Pacific Northwest National Laboratory

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I have attended WSU Tri-Cities for three years and have recently graduated with my Bachelor's degree. I thoroughly enjoyed attending this University. There is a wide variety of classes available, both on campus and over the Internet. The professors are generally very knowledgable and easy to work with. I especially enjoyed my science classes because the professors were actual scientists during the day and taught classes at night, or were retired from a scientific field. The class sizes were usually small, for a more personal class experience. The staff was generally helpful in getting registered for classes and finding financial aid. The campus is alongside the Columbia river, providing a nice place to walk or sit between classes or during lunch. The atmosphere is relaxed and not rushed, and people are usually friendly. There is sometimes an poerating small cafeteria, but proprietorship changes hands frequently so you are not always guaranteed a cafeteria meal. There are vending machines as well. I would recommend this campous for a very good education. I only wish they would offer more variety of classes during the day, and offer more masters and doctorate programs.

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I have attended WSU Tri-Cities for three years and have recently graduated with my Bachelor's degree. I thoroughly enjoyed attending this University. There is a wide variety of classes available, both on campus and over the Internet. The professors are generally very knowledgable and easy to work with. I especially enjoyed my science classes because the professors were actual scientists during the day and taught classes at night, or were retired from a scientific field. The class sizes were usually small, for a more personal class experience. The staff was generally helpful in getting registered for classes and finding financial aid. The campus is alongside the Columbia river, providing a nice place to walk or sit between classes or during lunch. The atmosphere is relaxed and not rushed, and people are usually friendly. There is sometimes an poerating small cafeteria, but proprietorship changes hands frequently so you are not always guaranteed a cafeteria meal. There are vending machines as well. I would recommend this campous for a very good education. I only wish they would offer more variety of classes during the day, and offer more masters and doctorate programs.

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