University of Illinois University Administration in Urbana

Urbana, IL

(Rating 3.4 based on 5 reviews)
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Full-time, first-time degree/certificate-seeking students required to live on campus

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Student Reviews and Ratings for University of Illinois University Administration

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Smart students, world renown faculty, and great campus. Worth every second and every penny.

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this so-called "university" is where the ignorant mathematics professor Rochelle Gutierrez "teaches" people that math is sexist AND racist. the mere idea of such a preposterous notion is laughable but this "institution for higher education" supports such ridiculous propaganda. as an educator of twenty years i find her claims outlandish and take it as a personal attack as someone who struggled with math as a student. this kind of nonsense is harmful to young people and promotes the idea that ALL non-white males can't understand math. SHE is the racist and sexist one here and i am offended that this "professor" is spouting her hate to impressionable young people. she needs to have her teaching credentials revoked and find a job spouting lies elsewhere; i think FOX news is hiring.

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As a Native American alum, I am disgusted with the way this school treats its student body and Native History. At every turn the University seems to ban tradition and settle for group-thought and mediocrity without debate. There is no intelligent discussion here, only emotionally-driven propaganda where opinions are taught as fact by biased faculty. There is no room at Illinois for an individual, no place for someone who wants to learn about new ideas and concepts that may challenge their beliefs. This is not a place for intelligent people, but the sad thing is, it used to be. A degree from the University of Illinois has become a guarantee to betrayal and disappointment as an alum. I grew up adoring this place, and now it disgusts me

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Attending University of Illinois was by far the best decision of my life. Most awesome place to study, to party, to make friends, to get exposed to industry and if you are in, there's enough entrepreneurship opportunities too. I would say I owe at least 90% of my success and 95% of my friends to UIUC :)

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Couldn't be a better place to study. The second largest campus library, phenomenal research and inspiring alumni. So lucky to have studied from here. Stay true to the Orange and Blue.

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Location & Website

Address: 364 Henry Administration Building, 506 S Wright Street

Place: Not applicable, not in Carnegie universe (not accredited or nondegree-granting)

Religious affiliation: Not applicable

Calendar system: Not applicable

General Phone Number: +2173331000

Institution is active in current year: 1

Institution's internet website address: uillinois.edu

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