State University of New York : College of Environmental Science and Forestry

A.K.A.  SUNY : ESF, College of Environmental Science and Forestry
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State University of New York : College of Environmental Science and Forestry is a Public, Non-Sectarian, Environmental, University established in 1911. The campus is located in Syracuse, New York, USA and hosts students with an endowment of $22 million (2014).  
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Website:  www.esf.edu
Address:  1 Forestry Drive, Syracuse, New York, 13210, USA
Phone:  (315) 470-6500
Email:  esfinfo@esf.edu
Institution Type:  Public, Non-Sectarian, Environmental, University
Established:  1911
Campus Enrollment:  N/A
Acceptance Rate:  47% (2010)
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Campus Endowment:  $22 million (2014)
Tuition (Local):  $5,870 (2013)
Tuition (Non-Local):  $15,320 (2013)
Tuition (Foreign):  N/A
Mandatory Fees:  $1,163 (2013)
Housing (Room):  N/A
Latitude:  43.034423
Longitude:  -76.136952
Tax ID:  N/A
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OVERALL QUALITY
Stimulating Courses
Quality of Professors
Networking & Job Opps
Area Around Campus
Affordability
Housing Situation
Extracurricular Opps
Teacher/Student Ratio
Administration/Staff
HOTNESS FACTOR
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One Student Review of State University of New York : College of Environmental Science and Forestry

  • This school is very good if you are looking for a quality education. The education is top notch and for a very low price. Students get most benefits of the nearby private school Syracuse University. This includes joining clubs, meeting interesting people, job opportunities, and networking. If it were not for Syracuse University being only a block away I seriously would not have survived ESF. It is very boring, extremely rigorous, and overworks its students with the assigned workload. The experiences I had with those I met from Syracuse University balanced out the desert that is ESF. There is not much of a social scene and many of the kids who attend are really weird. Raised in Harlem I was in shock. Many of the people I met were closed minded country kids, farm kids, or upper middle class hippies. Although it was an EXTREME culture shock I learned how to interact people of all backgrounds. The school should collaborate more with Syracuse University to provide a more lucrative social scene and networking opportunities for its students. If you do decide to attend make sure to join many clubs at Syracuse University and interact with the SU students. This will open your world up to many interesting events and people.

    Overall Score: (3.45/5.00)

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