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Tips mention: Interview (5), ACT/SAT (9), Grades (25), Sports/Extracurriculars (10), College Essay (3)
Iona College is easy to get into it, andMay 15 2015Undecided
Iona College is easy to get into it, and I personally don't think it is worth the money. I know incoming Freshman and many students care about campus food and campus life, and I did to, but at the end of the day, after you spend all your money or your parents very hard earn money, you need a job, a job that you will grow in your chosen career field and enjoy. You need internships, to explore your career field, and job shadowing and mentoring opportunities. You don't want to end up paying back big loans, have no job, or have to take a job you don't like, because you didn't get effective career/job planning advice.
Iona College is totally lacking in the Career Development area, and nothing has changed since the new President started. The food is good, but I can go out and eat anytime - at a diner, pizza restaurant, Dunkin Donuts... I'm investing in my career, future, and my life, not Frozen Fraps and lattes. Do in-depth and comprehensive studying before you consider Iona College.
Female
It is not difficult to get into IonaMay 01 2015Undecided
It is not difficult to get into Iona. They have a very high acceptance rate, because Iona cares about numbers and money, not quality. Iona cares about quantity not quality.
Female
Nothing. It's one of the easiest schools to getMar 28 2015Finance
Nothing. It's one of the easiest schools to get into. As long as you're not a failing high school student with next-to-nothing sat scores, you'll get in
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I'm not happy at Iona CollegeMar 26 2015Undecided
I'm not happy at Iona College. I am leaving in May, 2015.
Female
It's not hard to get into Iona - studentsJan 21 2015Undecided
It's not hard to get into Iona - students go there if they receive a lot of money, or if they don't get into higher ranked schools - some go, because they can commute there. I just know a lot leave because they were told information when they were touring, and when they enrolled, it didn't meet their academic, personal, social, or career needs.

Think hundred times befor you go there, and don't go to Iona, unless you spend a day in classes, in your field of study, ask for data where the graduates are working, where the internships, how many get employed?
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