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Wright State University- Lake Campus is great for students in the area looking to stay at home while attending school. The university offers many degrees for being a very small school.
This university is so great and I greatly and 100% recommend it to anyone and everyone looking for a location to obtain a degree at.
Wright State University Lake Campus is a very small but welcoming university. Both students and professors are eager to receive and express knowledge.
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Avoid WSU at ALL costs! A deeply corrupt and unstable institution so far in debt it's unfathomable. If you come here, prepare to lose lots of time and credits due to having to transfer. They committed HUGE H1-B visa fraud AND settled with the feds for $2 million for cheating people out of their student aid in still untold amounts. They still had to cut over $30 million last year. Even AFTER they pulled strings on the gov. (+20$million) Another round of cuts made it so they couldn't even afford to print paper in their own offices at one point. The labs are disgusting and outdated; they cut most of their cleaning crews. They cut a HUGE amount of faculty as well. Good luck having more than one option (if any) even for required courses in many cases. DO NOT take any of your math courses here especially calculus and up.
Just the morning of writing this; they now need to somehow cut ANOTHER $10mill+. The humanities here are delusional only come if you already have a victimhood mentality.
I absolutely love the Lake Campus, the professors are so chill and are easy to work with. With many students that are from the area, it is nice to see familiar faces!
Very small campus in pretty much the middle of nowhere. The professors are nice and willing to work with you and if you're of an adverage intelligence you'll feel like a genius. But I mean you get a free YMCA membership and it's an education.
Wright state lake campus is a wonderful place to continue your education from the academics to athletics the school is very amazing and has open opportunities for current and future students this campus is a very positive environment it is also safe. Wright state university lake campus is a great experience and I would encourage anyone to come.
I've taken two years worth of courses at the Wright State - Lake Campus! It's definitely a small town basic college, but a great choice none the less. The faculty is exceptional, always pushing to expand the student mind, and the classes are offordable. There are many encouraged accommodations made available for all students including free counseling. I only give them four out of five stars, simply because certain majors cannot be completed at the lake campus alone without having to transfer to the Dayton Campus.
I've not had any experiences-neither good nor bad--with academic flexibility.
Online courses aren't my favorite, and there generally isn't much peer-to-peer interaction. your relationship with your professor isn't as strong either, but the workload is reasonable since there isn't any lecture time.
At this point in my education i am not sure about post-grad services.
As previously mentioned, class sizes are smaller which is beneficial. The small staff means that you may have a professor for more than one class, which is nice is there is one that you particularly favor.
i have not been informed about many internship opportunities and there is not really much employer recruiting.
All of the psychology classes require a lot of reading and studying on your own outside of lectures. The material is somewhat difficult but it is so worth it!
The small classes sizes makes sure that every student is getting the attention that they need.
Everyone at my school is helpful!
My schedule is flexible since I am going half time.
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I do not spend too much time at the school to form a solid opinion.
I am only going half-time, so I do not spend much time at the school. I will know more next semester when I go full-time.
I had a more difficult time than an average student since I graduated early from high school and was in another state.
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