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2 out of 5
Degree: Civil Engineering, General
Graduation Year: 2022

My experience at this institution has been horrific. Going to CSN prior to attending this university set me up for false expectations. Most of the classes I have attempted to take I have dropped because I cannot understand the professors and their thick foreign accents. Whenever trying to find professors with accents I can understand, I am met with nothing but condescension and am somehow made out to because bad guy. I hate this school. If you can, go to CSN as long as possible. UNLV cares nothing about you or your academic experience.

2 out of 5
Degree: Business Administration
Graduation Year: 2003

UNLV was a school that prepared me for my career. Depending on the discipline sought, success in future career endeavors can be attained. The campus is almost always bustling with activity. I would venture to guess that the majority of the full-time students on campus spend a good portion of their time engaged in some form of campus extra-curricular activity. UNLV is one of the best colleges to prepare you for your future.

2 out of 5
Degree: Fine Arts
Graduation Year: 2008

There wasn't any real guidance through the college experience. There didn't seem to be anyone available for counseling or advice or to just check on you and see how everything was going. It seemed to be sink or swim and I don't think that I got my bang for my buck.

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2 out of 5
Degree: Criminal Justice/Law Enforcement Administration
Graduation Year: 2014

While being a student at UNLV, it is beneficial to actually know what you want to do in your future and make sure no one is able to tell you that you "can't do it." Majority of the professors at this school don't really care about educating you but rather than how much they are getting paid because every professor at this school complains about how underpaid they are. Knowledge wise, I definitely did not feel like I got my money's worth and merely paid 20k for a piece of paper.

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