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I completed my 4 year degree at the University of WI Milwaukee. I attended the business school, and thought that overall I recieved a good education. The school was very helpful when I needed only one more class to graduate. They let me take the class at another university online so I didn't have to come back for one class.

PROS: Location, lots of majors, good staff
CONS: Parking, too many teaching assistants

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★★★★☆

I completed my 4 year degree at the University of WI Milwaukee. I attended the business school, and thought that overall I recieved a good education. The school was very helpful when I needed only one more class to graduate. They let me take the class at another university online so I didn't have to come back for one class.

PROS: Location, lots of majors, good staff
CONS: Parking, too many teaching assistants

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I received both a undergrad and grad degree from UW Milwaukee. Both were obtained by top notch professors, excellent and knowledgeable in their fields.
As you advance, the classes are smaller and more specialized, with much more one on one teaching from the professors and teaching assistants.
There are plenty of resources to help you get a high quality education at a great price.

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★★★★★

I received both a undergrad and grad degree from UW Milwaukee. Both were obtained by top notch professors, excellent and knowledgeable in their fields.
As you advance, the classes are smaller and more specialized, with much more one on one teaching from the professors and teaching assistants.
There are plenty of resources to help you get a high quality education at a great price.

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I am convinced they try to make everything more complicated and difficult than taking a few summer courses ever should be, next time, I'll just go to MATC. Other than that, they teachers are really good, they know their stuff. Depending on what you are taking it can be really easy or very difficult. The campus is nice and so are the students; it is very easy going(or at least that seems to be the vibe).

PROS: nice campus, good teachers, wide variety of courses
CONS: The university doesn't like it's students(at least it doesn't act like it)

3
★★★☆☆

I am convinced they try to make everything more complicated and difficult than taking a few summer courses ever should be, next time, I'll just go to MATC. Other than that, they teachers are really good, they know their stuff. Depending on what you are taking it can be really easy or very difficult. The campus is nice and so are the students; it is very easy going(or at least that seems to be the vibe).

PROS: nice campus, good teachers, wide variety of courses
CONS: The university doesn't like it's students(at least it doesn't act like it)

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I have taken several classes here and it seems that any office on campus that handles money, has no idea what it is doing. They can even be very "standoff-ish" and rude. The teachers are very good and they offer some really great courses in a wide variety of topics. The campus is pretty nice and the students all seem very laid back ( except in the school of nursing).

PROS: good education, decent course selection
CONS: unorganized

4
★★★★☆

I have taken several classes here and it seems that any office on campus that handles money, has no idea what it is doing. They can even be very "standoff-ish" and rude. The teachers are very good and they offer some really great courses in a wide variety of topics. The campus is pretty nice and the students all seem very laid back ( except in the school of nursing).

PROS: good education, decent course selection
CONS: unorganized

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The University of Wisconsin - Milwaukee is the stereotypical large university. The classes are large and there is rarely the opportunity for individualized attention or learning. I took 2 classes here and they were both huge, lecture hall type classes. The tuition is similar to other universities throughout the state. The campus could use some renovations and updating otherwise is fairly well-maintained.

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The University of Wisconsin - Milwaukee is the stereotypical large university. The classes are large and there is rarely the opportunity for individualized attention or learning. I took 2 classes here and they were both huge, lecture hall type classes. The tuition is similar to other universities throughout the state. The campus could use some renovations and updating otherwise is fairly well-maintained.

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I took a few classes through UWM to keep my teaching certificate. I was not impressed with the professors at all. The classes were boring with very few requirements (great for some I guess, but not for me). Nothing special from this university! I was very disappointed!

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I took a few classes through UWM to keep my teaching certificate. I was not impressed with the professors at all. The classes were boring with very few requirements (great for some I guess, but not for me). Nothing special from this university! I was very disappointed!

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This college is like your typical big college. They do offer a variety of course studies but there is nothing personable about the classes. They have these huge classes and at the beginning of the class the professor tells you look around because you won't see half these people towards the end of the semester. I think that if you want to get to know your professors or want to have extra help this is not the college for you. I think it depends on your style of learning. They do offer smaller classes for English and Math but for Science it is like a theatre and the professor is a tiny dot at the center of the class. It all depends on how you want your college experience to be for four years, if you want to get one on one attention try a private college.

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This college is like your typical big college. They do offer a variety of course studies but there is nothing personable about the classes. They have these huge classes and at the beginning of the class the professor tells you look around because you won't see half these people towards the end of the semester. I think that if you want to get to know your professors or want to have extra help this is not the college for you. I think it depends on your style of learning. They do offer smaller classes for English and Math but for Science it is like a theatre and the professor is a tiny dot at the center of the class. It all depends on how you want your college experience to be for four years, if you want to get one on one attention try a private college.

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I applied to attend here while living with my parents. By the time I did start attending, I was married and pregnant. I attempted to apply for financial aid and was told "We cannot help you. Your parents make too much money". I explained that, since the time I had applied (beginning of my senior year), I had gotten married and was pregnant. They still refused to help me because "my original application did not reflect that." I changed my name, address, and financial status in their records, and the financial aid department still refused to help me! To this day, I have been married over 6 years, and they're STILL sending things to my maiden name (but at my new address! Somehow they managed to get that right in their computers!)

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CONS: Don't want to help you if they can avoid it!

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I applied to attend here while living with my parents. By the time I did start attending, I was married and pregnant. I attempted to apply for financial aid and was told "We cannot help you. Your parents make too much money". I explained that, since the time I had applied (beginning of my senior year), I had gotten married and was pregnant. They still refused to help me because "my original application did not reflect that." I changed my name, address, and financial status in their records, and the financial aid department still refused to help me! To this day, I have been married over 6 years, and they're STILL sending things to my maiden name (but at my new address! Somehow they managed to get that right in their computers!)

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CONS: Don't want to help you if they can avoid it!

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