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Caribbean University - Bayamon Reviews
Caribbean University located in Bayamon, Puerto Rico in my opinion is a very nice University. The campus is big enough to socialize and has great areas to study with a group or by yourself. The library has most of the books that you will need. The staff are wonderfully great. Most classrooms are comfortable. The Profesors are very good at teaching and are respectful to every students thoughts. Overall its a great university campus wise and especially educational wise.
There is not many options around the school. Including healthy choices. There are some fast food which not everyone including myself cannot eat. There is no student discounts, the variety is going to a supermarket to buy some stuff.
Most of the classrooms are in the same building, changing classrooms are not a problem if raining, but most of the classrooms do not have air conditioner, necessary in Puerto Rico's weather.