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3 out of 5
Degree: Political Science
Graduation Year: 2016

The Political Science department is pretty small, it's like a tight knit community. Many of the professors come from different backgrounds such as law, policy, international relations, public relations, journalism etc, The networking opportunities are endless.

5 out of 5
Degree: Law
Graduation Year: 2006

They were the best years of my life, studying at this university it is nice

3 out of 5
Degree: Business Administration, Management and Operations, Other
Graduation Year: 2004

College was a difficulty process for me because I had to deal with many things such as dealing with a lot of paper work of financial aid, hard professors who were not good educators and sometimes did not do a good job at teaching. Long commute back and forth from home, school to work made it hard too. There was a lot of work long papers, researching many topics difficult exams, midterms. It was a lot of hard work. Now if it was worth it? for me it wasn't worth it because apart from getting a degree a person needs to have the motivation to succeed and move ahead despite the obstacles. I graduated and I have my degree, but I don't have a good job or earn a lot of money. so all that crap about needing a college education is pointless. Its better to sign up for some type of training two years or so and I think it works out better than going to college for four years or more. If you have the motivation and you want to go to college go ahead. It didn't work out for me unfortunately.

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