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Reviews 200 total reviews with an average rating of 3.4

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College Freshman

Health & Safety: My I.D. card wouldn't let me see the nurse even if I needed to

College Freshman

Party Scene: I have no idea because I don't live on campus.

College Freshman

Athletics: I have no idea because I don't go to any of them, mainly because my stupid I.D. wouldn't let me into a building since I am a commuter.

College Freshman

Off-Campus Dining: Again, I have lived here my entire life. So I would like to leave now.

College Freshman

Guys & Girls: I don't sta on campus so I have no idea.

3 College Freshman

Local Area: I've lived here my entire life. I want to leave.

3 College Freshman

Scholarships: Not really sure what to put here, they dealt with it quickly and I didn't have to wait for my aid to come through.

College Freshman

Administration: I don't live on campus, so it sucks for me.

5 College Sophomore

Administration: Not very strict at all. Just usual drugs, alcohol, and crime.

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3 College Sophomore

Athletics: Some of the sports teams aren't that great,but students still show school spirit and support. Students always go to the games, unless they're really not interested or they're off campus. However, its easy to get a new interest for a sport and support. There's different events that happen at the games especially during halftime. The facilities are good, but they are definitely getting better, especially since the school built a new gym which added Track & Field to our sport department.

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4 College Sophomore

Party Scene: Multiple clubs hosts parties, but Res Life hosts a party every other weekend called Den Night. Every once in awhile it'll be dull because people aren't really on campus, but otherwise its fun. They hosts different themes often so it's definitely packed. Even after big games whether its a win or a loss, the students party till 2 am. Every once in awhile, people hosts parties in their dorms, mainly upperclassmen. But if there is underage drinking and security finds out, the party might get shutdown. If it was a really good party, it'll be the buzz around campus. You can easily meet people at the parties, but it's not promised they'll remember you, and create new friendships.

3 College Sophomore

Health & Safety: Although the school is an open campus, it's not easy to feel unsafe. Campus security constantly patrol the campus day and night, and are very friendly for the most part. However, if a serious threat was to happen, not quite sure they would be prepared for it. They're more like Robocop, the most dangerous weapon they have is pepper spray or a flashlight. Thus being said, it is good that no crime really happens on campus even at night. They do keep you updated if something does happen. If anyone was to see something unusual, they can be contacted by phone or in person.

4 College Sophomore

Campus Housing: Living on campus is a great since the college is small. The housing isn't that bad, it's actually better than alot of colleges especially considering the freshmen dorms. The pricing could be a bit cheaper than what it is because of the space and quality of the buildings themselves. For freshmen the best option is really based on a person's preference, if you like to have your own space including bathroom, go for RTC. If you don't dealing with a whole bunch of people and don't like to clean the bathroom, go for Memorial Hall. When it comes to upperclassmen, it all depends on the price and the number of people you want to live with. But this all doesn't matter if you don't get what you want because of the lottery system. When it comes to room draw (basically where you're going to live for next school year), it is absolutely horrible. It is based on the number of credits you have and are going to take, your GPA, your graduation class, and your housing. This is very beneficial for seniors and juniors (because they go first since you are given a number) or for people who are going to living with upperclassmen. With all housing you get "free" laundry, Internet, and Cable. The freshmen dorms have lounges where you can hangout and meet new people. The Villiage, Lofts, and Flats are apartment style which is really nice. And they are also across the street from the campus giving that off-campus feel. All the dorms are either on campus or right next to it, which is VERY convenient for before and after classes. When living on campus, you get access to everything because you have an access card that gives you entry to any building and cash that you can spend at different locations. Basically, living on campus is the best thing to do for this school and the easiest way to meet people.

4 College Senior

Party Scene: Bars exist but, I have never heard of anyone visiting them. Really the nightlife here is all about having friends and making the best of what you have. There is a Cobra Den that is under the school.

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3 College Senior

Scholarships: A lot of state scholarships are thrown at you but, nothing beats putting in the groundwork and finding your own scholarships.

1 person found this useful Report
4 College Senior

Administration: As long as no one is hurt or annoyed and damages can be paid for out of pocket Campus Safety isn't called.

4 College Senior

Diversity: The LGBT community is going strong here. We also get students from many different countries.

1 College Senior

Greek Life: They are nonexistant or at least I have never heard of any sort of Greek life on campus.

5 College Senior

Campus Quality: People complain about there being nothing to do. But there are always things happening on campus. The facilities are A++.

2 College Senior

Majors: I am a Computer Science Major and it shows how undervalued the major is on campus.

2 College Senior

Majors: There was 0 difficulty. I said I wanted Comp Sci, they gave me Comp Sci.

4 College Senior

Athletics: Sports are everything. We get student multiple countries for sports.

5 College Senior

Campus Food: The Cafeteria is all you can eat. With the 21 meal plan you get 3 meals a day. And the Cafe is open from 7:30 AM to 7:00 PM. There is a Starbucks and a Wings Place on campus. A student store is located in the Gym. The meal plan comes with Cobra Cash depending on which one you choose. And Cobra Cash is valid everywhere on campus and every fast food place in the city.

4 College Senior

Off-Campus Dining: Pizza and Fast Food. There is also a Yogi Bear's Chicken. Most people either order Dominoes or walk to the Chinese Restaurant up the street.

3 College Senior

Local Area: The city is close and has some "shopping opportunity". By shopping I mean there is a bookstore, a coffee shop and lots of antique shops off campus. Every Thursday there is a small concert accross the street. And there is a Christmas townwide shopping event. Walmart exists.

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