These schools are similar to SUNY at Albany in key aspects like size, setting, and academics.
100% of students
Academic wise SUNY Albany was pretty good and if you really pay attention and study then you will walk out of class with a handful of knowledge.
The dorms are a bit tight, everyone pays the same for housing, yet some dorms are much smaller than others.
I really enjoy the environment. There's always something going on on campus. The school engages every student at every event. The sports games are enjoyable to watch.
The food can get repetitive, but overall the food is decent.
Suny provides an innumerable amount of ways to help students not just in enrollment but throughout your education. I had exceptional circumstances that affected me in the middle of a semester. My mentor, student services, and the financial aid offices helped me and helped me with an appeal for financial aid. I am sure that most people will not have some of the same issues; available support will be there any time they need it.
Often, it is hard to get classes dropped, even when it's within the allowed time frame.
UAlbany's education has a lot to offer, not just in academics but also in campus life. Diversity is everywhere in UAlbany, which means UAlbany allows us to meet new people who may have the same interest as ours which can also help us achieve and fulfill our goals.
It's okay but it can be better.
The professor is fairly new so they don't know as much about teaching.
It was close to where I live
Most of the professors don't care if you have an exam performance anxiety disability.