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Date: Nov 15 2004 Major: Computer Science (This Major's Salary over time) Overall JMU is a very strong school, and I would suggest it to anyone that was thinking of attending. It offers a very friendly, safe and clean environment, with a campus full of people that greatly enjoy being there. You will run into friendly faces and polite people everywhere you go, from the students and teachers, right down to the faculty members that you run into around campus. There is a good percentage of the student population that comes from the Northern Virginia/Washington, D.C. area, but what some people have described as the 'typical northern Virginia attitude' is not reflected by those students at JMU. The majority of students are concerned about good relationships with their neighbors, friends, letting loose when the time is right, and their education.The overall academics are challenging, but aren't enough to leave you hidden behind books and living four years in the library. The campus, facilities, and educational experiences are all growing at an unbelievable rate at the school, and the education will only continue to improve from it. Just like any school, some programs are more challenging and accredited then others, and I'd advise doing some research on what you want to major in before you go to any school.