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Reviews 371 total reviews with an average rating of 3.6

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4 College Senior

Overall Experience: The dorm I stay in is cozy and my roommates are a joy. The teachers have all been great so far and the engineering programs are all really interesting. The food is not extraordinary but it is a lot better than other school's food.

3 College Sophomore

Overall Experience: 1st time away from home, they made me feel accepted

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4 College Sophomore

Overall Experience: I like the speed of the classes because i want to fulfill my degree quickly and i appreciate being able to work and go to class easily as well as being able to receive my books in the mail.

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3 College Sophomore

Overall Experience: Food: Every day there are pizza and sandwich options- depending on what they have in stock, types of pizza/sandwiches available can change day-to-day. They serve a lot of international foods. Sometimes what was served for lunch is reserved at dinner. They run out of food often- if you don't eat during certain hours there's hardly anything left to pick from. They offer a late-night alternative (Warrior Pizza) that begins at 9pm. Breakfast begins early, but hot food is only available until 830 or 9. After that cereal and fruit are all that's available. They offer soda/juice/hot chocolate/ tea machines, as well as soft serve ice cream.

Dorms: Pierson is small and not worth what you're paying. You walk into a small room from the initial doorway-this branches off into two separate bedrooms (2 students per bedroom). At the back of the suite are two tiny bathrooms- just big enough for a sink and toilet. A shower/bathtub joins the bathrooms together. This means you share a bathroom with one other person and a shower with three others. The rooms are packed full with furniture so there isn't much breathing room no matter how you arrange it (the beds can be arranged into bunk beds, and each student has their own wardrobe, dresser w/ shelf space above, two-drawer dresser that fits snug beneath the bed, desk, and chair).There are a few rooms in Pierson which house 5 or 6 people per suite and have extended space. There are no common areas in the individual suites, although each floor has its own commons. Laundry is also available for free on each floor of the building. There are two RAs per floor, and the building is locked 24/7 with access only available via a student ID card. Mailboxes are by the front doors- packages and large envelopes are picked up across campus. Pierson is located near the parking lot designated for residents- much closer than many of the other dorms. Upperclassman dorms are much nicer- with living areas, closets, and kitchenettes.

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5 College Student

Off-Campus Dining: Lots of restaraunts and fast food to choose from

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4 College Student

Scholarships: Still looking for scholarships, but have been unsuccessful

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2 College Freshman

Off-Campus Housing: You must have your own car to life off campus - they will not supply transportation (understandably). There are a few places in walking distance, but those are houses and it involves living with several other students to get by well enough that it is worth it. Also, winter weather makes transportation during November-February difficult and you may miss more classes off-campus than you normally will on-campus.

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4 College Freshman

Off-Campus Dining: I like it and most of my friends do. There are just about every food chain option out there, like IHOP and Taco Bell, plus some local dinners, like Cindy's or Kaleigha's. There are also a number of high-end food restaurants that are common in other towns, like Olive Garden and Noodles & Co.

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4 College Freshman

Administration: I like it. They are nice, easy to work with, and very understanding. They are considerate of a student's academic and personal life. The security is great. They like to joke around with us and are good for helping you out if an RA is not available. They are good for helping you if you're drunk and can't find your room (the one rule is that you have to be able to walk on your own or they are calling an ambulance).

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3 College Freshman

Party Scene: I am honestly not a huge partier. I do not attend where I do not know the person/people throwing the party and I am careful with my drinks and food. I am more likely to relax and enjoy myself when it is a small gathering of close friends drinking and hanging out, watching scary movies or playing video games. I do not enjoy the wild party scene but I have been to a few and they are okay. I know a lot of people who enjoy them, even though I do not. There are also a few who have described it as "weak" but those people were from New York and L.A. I'm not entirely sure if that makes a difference, but the students from average sized cities thought that the parties were fine.

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3 College Freshman

Scholarships: I got a decent amount, but I wish I had gotten more. For the most part, it was easy and they did a good job telling me how much I was getting, why I was getting it, and where it was coming from.

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3 College Freshman

Campus Food: They tend to undercook the chicken, but, for the most part, the food is good. There is always decent pizza and grilled sandwiches available, along with mostly fresh salad and soup that is good ninety percent of the time. There are plenty of ethnic foods available, especially with the amount of ethnic students on campus. You can try new foods and if you don't like it, there is always pizza to fall back on. Desserts are often offered and the soft serve ice cream machine is available most of the time. If you miss dinner, Monday through Thursday, there is an option to have a "meal exchange" where you can go and choose to have a cookie, pizza, chicken wings, or pasta, and a drink.

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4 College Freshman

Campus Housing: I love it. I had a problem with a roommate and switching rooms was fast and easy. They were sympathetic and were not going to make me live in a hostile environment. They will do a great job of helping you. The heating system was broke, I sent an e-mail to maintenance (late at night) and within 25 hours they were there and in less than an hour, problem solved. They are quick. Also, the RA's are well trained and available most of the time. They go through seminars and classes on CPR, panic attacks, conflic resolution and they've all just been great people. Tech has great housing.

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3 College Freshman

Campus Food: The food selection is odd most days spending your own money on food off campus sounds way better than eating on campus.

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3 College Freshman

Campus Housing: The dorms are really nice but you have no privacy and there extremely expensive. The best thing about the dorms are that their spacious. The worst thing would be the fact that its open and you and your roommate see everything each other do which really sucks if your roommate has a boyfriend on campus and they don't respect that your sharing rooms. The social atmosphere is okay but drama can find you. Some of the students act like children still. But that's pretty much anywhere. It is convenient though cause all of your classes are walking distance.

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4 College Freshman

Scholarships: I had a great experience with financial aid.

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3 College Freshman

Guys & Girls: The people are pretty great.

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4 College Freshman

Overall Experience: I have loved it so far.

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4 College Freshman

Overall Experience: There are a ton of internship possibilities.

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3 College Freshman

Overall Experience: Most professors are great. Courses are challenging but achievable.

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4 College Freshman

Off-Campus Dining: It's downtown so their are a ton of places to go to eat.

3 College Freshman

Administration: Just do what you're supposed to and everyone can go about their day.

2 College Freshman

Campus Housing: Everyone has a different college experience my experience was very poor

4 College Freshman

Athletics: Indiana Tech has some of the best facilities and fans around. I have never experienced a live college game in any sport until I came here. The fans were amazing, they were in it the entire game. Indiana Tech has a slogan that they abide by "24 sports 1 team". This slogan showed me the reason why they support every sport throughout the school.

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3 College Freshman

Off-Campus Dining: Indiana Tech is located near downtown Fort Wayne which gives us an advantage. This means we are closer to a variety of restaurants. The cost is kind of high, but it gives you a place to go once you receive money from your parents.

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