100% of students
The quality of the education is worth the sweat!
Students should be aware of the pressure that comes with having a STEM major.
I transferred here from the University of Buffalo and regardless of what I was said about the University at Buffalo, I feel like I've experienced better professors as well as more passion for what they are teaching. At Brooklyn College, it feels as if a lot of the teachers want their students to do their best in life not just in class.
Not much maybe I just wish that there was more funding for the college.It's really a great school and deserves more for it
The professors care so much about what they teach even during a pandemic. They are understanding and caring. The students are great as well and you feel like you still have friends even doing a fully online semester.
My only critique of Brooklyn College is that they could have more class options for students wanting to study unique topics.
The academic choice of major in e-business.
The lack of social life.
I really liked the dedication of the professors the most. Although the first year, many classes had a major amount of students, the students that make themselves available to professors often got rewarded with great mentoring and career opportunities. Likewise, maintaining those mentor relationships is key in graduating in as many skills as possible beyond the curriculum and the classroom.
As with all lesser non-campus based schools, it was hard to get and foster friendships with other students. Seize the opportunity to make a great friend when you can! They will surely help for study groups as well in future classes (especially if you register for classes together when in the same area of study).
The professors are truly amazing at their job and really make the effort to make a student succeed in their academic goals.
I didn't like the online structure but that's a general thing as I am more of an in-person learner. the overall effort from Brooklyn college was truly amazing.