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Central Michigan University Review

Reviewed by Hailey from Greenville on 2019-04-16

Amazing...   Read the full review...

Morgan State University Review

Reviewed by Linda from Baltimore on 2019-04-13

Morgan provides an atmosphere of inclusiveness and a rigorous academic portfolio that stimulates and challenges their students to excel. Kudos to Morgan for hiring excellent staff and kudos to its students for investing in their future by obtaining a well rounded education at Morgan....   Read the full review...

Evangel University Review

Reviewed by Amy from Cleveland, OH on 2019-04-13

I went back to college at a State University while my son attended/graduated from Evangel. Our experiences academically were polarizing. With the exception of a few professors, the requirements (or lack), lack of education of some professors, school policy, inconsistent ways of handling situations,...it was laughable at best. To give one example: my son received a D- on a paper and was told by his professor that his paper was deserving of an A, however they didn't agree ...   Read the full review...

University of the District of Columbia Review

Reviewed by Dania O Satahoo from Jamaica on 2019-04-13

The prices are very good and it is not very overcrowded. One of the best Universities to start your tertiary education....   Read the full review...

Hutchinson Community College Review

Reviewed by Alix Miller from Hutchinson, KS on 2019-04-12

I think its a good college, but we need more partys...   Read the full review...

Park University Review

Reviewed by Eli from Parkville on 2019-04-12

This is a good school for non-traditional students, all the teachers I've had are really willing to work with you. Also the classes are challenging, but not impossible. Good school. Not award winning, but good....   Read the full review...

Northeast Catholic College Review

Reviewed by Michael from Rhode Island on 2019-04-10

This college is authentically Catholic. The academics are excellent for anyone wanting a liberal arts education. The school is small which I feel is a strength. The professors and staff are in constant contact with students during meals, class, and recreation time. The students get to know everyone in the school cultivating lifetime friendships. Mass is offered everyday with the chapel in the middle of the campus. The view of the mountains from the dining room is s...   Read the full review...

Northeast Wisconsin Technical College Review

Reviewed by Mark from Green Bay on 2019-04-05

Unfortunately I took the IT Security program and it was not very good. Numerous instructors left the college, one per semester. The college is using adjuncts to teach the classes but the adjuncts are not the best. Classes that had one instructor didn't have working labs and he said don't worry about it. Then in the capstone class we couldn't do the assignments. This was a disappointingbprogram....   Read the full review...

Appalachian State University Review

Reviewed by James from florida on 2019-04-05

Wouldn't trade the experience for anything....   Read the full review...

Johns Hopkins University Review

Reviewed by Liz from Texas on 2019-04-05

An elite institution! ...   Read the full review...

University of Kansas Review

Reviewed by Wyatt from Lawrence on 2019-04-04

This entire place is a joke, minus a good teacher here or there. Otherwise this place is complete trash for educational purposes....   Read the full review...

Penn State Main Campus Review

Reviewed by Raj from State College, Pa on 2019-04-04

Good educational experience. Great relationship between campus and town. Tremendous flexibility to structure educational foundation due to the vast number of majors. Good combination of athletics for both men and women. Good diversity of student population - undergraduates, graduates, nationalities and races. Despite the large size, small interest groups can be created and cultivated....   Read the full review...

Marshall University Review

Reviewed by Larry from Washington D.C. on 2019-04-04

Marshall is a great University. The investment made in a Marshall University education is the best money I have ever spent. Everywhere I have travelled in the world there is at least one person who yelled out Go Herd! As a Son of Marshall I enjoyed the low cost of tuition and do not suffer from the decades of debt other schools in the country saddle their students with. Overall it?s the best value for my time and money. I could not be happier. ...   Read the full review...

Providence College Review

Reviewed by Cindy from Massachusetts on 2019-04-03

Love it!...   Read the full review...

Soka University of America Review

Reviewed by M from Japan on 2019-04-02

Small class size made me think who I am and what I can do to improve this society as a person. Most professors are really friendly, and they are always willing to help students. Mandatory study abroad program is one of the most popular characteristic of Soka, and as an International student, going to the US and studying abroad to another country broaden my future options and gave an opportunity to grow as a person. ...   Read the full review...

Santa Monica College Review

Reviewed by Jose from SMC on 2019-04-02

The faculty at SMC are great, the students are great as well. The administrative people however, are a different story. Human Resources on this campus is a complete joke, they do as little as possible to actually work and make life easier on the faculty whom already take the brunt of the most important work on campus (educating). Most of the other departments are rather worthless as well, from the bookstores incompetence, to the food servers complete lack of customer ser...   Read the full review...

Denison University Review

Reviewed by Kirstin from Boulder, Colorado on 2019-04-01

I graduated from Denison in 1992, and now have 1 in college and another looking. Makes my perspective unusual. I have so many life long friends from Denison. If you see someone on the street, in your profession, in your neighborhood, you want to reach out and connect. It was difficult while I was there, many kids were from the East, and I was a Minnesota girl. But the lifelong connections mean WAY more, 26 years later. ...   Read the full review...

The College of New Jersey Review

Reviewed by Mark from TCNJ on 2019-04-01

Great place, dead on weekends...   Read the full review...

Colorado School of Mines Review

Reviewed by John from Denver, CO on 2019-03-31

Current student and yes this school is tough but the rewards are there after I'm done. Getting great grades requires the utmost dedication. This school is bar none, especially true if you are studying earth based sciences (I'm a Geophysics major). However, one aspect of this school that is not discussed much is the professors. This school is a major research driven campus. You will be learning from professors that are leaders in their respective fields. While this is awe...   Read the full review...

Siena College Review

Reviewed by Lisa from Loudonville, NY on 2019-03-31

While Siena College does an excellent job of preparing students academically to succeed in their future careers, it provides so much more. It is a wonderful community that also helps students to make a difference in the world through the many community service opportunities available. The student/faculty ratio and smaller class size allows for a better education and the faculty office hours provide excellent access to them for questions/extra assistance. The campus is ...   Read the full review...