Five Towns College Reviews
I went to school here as was one of 10-15 students at most in Mass Communications and in the 6 years I've been out of the school, I have not gotten my career job. The career offices do nothing for you and they never had the proper connections within the broadcasting field. I would stay as far away from this school as possible. The only credit I will give is the professors were top notch in the communications department.
At five towns the community is small but very tight knit. Smaller class size allow for professors to focus one on one.
Love it here. Work is pretty easier then it was in high school for me. Everyone is friendly and willing to help if you need it
I like that eventually after a week or 2 everything is hands on. The people you meet are amazing. Seeing different personalities being brought out by the students passion for their studies. Is truely amazing.
As soon as I walked into five towns I was greeted happily by the administration and immediately given a tour of the school and campus. Soon after I actually met the president of the college shook his hand and he formally got to know me, this made me feel like the college had a very home like atmosphere. After giving the tour I am mediately applied and no more than two weeks later was excepted and my schedule has been made. Although I have not yet taken a class I am very excited for what the next few years will hold for me at five towns College!
My experience with Five Towns is pretty good. As a resident on campus, I like how hard the students try any and everything to make life better and more enjoyable. Even for those who do not reside on campus, they still join whatever festivities that may happen. One thing they might have to work on is reviewing the success of their events. If it was a popular success, then they should have more of it throughout the year.
the food needs to be better and not as expensive. the upbeat cafe should not have the deli and salad area close at 7 if the whole upbeat closes at 11. and we need to throw more parties
Five Towns has excellent teachers, especially in the music department. They have recently begun trying to improve the schools facilities and appearance by planting flowers and revamping the schools radio station. There are many opportunities there for all kinds of interests. The only frustrations i had with the school were when I had to deal with registrar, bursar, or financial aid. These appointments tend to take too long and sometimes it seems that no one is informed.
Everything's about making the school look good and hiding better projects from the owner/President
The classrooms aren't filled to capacity, so the experience between teachers and students is very personal. It allows me to pay attention easily.
There are many opportunities for students to intern so they are ready for the "real world".
The college allows students to join internship opportunities so they can get their feet wet in their fields.
I have been in the school for 2 weeks and I already feel how great the year is going to be. The classes don't have a lot of students, so it is a more personal experience with the teachers.
All the teachers are fine and have a hands on learning technique.
Get involved and you'll have a great learning experience!
In my High School year the wonderful things I experienced here was just like having a real job and opened up my mind even more to see that I'm on my own.