FDU offers many majors/minors, and has exceptional programs available for prospective and current students. Many of the professors here are highly qualified and challenge students to get the most out of their education. The small class sizes allow for teacher-student interaction, and overall, a better grasp of the material taught.
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I am completely underwhelmed with my experience at FDU. The professors are wonderful but the administrative crew? Prepare for headaches and a lingering taste of disgust in your mouth. Whether or not these men and women have become so jaded by their position sitting in a chair day-in/day-out is beyond my scope of understanding but bottom line? I'm dissatisfied.» Read More
The campus and the professors are very good here, especially if you are majoring in criminal justice, this is your school. The food and housing is very expensive though. There are a lot of on campus jobs available and a good bus route.» Read More
The school is a great place to learn, their online program is just awesome. I can say that the school offers the same education to online students, as an attendee of the school campus. The school award opportunities to all. Which is find to be GREAT!!!!» Read More
Fairleigh Dickinson University has a welcoming environment with a tremendous academic opportunity. Each individual has a positive and encouraging attitude towards their goals and dreams. Being a student at this University is one of the best decisions I have done in years.» Read More
I am involved in the Community College partnership, and it is rigorous yet very cost-effective. The QUEST program is a great way for me to earn my MA within a year. The Teaching major has prepared me to hold my own in a classroom, even after the first semester.» Read More