Hackettstown, NJ
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Reviews 187 total reviews with an average rating of 3.2

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3 College Sophomore

Guys & Girls: The campus has a great balance of all kinds of people

5 College Sophomore

Health & Safety: I feel completely safe on and off campus at all times.

4 College Sophomore

Off-Campus Housing: It is very easy to find off campus housing of any type from renting an entire home for a group or renting an apartment for one or two people. They entire area is safe, lots of parking, walking distance to every thing, school shopping etc. Short ride to campus of shopping for real apartments. The school only gets involved with on campus housing.

3 College Junior

Health & Safety: ive heard of some issues i feel like alot is kept secret though due to small campus gossip getting out

3 College Junior

Campus Strictness: some things are strict but not super strict

4 College Junior

Guys & Girls: i think we have a good population of good looking and good people

1 College Junior

Nightlife: i think we have one close bar and i dont think many ppl like it

3 College Junior

Athletics: all of our sports have fans that will attend but no big attendance. alot of kids involved in sports. need better facilites for them though.

2 College Junior

Diversity: sexual orientation seems okay. international we only really have korean and japanese who come. race is decent on campus but hard in the town.

3 College Junior

Academics: a junior is when you get accepted into the program i am really looking forward to it. i know an upperclassmen who loves it.

3 College Junior

Academics: we have a mixture of good and decent professors. hardly any bad. criminal justice and business are most popular

3 College Junior

Off-Campus Dining: we have a lot of fast food places and chain places. we hardly get discounts and if we do they are very small.

3 College Junior

Campus Dining: we have the caff which is open basically all day just with periods of hot food but you can always get something. itsdecent food kind of repetitive and not good with ethnic food.

3 College Sophomore

Scholarships: The financial aid office in campus is helpful with helping students who need some loans to pay for books, housing, or college. With this, I have received some financial help online from the office and am still looking for more. For anyone who is looking for some financial help, you should definitely ask the fin aid office at your school to see if they have any options you can use for loans or receive scholarships from. Also look online for scholarships that you meet their requirements. They can range from essays to simply apply for a chance to win a scholarship. You might need extra money for whatever you want to use for in college and studies.

3 College Sophomore

Guys & Girls: Everyone has their own opinion on what they like and such, there are groups in some places in the campus that share same ideas on different subjects whether it's their major or an opinion in social life. The relationships between some guys and girls occur on campus and everyone keeps to themselves. Even though we all share the same want for learning, for housing, we have to be separated in the dorms, guys in one area of the buildings and girls in another. It's a standard rule on campus. So everything with both guys and girls are normal.

3 College Sophomore

Off-Campus Housing: From looking at the college, I have met a couple of people who have rented apartments just across the street form the main building and along the outside perimeters of the college, but everyone else would either commute or live on-campus. I personally don't live off-campus as a student. But I have heard its really expensive to find one for students who would find housing in the neighborhood. Even though we have our own apartment-like buildings on campus, they're a little more for housing residents, but it seems better than finding a house to share with other students at a higher expense.

4 College Sophomore

Facilities: Many activities happen on campus and after classes on campus for all of the resident students, we even keep with the traditions for students by the faculty as well. There are many athletic opportunities for athletic students on campus from the gym to the pool and outdoor sports, these are also for students who just want to hang out. We definitely have access to all of the internet in our library and students hangouts all over the campus from the outdoor tables, to the cafeteria, to even small game rooms all over the place. The student life on campus is great for me and everything is accessible and great for all students to get involved in for fun and the education.

4 College Sophomore

Facilities: In my school ,we have events that bring in people in our town to come and enjoy them. from our theater program to the Equestrian team that we have in outside of school, we get to entertain our audiences both in everyday sports (baseball, wrestling, basketball, etc.) to our sponsoring programs of every kind. The academic opportunities that this school offers can be useful for students in that majors or others that can be used by all of the students on campus. We even our own clubs and activities during and after school for anyone to come and participate, or learn. Many of our programs can go from business opportunity, to math studies, English/writing collaborator, to even just fun clubs of games, fashion, art, sports, or the usually craft activities for all students. these are what I think make my school different from the others.

3 College Sophomore

Local Atmosphere: There is not much to do for students, but it isn't a horrible town. The town's attitudes towards the college are normally negative.

4 College Sophomore

Scholarships: All my questions were answered, and any help that I needed was given to me in step by step fashion to do on my own. It was a little off putting at first, but you learn to deal with it.

3 College Sophomore

Diversity: My main concern is the Asian workers on campus. There are barely any, and from my understanding they are poorly treated. No one seems to express political affiliations. Sexuality isn't of concern in a good way. Accepting.

3 College Sophomore

Guys & Girls: Everyone seems to be well off while in debt. Busy people working.

3 College Sophomore

Campus Dining: Can't really complain. The dining room buzz can trigger anxiety. The food is decent.

3 College Sophomore

Off-Campus Housing: I suppose it would be fine for a group of students to rent out a near by place, considering how high the rents can run. I'm still living at home and making the commute considering how pricey it would be living by the campus would be.

College Sophomore

Parking: I don't drive. I have heard of the nightmare it is to park around certain streets, because it either doesn't belong to the college or its a residential street. It sounds like a first come first serve situation.


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