University of Connectcut

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This review is for the main UConn campus at Storrs, CT. I spent two semesters at this campus before transferring to the smaller Stamford campus. While this wasn't type of education I was looking for, I can see someone who is looking to live on campus would love this school. I was lucky enough to have been assigned to upper class dorms, where the bathrooms and showers were seperated. I heard though that freshmen dorms weren't as nice and the only thing seperating the showers was a shower curtain. They were very nice when I requested a new bed due to my back problems. Food was pretty good too I guess, on the rare times I ate. I didn't like how payment for food is required, even if you'd rather make your own instead of eating at the cafeteria. What I just didn't like about this campus was the large classrooms of 100+ students. For me, that was a hindrance to actually learning the material. On the rare chance you sign up for a smaller class, the faculty were really nice in helping you with problems during their office hours.

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This review is for the main UConn campus at Storrs, CT. I spent two semesters at this campus before transferring to the smaller Stamford campus. While this wasn't type of education I was looking for, I can see someone who is looking to live on campus would love this school. I was lucky enough to have been assigned to upper class dorms, where the bathrooms and showers were seperated. I heard though that freshmen dorms weren't as nice and the only thing seperating the showers was a shower curtain. They were very nice when I requested a new bed due to my back problems. Food was pretty good too I guess, on the rare times I ate. I didn't like how payment for food is required, even if you'd rather make your own instead of eating at the cafeteria. What I just didn't like about this campus was the large classrooms of 100+ students. For me, that was a hindrance to actually learning the material. On the rare chance you sign up for a smaller class, the faculty were really nice in helping you with problems during their office hours.

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