University of Nevada-Las Vegas

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  • 1515 E Tropicana Ave # 250

    Las Vegas, NV 89119

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  • 702-895-1077

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There are many reasons why you should go and why you should go:

A main reason why you should go is because the education is CHEAP! if you live in NV it is less then 2k a semester .. if you live out of NV its around 5k so its not bad either way you go.

Now why you should not go:

Parking .. the parking is horrible, you need to pay over $80 to get a parking pass, but there hardly is any parking

CSUN - student government wastes your money on big screen tvs, etc

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★★★☆☆

There are many reasons why you should go and why you should go:

A main reason why you should go is because the education is CHEAP! if you live in NV it is less then 2k a semester .. if you live out of NV its around 5k so its not bad either way you go.

Now why you should not go:

Parking .. the parking is horrible, you need to pay over $80 to get a parking pass, but there hardly is any parking

CSUN - student government wastes your money on big screen tvs, etc

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I absolutely loved the courses and professors.Unlike the Business college, every student has a name. The professors come from all over the world. In one semester I had professors from Iran, Japan, Malaysia, Czech Republic and Canada, to name a few. They bring to the classes an amazing amount of first hand experience which is essential for Political Science classes. The department is a close knit group of professors who know each other very well, and know most of their students on a personal level. Even though most are published, they offer office hours and will meet with any student at any time, for whatever reason. These professors do not coddle students and expect them to engage themselves in every class. The students in this department were very interactive and interested in their education.
On the other hand, there is the Business department. This department is like running the ultimate gauntlet. The classes are scheduled poorly, and for the amount of students there are, there are not nearly enough class times offered. From a students point of view, they are trying as hard as they can for students to spend as many years as possible working their way through the system. A suggestion to ANY student at this school would be to get EVERYTHING in writing. If an advisor tells you something, make sure they write it and sign it. Their correctness will be called into question many times along the line, and you will be glad you had something in writing to prove that you are on the right track. Also, the students in this department usually already have good management jobs on the Strip anyway, and are not interested in coming to class, coming on time, or participating while they are there.

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I absolutely loved the courses and professors.Unlike the Business college, every student has a name. The professors come from all over the world. In one semester I had professors from Iran, Japan, Malaysia, Czech Republic and Canada, to name a few. They bring to the classes an amazing amount of first hand experience which is essential for Political Science classes. The department is a close knit group of professors who know each other very well, and know most of their students on a personal level. Even though most are published, they offer office hours and will meet with any student at any time, for whatever reason. These professors do not coddle students and expect them to engage themselves in every class. The students in this department were very interactive and interested in their education.
On the other hand, there is the Business department. This department is like running the ultimate gauntlet. The classes are scheduled poorly, and for the amount of students there are, there are not nearly enough class times offered. From a students point of view, they are trying as hard as they can for students to spend as many years as possible working their way through the system. A suggestion to ANY student at this school would be to get EVERYTHING in writing. If an advisor tells you something, make sure they write it and sign it. Their correctness will be called into question many times along the line, and you will be glad you had something in writing to prove that you are on the right track. Also, the students in this department usually already have good management jobs on the Strip anyway, and are not interested in coming to class, coming on time, or participating while they are there.

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I live in the halls and plan to until i grad. Freshman halls are a nightmare. dont live in them if you can help it. I live in Dayton Halls and they are the newest, nicest etc. I love it personally and would recommend it to anyone.

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I live in the halls and plan to until i grad. Freshman halls are a nightmare. dont live in them if you can help it. I live in Dayton Halls and they are the newest, nicest etc. I love it personally and would recommend it to anyone.

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