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Are the professors, generally, helpful?

Joe_L514Joe_L514 Registered User Posts: 583 Member
edited August 2008 in Drexel University
Most of the comments made by former or current Drexel students talk about how the professors are not really committed to teaching their students.. and other reviews mention that there are frequent problems with Financial Aid?
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Replies to: Are the professors, generally, helpful?

  • hahaseashellshahaseashells Registered User Posts: 11 New Member
    One thing for sure, the administration system sucks at Drexel. They are slow and hard to contact.
    Financial aid is not bad for me though. I got scholarships but that's beside the point. If little/no aid (non-loan) is given, then drexel is uber-expensive to go to.

    As for professors, they are not high school so they won't spend a lot on you, but they will help if you asked. I think all college professors are like that, it's a transition from high school, not differences between colleges.
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