Penn State Dubois is an above-average public college located in DuBois, Pennsylvania. It is a small institution with an enrollment of 447 undergraduate students. The Penn State Dubois acceptance rate is 85%. Popular majors include Business, Wildlife and Fisheries Management, and Information Science. Graduating 53% of students, Penn State Dubois alumni go on to earn a starting salary of $40,100.
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- of students agree that professors put a lot of effort into teaching their classes.11 responses
- of students agree that it is easy to get the classes they want.11 responses
- of students agree that the workload is easy to manage.11 responses
Most Popular Majors
Wildlife and Fisheries Management19 Graduates
Information Science13 Graduates
Occupational Therapist Assistant13 Graduates
Human Development12 Graduates
Physical Therapy Technician9 Graduates
Mechanical Engineering Technician6 Graduates
Liberal Arts and Humanities3 Graduates
Criminal Justice and Safety Studies2 Graduates
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Penn State Dubois Reviews
I would not recommend this campus to anyone. The professors are wonderful, intelligent and helpful as long as you do the classwork. They are very understanding if you need extra time on an assignment because of extenuating circumstances and will do all that they can to help you succeed. The administration is awful. They are there merely to collect their paychecks and do not care if their neglect to elucidate the college system costs a student their education. I have experience with this firsthand. I questioned the financial aid department repeatedly and specifically about how a decision would impact my aid eligibility, and they assured me there would be no repercussions. They lied to my face. I am no longer eligible to receive aid at Penn State or any other school that "requires you to be in good academic standing at your previous institution." This has been hard, because I was always an excellent student and well-reputed with all my professors.
As like everyone else, I had my doubts about DuBois at first. All it took was a visit, and orientation to make me love the college and the area. You have your mcdonalds, red lobster, and walmart right down the road, a close knit community on a small 5 acre campus, student housing right around the corner, and a sense of belonging. Currently I am entering my first year tomorrow.
I love it. The teachers are amazing and the degree that I'm going for is just fun to learn! You get to go outside and enjoy all of the great outdoors for some labs and learn a lot of the animals, plants and agriculture practices to help the ecosystem