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Johnson County Community College Review

Reviewed by Andrew from Overland Park on 2019-01-18

Great campus, does not have on campus housing but has plenty of apartments nearby....   Read the full review...

Miller Motte College Raleigh Review

Reviewed by Petrina from Cary on 2019-01-16

Terrible education. Miller-Motte only cares about money. Refunds were supposed to be given and never were. Students who did not complete hours or assignments somehow still graduated on time to keep their numbers looking good. WASTE OF MONEY!! Do not go here....   Read the full review...

Norwich University Review

Reviewed by Colin Kenny from Ottawa Ontario Canada on 2019-01-16

A good place to get your act together. The military aspect of Norwich is a tremendous plus that 99% of other universities just can't match. The values exemplified by the Honor Code and the opportunity to learn the basics of leadership. ...   Read the full review...

Fortis College Review

Reviewed by former teacher from Westerville, Ohio on 2019-01-16

Prospective students, do not waste your money. Prospective teachers, do not waste your time. The place is not regionally accredited, costs ten times as much as nearby nonprofit schools and has programs on probation as well as high dropout rates and very low rates of successful job placement. Students are chronically disgruntled, faculty work nights and days without benefits and there is almost no interaction between faculty and administrators, who are frequently absent f...   Read the full review...

Sandhills Community College Review

Reviewed by Kelly from North Carolina on 2019-01-15

I've known of sandhills since 2009 and have attended since the end of 2017 and love my experience with the college! ...   Read the full review...

Columbia College Chicago Review

Reviewed by John Smith from South Loop on 2019-01-11

If you love the city atmosphere and are a person that "can hang" then this is the school for you. ...   Read the full review...

Texas State University Review

Reviewed by Jesse from NC on 2019-01-03

Texas State was a wonderful campus. Some of these reviews make me laugh. Rule #1 to a successful college experience... don't party. Focus, this is not a free ride and you need to give 100% if you want to be successful. As for the one star rating... wow... just wow. Religion has no place in psychology and philosophy. These classes focus on either science or alternative ways of thinking. You missed the point entirely and you cannot get everyone to share your opinion. Relig...   Read the full review...

University of California Santa Cruz Review

Reviewed by Reshma from CA on 2019-01-02

I was a computer science and arts major at UCSC and I had a great time! The game design department has some notably incredible faculty. The only issue I had overall was housing on & off campus because there are many sketchy landlords in the santa cruz area....   Read the full review...

University of Miami Review

Reviewed by vicki from NY on 2018-12-28

Excellent in every way. Beautiful Campus....   Read the full review...

University of California Santa Cruz Review

Reviewed by Alejandro from Cheyenne on 2018-12-26

UCSC is a great school and has something for everyone. A research university to its core, Santa Cruz has a lot of world-renown programs, professors, and up-to-date academic spaces (lecture halls, classrooms, labs, etc.). The culture of the university is one of the most unique in the world. The only real problem I had with the school was the overpopulation of the campus. The campus is massive, but there isn't a lot of on-campus living options, especially because the city ...   Read the full review...

Savannah College of Art and Design Review

Reviewed by Leon from South Carolina on 2018-12-24

Learn how to manage your time and be prepared for a lot of work. If you don't have a good work ethic you better get one fast....   Read the full review...

Kennesaw State University Review

Reviewed by Nainesh from GA on 2018-12-24

This college doesn't know how registration works. You can't offer 100 total seats for senior seminar, which you need to graduate, and have 250+ students applying to take the class. They do not care about if students are trying to graduate on time. Honestly, they want you to graduate late so they can get more money from you. School is corrupt as all hell and I wouldn't recommend you go to a different college, even considering outside of the state of GA. Awful school don't...   Read the full review...

Valparaiso University Review

Reviewed by Rebecca from Illinois on 2018-12-22

Friendly, supportive atmosphere with incredibly accessible professors!...   Read the full review...

CUNY New York City College of Technology Review

Reviewed by David from New york on 2018-12-21

it's simple, nice, and easy going. tuition is affordable ...   Read the full review...

University of Pennsylvania Review

Reviewed by J from Pittsburgh on 2018-12-21

truly great IVY...   Read the full review...

University of Michigan Review

Reviewed by Evan from Ann arbor, mi on 2018-12-21

I think the university of michigan is up there with stanford, and harvard when it comes to academics, and of course saturdays are like nothing else....   Read the full review...

Miller Motte Technical College Review

Reviewed by Justin from North Charleston, SC on 2018-12-21

It was about what I expected a community college in the ghetto (North Charleston) to be. Campus was decent enough I guess for the type of education they offered there, staff and professors were reasonably accommodating and friendly. Only big issue I have is they will absolutely hold your transcript hostage until you pay them every cent they feel you owe. I took 2 semesters there, and somehow managed to complete the entire 2nd semester AND get my stamped paper transcript ...   Read the full review...

Brigham Young University Idaho Review

Reviewed by Michael from Idaho on 2018-12-20

BYU-Idaho is the single greatest school on the planet earth. I've attended multiple Universities and can firmly say that there is no school better. The social life, value for your money, academics, and atmosphere are all 5 stars. I graduated as a Mechanical engineer and upon graduation am making $70,000 in Idaho (So think of how much that would be in like California for example). I passed federal administered professional exams and certifications all for free (covered by...   Read the full review...

Eastern Michigan University Review

Reviewed by Audrey from Midland, MI on 2018-12-17

Overall great school-- great classes and professors, new developing programs (such as the Fermentation Science program, which is my degree program), great social environment, typically small class size (the largest class I've had was 85 students and was a 100-level general education required course), and a cozy campus where you can get pretty much anywhere you need in about 15 minutes. I love it here!...   Read the full review...

University of Cincinnati Main Campus Review

Reviewed by Chris from CIncinnati, Ohio on 2018-12-17

Ignore the stereotypes about this college. UC is the best school in Ohio, especially for engineering and CCM. I say this because they offer co-ops for practically every major that will cover the majority of your bills, give you real life experiences, and guarantees you your dream job when you graduate. There are a total of 5 co-op rotations that are built into the program, and I think that is the most effective way of learning whether you will like your major or not....   Read the full review...