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Reviews 831 total reviews with an average rating of 3.5

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4 College Freshman

Scholarships: Although it seemed like a lengthy process, the financial aid office was avalible to my concerned phone calls and were able to answer many of my questions.

5 College Freshman

Local Area: Students have an awesome community to enjoy during the weekends. My roomate and I adore a small local soup shop called Upper Crust! Simply the best!

4 College Freshman

Health & Safety: LoGrasso Hall was able to help me right before finals week. I had a nasty cold, however, the doctors on campus were able to schedule me into their visits and prescribe me antibiotics.

4 College Freshman

Athletics: I love the ability to play asport even if a student is new to it! Fredonia has an awesome Qudditch team on campus!

3 College Freshman

Off-Campus Housing: Honestly, I beleive that the off campus housing is not worth the money that it may save a student. Living on campus allows a student to feel comfortable living with secure surroundings.

5 College Freshman

Campus Housing: My decision to live on campus has proved to be the best! I feel comfortable with the campus and community and I am glad to have the experience of living in such a safe and healthy community.

3 College Sophomore

Athletics: I am not involved with sports on campus and rarely have gone to any athletic events. Last year, I went to a few hockey games and they were very fun. Our ice rink is really nice, and so is the pool. Steele Hall and Dods Hall is great place for watching sports and playing them as well. The gym is really nice for athletes and non-atheletes alike. It is always busy, and frequently used by the student body

3 College Sophomore

Party Scene: I rarely go out, so I am not very familiar with the party scene here. I know from word of mouth from friends that you can usually go out without a destination and still find a place to have fun. There are always house parties or frat parties, and the bars are usually always very busy. However, you can't hear any of this rom campus, so if you prefer to stay in, you won't be disturbed. If you like to go out, there is "drunk bus" that will take you anywhere across caps, which is a really nice service. All you have to do is call and they will pick you up anywhere on campus, or within a close proximity. There are a lot of options very close to campus, so you usually don't have to drive or take a huge, long journey to find a party.

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3 College Sophomore

Off-Campus Housing: I am no that familiar with all the choices for off-campus living, but I know there are plenty of apartments and houses available. I believe the prices can range decently and the quality will usually vary weigh price. Meaning, the more you pay the better you will get. However, there are plenty of decent cheap options, good for saving money. There are also a lot of options really close to campus, which is nice.

3 College Sophomore

Off-Campus Dining: There is enough variety of food for your first year on campus. There are enough choices so that you don't get too sick or bored. After that, once you come back second year, you get more bored with the choices, but still the food isn't bad. As long as you learn to alternate between dining halls, Tim Horton's and Starbucks, as well as getting Calio's or food off campus every so often, the meal options are not that scant. The food can range from good to decent to pretty bad. Home cooked meals are still the best and you will appreciate them so much more compared to on campus food.

3 College Sophomore

Health & Safety: The campus promotes a safe atmosphere. It is a small campus, that is nicely lit, with little open stretches where one would be in danger of walking alone. I feel very safe on campus, because the campus police are always in close sight or nearby. The buildings are close enough to all areas on campus, and even off campus activites. The health center is very nice with friendly and understanding staff. It is never a hassle, or awkward to go get assistance there. In general, i have never not felt perfectly safe on campus, even at night or in the winter.

1 College Junior

Scholarships: I am a very good student and have never received anything to help me.

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3 College Junior

Local Area: Not too much to do if you don't drink.

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3 College Junior

Majors: I enjoy it with the right teachers, most are older and don't get you interested in the topic or want to keep your attention. They expect a lot. Some teachers are helpful though. Good research opportunities.

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College Junior

Majors: I have not had one.

3 College Junior

Academics: Boring teachers that don't get you interested or help you. No technology in psych classrooms.

3 College Junior

Academics: Registration is hard and most people aren't helpful. Classes depend on the teacher you have, some are great some are not. Music and business are big areas.

3 College Junior

Administration: Could be more strict with alcohol and less with parking

3 College Junior

Campus Quality: Some are obviously more cared about than others

3 College Junior

Guys & Girls: I don't pay attention much.

3 College Senior

Campus Food: Nothing too great but it's not bad either.

3 College Junior

Off-Campus Housing: Hard to find something nice

4 College Senior

Athletics: This school has some of the top university sports team, sadly however it is only a division 3 school so if you're coming here for sports you might want to rethink that.

3 College Senior

Off-Campus Dining: There isn't much to choose from but from what there is, it is good and the people that work there are kind and polite.

4 College Junior

Guys & Girls: Fredonia is full of a variety of different types of people and you are bound to fit in somewhere.


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SUNY Fredonia becomes a second home to almost all of its students. Because the campus is relatively small, it is easy to develop close friendships with other students, which is extremely important when living away from home. If given the chance, many students would choose SUNY Fredonia again over any other school. It is rare for students to decide to leave the school because they did not like the atmosphere or the school. SUNY Fredonia is not just a place to meet lifelong friends, but it is also a place to develop as a person and discover what to do in life. This is where the school’s professors come into play.

The professors at SUNY Fredonia genuinely want the students to succeed. Both the professors and the school make sure that students are prepared for their chosen career fields before they graduate. There are endless options to ensure that this happens, from internships to academic adviser guidance. It is unusual to hear pending graduates say that they feel unprepared for the real world. And most students will be happy to share their feelings on this; another unique aspect of the University is its friendly atmosphere. There is a place for everyone on campus, and the students are extremely supportive of each other. It is because of this accepting atmosphere that a majority of the students falls in love with the campus and local community, and learns to call it "home."

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