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3 out of 5
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Degree: Cultural Studies
Graduation Year: 2013

I wish that language majors/co-majors were required to study abroad, and part of your tuition went towards that study. Unfortunately, Albright can be tight-fisted with its financial aid. Art majors don't get totally immersed in the arts; they must choose the painting or sculpture track (or art ed) so if you want an art school, Albright isn't for you. However, I graduated with knowledge of a little bit of everything. Students are required to take classes in many different disciplines, and I learned that I have an interest in sociology (I never would have guessed if I didn't have to take a social science class!)

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Degree: Design and Applied Arts, Other
Graduation Year: 2013

Being a Liberal Arts college, I took classes that were essential to my major, but I also had to step out of my comfort zone and take classes that I would usually steer clear of. At the end of the day, that was worth it; I have more skills and I'm not just a one-sided graduate.

3 out of 5
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Degree: Communications
Graduation Year: 2006

Tell us about your college experience.

My school was not a good fit for me because I was a minority, and there were very few things on campus that catered to minorities. For example, I would have been interested in joining a historically African-American sorority, but at that school, that was not an option.

Would you get the same degree if you could start over?

I enjoyed the classes that I took, however, Albright did not teach many of the things I feel like would have been important to learn for a communications major. In hindsight, I would have gotten an education degree from the school because the education program was exceptional

What advice can you offer other students?

Choose a degree that you are passionate about, and try to get internships while in school. Building relationships with businesses an companies while you are still in school may help create an opportunity for a job in the future because life after graduation can prove to be difficult because it can be hard to find a job in many job fields.

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