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    Good Engineering School with a few problems

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    Current Employee - Graduate Student in Chicago, IL
    Current Employee - Graduate Student in Chicago, IL

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    If you're an undergrad majored in engineering, IIT is definitely a good school to consider. IIT provides a lot of opportunities for undergrads to get involved with research through the try-outs in the lab, senior research projects and academic seminars and conferences. It also give people the chance to get in touch with the industries in the early stage through company sponsored or involved R&D projects.


    Some issues may also cause concerns about this wonderful school. First is the limited budget: it may not be an uncommon issue for many universities in America in these days, but limited budget does affect largely on both research and student life from the outdated equipment to the outdated school facilities (like the gym). Second is small and outdated library: the small library in the main campus can hardly satisfy students who're in need of large amount of knowledge for researches, although the iShare system across the campuses in Chicago can make up for the disadvantage to some extent.

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    Managers of the school, in my humble opinion, need to think about how to allocate the funds in the most efficient ways. For instance, it might be better to use the limited money in updating the school labs and student facilities than renewing the safety patrol cars multiple times

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