Recent Alumnus 2012-09-19T05:38:51Z
My professors are awesome, knowledgeable, friendly and helpful. I love what I learn and I never liked school before, but I love it now!
Recent Alumnus 2012-09-19T05:37:47Z
I am a returning adult student and social scene, facilities and campus life do not appeal to me. So for me, I am quite satisfied with what the campus has to offer. The only drawback is internship opportunities are limited to North New Jersey instead of Central and South New Jersey.
Recent Alumnus 2012-09-19T05:35:07Z
Tuition & Financial Aid:
The process used to be a hassle until Wayne came on board. He is very helpful, knowledegable, reachable, and receptive.
Recent Alumnus 2012-09-19T05:32:32Z
For the most part, computers work find. On occassion, the computers were not available for printing.
College Junior 2012-01-30T08:42:32Z
There was a flood at the original campus and the new one isnt all that great.
Recent Alumnus 2011-09-15T17:35:04Z
Tuition & Financial Aid:
This would be the one thing that I have a slight issue with. It's not the financial aid process as that's fine. It's the part of paying for any books that you may need to complete your courses. I am used to having a book voucher at my disposal and at Somerset, there isn't one as far as I know of. So, that is one out-of-pocket expense that I really am having a hard with as I am currently unemployed. So getting my books is kind of a tight spot for me right now.
Recent Alumnus 2011-09-15T17:32:19Z
What makes this school unique to me is that for one it is a christian college. I can come here and not feel ashamed of my religious background as there are people there of all races and ages and we all share a love for God. We are allowed to pray, discuss things that may be going on in our lives without being judged and/or criticized.
There is a sense of individuality at Somerset. Everyone that I have come in contact with has shown me nothing but respect and are very friendly. If you have a problem, there are more than willing to work with you. You are always greeted with a smile an an occasional hug. You are definitely made to feel welcome.
My last institution of higher learning (Essex County College) was a good school, but there are some classes that made you feel as if you didn't matter; as if you were just another body occupying a seat in the class. My psychology instructor for Psychology 102 made it clear that he didn't believe in "a higher power" and even went as far as to call anyone who did "sun god worshippers". I felt so uneasy in his class that there were times when I just couldn't go in and do what I needed to do; so my grade suffered. I passed with a C, but I know that I am a much better student than that.
As far as the campus at Somerset is concerned, I have only visited the Newark Campus and I like it alot. It's a large spacious area with comfortable classes, a nice lounge and there is always someone there who is more than willing to help you if you need it.
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