- Class: Sophomore
- Major: History
- Gender: M
- High School: Scranton Preparatory School
- Transfer Student: N
In my opinion PC's strongest point is its student body. I love going to school here because of the students. The academics here are great but the administration needs a lot of work. They are unorganized and are often very difficult to deal with. You will get a good education here and have the best time of your life without question, but be prepared to be very annoyed with the school's administration in general. They are beginning to fix some problems but they still have a lot to do. The big picture is that the benefits of going here outweigh the drawbacks without question.
The majority of professors here are great and more than willing to help students, with the exception of a few but all schools have their bad professors. The entire CIV program is being redone because of the complaints about it so that should be fixed by 2012. I enjoy my classes here and I feel like I am getting a good education. The thing lacking is some sort of system for grading so that students who don't get the "easy" professors they wanted won't get hurt academically compared to the students that did. There is a problem with that concerning the various CIV teams, and also many of the different departments have professors that are more or less demanding than others in the same department, which makes it very difficult to judge a student's final grades.
Great student body. You are guaranteed to have a great time with all the people here whether you drink or not. This is a big drinking school but not everyone does here, and everyone still has a great time. We all may look alike but for the most part everyone is extremely friendly and always looking to meet more people.
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