Emory University

Emory University, located in GA, was ranked #21 out of 310 ranked universities in the US in 2016.

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www.emory.edu 201 Dowman Drive Atlanta GA 30322 (404) 727-6123
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In the school year, 17,796 applicants applied to Emory University. Out of which 4,773 of the applicants were admitted and 0 enrolled.

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School Reviews (50)


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Rated 3.9/5

Campus

Rated 4.8/5

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Rated 4.8/5

Happiness

Rated 4.3/5

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Rated 4.1/5

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Rated 4.8/5

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Rated 3.7/5

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Rated 3.5/5

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  • Overall school rating 4/5
    All-around amazing scenic campus with great resources and professors. It's close enough to Atlanta to visit regularly but it's distant from the downtown crowd. Classes were great and the professors were very encouraging. All my professors were welcoming to my class related queries and the classes, for the most part, weren't dull. ...Continue reading

  • Overall school rating 4/5
    So happy here. I could not give high enough praise! Your college experience is always what you make it, but Emory is a really great place to make it awesome! It's definitely quirky, but that's what makes it so great! If its the school for you, you will know! ...Continue reading

  • Overall school rating 4/5
    Looking forward to see what the future Student Life Center will be like... There're so many departments and subjects for students to explore. It is HELLA lacking in spirit. At times it feels more like an institution than a school but once you meet the other students you'll meet some of the most interesting and kind people. ...Continue reading

  • Overall school rating 4/5
    I love this school! The friends I have made here are wonderful. The student to professor ratio is great (the largest class I've been in was around 70-100 and these were for intro classes). However, the work load is overwhelming but not totally unbearable -- you may fail sometimes. ...Continue reading

  • Overall school rating 4/5
    I am glad I choose Emory -- even though I never visited campus before move in day. Also, there are a ton of internships offered exclusively with Emory, and the school provides jobs throughout the year. The campus has a distinguished feel, with older buildings, but the classrooms are all high tech and host smaller classes of 30 or less. ...Continue reading

  • Overall school rating 4/5
    Emory is top 20 in the nation for a reason. Great professors and very advanced school facilities. If you have a crappy attitude, don't expect it to be fun and enjoyable. If you choose to get involved, there are plenty of opportunities. ...Continue reading

  • Overall school rating 3/5
    Food on campus is alright most of the time. People who complain typically never went out and tried to get involved or meet any people. I LOVE it here. It's a great place to be and professors are great. Emory isn't perfect, but it's an institution that actively works to fix its faults. Professors are engaging and accessible outside of lecture. Student body is brilliant and very diverse, but extremely liberal. The classes are rigorous require study time and effort. The campus is clean, safe, and beautiful. Healthy competitive academic environment. Coming here will broaden your horizons. ...Continue reading

  • Overall school rating 4/5
    Emory has a beautiful campus and is very warm and welcoming to all students who attend. ...Continue reading

  • Overall school rating 4/5
    It is what you put in. The people here are very balanced - smart, put together, attractive. The university (esp. the B school) does a great job of getting you hired. Classes are rigorous, but manageable - you'll graduate with a good GPA. Social scene is solid due to proximity to Atlanta nightlife. Only thing I dislike is not having D1 sports and tailgates. ...Continue reading

  • Overall school rating 3/5
    Emory is a pretty typical college. In terms of prestige, academics, and opportunities, it certainly excels. There are some things that I find fault in, but none of them have made me regret my decision to go to Emory. ...Continue reading

  • Overall school rating 4/5
    small and intimate community with amazingly rich resources campus is soooo beautiful Plus, the campus is beautiful. However, Greek life is a big part of social life, and there's a very pronounced rich kid vibe in undergrad. ...Continue reading

  • Overall school rating 4/5
    I never thought I could feel more at home in a school. The best school in the Southern United States, by far. All the students love Emory, the teachers rock, and Atlanta is awesome ...Continue reading

  • Overall school rating 3/5
    Emory wasn't my first choice, but looking back it's the perfect place for my college experience. SO many focused and determined individuals. It will definitely push you to your limits. It's like pushing you off a cliff, hopefully you can learn how to fly. But a great school none the less. :) Go to Oxford for the first two years. ...Continue reading

  • Overall school rating 3/5
    It's a really good school with fantastic professors. Professors are usually helpful, but enrollment is hell and so is the competition. EVERYTHING is hard to get. Want to research? Want to become an UNPAID sophomore RA? How bout a job? You'll face 3 rounds of interviews and a 10% acceptance rate. Frats DOMINATE the social scene and the food sucks. ...Continue reading

  • Overall school rating 4/5
    It's a pretty good campus with nice facilities. There are definitely things that need to be improved but those are mainly administrative. ...Continue reading

  • Overall school rating 5/5
    Amazing school with a great reputation, amazing professors, and challenging courses. The location is great because Atlanta is literally a bus away (most students who complain never take it because they're too uppity for public transit). I love it. ...Continue reading

  • Overall school rating 4/5
    A great university in Atlanta, yet seems to be in the suburbs because of the surrounding neighborhoods. so many opportunities, caring professors, and beautiful campus. I am a psychology major and couldn't be happier here. I feel fully prepared to go on the graduate school! ...Continue reading

  • Overall school rating 4/5
    Very Liberal in both policy and student orientation. The reputation of the school is awesome! The social scene is dominated by Greeks, but the lack of a huge Division 1 sports presence really allows you to stay focused on your work. The crazy competition found at Ivys and Psuedo-Ivys is nonexistent here. Everyone cares about each other and works together. There are a lot of things I didn't like in the first two years, but now I feel a lot happier and I think it's just because I'm used to everything. The size of the undergrad student body is perfect for me. My high school had 300 students 6-12th grade ...Continue reading

  • Overall school rating 4/5
    All the Cali kids complain about how the weather sucks, but the weather is FINE. ...Continue reading

  • Overall school rating 3/5
    Students are kind, though many are ultra liberal. It sounds like it will really enhance everyday life. EmoryUnplugged has room for improvement. ...Continue reading

  • Overall school rating 3/5
    Great, quaint little school in the forest. School tries hard to make first year students have more spirit in the college. Very research heavy, but that often leads to professors who know what they're talking about. Not much to do outside of academics though.... ...Continue reading

  • Overall school rating 3/5
    Emory campus is pretty average. Only downside would be the food/dining and ever-so increasing tuition. ...Continue reading

  • Overall school rating 3/5
    Emory is a good school. Academics are solid, the campus is beautiful, and the people are friendly. Although Atlanta isn't the best city in the world, the weather cannot get better. At the end of the day however, nothing truly distinguished comes out of Emory, creating a significant gap between Emory and America's elite universities. ...Continue reading

  • Overall school rating 3/5
    Everything's good except for the DUC. A well rounded school for whatever subject you wanna pursue--pre medo, business, law, nursing, or a plain liberal arts education. Professors genuinely care for students, including the pre med class professors. Graduated last year and I would do it again in a heartbeat. The community is very vibrant and people are nice. On the downside though, a lot of people aren't intellectually stimulating and general awareness. Most students are either pre - med or pre - business. ...Continue reading

  • Overall school rating 4/5
    There is no school I would rather be at than Emory. Coming to Emory I was a little unsure if I would like being in Atlanta but after a year I wouldn't go anywhere else. There is something here for everyone and all of the professors so far have been top notch and very friendly. ...Continue reading

  • Overall school rating 3/5
    It was a great choice coming here. The food is decent, but what else would you expect from college dining? Everyone stays fairly busy with school work and social activities. ...Continue reading

  • Overall school rating 4/5
    Emory professors are giants in their fields and will hook you up with amazing opportunities, there's a great arts scene and lots of lecture series. Socially, fratssororities are pretty important. Being a foody, the food is terribly limited and the DUC is just plain bad. Cox and off campus stuff are good, but freshmen oh boy do I recommend getting the medical meal plandooley dollars. There are some aspects that could be improved though ...Continue reading

  • Overall school rating 4/5
    I think i made a good choice coming here ...Continue reading

  • Overall school rating 3/5
    Great balance between academic and social. ...Continue reading

  • Overall school rating 4/5
    The best choice I could have ever made From the food to the weather, and from the professors to the extracurriculars, Emory has it all going on. The food is literally the worst, and the meal plan options make it impossible to avoid. ...Continue reading

  • Overall school rating 2/5
    The school isn't what I expected, but it is better than many other schools I got into. The city itself (how rural it is) was my biggest discontent. Towards the end of my senior year, the thought of leaving the Emory community was bitter-sweet. But no, I wouldn't recommend Emory if you're the type that needs to get inspiredmotivated by your surroundings. ...Continue reading

  • Overall school rating 4/5
    I like the campus a lot. Emory is spending up a storm. Best looking library ever. Students are serious, smart but know when to party - friendly and outgoing. Atlanta is great, access to internships through career center. Love this school! ...Continue reading

  • Overall school rating 4/5
    If I could go back, I would have chosen Emory a lot sooner. It's a very rigorous school, but the students love this school! Food from the dining hall is a coin flip, good some days, horrible on others. The internet connection seems to go out for days at a time sometimes over breaks (when nobody is there to fix it) but there are multiple wifis to connect to in case one goes out. ...Continue reading

  • Overall school rating 4/5
    When I applied, I had never visited the school before, but it was the BEST DECISION OF MY LIFE. The school is a decent size with everything in walking distance and the food is fantastic. The students are diverse and very smart the majority of students want to be in medicine or business. Emory has everything you could want in a university. ...Continue reading

  • Overall school rating 4/5
    Emory provides me great environment and class experience. ...Continue reading

  • Overall school rating 4/5
    Although the party scene isn't the best, Emory's other features make up for it! I love the school, the professors, and the people here. In class discussion is pretty ideal since all classmates are engaged in the study. There are so many opportunities in varies fields. Very supportive campus indeed. This year the food has become so great that almost everyone thinks eating has improved compared to his or her eating at home. ...Continue reading

  • Overall school rating 3/5
    Not my top choice but I'm ridiculously happy here! It's technically elite so it's got a pretty good reputation. The food is decent, but it will hopefully get better with the addition of a new dining hall. Otherwise, I love it here. ...Continue reading

  • Overall school rating 3/5
    Emory is a diverse school with a wide range of opportunities for students. Great Education. ...Continue reading

  • Overall school rating 3/5
    It is very academic. ...Continue reading

  • Overall school rating 4/5
    Emory is great class wise and people wise, but you must go out of your way to be engaged with the campuscity to have a good time (and no that doesn't mean going to a club to drink). The minute you step on campus, you will know why it is one of the best schools in the nation! ...Continue reading

  • Overall school rating 3/5
    I'm a huge city girl, so it took me a while to get used to & start liking Emory. If you are looking for a place where you will be happy to meet a few people and hang out with them you will love it here. If you are trying to party with a lot of people you will not ...Continue reading

  • Overall school rating 3/5
    A great school. The food is okay in Cox, but you get sick of it after a while. The people aren't the best overall, but I've managed to find a good friend group, though it took me two years. Don't start at Oxford College, it is hell on earth. But Emory College is good. A little out of the way. Not in Atlanta. Lots of international students and people coming from money. ...Continue reading

  • Overall school rating 3/5
    I don't regret choosing Emory, and I would probably end up in a worse place if I hadn't chose Emory. ...Continue reading

  • Overall school rating 4/5
    love attending emory! really prestigious professors, a good community of people, and lots of opportunities. ...Continue reading

  • Overall school rating 3/5
    Gorgeous campus, dorms are pretty solid with the crappy ones constantly being renovated, and great reputation. ...Continue reading

  • Overall school rating 3/5
    You have to make your experience at Emory. ...Continue reading

  • Overall school rating 3/5
    Not bad but somewhat overrated. You have to proactive if you want to make the most of your experience. Very secular, but there are religious organizations and support groups available. Not so much learning and discussion as there is scientific research and STEM focus for a liberal arts college. I am also disappointed with the yearly raise in tuition fees and the recent misreporting of data for incoming students. I have considered transferring. ...Continue reading

  • Overall school rating 4/5
    Emory University is like the Harvard of the South. Amazing school. I feel like I could talk to anyone and have a great conversation. The teachers are wonderful and genuinely invested in their students. I can't imagine a school where I'd be happier. ...Continue reading

  • Overall school rating 4/5
    Beautiful Campus. ...Continue reading

  • Overall school rating 4/5
    This school made me who I am today. Also class registration is the absolute worst. Couldn't imagine myself anywhere else. ...Continue reading

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  • Overall school rating 4/5
    All-around amazing scenic campus with great resources and professors. It's close enough to Atlanta to visit regularly but it's distant from the downtown crowd. Classes were great and the professors were very encouraging. All my professors were welcoming to my class related queries and the classes, for the most part, weren't dull. ...Continue reading

  • Overall school rating 4/5
    So happy here. I could not give high enough praise! Your college experience is always what you make it, but Emory is a really great place to make it awesome! It's definitely quirky, but that's what makes it so great! If its the school for you, you will know! ...Continue reading

  • Overall school rating 4/5
    Looking forward to see what the future Student Life Center will be like... There're so many departments and subjects for students to explore. It is HELLA lacking in spirit. At times it feels more like an institution than a school but once you meet the other students you'll meet some of the most interesting and kind people. ...Continue reading

  • Overall school rating 4/5
    I love this school! The friends I have made here are wonderful. The student to professor ratio is great (the largest class I've been in was around 70-100 and these were for intro classes). However, the work load is overwhelming but not totally unbearable -- you may fail sometimes. ...Continue reading

  • Overall school rating 4/5
    I am glad I choose Emory -- even though I never visited campus before move in day. Also, there are a ton of internships offered exclusively with Emory, and the school provides jobs throughout the year. The campus has a distinguished feel, with older buildings, but the classrooms are all high tech and host smaller classes of 30 or less. ...Continue reading

  • Overall school rating 4/5
    Emory is top 20 in the nation for a reason. Great professors and very advanced school facilities. If you have a crappy attitude, don't expect it to be fun and enjoyable. If you choose to get involved, there are plenty of opportunities. ...Continue reading

  • Overall school rating 3/5
    Food on campus is alright most of the time. People who complain typically never went out and tried to get involved or meet any people. I LOVE it here. It's a great place to be and professors are great. Emory isn't perfect, but it's an institution that actively works to fix its faults. Professors are engaging and accessible outside of lecture. Student body is brilliant and very diverse, but extremely liberal. The classes are rigorous require study time and effort. The campus is clean, safe, and beautiful. Healthy competitive academic environment. Coming here will broaden your horizons. ...Continue reading

  • Overall school rating 4/5
    Emory has a beautiful campus and is very warm and welcoming to all students who attend. ...Continue reading

  • Overall school rating 4/5
    It is what you put in. The people here are very balanced - smart, put together, attractive. The university (esp. the B school) does a great job of getting you hired. Classes are rigorous, but manageable - you'll graduate with a good GPA. Social scene is solid due to proximity to Atlanta nightlife. Only thing I dislike is not having D1 sports and tailgates. ...Continue reading

  • Overall school rating 3/5
    Emory is a pretty typical college. In terms of prestige, academics, and opportunities, it certainly excels. There are some things that I find fault in, but none of them have made me regret my decision to go to Emory. ...Continue reading

  • Overall school rating 4/5
    small and intimate community with amazingly rich resources campus is soooo beautiful Plus, the campus is beautiful. However, Greek life is a big part of social life, and there's a very pronounced rich kid vibe in undergrad. ...Continue reading

  • Overall school rating 4/5
    I never thought I could feel more at home in a school. The best school in the Southern United States, by far. All the students love Emory, the teachers rock, and Atlanta is awesome ...Continue reading

  • Overall school rating 3/5
    Emory wasn't my first choice, but looking back it's the perfect place for my college experience. SO many focused and determined individuals. It will definitely push you to your limits. It's like pushing you off a cliff, hopefully you can learn how to fly. But a great school none the less. :) Go to Oxford for the first two years. ...Continue reading

  • Overall school rating 3/5
    It's a really good school with fantastic professors. Professors are usually helpful, but enrollment is hell and so is the competition. EVERYTHING is hard to get. Want to research? Want to become an UNPAID sophomore RA? How bout a job? You'll face 3 rounds of interviews and a 10% acceptance rate. Frats DOMINATE the social scene and the food sucks. ...Continue reading

  • Overall school rating 4/5
    It's a pretty good campus with nice facilities. There are definitely things that need to be improved but those are mainly administrative. ...Continue reading

  • Overall school rating 5/5
    Amazing school with a great reputation, amazing professors, and challenging courses. The location is great because Atlanta is literally a bus away (most students who complain never take it because they're too uppity for public transit). I love it. ...Continue reading

  • Overall school rating 4/5
    A great university in Atlanta, yet seems to be in the suburbs because of the surrounding neighborhoods. so many opportunities, caring professors, and beautiful campus. I am a psychology major and couldn't be happier here. I feel fully prepared to go on the graduate school! ...Continue reading

  • Overall school rating 4/5
    Very Liberal in both policy and student orientation. The reputation of the school is awesome! The social scene is dominated by Greeks, but the lack of a huge Division 1 sports presence really allows you to stay focused on your work. The crazy competition found at Ivys and Psuedo-Ivys is nonexistent here. Everyone cares about each other and works together. There are a lot of things I didn't like in the first two years, but now I feel a lot happier and I think it's just because I'm used to everything. The size of the undergrad student body is perfect for me. My high school had 300 students 6-12th grade ...Continue reading

  • Overall school rating 4/5
    All the Cali kids complain about how the weather sucks, but the weather is FINE. ...Continue reading

  • Overall school rating 3/5
    Students are kind, though many are ultra liberal. It sounds like it will really enhance everyday life. EmoryUnplugged has room for improvement. ...Continue reading

  • Overall school rating 3/5
    Great, quaint little school in the forest. School tries hard to make first year students have more spirit in the college. Very research heavy, but that often leads to professors who know what they're talking about. Not much to do outside of academics though.... ...Continue reading

  • Overall school rating 3/5
    Emory campus is pretty average. Only downside would be the food/dining and ever-so increasing tuition. ...Continue reading

  • Overall school rating 3/5
    Emory is a good school. Academics are solid, the campus is beautiful, and the people are friendly. Although Atlanta isn't the best city in the world, the weather cannot get better. At the end of the day however, nothing truly distinguished comes out of Emory, creating a significant gap between Emory and America's elite universities. ...Continue reading

  • Overall school rating 3/5
    Everything's good except for the DUC. A well rounded school for whatever subject you wanna pursue--pre medo, business, law, nursing, or a plain liberal arts education. Professors genuinely care for students, including the pre med class professors. Graduated last year and I would do it again in a heartbeat. The community is very vibrant and people are nice. On the downside though, a lot of people aren't intellectually stimulating and general awareness. Most students are either pre - med or pre - business. ...Continue reading

  • Overall school rating 4/5
    There is no school I would rather be at than Emory. Coming to Emory I was a little unsure if I would like being in Atlanta but after a year I wouldn't go anywhere else. There is something here for everyone and all of the professors so far have been top notch and very friendly. ...Continue reading

  • Overall school rating 3/5
    It was a great choice coming here. The food is decent, but what else would you expect from college dining? Everyone stays fairly busy with school work and social activities. ...Continue reading

  • Overall school rating 4/5
    Emory professors are giants in their fields and will hook you up with amazing opportunities, there's a great arts scene and lots of lecture series. Socially, fratssororities are pretty important. Being a foody, the food is terribly limited and the DUC is just plain bad. Cox and off campus stuff are good, but freshmen oh boy do I recommend getting the medical meal plandooley dollars. There are some aspects that could be improved though ...Continue reading

  • Overall school rating 4/5
    I think i made a good choice coming here ...Continue reading

  • Overall school rating 3/5
    Great balance between academic and social. ...Continue reading

  • Overall school rating 4/5
    The best choice I could have ever made From the food to the weather, and from the professors to the extracurriculars, Emory has it all going on. The food is literally the worst, and the meal plan options make it impossible to avoid. ...Continue reading

  • Overall school rating 2/5
    The school isn't what I expected, but it is better than many other schools I got into. The city itself (how rural it is) was my biggest discontent. Towards the end of my senior year, the thought of leaving the Emory community was bitter-sweet. But no, I wouldn't recommend Emory if you're the type that needs to get inspiredmotivated by your surroundings. ...Continue reading

  • Overall school rating 4/5
    I like the campus a lot. Emory is spending up a storm. Best looking library ever. Students are serious, smart but know when to party - friendly and outgoing. Atlanta is great, access to internships through career center. Love this school! ...Continue reading

  • Overall school rating 4/5
    If I could go back, I would have chosen Emory a lot sooner. It's a very rigorous school, but the students love this school! Food from the dining hall is a coin flip, good some days, horrible on others. The internet connection seems to go out for days at a time sometimes over breaks (when nobody is there to fix it) but there are multiple wifis to connect to in case one goes out. ...Continue reading

  • Overall school rating 4/5
    When I applied, I had never visited the school before, but it was the BEST DECISION OF MY LIFE. The school is a decent size with everything in walking distance and the food is fantastic. The students are diverse and very smart the majority of students want to be in medicine or business. Emory has everything you could want in a university. ...Continue reading

  • Overall school rating 4/5
    Emory provides me great environment and class experience. ...Continue reading

  • Overall school rating 4/5
    Although the party scene isn't the best, Emory's other features make up for it! I love the school, the professors, and the people here. In class discussion is pretty ideal since all classmates are engaged in the study. There are so many opportunities in varies fields. Very supportive campus indeed. This year the food has become so great that almost everyone thinks eating has improved compared to his or her eating at home. ...Continue reading

  • Overall school rating 3/5
    Not my top choice but I'm ridiculously happy here! It's technically elite so it's got a pretty good reputation. The food is decent, but it will hopefully get better with the addition of a new dining hall. Otherwise, I love it here. ...Continue reading

  • Overall school rating 3/5
    Emory is a diverse school with a wide range of opportunities for students. Great Education. ...Continue reading

  • Overall school rating 3/5
    It is very academic. ...Continue reading

  • Overall school rating 4/5
    Emory is great class wise and people wise, but you must go out of your way to be engaged with the campuscity to have a good time (and no that doesn't mean going to a club to drink). The minute you step on campus, you will know why it is one of the best schools in the nation! ...Continue reading

  • Overall school rating 3/5
    I'm a huge city girl, so it took me a while to get used to & start liking Emory. If you are looking for a place where you will be happy to meet a few people and hang out with them you will love it here. If you are trying to party with a lot of people you will not ...Continue reading

  • Overall school rating 3/5
    A great school. The food is okay in Cox, but you get sick of it after a while. The people aren't the best overall, but I've managed to find a good friend group, though it took me two years. Don't start at Oxford College, it is hell on earth. But Emory College is good. A little out of the way. Not in Atlanta. Lots of international students and people coming from money. ...Continue reading

  • Overall school rating 3/5
    I don't regret choosing Emory, and I would probably end up in a worse place if I hadn't chose Emory. ...Continue reading

  • Overall school rating 4/5
    love attending emory! really prestigious professors, a good community of people, and lots of opportunities. ...Continue reading

  • Overall school rating 3/5
    Gorgeous campus, dorms are pretty solid with the crappy ones constantly being renovated, and great reputation. ...Continue reading

  • Overall school rating 3/5
    You have to make your experience at Emory. ...Continue reading

  • Overall school rating 3/5
    Not bad but somewhat overrated. You have to proactive if you want to make the most of your experience. Very secular, but there are religious organizations and support groups available. Not so much learning and discussion as there is scientific research and STEM focus for a liberal arts college. I am also disappointed with the yearly raise in tuition fees and the recent misreporting of data for incoming students. I have considered transferring. ...Continue reading

  • Overall school rating 4/5
    Emory University is like the Harvard of the South. Amazing school. I feel like I could talk to anyone and have a great conversation. The teachers are wonderful and genuinely invested in their students. I can't imagine a school where I'd be happier. ...Continue reading

  • Overall school rating 4/5
    Beautiful Campus. ...Continue reading

  • Overall school rating 4/5
    This school made me who I am today. Also class registration is the absolute worst. Couldn't imagine myself anywhere else. ...Continue reading


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