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It's very easy to get into Iona College -Aug 26 2016Undecided
It's very easy to get into Iona College - Iona wants your MONEY.
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Iona is not competitive - so it's not difficutAug 08 2016Undecided
Iona is not competitive - so it's not difficut to get accepted.
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It's eary to get into Iona College- they areAug 03 2016Unknown
It's eary to get into Iona College- they are not ranked in the 50 Best New York Colleges, and Iona is also not on the list of affordable colleges. Thank you - for Money Magazine's link. Iona accepts 93 percent of applicants.
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If you have money, you can get into Iona CollegeAug 01 2016Unknown
If you have money, you can get into Iona College. Iona is mismanaged, high-turnover, and Iona just doesn't offer a quality college life environment. Iona wants your money. Iona is lacking in Academic Support Services. Like posters have written - do homework - it's your hard-earned money or your parents, -get your value for it. At the end of the day or 4 years of college, you will be the one with the student loan debt, and Iona wont' be there to help you.
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It's easy - like most other posters commented -Jul 29 2016Undecided
It's easy - like most other posters commented - Iona accepts 93 percent of applicants. Iona is just not a competitive college, and Iona didn't make the affordable list of colleges, and more importantly, Iona didn't make New York's 50 Best Colleges.
I think a Corporate Interviewer would ask why did I spend my money at Iona when Iona doesn't rank? He/She might also follow-it, with a second question, is that how you would spend our corporate money? Did you research, and do your homework, and if so, Why spend money at a college that doesn't offer high rankings, affordability, and didn't make the Best list. DO YOUR HOMEWORK AND RESEARCH AND RESEARCH.
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