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PR - Bayamon is a public university located in Bayamón, Puerto Rico in the San Juan Area. It is a small institution with an enrollment of 3,919 undergraduate students. Admissions is somewhat competitive as the PR - Bayamon acceptance rate is 61%. Popular majors include Biology, Special Education and Teaching, and Accounting. PR - Bayamon graduates 37% of its students.
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Athletic Division
NCAA Division II (without football)
Athletic Conference
Independent Southeast Region
Road 174 #170 Minillas Industrial Park
Bayamon, PR 00959
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Net Price
$5,577/ year
Average cost after financial aid for students receiving grant or scholarship aid, as reported by the college.
Average Total Aid Awarded
$5,910/ year
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In comparison to Rio Piedras, Bayamon is a superior campus. The professors are way more responsible and engaged in what they teach. Also, way more helpful and accessible.

In terms of campus facilities, if you are not a science related major the campus absolutely sucks. It is a horrible campus disregarding the new buildings.

Also note that the Computer Science bachelors degree is a BA, yes, a Bachelor of Art IN COMPUTER SCIENCE?! Completely baffles me, maybe it has to do with an accreditation problem? I'm sure Mayaguez will prove a better experience and provide more tools academically and professionally for students.

In sum, if you're going to study Computer Science, don't be lazy and go to Mayaguez.
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This University has an amiable environment that stuck with me through my studies. While other colleges around the country played pranks and the like on freshmen, this one was very welcoming. The food is great and has a variety of clubs and associations you can join. Unfortunately the college isn't without its flaws. The class enrollment process is old, complex and antiquated. Students must race each other at midnight on a certain day to enroll themselves on classes. Only a certain amount of students can enter the system at the same time, and this makes the process frustrating . The class facilities are in dire need of repair and renovations. The ceilings are exposed,
and you can see the cables and pipelines running through it.
UPR-Bayamon taught me what community effort and solidarity are like. I learned to be a better person for those around me and for myself. It really opened my eyes to what having an extended family and do and the power it has to help you get through the tough transition that is college life. It showed me that persevering and rising in the mist of adversity has benefits and payoff. Thanks yo UPR Bayamon I was prepared enough to complete a Masters Degree in Sciences and am currently tackling my first year of medical school.