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University of Puerto Rico - Humacao Reviews
Review University of Puerto Rico - Humacao
So far, my experience at this campus has been really great. During my first year of college, I'd been studying in another campus, and at that place I didn't feel quite at home. I'd made many friends and I love the campus itself, don't get me wrong, but the professors and counselors, and overall staff were just incredibly disheartening. They didn't seem to know how to answer the doubts and questions I voiced/asked in hopes of getting some help in understanding what I wanted to do in my future. Now when I transferred to my current campus in Humacao, I quickly felt comfortable in the setting. The professors were nice, and they were quite helpful in answering whatever question or confusion I had about my major and other things. I joined a club, also, which has helped me settle in and integrate myself with the community. Overall, it's been a great experience so far, albeit yes, the cafeteria being small and stuff like that, but other than that, I haven't had any problems.
I loved the trees and open spaces in the campus. The library was small but, always accessible to students. I would like to see a bigger cafeteria and benches, where students could sit since there are not enough areas for students to sit during their free time.
It's a good campus. The area is not diverse in terms of food places near the campus but it's bot a big deal. The food is good and their is also creativity and community service along the academic year. If I had to choose again a campus to start my bachelors I'll choose the same because it provides a lot students helps (academic & economic) & the professors are pro-student. There's always a few that are different hut I thinks its okay not really bad.