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Inter American University of Puerto Rico - Bayamon Reviews
The opportunities that gives you the freedom it gives you, all that has to offer, from installations, material, learning ... But the best thing that leaves you desempeñarte in a workplace and academic as you want, and you get yours to exploit capabilities and qualities that can take you to be a high achiever. Its also great student atmosphere that makes everyone feel at home, surrounded by great people with different characteristics. The changes are to continue improving.
There were many exchange programs in our school available for foreign students to come to the U.S. I felt that the majority of foreign students were Hispanic, Asian and Middle Eastern. The campus was also very diverse in religion, sexual orientation, political beliefs and economic background. I feel that, for the most part, students were accepting of others. I never witnessed any discrimination or racism, personally.
I never had to turn to the housing department for help with housing, so I am basing this rating on what I have heard from other students. The housing department always made opportunities for housing available to all students and updated their lists frequently. I know that they said they were willing to help when needed. I never heard of any poor reports about housing; only that sometimes they weren't able to mediate in roommate conflicts effectively.