cons: 1. 13 faculty members will be leaving by the end of the summer of this year. reason unknown. one probable reason is administration. a trend that is common in every few years. how can one possibly obtain recommendation for future thoughts of doing a residency, etc,.? 2. comprehensive fee of 300 that you need to pay EVERY YEAR for using their computers, printing papers (can print up to 60 papers max a day), using their bathrooms, etc,. As if the tuition is not enough... 3. orientation fee of 100 will be included in your financial statement when you accept their offer of admission. If you couldnt make it or dont want to go, you STILL have to pay for it. for transfer students, you sit mostly in classroom for 8 hours straight, at which two hours, you take two stupid exams and get to eat one FREE lunch. Lame-o 4. mcphs stands for mcp HIGH SCHOOL. a revisit of your high school. just look at the building. Also, it's a commuter school literally. not a campus setting to sit idly and meet people. students come and go like herds for work or home after classes. 5. there are about 60 computers for 3000 students in the building. Always traffic, always crowded. When finals come, dont even go to the library. 6. unlike other schools, where they accept a certain amount, about 500 prepharmacy students will arrive this year. On top of that, 50 transfers will arrive either into the 2nd or 3rd year as well. Imagine the first day in class: it's like sitting in an introductory biology class! (this implies two things: EASY TO GET INTO & $$$$$ for the school. ) 7. doesnt have co-ops, but they have these so-called experiential programs, where students commit ONLY 40 hours to learn about the retail or hospital settings, for some during the summer and others during the year. not enough spaces for all the 300 students to do their programs in one summer, so they divide the students for some to do the summer and others for fall or spring. what can you possibly learn in that short amount of time? a really stupid program, say the pharmacists. oh, you dont get paid too. 8. the cafeteria and gym are shared with the other school across. very ugly looking. No real estate location to afford lands for our own cafeteria and gym. 9. some professors dont know how to teach. rather disorganized. a tuition of 25,000 per student (times 300 students for pharmacy, and the rest of the health programs). that's a lot of money! we pay them to teach us WELL! i wonder what do they really do with the money? 10. students here are known to vent and complain everyday. maybe it has something to do with the school. NO STUDENT i know would say a good thing about this school. 11. lowest naplex score consistently on the first try in the nation, according to the dean (inside information). 12. if you were a transfer, you would like your undergrad school MORE than here. pros: 1. you will be a pharmacist, regardless of what school you have graduated from. 2. one of the easiest schools to get into, comparatively speaking.