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University of Southern California

Reviewed by P******r from Los Angeles on 2018-11-10

Had a blast during my time there. ...   Read the full review...

Grand Canyon University

Reviewed by T******h from Glendale on 2018-11-09

Compared to other universities, Grand Canyon is much smaller, so if you are strictly looking for a smaller community then this is a good college to consider. Grand Canyons main headline may be "Private Christian Affordable," but the university is also open to any other religion or beliefs so there's no need to worry about being able to "conform" because there are plenty of students there who walk their own path....   Read the full review...

Hussian School of Art

Reviewed by A****** from pennsylvania on 2018-11-08

This school is a for-profit school. Stay away nothing gets done around here and you can not chose classes. The school changes leadership and curriculum every two years and is never consistent. Go to temple because the in-state tuition is cheaper....   Read the full review...

Middle Tennessee State University

Reviewed by B******a from Tennessee (TN) on 2018-11-06

The Campus is not safe at night, no matter what. If at all possible avoid it. I myself have been mugged....   Read the full review...

Naugatuck Valley Community College

Reviewed by A******y from Waterbury, CT on 2018-11-06

This is a TOTALLY ALL LIBERAL THOUGHT COLLEGE. There is NO ROOM for anything considered Conservative. All classes are taught with the Liberal Agenda Philosophy....   Read the full review...

Miller Motte Technical College

Reviewed by L******E from Georgia on 2018-11-05

I am currently a student here who is currently waitig on my refund since July i have been getting the run around everytime its something new. When i first started I ask is this a online school or hands on and they told me hands on basically you do everything online you are in the classroom with a teacher for a few hours maybe one or two days out the week. You basically teaching yourself and they charge you all this money and then screw up your financial aid and its sad b...   Read the full review...

Harvey Mudd College

Reviewed by R******d from California on 2018-11-04

There are two main differences which set HMC apart from all other educational institutions, the honor code and the ITR. Honor code means take-home tests, open book exams, camaraderie, and less cheating. This type of environment fosters the strongest work ethics and best fertile foundation for innovation. ITR means ineligible to re-register. Students regularly ITR (kicked out) when they can't take the stress of competition amongst themselves. This type of competition lays...   Read the full review...

Nova Southeastern University

Reviewed by J******a from Davie, FL on 2018-11-03

Academically an amazing school. Cost of tuition is insane but once you are in class and see the resources offered it makes a bit of sense. Housing is unnecessarily costly and is not worth the money. ...   Read the full review...

City Colleges of Chicago Olive Harvey College

Reviewed by J******n from Mcain on 2018-10-29

I think it is very useful to go to a free college first so that you can pay off your student loans....   Read the full review...

Wofford College

Reviewed by S******n from Columbia, SC on 2018-10-29

Wofford is a fantastic small college. I loved every minute of my college experience there. Having graduated from a large high school with more than 600 students in my graduating class, it was nice to be on a small campus. My professors challenged me but also offered incredible support. It was not uncommon for my advisor to see me in the hall and call me in to his office just to chat and catch up. I liked the smaller class size and how accessible the professors were. Unli...   Read the full review...