared to other colleges (in-state) -Lots of job opportunities all over Utah -Campus is huge an... Read the full review...

Brigham Young University Provo Review

Reviewed by Samantha from Idaho on 2016-03-09

The school does not except any high school or community college grades over 4.0. An A+ is still a 4.0. It has very, very strict rules against tobacco, alcohol, and drug use, even off-campus. BYU accepts students of any religion as long as the student qualifies academically and abides by their very strict morality clause. Non-LDS (non-Mormon) students pay higher tuition then LDS students. This is because BYU is supported by contributions from LDS members around the world... Read the full review...

United States Naval Academy Review

Reviewed by Lawrence Horn from Northern California. on 2016-03-07

An extraordinary educational experience, is the USNA. Not only is the intellectual academic experience stellar, but the qualities of character that are masterfully cultivated are superlative and transformative. And this is what definitively sets it apart from civilian schools. The USNA develops unmatched leadership qualities, as it transforms ordinary human virtues into the stuff of champions and heroes. If you seek to develop world class qualities, then look no furt... Read the full review...

University of Dayton Review

Reviewed by Janelle from Cleveland on 2016-03-06

Professors are excellent. There are TAs available for difficult classes that hold study Sessions in the evening. Career services is very helpful, internships and co-ops are encouraged and they have a great "Hire a Flyer" network. Campus is clean an students are polite and well-dressed. Unfortunately, the drinking culture predominates and clubs are weak, not intellectually stimulating for those that would prefer something other than drinking games n sports. The school spe... Read the full review...

Toccoa Falls College Review

Reviewed by Bryan from GA on 2016-03-05

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George Mason University Review

Reviewed by Rahul from Fairfax, VA on 2016-02-28

It is truly a great school, I would recommendthis school to everyone... Read the full review...

Ohio State University Main Campus Review

Reviewed by Matt from Columbus on 2016-02-24

Great school, great price, great sports and great people. ... Read the full review...

McDaniel College Review

Reviewed by anon from MD on 2016-02-23

Very bad place for the amount of money you will be paying, the dorms are very out of date. the professors are very lazy and don't really care about much other than their pay check... Read the full review...

University of California Los Angeles Review

Reviewed by Joe from Los Angeles on 2016-02-17

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Sacred Heart University Review

Reviewed by Lauren from Fairfield, CT on 2016-02-16

I chose SHU because of the friendly, enthusiastic atmosphere of the student body, which made it stand out from the other schools I applied to. Sacred Heart combines academic excellence alongside a student body that is actively involved in a diverse number of on-campus organizations, including Greek Life, Habitat for Humanity, and a variety of performing arts and sports opportunities. Attending SHU has made me grow so much as a person and I couldn't be happier to be a Pio... Read the full review...

Moody Bible Institute Review

Reviewed by Michaela from Chicago, IL on 2016-02-15

MBI is an amazing school if you are looking into going for full-time ministry. The professors are wonderful and truly care about their students. The cost estimation on this website is way off if you are going into the undergraduate school, the cost here is way over what you will actually pay. The undergraduate school has a tuition paid program. You get 8 tuition-paid semesters to complete your program, all you have to do is fill out FAFSA and whatever your Pell Grant doe... Read the full review...

Azusa Pacific University Review

Reviewed by Jo from Azusa, CA on 2016-02-06

Going to college can be kind of scary, but APU is amazing! The students and staff are super kind and friendly. We definitely talk about our faith very openly, so if you're not comfortable with that, that might be a downside to coming to APU. Most people think because the school isn't in the center of LA, there isn't much to do; however there are some pretty cool places to eat around the school (we're on Route 66) and if not grab a bunch of friends and drive out somewhere... Read the full review...

Sacred Heart University Review

Reviewed by Joe Camellio from Long Island on 2016-02-02

Going to SHU was the best decision I have EVER made! All of the negative comments on here should be completely ignored because they do not represent SHU in anyway. Everyone at SHU is very friendly, all of the professors are always willing to help in anyway possible and there are so many extra curricular activities to be involved in! The school is very clean and is always being updated. The academic programs are outstanding and are definitely worth every penny! If you wan... Read the full review...

Colorado School of Mines Review

Reviewed by Hanna from Golden, CO on 2016-01-31

It is a lot of hard work, but it is definitely worth it as long as you are sure that you want to go into a STEM career.... Read the full review...

University of California Los Angeles Review

Reviewed by Jenna from LA on 2016-01-27

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SUNY College of Agriculture and Technology at Cobleskill Review

Reviewed by chris from suny cobleskill on 2016-01-27

The academics are great but a few professors will discourage students to drop their class. As a minority their is discrimination among students and even professors. Suny Cobleskill seem to being doing great in the media but "city kids" which they call blacks and Spanish students don't get treated causes them to transfer or drop out. This school pretty much accept any student even if you have a low GPA in high school. Those students who are accepted later get kick out be... Read the full review...

University of Arkansas Fort Smith Review

Reviewed by John Smith from Van Buren AR on 2016-01-26

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The Illinois Institute of Art Chicago Review

Reviewed by Tricia Simms from Chicago on 2016-01-21

Waist of time! Wasn't organized at all! Got debt with NO career job! Transferred and got my degree somewhere else!... Read the full review...

Haverford College Review

Reviewed by Paul from Pasadena, CA on 2016-01-20

My daughter chose Haverford because of the combination of great academics, supportive community, culture of collaboration instead of competition, and a terrific location. While it's still early in her career there, she's incredibly happy with her choice. She visited about 20 schools - mostly small, liberal arts colleges - in the year and half leading up to the application process, and Haverford immediately went to the top of the list. The most comparable school, in te... Read the full review...

McCann School of Business and Technology Review

Reviewed by Sarah from Scranton on 2016-01-17

Incompetent staff. Financial aid woman could never be found and not interested in making sure necessary paperwork was completed. When I had an issue, no one could be bothered to return a phone call, even the director! Save your time and money.... Read the full review...

Curry College Review

Reviewed by Kristin from Boston on 2016-01-10

Curry is a great setting and close to Boston. Not much of a student campus setting with school spirit. Very much a commuter school. Way to expensive and not worth the money. Price of tuition is crazy. I feel safe, although lots of crime and issues on campus. Again, cost of school and having these issues does not seem right? Several classes are subpar and didn't learn much. Although not thoroughly happy with the school, I have had some wonderful teachers that tr... Read the full review...

Huston Tillotson University Review

Reviewed by Josh from Austin on 2016-01-08

Small university with Great professors and very family orientated! ... Read the full review...

Carver Bible College Review

Reviewed by Pat Brown from Atlanta on 2016-01-08

Carver College is a great school. It has a wonderful atmosphere for learning. The professors are knowledgeable and helpful.... Read the full review...

Emory University Review

Reviewed by Jaden from Indianola,Mississippi on 2016-01-06

10/10... Read the full review...

East Stroudsburg University of Pennsylvania Review

Reviewed by Al from Pennsylvania on 2016-01-05

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Quinnipiac University Review

Reviewed by Melissa from South Jersey on 2015-12-30

Not bad, but overpriced for the money. Nice campus and social life. Fair quality of education.... Read the full review...

Haverford College Review

Reviewed by Brian from New York City on 2015-12-27

Penn, Swarthmore and Haverford form the "QUAKER CONSORTIUM" which allows students at any one school to take courses at the other schools. You will not find a finer college anywhere with higher academic rigor and quality.... Read the full review...

Rowan University Review

Reviewed by Karen from Mount Laurel NJ on 2015-12-27

Rowan is growing too fast. University is putting big bucks into athletic facilities while ignoring academic funding. e.g. science labs are not anywhere up to date. Campus is land locked by town development. New facilities are a good distance from main campus.... Read the full review...

Washington State University Review

Reviewed by Greg from Pullman on 2015-12-27

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Neosho County Community College Review

Reviewed by Lynn from Ottawa on 2015-12-23

Don't take anatomy. Almost $1,500 with lab and a terrible teacher. Prices are way too high now. ... Read the full review...

Northeast Alabama Community College Review

Reviewed by Makayla from Pisgah AL on 2015-12-21

I love Northeast as a college to start off with..the housing is non existent, so i wouldn't travel to attend..and the party and bar scene isn't anything special...other than that, what you would come here for, the academics, faculty, safety is very high rated. ... Read the full review...

DeSales University Review

Reviewed by Anastasia from Center Valley, PA on 2015-12-19

The absolute worst mistake I have ever made. Do not come here. It's extremely expensive and not worth your time. If you're looking for an extended high school experience that will make you mediocre this is the place for you.... Read the full review...

College of Our Lady of the Elms Review

Reviewed by from on 2015-12-18

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Grand Valley State University Review

Reviewed by Matt from Grand Blanc, MI on 2015-12-17

Great school with the best Div 2 sports program in the country. Has won 10 NACDA Directors Cup's in a row. Only University east of the Mississippi to ever win the cup. GVSU is also in a great location. 15 minutes from Grand Rapids and 20 minutes from Grand Haven and Lake Michigan. Voted as the safest big college in the country. Although GVSU is in Allendale which is a small town its close to everything. GVSU Football has the highest home attendance in D2 football. Teach... Read the full review...

Hobe Sound Bible College Review

Reviewed by Cassandra from Hobe Sound,Fl on 2015-12-15

I find Hobe Sound Bible College to be a place that I can grow and learn the things that I will need to help be a better teacher. ... Read the full review...

Hampton University Review

Reviewed by RJ from Houston on 2015-12-15

Food is horrible. Its a shame that a historical black university can't serve good food. Campus itself was old and musty. There were beetles/cockroaches coming into the showers! The professors were nice and engaging and the campus is in a very safe location overall. However, these few good points cannot overcome the fact that I would NEVER, never recommend this university to anyone.... Read the full review...

DePauw University Review

Reviewed by Samantha from on 2015-12-14

DePauw is the most exciting place you could come right after high school. Don't get me wrong, academics are tough and we're nearly in the middle of nowhere. However, everyone gets along with everyone and all of the students and (most) faculty are extremely friendly. It's easy to get distracted here because there's always something going on, but if you really set your mind to it, you can handle a both an awesome social life and earn the grades you want. And we can't forge... Read the full review...

Lehigh University Review

Reviewed by Olivia from PA on 2015-12-10

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Miller Motte College Review

Reviewed by Angelia from NORTH CAROLINA on 2015-12-09

This has been the worst experience for me. I decided to go back to school, being in my early 40s to pursue my goal in Criminal Justice. The problem has been with my financial aid. I went a whole year without a stipend because I was told I owe money. I finally receive a stipend and I look on my financial aid account and I have a 2000.00 dollar balance that cannot be explained to me, that gets corrected and I receive my stipend for October in November look at my account ... Read the full review...

Howard University Review

Reviewed by Suzie from Washington, DC on 2015-12-09

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Rutgers University Newark Review

Reviewed by from on 2015-12-09

If you want to pass your classes go to Newark, if you want to have fun and meet people go to New Brunswick ... Read the full review...

Hamilton College Review

Reviewed by Jack from Clinton, NY on 2015-12-08

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Kennesaw State University Review

Reviewed by John from Kennesaw on 2015-12-04

It's a commuter college. If you're a social butterfly or looking to get wasted every other night, this isn't the place for you. ... Read the full review...

The Art Institute of Las Vegas Review

Reviewed by Ty from Las Vegas on 2015-11-13

Absolute WASTE OF MONEY, if you're interested in the PHOTOGRAPHY program. Photography is their weakest program and their least concern. They teach a LOT of useless information, about Photography HISTORY, Color Theory, which has LITTLE to do w/ Photographers, Critique of Photography, etc.. They say they offer a full gamut of photography classes, but fail to tell you that the classes are very seldomly made available from one Semester to the next. I attended for ONE ... Read the full review...

The Juilliard School Review

Reviewed by Erick from New England on 2015-11-13

You not only have to have a passion about what you want to study but have been endowed with the talent to be the best in what you do.... Read the full review...

Texas State University Review

Reviewed by Sam from Austin, Texas on 2015-11-13

The school is gorgeous and world class. Students pride themselves on the spring-fed river, local businesses and their proximity to jobs/internships in nearby big cities Austin and San Antonio.... Read the full review...

Troy University Review

Reviewed by Julian Achemdey from Troy, Alabama. on 2015-11-11

If you are looking for good faculty, calm and serene campus, good athletics and of course beautiful range of students to interact with, you have just found the right place!... Read the full review...

Montreat College Review

Reviewed by john doe from montreat on 2015-11-04

If your looking to study and pray, and nothing more this is the place for you. Mandatory chapel or community service was a negitive. I hated my time here. There is literally nothing to do. Being a student athlete at this school was even worse. Winning isn't even on the radar for most coaches, as they spend most of their time trying to make your life more about following Jesus, rather than athletic success. Zero parties at this school. The few that did take place ended u... Read the full review...

Miller Motte Technical College Review

Reviewed by Anonymous from SC on 2015-11-02

Most of their programs do not thoroughly educate you enough to find a job after graduation and also, they do not tell you that many fields you will not only need the degree for, but also a few years experience in order to get hired.... Read the full review...

West Virginia Business College Wheeling Review

Reviewed by Jennifer from Wheeling on 2015-11-01

If I could have scored any negatives, all categories would be negative! I graduated with a Specialized Associate degree in Paralegal/Office Administration. The school did not prepare me for the position I would hold in the future. I worked at various law offices for approximately three years and was never able (my boss as well) to feel comfortable with my skills and abilities to do the job, hence the 'various' offices I was employed with. The education you get at this sc... Read the full review...

Florida Gulf Coast University Review

Reviewed by Jackie from North Lake on 2015-10-28

FGCU has a beautiful campus and atmosphere. The students are very easy to get along with and teachers are willing to help students during their office hours and make time for them to help them however they can. I definitely recommend this school.... Read the full review...

Prairie State College Review

Reviewed by Erika from south holland il 60473 on 2015-10-28

I like prairie state because the atmosphere at this college is awesome and the faculty here is very nice and willing to help you succeed the staff is great with helping you out . The financial aid workers enrollment worker the workers in the couseling department are very polite and helpful .... Read the full review...

Dakota County Technical College Review

Reviewed by from on 2015-10-21

Financial aid dept is a mess. Hard to speak to anyone or get answers. Messed up my bill so I had to come up with $400 more on the spot. Changing to a new grading system based on test scores that is completely asinine. Look elsewhere unless you would like a lesson in frustration... Read the full review...

Milwaukee Area Technical College Review

Reviewed by AB from Grafton on 2015-10-18

Apart from an urban experience, the off-campus housing near campus is high crime thus housing near downtown is inexpensive. MATC has agreement for on-campus housing with UW-Milwaukee that's on the pricey side. The Downtown campus is on locked down at least once a semester and despite the police Department across the street response time is slow for locked downs. The School has been losing money as people have to work and can't afford school anymore and has had a shor... Read the full review...

Colorado Academy of Veterinary Technology Review

Reviewed by Jessica from Colorado Springs on 2015-10-15

In the six quarters I have attended CAVT I have watched it go from a school with excellant teachers to a hostile diploma mill. Almost all of the amazing teachers that used to be at CAVT were fired without reason or quit. Students are charged different prices for the exact same classes. Some students recieve special privalages like getting credit for two classes while only attending one. Cheating is allowed and goes unpunished. The administrative staff (specifically th... Read the full review...

Salem College Review

Reviewed by Monique from Maryland on 2015-10-13

Salem is a unique environment because it brings together a vast mixture of personalities and pushes each individual to thrive in their own original way. I am not sure of another place that allows a large group of students too grow as individual. Salem values individuality and community at the same time. Your peers challenge you in a healthy way to follow your dreams and to explore new options. You learn to appreciate the world in a new way. I've loved by time here and w... Read the full review...

Liberty University Review

Reviewed by WM from SoCAL on 2015-10-09

Faculty pour their hearts into the students. Liberty works hard to ensure that the campus has a positive, healthy climate.... Read the full review...

Ohio University Main Campus Review

Reviewed by Madeline from MA on 2015-10-08

I was only at OU for 1 semester, and had a love-hate relationship with it. The academics were great and I loved all my classes, but had a few HUGE ones 150-450 people. I will say that it had a great "college vibe" and Athens is a great city, but there are so many parties that I found it difficult to focus on school sometimes. I ended up getting off track and wanted to transfer to be able to focus more. Would recommend to someone who could keep social life and school... Read the full review...

Beacon College Review

Reviewed by Graca from California on 2015-10-02

I was a student from 89-92. Durning the time almost all the students came from rich families. This students could do anything they wanted & the college looked the other way. I worked hard in my 3 years. The college didn't help me prepare life after college .... Read the full review...

Washington University in St Louis Review

Reviewed by Ting from Changchun on 2015-10-01

Wash U is fabulous in so many ways: top professors, top students, top facilities, stunning campus, and so much more. The only reason it doesn't get ranked higher is because of the snobbery of people on the east and west coasts. If Wash U was in New York State it would be ranked in the top five nationally.... Read the full review...

Quinsigamond Community College Review

Reviewed by Gabe from Quinsigamond on 2015-09-25

Academics are great and the teachers can either be really awesome or really shitty, but theyre mostly great. There is absolutely no party or bar scene which makes this place pretty much suck, and since it is a community college everyone does their own thing. It is damn near impossible to find a significant other here, nobody is down to have fun because people that come here have really busy or boring lives. The best part about the school is the value for your money. The ... Read the full review...

Clarke University Review

Reviewed by Katie from Chicago, IL on 2015-09-23

I loved being a Clarke student. The best part of Clarke is definitely the faculty and staff, because they truly get invested in who you are and what you need to succeed, and how they can be part of that. I am also really glad that I lived on campus all four years, because it allowed me to be in the know on what was happening, particularly on the weekends. I wasn't into the bar scene much, but Dubuque has so many bars and other colleges that I know there were parties all... Read the full review...

Washington State University Review

Reviewed by Kirsti from Pullman on 2015-09-19

You can't go to wsu and not feel like you're one big family. Academic-wise, though, many professors are flaky (changing due dates multiple times, cancelling class and postponing assignments last minute, not showing up at their office hours without warning) or dont speak english well enough to be teaching a class.... Read the full review...

McCann School of Business and Technology Review

Reviewed by Not_trying_to_get_harassed from Scranton on 2015-09-15

Enroll if you want to be indebted with a degree that does absolutely nothing for you. Their turn over is incredibly high, admissions are told to enroll as many students as possible or lose their jobs. Predatory lending comes to mind. School is all about that money instead of a quality education. Questioning whether this school is even legitimately accredited.... Read the full review...

Hocking College Review

Reviewed by Doug from Kingston Ohio on 2015-09-05

To me Hocking was a good school to begin with, the professors were very helpful and the courses were where you wanted to be starting out. They just started a football team and I think it will help the schools image. I was an older student and thought I might be thought as if I would have been to old to receive my degree it wasn't that way. To me it was away for me to further my education and take pride in what I have done. I take pride in telling anyone that I had gradua... Read the full review...

Juniata College Review

Reviewed by Mary from NYC on 2015-08-29

Juniata is a small school in a pretty area. There is not much around in terms of big city life - all social life takes place on campus. The students are friendly and the professors are pretty good. My son is very happy with his choice. He made friends easily and quickly got involved in campus life - frisbee, tent day, etc.... Read the full review...

Sterling College Review

Reviewed by Alumnus from MT on 2015-08-13

A strong reason for attending college is to exercise critical thinking and communication skills in a manner that, furthermore, is professionally supportive. Everyone at Sterling has the same political beliefs, and regardless, are unable to academically understand opposing arguements, thus making for banal class discussions. Students also attend college to mingle with people from different backgrounds and to be exposed to new interests. Sterling's student body is mostly w... Read the full review...

The Art Institute of Charlotte Review

Reviewed by Lea from Charlotte, NC on 2015-08-09

I am naturally shy and introverted. One day I decided to open up and make a point to interact and connect with others, especially faculty, every day. They are great and will help you immensely. Don\'t be afraid to ask for help. Great school. I\'m working hard and I plan to have a good career doing what I love.... Read the full review...

Sweet Briar College Review

Reviewed by Katie from Ashburn, VA on 2015-08-07

This college offers a fabulous academic environment. It has 3250 acres of rolling hills to hike and bike. Relax at the boathouse or scratch the noses of our sweet horses. The school offers small hands-on classes, accessible professors, and rigorous academics. Have a question in class? Ask it. Want to take a course in something completely outside your major? Go for it. (I took equestrian, organ, fencing, and art history). Students are leaders in everything ins... Read the full review...

Sweet Briar College Review

Reviewed by Lou from Illinois on 2015-08-06

As a parent, I would say campus safety was the top thing that made me feel at ease sending my first year 12 hours away from home. The campus is beautiful. The most gorgeous I have ever visited. The faculty and staff are wonderful. The are readily available. They appear to really love what they do, and genuinely care about the students. Many live on campus. One even brought his dog to class! My daughter loved the opportunity to do funded research her first year. The adva... Read the full review...

Sweet Briar College Review

Reviewed by Laura from Portland, OR on 2015-08-05

It\'s a small community. So the bar scene on campus is non-existent and the social life very different from that of a large university. However, many faculty and staff live on campus and the remainder very near - I had professors regularly invite us to their homes and keep office hours well into the night.\n\nThe bathroom situation - at least when I was there in 2007 - was far superior to most college dorms I visited. Communal bathrooms are never glamorous, but when your... Read the full review...

Sweet Briar College Review

Reviewed by Shannon from Camp Hill, PA on 2015-08-05

Never before in my life have I been able to find a place that so completely accepts the individual that I am. I have personal connections with nearly every one of my faculty members. The friendships that I have fostered here at Sweet Briar are some of the nearest and dearest I have ever experienced. While many of my friends graduated with the class of 2015, I have no doubt that we will remain close, despite being states apart. As someone who visited SBC to prove that it ... Read the full review...

Denver School of Nursing Review

Reviewed by B from Denver, CO on 2015-08-05

If you are considering attending this school please RETHINK your decision! I was attracted to DSN for the small class sizes and accelerated BSN-RN program, so I felt the high price I paid was justifiable. I wish someone would have warned me before. In one year of attending their 2 year program I have had 2 good, competent teachers. Aside from those 2, my teachers have taught outdated information, given test that they were not able to correctly answer the questions to (an... Read the full review...

Lincoln College of Technology Florence Review

Reviewed by Lace from KY on 2015-08-03

This school doesn\'t even exist in this area any longer. They shut down and I cannot find another school that will accept my gen ed credits. No \"actual\" school acknowledges them. Not to mention, when I did go to school there, they changed the policy from 12 week classes to 6 week classes (for medical training!) and blamed it on the federal government, which turned out to be a lie. They also refused to provide students with detailed bills. We started re-using the same b... Read the full review...

Alfred University Review

Reviewed by Dee from Alfred on 2015-07-25

This school is for Art and Engineer Students. They have other majors here but the school doesn\'t focus too much on us. We\'re located in a small town and the nearest walmart is a couple miles away. If you don\'t have a car you\'re screwed. The parties here are nothing like anything you see on tv. You have your typical house parties full of drunk kids. The winters here are brutal. I MEAN ALMOST CANADA BRUTAL. No matter how much snow falls or are on the ground you will ha... Read the full review...

University of Oregon Review

Reviewed by Sohler from Seattle, WA on 2015-07-25

The University of Oregon may have built a reputation on their athletic department, but one can be confident in the academic department as well. Personally, as a hopeful marine biology student, I can say that their areas of study are truly eye opening and can inspire anybody to \"dive in\" so to speak. I enjoyed the atmosphere as a whole and hope I am accepted into the University of Oregon... Read the full review...

Brigham Young University Provo Review

Reviewed by James from New England on 2015-07-16

As long as you're cool with the Honor Code (which eliminates any chance of traditional college partying), this is one of the best colleges in the country. Outstanding in every way, with top-notch academics. You'll be extremely well positioned for a great career or grad school. (BYU positioned me for a prestigious business career and then getting into grad school in the Ivy League.)... Read the full review...

Northwestern College Review

Reviewed by Sarah from Oklahoma on 2015-07-05

In my time at Northwestern I really appreciated the academics and the campus atmosphere. I really, respected my professors and felt like they wanted the best for me. I was challenged and encouraged. The campus is very nice, and we had a great calendar of campus events. HOWEVER, I did not choose to finish my degree at NWC. (1) Northwestern is very Reformed, but I found that the values and faith they presented during visits weren't really there in daily campus life (ta... Read the full review...

Northeastern State University Review

Reviewed by Sarah from Oklahoma on 2015-07-05

NSU is a great school if you want to stay in the area or are looking for a university with a relaxed atmosphere. For the most part I had pretty good professors, but it was hit-or-miss. The gen-eds and some of the fields of study are not challenging, but there are some departments that are (once you get into your major). There have been many improvements to campus since I was a student. The science and athletic departments receive pretty much all of the money (I th... Read the full review...

SUNY at Binghamton Review

Reviewed by Stephanie from New york on 2015-07-05

Joining clubs and teams are necessary to have an interesting campus life. There are plenty of activities to attend if you are actively looking for them. Although there are places for nightlife, it's generally not too bad.... Read the full review...

Saint Xavier University Review

Reviewed by Nadia from Chicago, IL on 2015-06-23

Beautiful school! Perfect for someone who isn't into partying but loves to socialize!... Read the full review...

St Louis College of Pharmacy Review

Reviewed by N/A from St. Louis, MO on 2015-06-22

First of all, this college is now a seven-year program with 3 years of undergrad, and four years of a professional pharmacy program. Graduates receive a bachelors in either Health Sciences or Health Humanities after 4 years, then if they continue the program, receive their PharmD after an additional 2 years of schooling and 1 year of rotations. I think this college has a high reputation. I would recommend it for students who like a small college atmosphere. The professo... Read the full review...

Massachusetts Institute of Technology Review

Reviewed by J from Cambridge, MA on 2015-06-04

Amazing university! Totally worth the trouble of applying, even if you have a small chance of getting in.... Read the full review...

The Art Institute of Virginia Beach Review

Reviewed by Rusty from Virginia Beach on 2015-06-04

This is pretty much like any other Art Institute you've heard of. It's very expensive, and the classes sometimes feel they are not worth the money. The small class sizes are great. It gives you a lot of one on one time with the professors. The student body get along well, and there's a few clubs and stuff to pick from to socialize. All in all, it's a good school, not a great school.... Read the full review...

Florida State University Review

Reviewed by Anonymous from Miami, FL on 2015-05-03

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University of Oregon Review

Reviewed by Andrew from Stanton on 2015-04-28

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University of Miami Review

Reviewed by Sean from NJ on 2015-04-28

This beautiful setting with good looking students comes at an extremely steep price. While Miami is a fine schoolit is not a elite scholl and the the ^2k nut is just too much.... Read the full review...

New York University Review

Reviewed by Frankie from USA on 2015-04-25

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Wayne County Community College Review

Reviewed by Stan from Wyandotte, MI on 2015-04-21

I attended night school while working full-time. I consider the preparation I received as very adequate for transfer to a senior college. The instructors for the most part were high school teachers with masters degrees in their area of instruction.... Read the full review...

Fayetteville State University Review

Reviewed by Courtney from Fayetteville, NC on 2015-04-20

Great school. If I could do it all over again would I choose Fayetteville State University? Yes I would!! Great HBCU! Has a wonderful Teacher Education program. The nursing program just passed the NCLEX 100%. I would recommend it!... Read the full review...

McCann School of Business and Technology Review

Reviewed by Anonymous from Wilkes Barre, PA on 2015-04-20

This place is a joke. When I enrolled they told me I'd start at 15 or more an hour, lie. They were very high pressure and constantly called me until I enrolled. All you hear in the hallways are people yelling profanity, wearing streets clothes and smelling strongly of weed. People come up there for free money. There was a provisional student cursing and yelling at someonebecause her money won't be released to her until she completes her provisional period. Other people... Read the full review...

Loyola University New Orleans Review

Reviewed by Anonymous from New Orleans on 2015-04-09

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University of Massachusetts Lowell Review

Reviewed by Rebecca from Lowell, MA on 2015-04-08

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Sterling College Review

Reviewed by Kevin from CT on 2015-04-04

Sterling is a unique community allowing for close knit relationships and open communication. Students at Sterling are expected to be fully integrated into this atmosphere as it doesn't allow for "slipping through the cracks". The student body has a wide range of ages and backgrounds.... Read the full review...

Northcentral University Review

Reviewed by Delores from Michigan on 2015-03-25

Most students are at the graduate level. Masters programs are easier. The doctoral programs have much to be desired. It is a profit making school run by business people. Changes occur constantly, therefore even if a student is working on something, they must adhere to the new changes. After passing the comprehensive exam, there is an extensive concept paper (CP) required (maybe 40-50 pages) before you can start your dissertation proposal. It is not uncommon for students ... Read the full review...

Tulane University of Louisiana Review

Reviewed by Jamie from NY on 2015-03-24

I have two brothers who attended Tulane and I am now attending. Amazing people, beautiful campus, dedicated staff, and just an overall amazing school located right in the heart of the best city in the world.... Read the full review...

Lasell College Review

Reviewed by Samantha B. from Auburndale, MA on 2015-03-24

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McCann School of Business and Technology Review

Reviewed by Rachel from Allentown, PA on 2015-03-20

Huge waste of money! I am so sorry that I did not look at other options when I went back to school. Everyone that works there is incompetent. Oh, and they are a bunch of liars! don't expect to be able to do anything with a degree from McCann, or get a quality education.... Read the full review...

Le Cordon Bleu College of Culinary Arts Scottsdale Review

Reviewed by Marie from Phoenix, AZ on 2015-03-13

Some of the classes aren't what they say they are...the Wine class couldn't get wine so we sat and did nothing, but still had to attend...there were times the instructors wouldn't come to class. There are some amazing instructors but then you have the "chefs" who are there to try to prove they are better....have students they prefer and students they don't like. Your screwed if you are one of those... there is no back up for student complaints. Most of my class dropped o... Read the full review...

Fordham University Review

Reviewed by Luke from Bethany, CT on 2015-02-26

It's a great place to start a whole new life for yourself. Very nice campus, Very beautiful around spring time. Great academics and great teachers that will help you go through your academics.... Read the full review...

The University of Texas at San Antonio Review

Reviewed by Richard from San Antonio, TX on 2015-02-21

UTSA is growing in regards to the physical campus and academically. The metrics presented on this website are out of date and if you apply based on what you have read here, you stand a very good chance of being disappointed. SAT requirements today are higher as are those for graduate school and evidently will continue to go up throughout the rest of this decade. Check the school's website for what you will actually need to gain acceptance into UTSA.... Read the full review...

Virginia Military Institute Review

Reviewed by Larry from Richmond, VA on 2015-02-09

VMI is a MILITARY college. Student life is highly regimented with students or 'cadets' wearing uniforms, attending military duty, living in a barracks with a very Spartan life style. Both the academics and the lifestyle required of a cadet are challenging which tends to reduce graduation rates. A student must succeed not only in class, but in a challenging extracurricular environment.... Read the full review...

Rhodes College Review

Reviewed by Ally from Memphis, TN on 2015-02-09

Rhodes is not a big-name school. That said, the academics are vigorous and it hard to easy "get by." The student:faculty ratio is fantastic (10:1) and therefore students enjoy a great deal of one-on-one attention. However, this comes with high expectations that you must be prepared to meet. Outside the classroom, the opportunities available for service in memphis are many and allow students to broaden their horizons, often while earning college credit or acting as Rhod... Read the full review...

Columbia Southern University Review

Reviewed by Kelly from Orlando, FL on 2015-02-03

Columbia Southern University is an online school. I will complete my degree in June of this year with a GPA of 3.8. This is not a degree mill school. You have to work for your grade. Great school... Read the full review...

Schenectady County Community College Review

Reviewed by Katie from Schenectady, NY on 2015-01-31

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Gettysburg College Review

Reviewed by Bob from New Jersey on 2015-01-29

As a parent of a current Gettysburg student, I could not be happier than I am with the school. From my very first visit, I just was so pleasantly surprised at how happy all the students I met seemed to be with the school. It is set in a beautiful town which even if you are not a civil war buff and I am not is still a nice town to walk around in. The campus is one of the most beautiful I have ever seen and I have seen many. As far as safety, the scariest moment in my ... Read the full review...

McCann School of Business and Technology Review

Reviewed by Edward from Hazleton, PA on 2015-01-26

Go to a regular college one that is accredited. Stay far away from MCCann unless you like being lied to.... Read the full review...

University of Notre Dame Review

Reviewed by John from Ohio on 2015-01-19

Needs more diversity. No college town "vibe". If interested in Greek system, don't ignore ND. The entire campus is Greek-like through the dorms. One of the best school spirit schools out there. We've had experience with 6 schools through parents and kids.... Read the full review...

Princeton University Review

Reviewed by Anonymous from Princeton, NJ on 2015-01-13

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Haverford College Review

Reviewed by Kyle from New York, NY on 2014-12-31

Haverford College boast the second highest 4 year graduation rate in the nation of all colleges and universities. While the sticker price is among the highest in the country students get their moneys worth with small classes and individual attention by outstanding faculty. You will receive an excellent education at Haverford. Very high acceptance to grad school which will show up statistically when researching average salary for new graduates but, as in my case, pays of... Read the full review...

College of William and Mary Review

Reviewed by Karen from Fairfax,VA on 2014-12-23

William & Mary is considered a "Public Ivy". A truly academic-focused school that attracts very bright students. The school's undergraduate faculty are ranked among the very best in the country. Diverse student body. Many options socially, although the party scene lags behind many less academically-focused colleges. Williamsburg is a great college town with incredible history.... Read the full review...

Prairie View A & M University Review

Reviewed by Elvin from Houston, TX on 2014-12-17

The classes are good size for effective learning & teaching. The campus life is electric and school spirit is like none other!!!!! WHO YA ROUTIN FOR!!!!!!!! P.V.U.... Read the full review...

Toccoa Falls College Review

Reviewed by Anonymous from on 2014-12-12

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Haverford College Review

Reviewed by Frank from Pasadnea, CA on 2014-12-02

Outstanding faculty offering individual accessibility. With a non egotistical attitude toward "prestige " those who know, know Haverford.... Read the full review...

Bethel College Mishawaka Review

Reviewed by Lars from Indiana on 2014-11-17

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University of Phoenix Boston Campus Review

Reviewed by Anonymous from on 2014-11-14

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Scripps College Review

Reviewed by Barbara S. from New York on 2014-11-12

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Bay State College Review

Reviewed by Jen from Boston, MA on 2014-11-03

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Haverford College Review

Reviewed by Frank from Philadelphia, PA on 2014-10-31

Excellent faculty with all classes taught by professors. Outstanding individual attention. Very high rate of student accepted to top grad schools.\nAt Haverford College will not only learn your major but you will be taught how to think well in all areas.... Read the full review...

Bay State College Review

Reviewed by Don from Rollins on 2014-10-29

Caring and supportive staff. Excellent programs.... Read the full review...

Berkshire Community College Review

Reviewed by Jane from Massachusetts on 2014-10-27

I feel as though Berkshire Community College does not recognize outstanding students with high GPA's, and instead provides the highest scholarships to sub par students. Hard work and determination should be better observed and rewarded, as current methods of scholarship recipient selection are not designed to reward students with academic excellence, self determination, and participation in community service. The school is very affordable, and is definitely worth the in... Read the full review...

Coastal Carolina University Review

Reviewed by Jo from Columbia, SC on 2014-10-25

One of the top schools in the state of South Carolina... Read the full review...

Brigham Young University Provo Review

Reviewed by Shelby from Florida on 2014-10-21

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Yuba College Review

Reviewed by Mary from Linda, CA on 2014-10-15

I think that there should be more security and a better campus.... Read the full review...

Ohio Christian University Review

Reviewed by Anonymous from Circleville, OH on 2014-10-07

Administration are all related, don't care about the students.... Read the full review...

Westwood College South Bay Review

Reviewed by Anonymous from on 2014-10-05

School is a train wreck!... Read the full review...

Evangel University Review

Reviewed by Matthew from Springfield, MO on 2014-10-01

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William Peace University Review

Reviewed by Jani from Raleigh, NC on 2014-09-08

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McCann School of Business and Technology Review

Reviewed by Chris from Dickson City, PA on 2014-09-05

Teachers are actually in your field of study however you can't do a damn thing with a degree from McCann. Waste of Money.... Read the full review...

University of Mississippi Review

Reviewed by Lily from Oxford, MS on 2014-09-03

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Aviator College of Aeronautical Science and Technology Review

Reviewed by Will from Florida on 2014-08-30

It is a great school to learn about aviation. The instructors do care about their students which is plus. Dorms can be nasty if you have roommates that dont clean after themselves. Managment is okay and their fleet is currently upgrading. Their check instructors are fair except two because they are scared to fly.... Read the full review...

Triangle Tech Inc Greensburg Review

Reviewed by Mathew from Greensburg, PA on 2014-08-27

I have just started at Greensburg for welding. Our current instructor who is a new hire has no experience teaching or instructing. We have been given tests that he cant answer the questions to, he is unable to tell the difference between metric and standard, chews during class even though there is a no tobacco policy, makes up answers that he does not know the answer to, give tests on chapters not covered, skips material in the book he is not familiar with so we only le... Read the full review...

Wayne County Community College District Review

Reviewed by JT from Detroit, MI on 2014-08-26

Financial Aid office is very unprofessional. Every semester I had a problem and they sent me in circles. Everybody in there puts you off on somebody else. Some good instructors though. Read the reviews about them before you take their class. Financial Aid staff get an F- Students act like 4th graders if the teacher allows it. The only college that starts off in the Fall and not offer classes to start a program. Horrible curriculum!!!... Read the full review...

Kaplan University Hagerstown Campus Review

Reviewed by Jennifer from New Market, MD on 2014-08-26

Halfway through my AAS in Paralegal Studies and have not had any problems with Kaplan.... Read the full review...

University of North Texas Review

Reviewed by Cristal from Denton on 2014-08-11

Very diverse.... Read the full review...

Cottey College Review

Reviewed by Anonymous from Canada on 2014-08-07

Terrible experience, college not as described in their literature. Financial Aid Dept. unhelpful, quality of education has suffered with new President Dr. Rodgers.... Read the full review...

Colorado Technical University Online Review

Reviewed by Kat from California on 2014-08-03

Do not attend this school. It is a huge rip off. Heed my warning. Im 60k in debt for 3 years of school and I can't even pass a decent exam for my job feild, even though I aced all my classes. Do not attend this school.... Read the full review...

Roger Williams University Review

Reviewed by Anonymous from on 2014-07-26

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McCann School of Business and Technology Review

Reviewed by Jen from Dickson City on 2014-07-23

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Allan Hancock College Review

Reviewed by James from Ventura CA on 2014-07-23

Allan Hancock College superbly prepared me for my career in Information Technology by giving me excellent communication and technical skills. I am very pleased with my experience there. I went on to get my BS in Organizational Management from the University of La Verne and it was a breeze because of my previous education at Allan Hancock. Thanks!... Read the full review...

Washington and Lee University Review

Reviewed by Drew from Lexington, VA on 2014-06-27

W&L is a great school all-around. Academically it is undisputedly one of the top liberal arts schools in the country. One unique academic charactarstic about W&L is the AACSB accredited business school which is highly unusual for a college of W&L's size. W&L has one of the largest (some years THE largest) percentage of students participating in greek life.... Read the full review...

Mount St Mary's University Review

Reviewed by Stan from NJ on 2014-05-19

It has only been one semester and our daughter has been transformed from a hesitant, unassured teenager to a confident, believing, and determined woman in more ways than one. I couldn't be happier with our choice as a family to attend this university. She has developed a love for the outdoors through the crux program, and is now becoming a leader for them. As a Catholic family we are happy that Mass is so available and that our daughter has continued to grow in her ... Read the full review...

Taylor University Review

Reviewed by Pete from Michigan on 2014-05-17

A great school for students seeking an actual education, without all the distractions a state school can have. Small class size and personal attention from Professors, is a huge benefit. There is a great sense of community, and a wide range of sports available.... Read the full review...

Dutchess Community College Review

Reviewed by Brian from Poughkeepsie, NY on 2014-05-01

The academic programs and professors are great, except social life isn't that great. It's very hard to find friends unless you join a club or something, especially since people go to class, ... Read the full review...

Randolph College Review

Reviewed by Meg from Lynchburg, VA on 2014-05-01

Randolph is academically amazing, we really do have THE BEST faculty. The administration is absolute shit though and housing is iffy.... Read the full review...

Brown Mackie College Tucson Review

Reviewed by June from Tucson, Az on 2014-04-28

I had a couple of teachers that were not even teachers. They were hired because of their background, I guess when you work on a field you can teach what you do without having any teaching experience. I was disappointed when getting a teacher who didn't know what they're doing and failing the class because of it. Sadly that teacher still works there. Several students reported the situation to the dean but nothing was resolve. The financial department didn't help. They gav... Read the full review...

McCann School of Business and Technology Review

Reviewed by Joe from Pottsville, PA on 2014-04-28

BEWARE!!! Stay far away. They offer you the world and you get nothing. Students are told that there is a 90% job placement upon graduation. Lie number 1, everyone I spoke to never had any help with this school finding a job. This brings me to lie 2 they told me there was an excellent career services department. I received 1 phone call since graduation to tell me there was a career fair. I received a technology degree from this place and I believe I am no where near ready... Read the full review...

Florida International University Review

Reviewed by Daniel from Miami, FL on 2014-04-23

I was a grad student in the 2012-2013 year. Grad students (at least in the College of Nursing) were being financially abused. The rate of grad in-state tuition (by Board of Governors - BOG - that oversees FL public universities) was $422.16 per credit. We were charged that, and an extra $230 per credit (=$690 more per course, $13,800 more for program). This fee not properly disclosed to students before enrolling, the dept. chair could not say fee was for, only that with... Read the full review...



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