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  • Jeffrey from Reno, NV

    This is not a compassionate university. They will blame any issue on students' own fault, and not providing any work around to help the student in trouble. They are God, and no one else shall make mistakes within, considering the students are… more read full review

    This is not a compassionate university. They will blame any issue on students' own fault, and not providing any work around to help the student in trouble. They are God, and no one else shall make mistakes within, considering the students are assimilating into the society, and sometime would make careless mistakes. read full review

  • Megan from NH

    I was able to meet with a professor one on one and ask my personal questions about my intended major and the program they offer. I would recommend doing the same because it's a more individualized experience of the school and academics. read full review

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