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University of Notre Dame Review

Reviewed by Clayton from Niles, MI on 2018-10-18

Great Alumni network!...   Read the full review...

Pepperdine University Review

Reviewed by e from calabasas on 2018-10-18

Its honestly whatever you make out of it, just like any other college, BUT if you work hard your life after college will be a breeze in comparison...   Read the full review...

Blackburn College Review

Reviewed by Maurice from Detroit, MI on 2018-10-17

I was there in the '80 and the atmosphere was great....   Read the full review...

Concordia University Saint Paul Review

Reviewed by Vicki Lindamood from IN on 2018-10-15

I am a graduate student that attended the online Master's program. I felt the content of all of my courses was fairly easy but I have also been working for the past 15+ years so that probably had something to do with it. I enjoyed the accelerated program and cohort I was part of. The only thing I did not care for was having to log in for class every tuesday and be visible via video as sometimes I needed to work late or I was on vacation but still exceeding the require...   Read the full review...

Wright State University Main Campus Review

Reviewed by Leon from Springfield, OH on 2018-10-14

I took several classes at WSU after earning a BA. I did not intend to pursue a graduate degree at WSU, but I wanted additional training in my field. WSU is a good value, but the faculty needs to be more student focused. Some of the Teaching Assistants are not very good and not well supervised. WSU should expand the number of undergraduate and graduate online and / or hybrid classes offered, so working adults can continue their education. Generally, I would recommend ...   Read the full review...

Butler University Review

Reviewed by David from Indianapolis on 2018-10-11

If you want to get your Pharm.D then it's a good school to go to with a clear outline & path to get you to where you want to go. If you want any other type of degree, then there is better academics and value elsewhere. That said, the campus is beautiful & there is a great feel to the university as a whole. Dating/Social Life is a tough one. Smallish student body so you sort of get to know a lot of people even if only by sight. Not a ton of nightlife unless you venture ou...   Read the full review...

Oregon State University Review

Reviewed by Jayden from Oregon on 2018-10-08

Oregon is a good school for sports and other activities and you have to have good grades for you can make the school.You feel really safe in your bedroom....   Read the full review...

Texas Tech University Review

Reviewed by Leslie from Lubbock, Texas on 2018-10-03

Honestly, I love this school my sweetheart loves it the campus security is great professers are are great...   Read the full review...

Saint Johns University Review

Reviewed by Jared from Minnesota on 2018-10-02

Overall atmosphere is very good...   Read the full review...

Texas A & M University College Station Review

Reviewed by caleb from grisier on 2018-10-02

texas a&m is amazing campus and university....   Read the full review...

University of California Merced Review

Reviewed by David from Los Angeles on 2018-10-02

Current Student...   Read the full review...

Wheaton College Review

Reviewed by Catherine from Wheaton, IL on 2018-10-01

Comfortable community life and great preparation for grad school....   Read the full review...

Carlow University Review

Reviewed by Lori from Douglassville pa on 2018-09-30

Nursing program is outstanding....   Read the full review...

Grand Canyon University Review

Reviewed by Carter from Phoenix, AZ on 2018-09-28

would choose in person courses over on line any day...   Read the full review...

Vincennes University Review

Reviewed by Z from V on 2018-09-26

Any one of the law enforcement degrees is taught by extremely knowledgeable professors who are caring and will take the extra time to help if you need it. The campus itself is ran down. The campus safety officers are jerks as they think that they are above everyone. The university police also feel like they are above all, and there is practically no party/bar scene because the cops are quick to shut it down. There isn't too much to do in the town of vincennes in general,...   Read the full review...

University of Massachusetts Lowell Review

Reviewed by richard from Knoxville TN on 2018-09-25

like all things in life you need to apply yourself to make it happen. don't think it gets easier as you get closer to grad day. just the opposite. the best value education of a life time is your reward. I studied with high school friends that went to Tufts, MIT, and Northeastern who used the same text books I had at LTI. aka UMASS Lowel. worth the effort! Class of 73 ...   Read the full review...

Milligan College Review

Reviewed by Ashley from Tennessee on 2018-09-25

Very close-minded. Not enough opportunities that would make a student stand out for grad school. Not worth the money. Milligan's only redeeming factor is the professors. They are all wonderful and UNDERPAID. ...   Read the full review...

Fortis College Review

Reviewed by Just a girl trying to live out her dream... from Indianapolis,In on 2018-09-24

I'm only a few weeks in, but my teachers are wonderful and they want you to be successful... I just hope that it all pays off for me and my family....   Read the full review...

University of Maryland College Park Review

Reviewed by Adam from Los Angeles, California on 2018-09-24

I?m a transfer student from LA and absolute love the campus, students, and professors. The resources here are incredible, so take advantage of them! Price is expensive, but for what Maryland offers, I think it?s reasonable. Transfers are NOT given housing. They didn?t tell me this until after I enrolled. Lots of mold, no AC, and outdated dorms from what I heard. The university can sometimes buy unusual things such as nap pods in the library. So they don?t always make the...   Read the full review...

Brigham Young University Provo Review

Reviewed by Rhett from Wisconsin on 2018-09-23

I look back on my time at BYU with fondness. The beautiful campus offers a fantastic atmosphere so you could study effectively anywhere. School offers a large selection of classes, even fun classes to give yourself a break. High moral standards offers a safe place to live. Great experiences (academically and socially) that prepared me for admission to medical school. Would highly recommend BYU to anyone....   Read the full review...