I learned a lot of life lessons here. There were a lot of bad and a lot of good at this school. Overall, I learned a great deal from my extremely knowledgeable professors. But I only had a professor for about 3 classes my whole freshman year. I had graduate students for most of my classes. Having a graduate student inexperienced at teaching didn't help me much at most of my subjects. That is why my rating in learned a lot is only 3 stars instead of 5, the graduate students teach many freshman subjects there. Personally, I learn better...
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The University of Wyoming is a good school to attend offering a lot of different degrees. They offer lots of services to students like health care, gym memberships, giveaways, etc. One amazing thing about our university is our library, opportunities for tutors, writing centers, math labs, and other ways of academic tutuoring/assistance.» Read More
The University of Wyoming has been fantastic. I transferred to the university from a community college earlier this fall. The majority of my credits transferred and I was put on an excellent path on my journey to receive my bachelors degree.» Read More
UW is an incredible school for motivated students - and you get out of it what you put in. That being said, if you are looking for a challenge, you can find it here. It is very easy to get involved on campus and the professors care about you and make efforts to get to know you - even in a class of 200.» Read More
There is a lot of diversity here and it's easy to connect with everyone. Laramie is also a great town with many outdoor activity opportunities and a good old fashion college town feel. This school has taught me a lot not just in the classroom but outside as well!» Read More