These schools are similar to The University of Texas at Dallas in key aspects like size, setting, and academics.
100% of students
Diversity and hard work are the names of the game, with plenty of opportunities for fun. The faculty, staff, and other students are supportive and helpful.
Be aware of all the resources provided no matter what university you attend. Housing is difficult to get into plan accordingly. Parking can be an issue just like most Universities, the permit you need will depend on when you take classes and how far you are willing to walk. I recommend gaining an excellent understanding of the DART system for which we can get a free dass.
There's brand new housing available for students and the campus is beautiful. Most of the students are serious about their education and that is the vibe you can expect here. There are plenty of social clubs to join if you're interested in meeting other students. The main drawback is that on-campus dining is not something to write about but there are SEVERAL excellent restaurants near campus so make sure to try them out.
Dining services could be better but nearby restaurants take care of this.
I honestly really like the University of Texas at Dallas, however, it is a bit of a smaller community since many people commute so I think if you want a more quiet school then this would be good.
I don't really like the dining halls, they are definitely not great.
I haven't even attended my first class yet and it has been an amazing process. Get involved with social activities and talk to the many professionals around you. They all want to help you and see you succeed!
Nothing so far.
UTD is great for academics, has lots of opportunities in any field, and beautiful campus.
The social life is poor since it's a commuter school and many people leave right after class.
The dorms are a nice place and some of the best in Texas. and the academics are of great quality.
The food is not good and there is constantly hair in the food. Greek life is almost non-existence