I went there for my MBA, it was a pretty good program but I think I probably would have chosen a different program if I had to do it all over again. Pros: very flexible classes. Cons: not challenging enough, felt like some of the subjects were geared towards undergrad. Parking can be a nightmare
UCD is a school that is close to downtown Denver. It share' s it's campus with Metropolitan State and the Comunity College of Denver. It is a good school. It has no party scene but Downtown Denver picks up that slack on it's own.
If you like living in the city this is a great school. One campus includes three different schools. The University of Colorado at Denver, Metropolitan State College of Denver and The Community College of Denver. Beginning in 2006 the Auraria Higher Education Center made available student housing. One building just east of campus is a high rise with city and mountain views. With access to downtown Denver just steps away these living accomedations rival some of the finer city high rise apartment buildings in the city. The campus itself is rather diverse. The are all ranges of ages and types of people. The great thing about this school is that most students are there to get a god education at a good price, classes are taken seriously and students and teachers cooperate to make an excellent learning atmosphere.
Chancellors at the College of William and Mary have included some very famous retired statesmen, including Margaret Thatcher (UK Prime Minister), Henry Kissinger (US Secretary of State), Warren E. Burger (US Chief Justice), and, currently, Sandra Day O'Connor (US Associate Justice).
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