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Kennesaw State University

Reviewed by C******r from Kennesaw

Good school for students who are not trying to change the world, but find their own passion and build the foundation for a good life. If you live in the area, and you can get in, it is easily best value for your money college. It is what you make of it. If you are smart and want to transfer, that's alright; transfer after 1 year. Marietta campus is kinda lame. Kennesaw campus is kinda basic. Professors can be great or terrible, many faculty are subpar. Not the greatest f...   Read the full review...

University of the Pacific

Reviewed by B******t from Southern California

Excellent university. Pricey but worth it. Pharm.D. program is a great way to prepare for a well-paying, highly respected, and in-demand profession. Chemistry department is excellent. Greek life is a great way to ensure an active social life. There are a lot of attractive students of European ancestry. ...   Read the full review...

Hudson County Community College

Reviewed by D******n from Jersey City, NJ

The community of students are open minded. There are plenty of organazations that students can join. Incoming freshmen should consider looking into the EOF program for assistance with getting help adjusting to college life. They have starbucks in the library so that helps as well. the professors have a passion for their job so it makes learning easier to understand from a students perspective. ...   Read the full review...

Franklin and Marshall College

Reviewed by J******n from Philadelphia

F&M is the epitome of the liberal arts experience. I had the opportunity to explore esoteric topics in depth, such as dynamic steady state systems, and broader areas of study (including linguistics and psychology), while majoring in government and economics. F&M positioned me well for success - first at law school and then with the intellectual and work demands as a first year associate at a law firm. I am sure that it varies from student to student, but I could not ha...   Read the full review...

Louisiana Tech University

Reviewed by H******s from Dallas/Fort Worth, TX

This is one of the best universities in the country. It has great education and you earn real world experiences while in college which prepares you for the workforce. Overall an incredible place...   Read the full review...

National American University Overland Park

Reviewed by W******. from Washington State

I took the Business Management Associates Degree program and had the best experience! I was able to graduate early thanks to their wide variety of classes and scheduling they offer....   Read the full review...

Rend Lake College

Reviewed by M******e from Missouri

Great two-year college. Perfect school for skills-based degrees and/or students looking to transfer to a four-year university. ...   Read the full review...

Wiley College

Reviewed by J******a from Fort Worth Texas

Great higher education experience. College with pride and integrity. ...   Read the full review...

University at Buffalo

Reviewed by P******e from Buffalo, NY

Very good value for money. This school has two kinds of students: ones who want to get their degree and get out, or those who would rather spend all their time in frat basements. It's like an airport. Everyone's just trying to go their own way, without unnecessary contact with others and with minimal pride for their school. No one absolutely loves being here, we all tolerate it for the price. Teachers are like airport staff. They're good at what they do, they'll help you...   Read the full review...

The College of Idaho

Reviewed by J******h from Caldwell, ID

The C of I is an above average school where profs actually care about their students. In addition, the campus is diverse and the people are inclusive. ...   Read the full review...