100% of students
I love how diverse and accepting the school is
I love the classes. The professors are generally great, but the material at least feels complete. I don't feel like I'm walking out of class unprepared, and what I do learn has been making me feel as if I am slowly, but eventually, becoming a full-fledged electrical engineer.
Some of the professors did not have realistic expectations of students. I had severe issues going on with my family, something I could not avoid and meant I was out of school for a couple of weeks. When I came back, instead of giving any sort of empathy for the situation, a couple just told me to drop out "if I couldn't take the workload." I could, it's just not my fault my entire life fell apart in the course of those two weeks. Staying alive and healthy is more important, but sadly, this mindset is frequently disregarded by a select few professors.
A really good education for the price its given, the food sometimes has it's on days but the on-campus non-dining hall food is also really good
help was hard to find - their customer service was so bad and if you were in a dorm and said your toilet was clogged, it would take a while for them to come
Great college with great opportunities.
The professors are willing to go above and beyond in helping students achieve their goals. There is nothing more I appreciate than the personal attention from faculty and dedicated staff. On top of that, there are so many research opportunities for students who are into research-- a number of faculty are willing to work with undergrad students on their research. And this is great for those considering grad school.
I have not had any bad experiences at Uml. I live off-campus, however, considering other students who live in dorms-- complain about the disparities between dorms. More like some dorms offer better services than others yet it's about the same amount of fees.
I liked that there were multiple resources available to students. The Professors were for the most part solid. The students I've seen aren't crazy.
It may be difficult to make some friends if you don't put yourself out there. Some professors don't fully prepare you for tests and quizzes, only a select few.