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Reviews 302 total reviews with an average rating of 3.5

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2 College Sophomore

Party Scene: there isn't much for parties on campus.. if something is going on It occurs at a house off campus

3 College Sophomore

Campus Food: there are plenty of options, the problem is the food is so overpriced that it would be more cost effective to go grocery shopping on my own and not have to pay for a meal plan

4 College Sophomore

Overall Experience: There are constantly employers on campus recruiting for jobs in the area which is great. I know the campus has many events that include alumni and current students, but I have never attended one so I don't know what they are like or how great they are. Internship is very high rate at my school, if you want one you can pretty much get one and receive school credit for it.

4 College Sophomore

Overall Experience: the class sizes are perfect because they're not too large so that its intimidating to ask questions or hard to focus. I like the fact that all of my professors know my name and I know some on a more personal friendship level. They are very accessible if you need help and willing to help to better your education.

3 College Sophomore

Campus Housing: there have been problems continuously during the lottery with not having enough housing available for students. the pricing is ridiculously high for the quality after students move out of the dorms and sophomore housing. the apartments and houses for juniors and seniors are older and have many things that constantly go wrong with them. I hate that the washers and dryers constantly aren't working properly. I like how close the housing is to campus, I never have to worry about driving to school and my furthest walk is about five minutes which is awesome in winter.

3 College Sophomore

Off-Campus Housing: I live on campus, and have not heard anyone talk about finding off campus housing.

5 College Sophomore

Off-Campus Dining: There's a good amount of fastfood, and several cute little diners on our road. There's a lot of places that deliver here too. Plus, if you have a car downtown Milwaukee is like ten minutes away.

3 College Sophomore

Administration: They have very strict rules, like visitation hours and it's a dry campus, but they're not very well enforced. No one is going to check up on you unless they have a very good reason to, and it's easy to sneak people in.

3 College Sophomore

Scholarships: Honestly, my mom dealt with it, but she didn't complain about it so it must not have been too bad.

1 College Sophomore

Party Scene: I have only heard mention of parties on yikyak, and saying how lame they are. Supposedly there are good parties, you just have to know the right people, but I don't believe it. It is a Christian campus, though.

2 College Sophomore

Campus Food: They have the same menu in the cafeteria every week, the fries are ALWAYS cold, and the soup is almost never good. Sometimes the food for thought is good, but usually it's just nasty lunchroom food. There is always pizza, which is nice, but pizza gets old if you eat it twice a day everyday. The grill is good, but the line is very long, same with the sandwich bar. The salad bar is good, if it's early in the week and the lettuce is fresh.

4 College Sophomore

Campus Housing: I love the atmosphere, the housing is beautiful and they work very hard to keep it clean. My RA is hard to get in contact with and usually isn't around when I need her, but I don't know how the RA's are overall. The washing machines don't work all the time, but there are enough of them that normally I can find one that works. There is only one oven and stove in the entire building, which is annoying, but I think that's because of a health hazard. Still, they could two or three in the kitchen downstairs.

4 College Junior

Overall Experience: I have been blessed with wonderful, caring professors here at WLC, but there are some who are much less willing to help. Class styles vary--in a good way--and class sizes are nice and small.

4 College Junior

Overall Experience: Pretty good opportunities--especially if you live around the greater Milwaukee area, it seems.

3 College Junior

Athletics: I'm not too involved with athletics here.

4 College Junior

Administration: I think they do a fairly good job of keeping things in order.

3 College Junior

Scholarships: Not very timely in my experience.

College Junior

Party Scene: I don't have any real experience with the party scene.

3 College Junior

Campus Food: I don't mind it, but the variety isn't too exciting. I also wish we had more fresh fruit.

4 College Junior

Campus Housing: The housing options are quite nice compared to other colleges.

College Sophomore

Party Scene: I have never been to a party at my school because that does not really interest me and is not how I prefer to spend my weekends so I am not able to honestly answer the question above.

5 College Sophomore

Majors: I love being in the Nursing program at WLC. It is a lot of work but it is completely worth it and I absolutely enjoy it. Students in the program form study groups to prepare for exams or presentations. Starting the spring semester of sophomore year, nursing students are able to start working in the Nursing Lab at WLC and get experience using the simulators. Junior year students start their clinicals at the area hospitals and get great experience that way. The professors are great because they have all had field experience working as nurses and are now using that knowledge to teach us how to be wonderful nurses.

5 College Sophomore

Health & Safety: It may sound scary that we are located in Milwaukee but we are in the residential area and a great area in the city. As a female student, I feel perfectly safe walking alone on campus at night. We have security guards who are always on patrol on campus and cameras everywhere for protection. The gentlemen on campus are very willing to escort the ladies back to their apartment or res hall. We have had very few instances of crime on campus, especially crime committed by students.

4 College Sophomore

Scholarships: We have great scholarship opportunities at WLC based off of ACT/SAT score and high school gpa. Most of the students accepted at WLC receive a scholarship because the starting scores for scholarships are the starting scores for being accepted with some exceptions. WLC offers a variety of jobs on campus for students who qualify for work study. WLC understands how difficult it can be to pay for college and the financial aid office is very willing to listen to you and to try to make it easy as possible to come here and pay for school.

College Sophomore

Greek Life: We do not have an sororities or fraternities at WLC. We have endless clubs to be involved in but sororities and fraternities are not a part of campus life at Wisconsin Lutheran College. Greek life is also not a part of life at WLC and so the above questions do not apply.

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