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This school is a big ripoff. They charge a lot of money from students, but give nothing back.

Some of the teachers can't even speak proper English.

Living on-campus is terrible. Sometimes you don't get hot water for hours. There's a health center that closes at 6pm. And the gym has nothing. You can put at most 5 people in the weight lifting area and only about 5 machines. There are only a few basketball courts. No other intramural sports as they mention on the website.

I sent my official transcripts from another school, and the admissions office manage to lose them. And some services that are supposed to be confidential are run by student workers, hence no confidence at all.

Especially, the International Services advisors are impossible to reach for any advisement. They don't seem to care about the students. Some advisors don't even smile at you unless they personally know you.

There is a library, with small amount of books and printing costs 15 cents per page.

Overall, University of Bridgeport is a terrible place to study that is located in a unsafe area. My advice is, any other university is hundred times better than U of Bridgeport in many different ways.

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