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Degree: Pharmacy
Graduation Year: 2015

Degree mill. Despite being such a small school, I was just a number. It is possible to have a great experience here, but you really have to push for it, to make it into the "president's circle of friends". If you cut your way into the student government you will be fine and receive special treatment. Otherwise you really have to fend for yourself. I graduated, I made it out barely alive, and I would NEVER go through it again. Pharmacy isn't worth it anymore. The job markets are becoming saturated. Pursue your passions instead. Don't just become a pharmacist because of the money or because its "easier" than medical school (its not). But, yes. For what it is worth, the academic program prepares you well enough for clinical pharmacy.

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Degree: Pharmacy
Graduation Year: 2015

Despite being a small school, you are just a number. The curriculum expectations are unrealistic, but students keep pushing themselves to the breaking point just to finish

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