|By Paceyankee2004 (Paceyankee2004) on Tuesday, January 06, 2004 - 02:58 am: Edit|
Can anyone give any firsthand information on this school? I want to go to school in Manhattan and I am attracted to its Greenwich Village location but also to its alternative methods of education. However, I read that students from Lang incur some of the highest debts of any school in the country. Is the school good with financial aid? Will employers take you seriously coming from a school that doesn't give out grades like a typical college?
|By Realmotivation (Realmotivation) on Friday, January 16, 2004 - 07:36 pm: Edit|
I can't find anything either - exept on one site I pulled up during a studyhall, it said something like "the extent of political undiversity is dissapointing." When I visited this college the biggest complaints I heard were that the new residence halls required everyone who lived in them to purchase a meal plan and hardley anyone used them(fire codes and some law required them too build a cafeteria, sice students couldn't use hotplates), and they turned the student lounge into offices for professors, as the school is trying to create (more reliable) full time positions. It's not a college for a career, it's for filling a thirst, for expanding on passions.
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