These schools are similar to University of Massachusetts-Boston in key aspects like size, setting, and academics.
100% of students
I like the connections I made with people genuinely.
I don’t like the professor that do not care for the students or if they understand the material given.
For those who are not blessed financially, UMASS Boston is the cheapest school to go to and you’ll still get a great education. The advisors I worked with were very helpful every step of the way.
The prerequisites make it hard to take the classes you actually need.
The campus is in a gorgeous location. Some of the buildings are old and still have chalkboards however the new science buildings are beautiful. The professors are decent. Like wherever you go, there are certain professors that aren't great.
Look at the rate of my professor before choosing classes. Some professors shouldn't be teaching.
I like the classes provided and the professors at the university. Many clubs are available and are very diverse socially.
The food is not that great.
The campus is super nice, even if some buildings do feel a bit old. The professor, for the most part, are chill and serious about their job but also understand that students need a break sometimes.
Not much that I didn't like. I would just say how construction around campus seems to be going slow and caused traffic jabs at times.
The teachers are very caring and sweet and actually care about your education. The food is really good and there are many different options
it is a commuter school so at the beginning it is hard to make friends, but as soon as you find your people its so smooth and fun