Location
Rochester Hills, MI
Undergrads
696
Tuition
$20,010
Admission Difficulty
Very Easy
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Reviews 234 total reviews with an average rating of 3.6

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4 College Junior

Athletics: School spirit is awesome because it's such a tightly knit community

3 College Junior

Greek Life: I'm actually not sure if we even have greek, but we do have social clubs like it

5 College Junior

Campus Housing: I love being on campus at this school. The social atmosphere is wonderful

3 College Junior

Academics: Like i said, I'm not sure about all my program's things because I just entered

5 College Junior

Academics: The professors are wonderful and they work so well with all of their students

5 College Junior

Majors: I just chose to be in Mass Communication and the staff worked with me very well

4 College Junior

Majors: I just declared my major, so I'm not entirely positive, but i'm sure I'll love it!

3 College Junior

Campus Dining: Of course, college food is never super awesome, but I'd rather not always have Chartwells

5 College Junior

Facilities: I love living on campus. The student activities they provide seem endless fun

4 College Junior

Facilities: It's a christian based school so I feel a strong sense of small community.

3 College Junior

Off-Campus Dining: Rochester Hills is one of the more wealthy places in Michigan, so naturally the eating places can be a little pricey.

4 College Junior

Scholarships: Being a small school, RC really works to make sure that all the students can attend to get the education we deserve.

4 College Junior

Health & Safety: I've never heard of any real crime on campus. I felt fine leaving my Wii in the student lobby, trusting my peers.

4 College Junior

Guys & Girls: On campus, everyone has a pretty wonderful social life. Since it's such a small school, we all know one another and get a long pretty well.

College Senior

Transportation: The campus I go to is relatively small, so there is no need to have anything other than a car, and even then, its not really necessary

3 College Senior

Guys & Girls: I transferred from a 4 year university, and I see the same diversity among the students as I did there. There is a little bit of everything

College Senior

Greek Life: There is no greek life at this school, so I am unable to answer this question

3 College Senior

Academics: I finished my first year in the program, and I love it. I cannot see myself going back to a 16 week college, I would be bored. I have had great teachers, and not so great ones, but all in all, I am glad that I transferred here

3 College Senior

Academics: The application process was easy, but the academic advisor was somewhat confusing, and I think she has screwed up my graduation date.

5 College Senior

Diversity: Diversity here is a great thing! Rochester is accepting of all cultures, races, sexual orientations and etc. It's a Christian college, but anyone can attend.

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3 College Senior

Weather: Living in Michigan in the winter is not fun. This year alone we already had three school closings due to the snow. Other than winter time when the snow hits hard and causes traffic issues, the weather is fine.

3 College Senior

Academics: Unfortunately at Rochester College as a Mass Communications major, every single class is the same. You are not learning anything different in one class that you haven't learned in another or the next semester of classes you take. The workload is great especially while working full-time. We have to pay an extra fee for classes in a computer lab, but we don't even use the computers so it's not fair.

3 College Senior

Academics: The registration process is sometimes tricky because the advisors can forget to add/subtract/move your classes and can potentially ruin your schedule of graduation. As I mentioned, the workload is okay, but the subject matter is all the same. I can't even look forward to a new class because I already know we are going to learn the same thing. I wish there was more variety at this school for a 2 year Bachelor's accelerated program.

2 College Senior

Facilities: The buildings look like a 1970's church and reception hall. I'm pretty sure the brick was whiter before now it's this ugly mustard yellow. The hallways are so narrow in the financial aid department only one person can fit in the hall at a time. The interior of the buildings look extremely old and outdated its embarrassing.The sports games are great to be a part of because we are known for our great soccer team!

2 College Senior

Facilities: Rochester College isn't a very big school at all. The campus itself you could almost pass right by and miss it because it's so small and looks like random buildings from the 1970's. I don't attend the Rochester College campus I attend an off-campus extended learning center for my classes.

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Christopher Currie
Hometown
Gary, Indiana
Major
Mass Communications/Broadcasting
Grad Year
2012
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Rochester College is a suburban-based school in the general vicinity of the major urban center of Detroit. It is also in the general vicinity of Windsor, Ontario, Canada. Various career and cultural opportunities are there for students to explore during their tenure at the College.

Graduates should be well-prepared to enter virtually any sort of mainstream employment or entrepreneurial setting. RC alumni are employed at all levels of industry, and some alumni work for or head organizations like professional sports clubs, pharmacy chains, or own their own small businesses, including corporate consultation firms. Many enter the education field or Christian ministry. According to the Rochester College website, graduates of the college currently live in 47 U.S. states and 35 nations across the world.

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