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- of students agree that professors put a lot of effort into teaching their classes.8 responses
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University of Puerto Rico - Humacao Reviews
University of Puerto Rico at Humacao is a small public university in the east coast of Puerto Rico. The simplicity of this university makes it possible for students to learn from professors, themselves, and interact personally with them. It is also a research university, therefore students have the opportunity of conducting undergraduate research for academic experience and gain knowledge about their area of interest.
Something that is outstanding about the University of Puerto Rico - Humacao are the students. They're very helpful, resourceful, fighters, and so many other amazing characteristics everyone should possess. On the other hand, the administration should be more caring about our institution.
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.