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Jessica Hunt
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Attended University of Maine
Lives in Calera, AL
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Okay, so what's the deal with this Stream thing? I don't know how to view recent posts, I only see a couple people posted back in like July.
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Hey there you don't know me but I wanted to talk you about your UMaine experience. I'm thinking about taking advantage of the native American tuition waiver like you did. I just wanted to know what you had to do to achieve this and if you have any advice.
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Terrible school that will suck you dry!! Like David said, this place will nickel and dime you. I'm a very disappointed Native American student that was told I would have my tuition waived and receive a scholarship for room and board because of my tribal membership. Then, I can only assume because I also got the Dean's scholarship, they lowered the amount I was awarded. Ended up paying over 2k a semester, which I know doesn't sound like much, but it's alot for somebody who was expecting to be getting a full-ride scholarship. And I'm left to wonder where that scholarship money went? As far as the coordinator of the Native American Waiver and Educational Program believes, I was awarded my full scholarship. The staff at both the admissions office and bursar's office are extremely rude and unhelpful. The whole time I attended this school, I felt discriminated against and was treated like a criminal trying to cheat them out of money when it was clearly the other way around. Students there know about the weaknesses in administration and take advantage of them to get alcohol and drugs onto the campus undetected. While they were worrying over theft and bomb threats, drug dealers were getting away scot free. More importantly, professors spoke too freely of their opinions about certain professions and even made some students feel ashamed of their reasons to be getting the degrees in their chosen fields. It's not their job to determine how successful we'll be in life because of our chosen career path. Not the majority of the professors were like this, but too many of them were just jerks who were clearly on a "nerd revenge" path. I would never suggest my future kids go to this school. Two thumbs down for sure.
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