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Edgewood College

Reviewed by L******e from Madison

Depressing ;( it's like HS but you pay thousands for it. The teachers are literally clueless and the students think they are so smart because they go to a private school, even though everyone knows the only went ther because they were too stupid to get into uw Madison. Only2 people to start a club and usually it's only the 2 people that show up.they give out degrees to people who can't barley read also.lots wrong with this school, afterall,it is a liberal arts "school"...   Read the full review...

Delta State University

Reviewed by W******m from Madison,MS

Honestly this is one of the best schools you can go to for the money. If you?re interested in small class sizes and caring professors then this is the school for you. I wouldn?t have gone to any other school in the state. If you?re looking to get your degree in a timely manner with not a whole lot of distractions then Delta State is perfect...   Read the full review...

Emory University

Reviewed by R******o from Tempe, Arizona (US)

Rich kid school. Alot of foreign students and students from NE USA.VERY GREEK SOCIAL LIFE. Parking and traffic a challenge on and around campus. Had great men's soccer team during my years 2007-2011....   Read the full review...

Savannah State University

Reviewed by M******a from Savannah state

Savannah State is an amazing school. The campus is beautiful and the faculty and staff really care....   Read the full review...

Georgia State University

Reviewed by A******x from Cumming, GA

Professors and academics are good. It's a good place to go if you want a degree from a reputable institution at a relatively inexpensive price. If you're looking for social life, this is not the place for you. Many students drive in for classes and then drive back home to the suburbs. Downtown night life is available but safety outside of campus is a concern. ...   Read the full review...

Howard Community College

Reviewed by A******h from Boston MA

I like the diversity and also the different programs ....   Read the full review...

Brigham Young University Provo

Reviewed by B****** from Provo, UT

BYU is a great school although it is very difficult and there is a lot of homework, so don't slack off and don't procrastinate....   Read the full review...

Cornell University

Reviewed by A******a from Hong Kong

Cornell is intellectually stimulating and life changing. It fosters us to be critical and mindful thinkers. I am so fortunate to have been a part of the Cornell community. Words just aren't enough to express my gratitude towards Cornell....   Read the full review...

Morris College

Reviewed by J******n from North Carolina

MORRIS College is not a good school. Technology is at least ten years old. The student body as a whole is not very motivated I would not recommend this school. ...   Read the full review...

Savannah State University

Reviewed by L******r from Charlotte NC

Savannah State had a pleasant social and academic atomsphere. Staff, professors and students engaged with one another in cordial and family like manner. The campus is lovely with buzz of energy. Its near historic downtown Savannah and Tybee Island beach. My experience at Savannah State was blessing and it didn't break the bank. ...   Read the full review...