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Degree: Veterinary Technician
Graduation Year: 2018

Poor management of the program. Students are reprimanded for advocating for themselves and their education. There is a shut up and go to class mentality at this campus, I'm not sure how Buffalo campus may differ. I've heard good things from the other program. I would not recommend wasting your time at this school. This program is supposed to be for adults returning to education and is set up as such, but the faculty treat the students like it's high school.

4 out of 5
Degree: Liberal Studies
Graduation Year: 2012

A smaller school with absolutely wonderful professors! Professors would always take time out of their days to meet with you if you ever needed help with anything and always made sure you knew everything before you left their office. The counselors worked with you to get all your classes in a row before next semesters registration which made everything so much easier. Just make sure you wake up the earliest on your day to register so you can get into all the classes you need :) They are pretty good about dual credits being transferred too; which was awesome! With highschool credits and other two years at community college, I didn't have much more to get through when entering Medaille. :)

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