University of Texas - Tyler '13
Majoring in Human Resources Development
Member since 8/15/2011
It Was Fantastic – The UT Tyler course workload was acceptable consider I was in upper level classes and teachers expect more from their students. My laptop and on-campus computers were a huge success to my overall performance. Studying with students in my classes improved my grade for each of my classes by at least on letter grade. I plan to apply those same skills when taking graduate courses.
It Is Acceptable – The workload is a lot, but it is doable. You have to plan your time wisely. There is plenty of places to go to study when you are on campus (library, computer lab, empty classrooms, and The University Center). There are job opportunities for students on and off-campus. I found one job opportunity off campus while attended the school.
It Is Acceptable – Tyler has two colleges to choose from, and ranks top on my list. Plus, I have lived in Tyler for almost three years and enjoy living there. However, I would have liked to change my living conditions.
The staff, teachers, and other students are friendly and helpful when I am studying on campus. The school activities gets thumbs up for effort. I participated in several activities around and gives a little release after a hard day's study.
Some of the nearby living conditions appear to be disruptive and unsafe with Cambridge Tyler. I like to be in Tyler, Texas is not too small like out in the country and it's not too big like Dallas, Texas. Tyler, Texas is right in the middle for it's population. I do not feel overcrowded in the this small city.
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