College Sophomore 2013-12-03T01:02:35Z
Never have food out and fresh
College Sophomore 2013-12-02T17:41:52Z
The weather is very typical. It is really hot in the Summer, nice in the Fall, very cold in the Winter, and rainy in the Spring.
College Sophomore 2013-12-02T17:39:44Z
Campus is mostly whit dominate. But within the other group there is a large number of nationalities and ethnic backgrounds.
College Sophomore 2013-12-02T17:36:49Z
School is located by a beautiful lively city. Huge variety of food places with in a driving distance of the campus. There is also great level of diverse ethnic food places that are also available for delivery. many of these places are opened very late offering the late night meal option. This allows students for an opportunity to eat whenever, easily, with out over using one place.
College Sophomore 2013-12-02T17:26:39Z
The Dining Hall at my school has a great variety of food. They have both the health option and the quick, not so healthy options. They give you the freedom of creating your own food which keeps you from getting bored of eating there. It allows me to enter as many times as I want each day and eat and drink as much as I want making it a money saver considering I would spend more on food then I do on the meal plan in order to satisfy my eating habits.
College Junior 2013-11-17T02:35:50Z
Health & Safety:
Except for horrible experiences with the people outside in the Village, the campus is very secure and perfectly safe at night.
College Junior 2013-11-17T02:33:32Z
In my limited knowledge of what goes on with the sports aspects of the school, everyone seems passionate enough, but I never hear anyone really talk about it. I myself don't enjoy varsity sports at all, either watching them or participating in them, so I know I don't ever talk about it unless asked about it. Like now!
College Junior 2013-11-17T02:31:10Z
Let's just say that the only reason I can come here in the first place is because of the scholarships I'm receiving...
College Junior 2013-11-17T02:30:26Z
Public Safety keeps the campus very safe and secure, but they're also never too intimidating or too imposing as long as you're not doing anything wrong. They patrol the campus on a nightly basis (I know because I spend a lot of late nights in the computer lab), and if you need them they're just a phone call away.
College Junior 2013-11-17T02:27:51Z
I never looked into living off campus myself, so I'm not well versed in off-campus living.
College Junior 2013-11-17T02:26:37Z
Animation takes a lot of work and late nights are a frequent occurrence, but there's a list of people who are allowed to stay in the lab after hours for as long as they'd like (which is composed entirely of animation students). Workloads are massive, but then again, the scope of the animation industry makes college work seem like nothing in comparison. The professors are very talented and hold (or have held) actual jobs in their respective industries in some shape or form, and the other animation students are very helpful, understanding, and willing to show how they achieve their end results for those who are curious. The software library consists of many industry standard animation programs and is always the most recent version as of the current year; if a previous version of a program is being used, it is only a matter of time until it is upgraded (usually done over the summer).
College Junior 2013-11-17T02:26:37Z
For the most part, the professors are very accomplished and very passionate about the subjects they teach. They'll also be fully supportive for you if you need help and choose to seek it out. Classes are almost never easy, but you'll always learn something new as long as you put effort into the classes. If you don't put effort in, you WILL be weeded out of the student body. Don't come in expecting easy A's; you'll be paying a lot of money just to be here, so give it everything you've got.
College Junior 2013-11-17T02:16:22Z
There's a "coming out of the closet" day run by students, which should speak for itself.
College Junior 2013-11-17T02:15:20Z
With the exception of the Pub's happy hour, no alcohol is served at the school at all. Only Park Avenue is allowed to have alcoholic beverages in it, and there are regular inspections to check for illegal substances as well. Anyone found in violation is promptly revoked of their privilege to live here and, if there is peer pressure going on (if ever), it's doubtful that the offenders will be attending the school for much longer.
College Junior 2013-11-17T02:11:51Z
Depending on what building you live in, campus life can either be insanely luxurious or, for lack of a better term, completely ghetto, but all of the buildings are at least reasonably clean. Living on campus is notoriously expensive, so if you can, try to secure a spot in either Rutherford or Park Avenue. Freshmen are required to live in either Hamilton or Twombly, with the few exceptions living in the Village (capitol "V"). Avoid the Village, if you can.
College Junior 2013-11-17T02:07:05Z
The winters are freezing and the summers can be brutally hot, but generally bad weather isn't much of an issue here. If storms do come, they usually pass quickly, but do remember that weather can't be controlled.
College Junior 2013-11-17T02:05:35Z
I don't participate in nightlife so don't ask me about it.
College Junior 2013-11-17T02:04:21Z
The labs supply plenty of high quality computers for everyone, and one is specifically for the animation department. The computers can be relied on for running intensive programs and the software is always the latest version of industry standard programs.
College Junior 2013-11-17T01:57:11Z
Beautiful campus makes up for boring buildings.
College Junior 2013-11-17T01:54:17Z
I don't drive so I wouldn't know firsthand.
College Junior 2013-11-17T01:53:20Z
Not the best, but edible. Only three restaurants.
College Junior 2013-11-15T16:12:38Z
You don't have to drink if you don't want to or you are underage it is no a problem at all. You barley hear about people talking drugs so its pretty safe around here I recommend it.
College Junior 2013-11-15T16:02:45Z
Everyone knows that they campus is large and green. It is nice to be surrounded by nature- trees, green fields, garden.
The school is located in an area away from the big city which makes it a great study place as well as social place.
It could be very quiet as well as fun to hang out with your peers. The students organize a lot of after school activities and trips.
College Junior 2013-11-15T15:54:28Z
I am a transfer student and it used to be hustle to get a scholarship or financial aid, but the situation had changed since I came to Florham. They helped me out in research and at this point they cover for some of my tuitions. If you keep up your GPA they will do as much they can to help out or at least to show the right direction.
College Junior 2013-11-15T15:50:23Z
Guys & Girls:
I don't live on campus, so my perspective could be bit different from those who actually constantly socialize.
Boys are young and mostly immature where into parties tho, so they have tons of stories and other interest besides school. Most of them play sports, fun to cheer for our teems and athletic mates. Girls are mostly pretty and friendly. I haven't experienced any type of discrimination or even an argument.
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