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William Woods University

Reviewed by B******d from Maryland on 2019-03-11

Difficult and challenging! Great school! Get your MBA from WWU and good things happen. Very hard and a lot of work. Hard to balance work and school..

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William Woods University

Reviewed by A****** from Fulton, MO on 2018-02-16

William Woods is an absolute s***hole. Please sit back and enjoy this tea-spilling review of truth. The dorms are subpar, definitely not the quality you?d expect from a private university. Upon moving in my dorm was infested with cockroaches. Let me debunk LEAD award. The scholarship forces students to go to events so the school can take pictures of how ?active? campus is for their social media. Every student is offered the scholarship and it seems to be more of a fine for students that don?t attend As far as academia goes, William Woods is easier than my high school. If you?re looking to get an education and not just a degree then keep looking. Be prepared to gain the freshman 30 at William Wood?s dining hall. You might as well be drinking grease. if you?re looking for another round of high school in the middle of nowhere then William Woods is the place for you! If you want to fulfill the obese uncultured American stereotype (or if you already do) then you?ll fit right in.

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