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A very clean school it's got it's own bookstore and restraunts it has building door certain sides of education the pizza there is very good the exterior desgines of the buildings are beautiful only thing is that you have to pay for alot of things there.... .
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I had my undergraduate degree from UNCW. It is a nice and good university.
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Had a great experience at this university. Comm Studies Dept. is amazing and unforgettable.
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hii how much is it and how many year for study i want the answer as soon as possible plzzz
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Suuuuper cheap school cut corners everywhere and charge students for everything they can. Can't wait to transfer out of here next semester. Doesn't bother me when the charge us for printing and charge us obscene amounts for on campus living and food but when it starts affecting my education is when i get pissed. My current Teacher assistant for my Chemistry 102 class is a undergraduate student who is probably only a few classes ahead of me, im constantly correcting her during our supplemental instruction sessions, they could pay a grad student who knows his/her stuff but that would cost them an extra $40 a week so no way. UNCW is known for their biology, chemistry, and physical oceanography departments but their facilities are old (they all still use chalkboards.. first time iver ever seen one in my life) and some flat out gross, its a running joke to call Deloach Hall ( the physics and oceanography building) DeRoach hall because of all the roaches you see running around and the flat out uncleanliness. I'm not being hyper critical just honest, there are a lot of positives. The food though it costs a lot is very good in my opinion they have great vegetarian and vegan options. The Student rec center is par none, best rec center ive ever seen and everyone here is all about health and fitness. They also have a newly renovated math building and a new computer technology building and teaching building but I rarely go into them. Seems like there trying to improve there lacking programs to get more people interested in the school and its at the cost of there well known programs because they know people will continue to come here whether facilities are nice or not. And the staff and faculty are on and off really depends but i guess thats the same everywhere. But hey at least or basketball team makes it to the NCAA tourney ever year and we can afford to pay our coach like 5 mil a year or something.
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I love UNCW. My degree in Psychology was worth every penny. I loved the staff, program and I learned a lot about myself. I grew tremendously because of the help of staff at UNCW and working in the Chemistry Dept. I had an amazing experience doing my undergraduate studies at UNCW and wouldn't change it for the world.
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I received my undergrad degree from this school in 1991 and still maintain contact with some of my professors. I would recommend this school over any school in the world. It was great and I don't regret earning my degree from them. Go Seahawks!!!!
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I give this school 3stars, it's an okay school that is yellow light, conservative. I wish there was more diversity. They are lacking a football team. They need to broaden their horizons some more and have more recruitment efforts with students from other countries and get them engaged to educate the masses.
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GREAT INSTITUTION FOR LEARNING!!
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Extremely challenging university. As a former student of multiple NC system universities I can tell you from experience that the students at this campus are much more mature than others students in the state. They do not come here simply to party, but to get a great education and appreciate the natural surroundings the community and beaches have to offer. For those who say many students simply come to this town for the surf and beach lifestyle, you are correct. However, those students who simply came to party, surf, etc. don't last more than a semester or two on campus. As for the faculty, not all of them are perfect, but if you show them that you are willing to learn and put in the time, they will reward you for it. Stick to the course catalog you were given as a freshman, be responsible for your own class selection, don't simply count on or blame your advisors for your oversights.
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