College Sophomore 2013-07-20T15:52:53Z
In the union you can play foosball or ping pong, which is boring after 3 days of it. There are no traditions except basketball games. The buildings are extremely boring and have no interesting features. Seems like art is a foreign concept to the design of the campus. Campus Activities is very non-existent, which is hard in the winters when the snow starts to fall and doesn't allow you to get out of town.
College Sophomore 2013-07-20T15:45:21Z
The bathrooms are dirty and they have grafetti in them. I'm afraid to go to the bathroom, but in the winter you have to because of the snow.
College Junior 2012-12-20T06:48:27Z
The school is in a beautiful are. the scenery is wonderfully. The schools medical imaging program is in the top two in the state if not number one!
Recent Alumnus 2012-09-18T08:11:24Z
The Portland campus library is miniscule. There is one table with a few seats around it and very few books available. Generally books have to be requested and shipped in from Klamath Falls. This means they take days to arrive, sometimes over a week, making it almost useless for timely work.
Recent Alumnus 2012-07-02T17:59:30Z
Electronic Labs; This is it? Really? This review pertains to the West Portland campus. The electronic labs are a joke for a school purporting to be a technical school. The bench equipment consists of a function generator, dual channel power supply, and digital oscilloscope. Equipment in the two labs were not all equal with one lab having mix of outdated and hobbyist quality Protek function generators. Most of the oscilloscopes were Teks low end China made model sold at Fry's for hobbyists. The power supplies are low end BK Precision with so much noise they are probably even switching supplies instead of better linear supplies. No bench DMMs there are some feature, range and accuracy limited handhelds available. Labs are often accessible outside of class hours but other then the bench equipment everything is locked up (including the scope probes). There are also not enough labs for each student or even each desk. The school relies on the free LTSpice and doesn't have license for any of the Spice programs most used in industry (HSpice, PSpice, etc).
I expected much more from the school. Portland Community College at Rock Creek for example has Agilent function generators, DMMs, power supplies, and scopes and they have one set per student. They also have a very nice bench-top LCR available for accurate part checking, PSpice licenses and even a complete LabView setup with DAQ cards in every computer of which there is one per lab station (student) as well.
They have just enough to be able to do the experiments they assign but not with very accurate results.
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