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100% of students
I love how it feels like a community. There's many resources that can help you build a successful future and create long-lasting friendships.
As any other low-income student would feel, tuition and housing options are a bit high. Better financial help would be greatly appreciated.
Great opportunities for career development.
I like the diversity that the school has to offer. They have many things going activities around campus all the time. My professors are very welcoming and easy to talk to.
I wish that things were closer together because the campus is so big.
The professors I've had are really amazing, they've sparked a passion in me and I go to campus every day excited to learn.
I wish there were more course sections available with a wider variety of professors available.
It is a very diverse institution, and all the professors are friendly and fair.
The parking is not great, expensive and far.
I like that there are hundreds of resources for everything you could possibly imagine you might need a resource for.
I don't live on campus so I can't really say what I didn't like about it.