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Azusa Pacific University

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

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

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

Reviewed by Jenna from LA on 2016-01-27

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SUNY College of Agriculture and Technology at Cobleskill

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

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

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The Illinois Institute of Art Chicago

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

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

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

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...