I feel that the tuition is too expensive. It's an overall nice campus with some new buildings, but the tuition fees are just too high. I don't live on campus, but I heard that living in a dorm is also very expensive. Most students rent an apartment close to school because it's much cheaper. This school offers several different programs including medicine, dentistry, pharmacy, and others. It also has many research opportunities if you're interested in that field of study. It is located close to Chicago, so there are fun places to visit.
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Midwestern is a well-oiled machine. There are several different medical programs available, and the administrative process has worked out all the kinks when it comes to applying for admission. Once on campus, the experience is similar. Professors are knowledgeable and passionate about their subject matter. There is a lot of support available for academic matters and otherwise.
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