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Take a good look at this school because for the price you get everything you'd get at any other school! Be proactive in applying for aid and registering for classes and it will make your entrance far easier and less stressful than the college process already is!Read More
My tips for prospective students are: - Learn how to manage your time and your money - Remember school comes first - Stay on top of your professors about your grades and your work - Have fun but not too much fun - Do not overload yourself with classes cause you will get overwhelmed - Also remember college is place where you become your own person and not be dependent on anyone else.Read More
Do not be embarrassed if you are looked down by your friends because UDC supposedly is not great. It is actually the opposite UDC is great. I met caring people and supportive friends. The professor (do not choose the professor who has been labeled easy because you will not learn) are pretty hard (luckily me, I choose the best ranking professors), and they show the interest and passion for their subject, which make their classes extremely joyful and intriguing. I read the same textbook for my sciences courses as if I was taking a class in any other college, which shows it is the same education quality. Last but not least, forget about any procrastination habit you have gained in high school, for it will make your life miserable. You need plan ahead and write everything down!Read More