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Degree: Geology/Earth Science, General
Graduation Year: 2016

The University of Pittsburgh at Johnstown had a positive impact on my life for the four years that I attended. The campus is beautiful, the housing options were great (and are improving), and overall the campus life was very pleasant. Within my last year attending the institution, many renovations to the campus as well as additions to the curriculum were taking place. There are plenty of activities that the school organizes and also there is plenty to do around the area. UPJ is a great place to attend if you enjoy nature as opposed to a more city environment. The Energy and Earth Resources program is a great improvement to the school's previous Geology degree. I found the course load to be challenging however, the professors were excellent and always made themselves accessible for help. It is a small, tight-knit program so all of my professor knew me by name and the class sizes were no more than 18 students. I had no trouble at all finding a job in my field before I even graduated and there were abundant opportunities for trips, internships, etc. through the Energy and Earth Resources degree. Overall, the University of Pittsburgh at Johnstown proved to be an excellent place to get my education and prepared me for the future.

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