Originally Posted by dinoant
I just wanted to inform all pharmacy interested students that small schools don't give a **** about you. They try to pull you in with high tuition saying that they take every student into consideration, but they really don't . They could give two ****s if you fail a class, or if you fail 1 class, they really don't mind keeping you back a year. Campbell University is a prime example of this. I would question their small time "atmosphere" during the interview, because they really don't care about their students.
Define small school... are we talking about private schools? Less than how many students? What is the criteria?
It is my understanding that the newer "diploma mill" schools most often have high tuition and care for just the $$$ of their students' wallets, hence they never kick anyone out.