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4 out of 5
Degree: Education, Other
Graduation Year: 2011

Excellent school! I would highly recommend attending William Woods University. The application process is a breeze! The admissions department is eager to help you get started. If you are questioning attending William Woods University I would look no further! The content of the courses are what you need in the real world.

3 out of 5
Degree: Equestrian/Equine Studies
Graduation Year: 2014

I started out really happy I chose to go for my degree, but as the years went by, the school raised the prices and didn't change the quality of education that they were giving. There are some professors that shouldn't be teaching in this program that is supposed to be of higher quality as it has the reputation of being the first in the country. Now I'm kinda wishing I would have chosen a different degree that was less expensive, but still be able to spend time with my animals. And now I have racked up a bunch of debt, only to have issues with being able to pay it off when I'm done. Really pay attention to quality of education in relation to costs of where you choose to go. Don't choose your college just by the fact that you think that the instructors are worth your time when they're not.

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