Engineering Technologies and Engineering-Related Fields, Other

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“…The University of Florida is a great college to attend because it provides a very diverse environment- which includes diversity within the students, professors, and employees, and diversity within the studies. It is a beautiful university with...” – Melissa from Silver Springs, FL

“…Purdue is basically a land of opportunity; you get out of it what you put in, and much, much more. More majors and minors than you can imagine, even more clubs and organizations--something for everyone! I love this school and campus to the bottom of...” – Marie from Goose Creek, SC

“…Northwestern is a great school, blending first class academics and Big 10 sports in a way that typically isn't seen among comparable universities. Students are bright and are typically highly motivated, passionate, and active in leadership roles....” – Kayla from Camdenton, MO

“…UMD, College Park is a school full of opportunities and great education. It has a campus feel, but is large enough to feel like it's own town and easy access to Washington, D.C. and other commercial areas, providing plenty of opportunities for...” – Jennifer from Western Maryland

“…It's great! Take a bike though cause they seem useful. Have fun.” – Edwin from Cape Coral, FL

“…I love Ohio University! It is in a very safe and beautiful location. There is a small-town lifestyle but with plenty to see and do.” – Lauren from Glouster, OH

“…Johns Hopkins offers rigorous academics and research opportunities, and caters to a wide variety of academic interests. The smaller size of the school makes it feel like a home and connects you to the rest of your peers. There is a sense of unity...” – Vanessa from Thousand Oaks, CA

“…Brigham young stands as a precedent for student education. It is a pinnacle of cleanliness of word and of character. It is a school like no other with the honor code as a standing tradition to be upheld by the students and the faculty. ” – Kaitlyn from Riverton, UT

“…It is a great school that has something for everyone. The teachers make a point to be available as often as possible and to learn the students names in their classes (even if they are large classes). The campus is beautiful and makes you feel at home...” – Katherine from Winston-Salem, NC

“…East Carolina is a very great school where they care about their students education and well being. There are unlimited options for education fields . If you ever need help there is always someone at your service.” – Jasmine from Garner, NC

“…a large school with many opportunities (be it academics, socially, etc.) ” – Mina J from New York, New York

“…The people are extremely nice and helpful when you need help or get lost. The students are friendly and open to the incoming freshmen. The campus is beautiful and fun to explore.” – Crystal from Noblesville, IN

“…I feel the school is well rounded, has many majors to look into and a very supportive teaching staff.” – Mason from Berlin, CT

“…the amount of diversity will almost insure that you can never feel out of place. the atmosphere around campus will make you want to come back to school. the academics will challenge you and bend your mind. ” – Zyiad from Falls Church, VA

“…kansas state university is an all around great university weither it be their sports team or academics. this university has such a welcoming atmosphere. manhattan and kansas state have a small town feel but in a bigger college experience.” – Student from Manhattan, KS

“…this is the best school to get the feeling of a large campus with a close, family-like atmosphere. southern hospitality coupled with unparalleled academics and a growing school of engineering make this the best place to come! georgia southern is...” – Jessica from Stateboro, GA

“…Arkansas State University is a well rounded college for those who seek a start in their career. It can be the beginning of a long and wonderful education, and it can serve as the end of ones educational goals all at the same time. Whether you're...” – Ryan from Highland, AR

“…fit is a fantastic school for engineering and psychology! the professors are experts in their fields and they will personally help the students in any way possible. i have never met a person on campus who was mean or negative towards me, and a beach...” – Amy from Cincinnati, OH

“…A&T is a wonderful institution! They provide lots of scholarship, and internship opportunities, and provide other services to their students to ensure success after graduation. I also found out at A&T that as long as I asked for help, I received help...” – Keira from Buffalo, NY

“…Bowling Geen Stae University is a very diverse campus. I admire it because the faculty and staff reach out to the students because they genuinely care about them. I honestly feel like BGSU has so many different opportunities for students to network...” – Brandii from Detroit, MI

“…I love the atmosphere here at UNI. The students are amazing and the professors are always there to help. The class sizes are perfect for someone who is looking for a college that has a lot going on but isn't too big.” – Christina from Cedar Falls, IA

“…the teachers here are great and they push you to your maximum limits so that you can fulfill your full potential. very friendly environment its just a little chilly in the winter and going to class becomes a chore. despite the weather, the teachers...” – Keri from Walla Walla, WA

“…it is a great college with many opportunities to be active. there is a great greek life here and just that in itself will keep you busy. we also have outstanding sports and there is always something to do.” – Jenna from Hiram, GA

“…uvu is a great place for gaining a higher education. it is very challenging to the mind. the school is very supportive of its students. ” – Stephanie from Orem, UT

“…NYIT has two campuses in New York. I enthusiastically attend the Manhattan Campus. The location in incredible and curriculum is challenging.” – lee martin from Belmar,, NJ

“…montgomery college is an affordable, conveniently located, and diverse campus in which a student can gain the best experience and knowledge they need to succeed.” – Alexis from Germantown, MD

“…My experience so far has been very rewarding the professors and faculty have gone out of there way to make me feel at home.I look forward to going to my classes each day. I plan to make the most of every opportunity in order to make my dreams a...” – Miranda from Port Orange, FL

“…i am looking into morehead. since they have a campus relatively close to home and they charge in-state tuition for my area, they are by best choice right now after i get my associate's degree and will be moving on to a bachelor's degree in computer...” – Garyson from Stout, OH

“…I personally love FVSU. Its a great school to go for a great start at college life as well as to adjust to the real world. Fort Valley State University has all types of great teachers, majors, as well as campus life to me this is a great all around...” – Ryan from Grovetown, GA

“…saginaw valley has great cafeteria food. there are a lot of activities on campus that you can enjoy. they are also located near shopping centers and a bus line to get you back and forth. ” – Dominique from Saginaw, MI

“…since i have transfered to keene state college, i have felt at home and like i belong. it's a wonderful school with a great environment. the classes make me learn better and i feel more one-on-one with my professors and iep coordinator. i know that...” – Chantel from Plaistow, NH

“…The College of Staten Island is a reasonably priced college that is affordable. CSI's professors are helpful and they each student with any problem that they might need. CSI is great for me because the campus offers a wide range of free semester...” – Dominic from Staten Island, NY

“…amazingly easy to get started even if you have not attended in a long time. way easier processing for student needs and financial aid assistance than 30 years ago (when i last went) dont wait any longer go to school.” – TAFFY from IMPERIAL BEACH, CA

“…At Northeastern State University, most of the professors have a Masters Degree or higher. Northeastern State offers a variety of intended majors and provides classes located in four different cities. Small class sizes and friendly, personal advisers...” – Mallory from Owasso, OK

“…overall this is a very good school, with helpful professors. i give the school 8 out of 10.” – Shunia from Columbia, SC

“…Your basic college, very affordable with great professors. Good for getting started, and I recommend using this as a starter college if you plan to transfer. Be patient with the registrar! ” – A Student from Nevada

“…despite being the largest centrally-located community college in the state of ohio, scc is easy to navigate and a very well-rounded school. the individual attention and assistance is remarkable. i am so proud to call myself a scc tartan. ” – Brittany from Dayton, OH

“…langston university is an excellent school for students who aren't exposed to their african american culture. it's a smaller school, which allows students to feel more connected to their professors and peers. really great institution for students who...” – Andria from Rancho Cucamonga, CA

“…Morrisville is warm and welcoming, but dont be fooled by the warmth. This school is a serious institution that will not tollerate many things, so I would say for a college it is is on the strict side. A very small school only 3000 students you get to...” – Armani from New York, NY

“… i have already learned alot especially about myself ! the campus is very nice, they have plenty of parking. always events going on.” – Jeri from Lodi, CA

“…Affordable and good university with good teachers. Very clean and organized campus. Lots of majors available and everything is managable.” – A. from Pittsburg, KS

“…The University of West Alabama has great teachers that like to see their students succeed. The campus is small, but still gives you the opportunity of attending a 4-year college. The University of West Alabama is truly my 'home away from home'.” – from Livingston, AL

“…bergen community college campus in paramus, nj is beautiful! not only that but the teachers are great at explaining the curriculum. also the student center is a great place to sit and study, a nice learning atmosphere.” – Rynell from Little Ferry, NJ

“…TCC is a college you can feel welcome at. The teachers help you succeed. Easy to find.” – Stephanie from Owasso, OK

“…ECSU is a great school located in the small town of Elizabeth City, NC. The town is peaceful and there is always something going on both on campus and in the city for students to participate in. The faculty and staff will make you feel at home and do...” – Janell from Hampton, VA

“…Howard Community College is a very great school and can,t wait to attend this fall. Campus is great, friendly people and great is very affordable school ” – Linda from Columbia, MD

“…ATC really care about there students. The teachers will work one on one if you need it. This school will also work with your work schedule.” – LaTanya from Atlanta, GA

“…I have had many great experiences here at Shawnee State University. The people that resides in the Shawnee Campus quarters are out going, and Shawnee is a fun place to be. Shawnee State is the best place to be at if you want to go to a college that...” – Bailee from Columbus, OH

“…brookdale community college offers various educational opportunities for students less financially capable than others. however, the guidance office can be very unstable when it comes to integrity. on the other hand, most staff members and professors...” – Ann from Manalapam, NJ

“…prince george's community college is encouraging and inspiring. the professors, students, and faculty there are very helpful. the academic environment is even better, and will surely help one to reach their goals.” – Chantel from Glenn Dale, MD

“…i enjoy mott college, there are many campuses and many opportunities. the staff is very helpful and enjoyable to be around. the secretaries are also helpful and easy to talk to.” – Debra from Mayville, MI

“…essex county college is a good college for new jersey students to start from before one enters to a four year college; as a result, nj students receive many benefits in essex county from scholarships to helpful programs. essex county also supply:...” – Pablo from Newark, NJ

“…I love foothill because the campus is beautiful and when you don't have time to workout climbing stairs and walking hills helps a lot. All my teachers have office hours to help me and my classmates are all friendly. I love the food here, it's just...” – Katie from Menlo Park, CA

“…Shasta College is a great school for students who need to go to a community college before they can get into a university. The teachers and councilors are great at helping the students in order to achieve the best grades possible. If you are thinking...” – Kenny from Red Bluff, CA

“…The school is proficient for an Associates Degree. Classes are reasonably priced, professors are competent, and their three campuses make classes easily accessible. I would rate the school well for a two year degree.” – Lynn from NJ

“…Organized. Its an a very rural area and that's a good thing because it allows you to focus more on your studies. Diverse” – Shauntice from Suitland, MD

“…The best place to study without been distracted. best place to school and also best place to get to know your lecturer.” – Rebecca from Lawton, OK

“…pitt community college is a great school. we have many resources to get help to gain understanding. i feel that this school could really further my education.” – Donteaz from Pantego, NC

“…Its a safe environment. Its a neat environment. Its makes one feels at home. ” – Dennis from Bronx, NY

“…Excelsior College is very supportive of its students. Excelsior provides a Counselor that makes contact with the student for continued support and eliminates frustration for the student. Excelsior makes frequent contact with the student to determine...” – Sylvia from Shaker Hts, OH

“…grand rapids community college is a school that wants the best for you. this college is all about preparing you for the future. if you want a quality education without paying through the nose to get it this is the college for you.” – Isabelle from Grand Rapids, MI

“…This is the best college by far that I have ever seen. I have very much enjoyed my time spent here. I couldn't imagine a better college to attend for myself.” – Sara from Little Egg Harbor, NJ

“…Their online classes utilize the blackboard instructional method, and they are very good. The support you receive is very useful. The feedback from the professors is prompt and conducive to a good learning atmosphere,” – Mark from CasaGrande, AZ

“…Siena is a small campus, but a loving atmosphere. The teachers, other students, and staff want nothing but the best for the students attending. It is a great place to build connections that will last a lifetime!” – Mackenzie from Monroe, MI

“…i love the small classes. i love the attention given by each professor. and the food isn't bad either! :)” – Camara from Lehighton, PA

“…harford community college is a great school to start off at. it is the best for students who do not quite know what they want to major in, or who want to save money. everyone is friendly, including the professors. ” – Caitlin from Jarrettsville, MD

“…I have just transferred from Tulsa Community College, and I love Rogers State University. This University and it's faculty go beyond their titles to ensure your success here. I have only attended two colleges and I really wish I would have started at...” – Francisca from Owasso, OK

“…Mercer County Community College is good school to start off, finishing or continuing your education. Good reason to go to Mercer County Community College because its affordable and they challenge students to go farther. I rated Mercer County...” – Foster from Hamilton, NJ

“…Rose State is a great school. The staff are friendly and helpful. Good school choice.” – Raven from Midwest CITY, OK

“…It's a great place to start off getting used to college particularly work load and grading. A convenient college because it has three campuses and online classes. Plus you are able to get a two-year degree or certificate for a cheaper price.” – Abreellen from Newburg, MD

“…it's a great school with great teachers! my criminal justice teachers have been great along the way, and are willing to help you whenever you need it! classroom sizes are not too big so the teacher will know your name and will become friendly with...” – Corey from Fall River, MA

“…Staff is very welcoming and helpful. Curriculum is clearly outlined. Beautiful school grounds.” – H

“…community college is a brilliant, inexpensive way to get all your general ed classes and then transfer to a 4-year. las positas has some of the most caring and compassionate instructors that i have ever met. i really enjoy attending this college.” – Amy from Pleasanton, CA

“…HFCC have a very comfortable environment to study. The instructors are all dedicated to make sure every student succeed in their course.” – ALIF IMRAN from Dearborn, MI


“…The campus is nice and lively. Many of the services are ran by student employees allowing for a nice and no pressured talk, but allows for easy misinformation and problems. The classrooms are delightfully small and so far 3 out of 4 teachers have...” – Kice from Norman, OK

“…Hagerstown Community College is a nice, small campus. The people are nice and friendly. The professors are very informative and the classes are small.” – Katlyn from Clear Spring, MD

“…I think that if you are just starting or going back after some years, this college is a very good choice. The instructors are very helpful in achieving your full potential. The campuses are easy to navigate and convient from one campus to another. ” – Dorine from Fort Gibson, OK

“…i love it there. It's really nice and it feels the comfortable. I like how it's a small school. ” – Crystal from Anaheim, CA

“…A very career oriented school that offers a lot of hands-on classes. You hear nothing but good things about the school. The student help center here is very helpful!” – Michael from Berwick, ME

“…Has amazing teachers that actually care and strive to give you a true learning experience. The school offers many online classes giving you the ability to be flexible with school and a job, which is very important because it is a 2 year college.” – Frostburg, MD

“…i have never been so impressed with a college and the variety of classes offered. the instructors are amazing and make every attempt to help you in any way possible. i have been to unr and i am so much happier at tmcc.” – Jacquelyn from Reno, NV

“…This college is very competitive, cost effective & current. The campus is beautiful, large, and most importantly, functional. The faculty, staff & students are friendly and diverse.” – Nicole from Whitehouse Station, NJ

“…It is a very affordable college, being the least expensive in New England. The transfer agreements between SMCC and four year college is amazing and you know that you will not be wasting time in a class that will not transfer. The trade programs...” – Rebecca from Gorham, ME

“…This school prepares you for a four year college. The teachers are excellent and spend extra time to teach information you didn't understand. The school becomes more like a home than an actual school, the friendly environment, all sports athletes...” – Joanne from Taft, CA

“…This college was very easy for me to commute to and from. I believe I received a great deal of knowledge here. The teachers were helpful and understanding.” – Megan from Rockaway, NJ

“…I love Murray State! Wonderful people and great atmosphere.” – Summer from Marietta, OK

“…Clark State is truly a college that has your best interest in mind. They make sure they are advising you to take the right classes in order to graduate on time, they have many different majors, and they try to make a schedule that best fits your...” – Amanda from Beavercreek, OH

“…Cumberland County College is a great college with a lot to offer,especially for students who are fresh out of high school or going back to college for the first time in years. The staff and students are warm and welcoming, and glad to help any...” – Taylor from Bridgeton, NJ

“…Monroe County Community College is a great school. They have many incredible proffesors who all work hard to help you succeed. This is a college anyone would be lucky to attend. ” – Kathryn from Newport, MI

“…Northern Essex Community College has been one of the best things that's ever happened to me. They allowed me to start my education off on the right path without drowning me in student loans and debt. They offer a wide variety of classes with a wide...” – Jennifer from Newburyport, MA

“…Hudson County Community College has one of the most active student activities committee I have ever encountered. They strive to encourage students to participate in learning activities and even give out cool prizes! I enjoyed my time here and I would...” – Dominique from East Orange, NJ

“…Small campus with many oppoutunities for success. Most professors will take time to get to know you. Excellent transfer advisors prepare you for transferring to a four-year school.” – Elisabeth from Galena, MD

“…I am a high school student that is duel enrolled at NMC. I love all the help we received at NMC when my Mom and I went for orientation. Its great to be able to do my class through the Internet while in high school and next fall as a high school...” – Lexi from Benzonia, MI

“…Massbay is a really good school to attend. The teachers are all passionate about their work and try there best to help their students learn to there full abilities. I definitely recommended this school for a great education. ” – Michelle from Leominster, MA

“…It has a great atmosphere and is a very fun place. They really care about you graduating and succeeding in the real world. The campus is beautiful and always evolving to help the students.” – Jansen from Stillwater, OK

“…great school!!!” – Lalo

“…The advisement offices are nice, and the people are helpful. Financial Aid has been a little less than helpful. The classes themselves have been challenging. ” – Mary from Winder, GA

“…I would like to received scholarship. Also I don't want to pay for college. I need save money to help my parents. I 'm would like to go this school because it near to my house about 45 minutes. ” – Yannie from Atlantic City, NJ