« on: March 16, 2005, 03:53:08 PM »
Just because a school is proud of a very expensive and very modern addition to their institution doesn't mean they "suck" as you so eloquently put it.
I'm sure their admissions personnel would have addressed any of your concerns, if you only asked. In fact a 3rd year called me the other day just for that reason, I asked her about job placement, work load, etc. she was more than happy to talk to me-- and we spent about 20 minutes on the phone, she answered all of my questions.
Placement stats and info about their academic programs can be found in neat and glossy charts throughout the plethora of admissions material, no doubt, that was already sent to you. I don't think you can fault them on presenting what new projects they are working on. At least they are genuinely concerned about the quality of life of their students and are clearly making it a central concern.