These schools are similar to University of Pittsburgh-Johnstown in key aspects like size, setting, and academics.
33% of students
I like that it is a smaller campus so it allows me to focus on my academics more.
That there isn’t much to do as for activities and getting help for tutoring is pretty hard
The campus has a lot of nature (but it all died during the winter anyway)
The professors are just here to get paid, most neglect the fact that no one in their class knows what's going on. They say they have tutoring but the tutor's arent screened so they are no help either. The food is unsalted and always stale. The girls here often get sexually assaulted and don't speak up. The guys here are lame but egotistical, as well as unscholarly. Not a good learning environment.
I have enjoyed my time studying at UPJ. I am a transfer student from Penn Highlands Community College and both schools are located across the street from one another. The staff and professors at UPJ have been very easy to work with when transferring. Professors are knowledgeable and want to see their students succeed.
I did not like how all of my credits did not transfer from a community college.