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Degree: Business Administration, Management and Operations, Other
Graduation Year: 2008

Not a College worth attending!! This school is overpriced and there's nothing special about it other than a small class room setting which is really not big of a deal anyway. The small class room setting is what they brag about in addition to their 99.7 career placement rate which is really a BIG LIE. You are better off going to a community college or public university in today's economy. You would save tons of money going that route. Some of the college professors in the Business Department don't even have much real life experience anyway and most have part time jobs working in the local stores. That tells you alot. Unless you want to graduate with thousands of student loans and then land a job that pays 12 or 13 dollars an hour is a dream job to you,then this is your college of choice! I graduated with very good grades and yet this is my honest review of this college. Nowadays colleges are overrated but this one is the ultimate fraud folks.

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Degree: Chemical Engineering
Graduation Year: 2012

I think it is a great starting point, either to your professional career or to continuing education; however, it is not without its problems. In the United States, even public schools are a business and like all business are about money. You are paying for their service while they use you as well. If not for your peers and lifelong friendships you can and should be able to make in college, a trading school would be more beneficial than years of debt. It may not be necessary for all depending on your career goals, and while it is okay not to have a clear plan, a college degree is not an automatic recipe for a high paying or successful job/career upon graduation.

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