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4 out of 5
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Degree: Applied Behavior Analysis
Graduation Year: 2015

Supervision experience, difficult, learned a tremendous amount to be applied in my career

2 out of 5
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Degree: Business
Graduation Year: 2012

I attended SCA because they touted how "affordable" they are, which was true; until the final semester. They took away ALL grants and aid. I was stuck with the bill myself. I worked two jobs and went to school full time, it was hard but I did it. I spoke to other senor classmates and apparently I wasn't they only victim of this bizarre occurrence. Because of that, I left there with a horrible impression of the school that stuck. They were affordable, but only for so long, once you're in the door and committed, they'll earn that money back somehow. Don't expect to go to this school looking for a real "college experience" either, most of the student body are commuters who can't wait to get back off campus. I rarely heard of extra curriculars (besides sports) because not many people lived on campus. The professors were only so-so, the best professors taught at the far superior colleges around Albany. I had some good teachers, not great, and many bad ones as well. I'm not sure where else I would have gone but I do feel as though if I had another choice, I wish I would have taken it.

5 out of 5
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Degree: Environmental Science
Graduation Year: 2008

Definitely attend however be smart about your major. Choose something that will get you a job such as engineering, nursing, etc. soft majors like English, political science, communications, etc are useless in the real world so don't waste your time or money.

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Degree: Environmental Science
Graduation Year: 2008

Definitely attend however be smart about your major. Choose something that will get you a job such as engineering, nursing, etc. soft majors like English, political science, communications, etc are useless in the real world so don't waste your time or money.

4 out of 5
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Degree: English
Graduation Year: 2005

I thought that going to a college that was for women was the best choice I could make. I could focus on school and be around like minded individuals. It was a great experience and I hope other women give a great deal of thought to choosing a school like this.

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Degree: Liberal Studies
Graduation Year: 2016

Sage is a nice private school and could be considered affordable compared to other private schools in NY. Because Russell Sage College is a small school, it is quite easy to get help from the professors and other faculty staff. The campus is about a block long which it makes it almost impossible to ever be late to class (if you are a resident student). If you are a commuter, the size of the campus is also a great convenience because it is simple to find your way around. The school is becoming more diverse each year.

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