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based on 89 reviews
  • Justin from Westbrook, ME

    The U. of New Haven has one of the best forensic science programs developed by the famous forensic scientist Dr. Henry Lee. The Henry C. Lee Col. of Criminal Justice and Forensic Science provides an intense curriculum taught by professionals in… more read full review

    The University of New Haven has one of the best forensic science programs developed by the famous forensic scientist Dr. Henry Lee. The Henry C. Lee College of Criminal Justice and Forensic Science provides an intense curriculum taught by professionals in their areas of study. In order to get their students off on the right foot, UNH gives the freshmen in the forensic science program a demanding workload. The college campus continues to expand by adding new residence halls, expanding cafeteria space and more recently the development of a new forensics research center and laboratory. Along with these expansions UNH offers living learning communities where you get to live with peers of your own major. UNH delivers when it comes to the education of its students, so you certainly get what you pay for. read full review

  • Nicole from Maybrook, NY

    Okayy, this school makes it sound more interesting then it really is. The people are nice and the classes are good, however the campus is kinda boring. It is very small and right now a lot of construction. This is also not the best area to live in.… more read full review

    Okayy, this school makes it sound more interesting then it really is. The people are nice and the classes are good, however the campus is kinda boring. It is very small and right now a lot of construction. This is also not the best area to live in. There have been lock downs and such on campus, students have been robbed at gun point etc. There are campus police and they seem to do there best, and they will send out txt messages to students about what is currently going on. It is just an such an expensive school and financial aid people are horrible! I was very disappointed and its too much for me, since I am paying for it myself, I'd rather be somewhere where I'd be more excited about the school. read full review

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