Carlos Albizu is a private university located in San Juan, Puerto Rico. It is a small institution with an enrollment of 186 undergraduate students. Admissions is somewhat competitive as the Carlos Albizu acceptance rate is 63%. Popular majors include Speech Language Pathology and Psychology. Carlos Albizu alumni go on to earn a starting salary of $27,000.
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- of students agree that professors put a lot of effort into teaching their classes.7 responses
- of students agree that it is easy to get the classes they want.9 responses
- of students agree that the workload is easy to manage.9 responses
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- of students feel confident they will find a job in their field after graduation.8 responses
Carlos Albizu University - San Juan Reviews
As I high School Student That have been investigating of different universities , IT was very recommended by many people. I am very interested to study Psychology there.
Una experiencia muy enriquecedora. Tanto el equipo de facultad como el administrativo están disponibles para ayudar a los estudiantes.
The college is new, so the organization and administration management is poor. There are very good proffesors, but also the bad ones that don't show to much interest in student's needs.