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Western Carolina University

Reviewed by A******h from Cullowhee, NC on 2018-07-19

WCU is an amazing school for the adventurous and fun. With plenty of outdoor sports and such to keep you busy on a good weather day and tons of on campus activities to keep you busy on the bad ones. The professors are dedicated and give you the one-on-one attention you need. Advisors are helpful and always available. Western makes the transition from home to college seamless and fun while pushing you to succeed. I love Western!!...   Read the full review...

Miller Motte Technical College

Reviewed by L****** from Mississippi on 2018-07-18

This is a horrible school to attend. Please do not enroll at Miller-Motte. This has been my biggest mistake ever and the Financial Aide Department is a disaster. ...   Read the full review...

The University of Alabama

Reviewed by P******m from Nashville, TN on 2018-07-16

I had the best undergraduate college experience at University of Alabama! I've gone on to get a master's degree, as well as a post'master's, and am now working on my doctorate at Vanderbilt University....   Read the full review...

H Councill Trenholm State Technical College

Reviewed by C******k from Prattville, Al on 2018-07-16

Trenholm programs are very reasonable, trengolm staff and teachers help you to the max. You will also graduate debt free and earn a great education at the same time. ...   Read the full review...

The Evergreen State College

Reviewed by L******s from WA on 2018-07-14

The best Native American Studies school...   Read the full review...

Harper College

Reviewed by T******J from Mt Prospect, IL on 2018-07-13

Mixed bag here. Teachers are really good. No housing have to live at home. Party at your own risk lots of weird kids here. No social life. Clubs are meh....   Read the full review...

Sewanee The University of the South

Reviewed by N******N from H on 2018-07-13

Sewanee is a special type of college for a special type of student. Don't come here if you want to live in a large college town or a big city. Sewanee is very rural, but there are still plenty of things to do....   Read the full review...

Carlow University

Reviewed by S******S from Pittsburgh on 2018-07-12

Just graduated with a degree in social work and honestly I regret going to Carlow. Most professors I had were great social workers but terrible professors. The school was incredibly cliquey and if you weren?t in the clique, forget about extra curriculars. I felt like I learned nothing not from lack of trying, but from lack of teaching skills as opposed to story telling. At least for the social work program, I would suggest going elsewhere....   Read the full review...

Mercyhurst College

Reviewed by d******n from Washington DC. on 2018-07-11

Top /Law enforcement Grads along with Intelligence Grads in the country. Absolutely ready for the work force, first day after graduation. ...   Read the full review...

Soka University of America

Reviewed by S******t from Aliso Viejo on 2018-07-11

In terms of interpersonal relationships (including dating), it's sometimes too small for college students, but overall it is a wonderful place to study....   Read the full review...