Kean University Reviews
Student & Graduate Reviews (5)
I thought it was good, but difficult to get in touch with your advisors.
I loved it, but the books were expensive and it was difficult to get some of the classes that were needed to graduate and it was hard to talk to somebody there.
Least expensive state school. Diverse population. Numerous organizations/clubs.
I am writing this review as a soon-to-be graduate of Kean University. Overall, the school isn't terrible; it's better than Willie P or quite a few of the local private colleges. However, there are HUGE problems which never get adressed because of a certain vindictive presidents agenda. Not to mention, this individual is protected by powerful friends, including Sen. Ray Lensiak. With Lesniak and Farahi out of the picture, this could be a solid school; the professors are usually as qualified as elsewhere. With them steering the boat, I wouldn't put a dead dog on the grass. Thankfully, I have a job secured with a well-known class one railroad in Virginia upon my graduation, (which is exactly what I wanted) so everything worked out in the end. (Actually, walking on the grass carries a $75 fine, courtesy of dear leader, so forget about putting anything on the grass.)
Kean University has been a wonderful atmosphere to receive my undergraduate degree. So much so, that I decided to attend the Nathan Weiss Graduate School - Marriage & Family Counseling program. This university obtains a comforting atmosphere, strives to constantly improve the student experience and provides excellent professors to be mentors.