|Ethnicity Breakdown||Asian||Black||Caucasian||Hispanic||Middle Eastern||Native American||Pacific Islander|
|Davenport University Students||4%||15%||66%||19%||2%||4%||1%|
|All Bold.org College Students||11%||21%||37%||25%||2%||2%||1%|
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100% of students
There are many people that can help you figure out any problems you are having. The campus is easy to navigate and the people are friendly.
The cost is high but it is reasonable, it is just hard for me to find the money.
I enjoyed my time at Davenport University, most of the faculty is very helpful and seems to be invested in your success.
Most of my courses were only offered online due to my major which made networking and the social aspect of school difficult.
I like how it is smaller and it is more focused on the students. Staff members really take the time to get to know the students and help them out instead of being in big lecture hall classes at bigger universities. They have been so helpful in trying to get students on the right track to achieving their careers. The campus is beautiful and I absolutely love it
I don't have any bad comments about Davenport university.
Great school and atmosphere.
Work can be difficult but we are there to learn.
I appreciate the support from staff, faculty, and students. The Center for Campus Life does a great job at facilitating community connection. Additionally, the quality of education is exceptional. The resources available are constantly expanding to help students become successful.
I didn't like the price of the education because it is very expensive. I believe that financial aid does not always provide exceptional services to students.
The staff does a good job of supporting their students. I had tendon surgery so was without the use of one of my arms for almost a year, and they were very good about making sure I had the ability to continue my studies.
It's really too expensive.