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Degree: Exercise Science
Graduation Year: 2016

Pittsburg State University is a fantastic mid-sized institution committed to developing it's students into the most effective professionals in the area. Known for it's College of Education, Nursing, and Arts and Sciences, PSU is a name on a resume that is meaningful to employers. The exercise science, bio/pre-med, psychology, and nursing programs provide premium education with a reputation for excellence. The class sizes at PSU are small, allowing instructors to get to know each student personally. Instructors care about student success and work to help each student as they seek their new identity as a professional. This "extra mile" creates a beautiful and goal oriented vibe around the college that can be felt as soon as you step on campus. It was these caring instructors and peers that helped push me towards graduation and reminded me of my goals when times got hard. I am eternally grateful for all the instructors and staff at PSU did for me.

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Degree: Finance
Graduation Year: 2006

Great college and learned a lot. Definitely recommended

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Degree: Nursing
Graduation Year: 2006

Pitt State is the place to go if you want to be the best nurse you can be. I was thoroughly prepared to pass boards and work in a current, up to date environment.

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Degree: History
Graduation Year: 2007

Not good. Standards have been lowered since I graduated to where I do not believe people are receiving the education they should. People should leave college with a degree where they do know how to do Algebra, know how to tell daylight hours from night without any problems and write book reports without cheating. The library should hold more importance than the football field with regular changes in books, without having any that literally belong in a museum. Also the library should be a quiet place for studying, not eating, watching television or playing games online. The state itself does not help with this issue and I only hope things will not get worse.

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