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4 out of 5
Degree: Liberal Arts
Graduation Year: 2017

Don't waste your time and money here. It's just a two year college, nothing special at all. For the serious student, this is definitely not the place to study. Academically speaking, it offers some decent programs and the campus is okay looking. However the student body here is atrocious. A lot of unappreciated children whose parents pay for their school to come here simply because our local public schools insist we go here just for the sake of "higher education". There is nothing glamorous here, many a time you can find day drinkers and people smoking pot right on campus( Like seriously, stop drawing heat to the responsible pot smokers. Have the decency to do it in your car, not outside my building thank you.). On the other hand I've had some amazing professors here who truly go out of their way to help, if you put in the effort. They are genuine educators who care about your future, which in my opinion really makes up for the amount of degenerates that annoy me throughout the day.

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