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Millennia Atlantic University

Reviewed by J******o from doral, florida on 2018-05-24

VERY GOOD SCHOOL...   Read the full review...

SUNY at Albany

Reviewed by A******s from Albany on 2018-05-24

I think that its a good school to be in but its not diverse and the tuition is too high specifically for families that get less than 20,000 yearly income....and students that really want to go there should be taken seriously even if interview is needed...not everyone gets the grades they want...example: i set very high standards for myself but because i don't have as much access to education as another rich person have i don't understand math that well but i try my best ...   Read the full review...

Pratt Institute Main

Reviewed by Z******h from Brooklyn, New York on 2018-05-22

It is a really good school overall....   Read the full review...

University of Central Florida

Reviewed by W******l from Palm Beach on 2018-05-18

Wonderful, growing university. Fond memories, great education, and it?s nice to come back to watch our winning football program. ...   Read the full review...

Kean University

Reviewed by n******n from n on 2018-05-18

One of NJ's best schools, the money for in-state is unbeatable...   Read the full review...

Western Washington University

Reviewed by I****** from 98225 on 2018-05-18

Very friendly students and faculty. A big emphasis on open-mindedness and inclusiveness. CS program is not language-based, so a CS training is applicable to a lot more positions. ...   Read the full review...

University of Arkansas at Little Rock

Reviewed by A******n from UALR on 2018-05-17

Meh, average state university. Diversity is really high. Not much of a nightlife considering the location of campus. Residence life is pretty average with the old dorms for upperclassmen and newest dorm for freshmen. Not that the older dorms are bad. There are bad and good professors as I have experienced. Was not impressed by the classes I have taken, not academically challenged and got bored easily. Value for money is great though if you are from in-state....   Read the full review...

University of Miami

Reviewed by N******t from New York, NY on 2018-05-16

Incredible experience both socially and academically. Will give you the ability to transition anywhere!...   Read the full review...

Georgetown University

Reviewed by L******G from Atlanta, GA on 2018-05-13

I matriculated at Georgetown U. for my undergraduate degree. If you are interested in government, politics, political science, international affairs, international business, pre-med or are looking for a classic liberal arts course of study, it is hard to beat Georgetown! The school attracts very bright students from every corner of the US and from numerous countries around the globe. If you are a focused student who has a clear since if what excites you, then Georgetown ...   Read the full review...

Anna Maria College

Reviewed by E******e from Paxton, MA on 2018-05-13

I love Anna Maria College so very much! It is truly a community where people are friendly and service-oriented. I have felt most comfortable being who I truly am here and I know that others do, as well. Yes, it is a college founded by the catholic Sisters of Saint Anne, but all are welcome here. I have been inspired by the campus ministry director who invites all to be who they are and practice what they believe even at religious-based celebrations. Oh, and the campus gr...   Read the full review...