Were business school faculty available for mentoring and non-academic topics outside of class?
Students looking to make meaningful connections an relationships with professors outside of the classroom should strongly consider results to this question prompt. In terms of mentoring and advice on non-academic topics, faculty at William & Mary’s Mason School do it best according to their alums. Faculty at the Mid-Atlantic school were rated at 9.71 on the ten-point-scale according to the Class of 2016 — higher than any other school. Seton Hall’s Stillman School followed with 9.65. The University of Pittsburgh College of Business came in third in the category with 9.62. All three schools, however, scored less than Notre Dame’s score from last year, which was 9.76.
Overall, across all 88 schools, the average score was 8.83. Only three schools out of the 88 scored less than 8.0 in the category this year.
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