When choosing next semester classes, some college students select their classes based on the time of the class, and some students base it off what professors will be teaching the course.
RateMyProfessor.com has always been a resource in aiding students in their decisions and providing a rough idea of what they are in for, based on previous student’s rankings and comments.
Around campus, one frequently hears students asking each other, “Have you had this professor? What are they like? Is there a lot of homework?” and strategizing to arrange the best schedule.
Some of the student-generated reviews may be exaggerations or irrelevant about how “hot” the teacher is, but overall, they are usually reliable ballparks of whether you can expect a lot of laughs or a lot of homework in class.
In students’ attempts to endeavor on a victorious and successful college path, some seek the easiest ways out, so they need the scoop on the classes they are about to enroll in.
RateMyProfessor.com has been the answer to current college students’ curiosity,for prospective students as they search for “their school.” There are many factors that go into choosing a school, but it all comes down to money. However, some of the newly-released rankings on RateMyProfessor.com have brought some less expensive, top-ranking alternatives into the spot light.
The University of New Haven was ranked number eight on the list of alternatives. While it may not be better than Yale or Harvard, there is a general consensus that students are happy with their professors.
Ivy Watts said, “Not only was my English professor last semester helpful, she related to me on a personal level, boosting my confidence and encouraging my dedicated work ethic.”
With over 7,500 schools on RateMyProfessor.com, the University of New Haven is honored to be a top choice by over 1,200 students who made UNH their new home this past fall.Tweet