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Never done a study abroad programs. But I would love to take advantage of winterm here and go to Italy.
they are very into their school, everyone there loves it (and you have to be, considering it costs $48,00), but they have no really interactive footballl games which is a big thing for me, they're more focused on the greek life, which is okay but not my thing i dont think.
they do have a huge fitness facility, but it's old so they're getting it revamped. it could be better, but not bad
the housing seemed cutesy, a ton of greek living, which idk if im into. but it was nice overall, a normal dorm option.
gorgeous old and new facilities, well kept, and were classy. a good classroom size
the internships was vague, but sounded available. it was weird how they couldnt tell us about employment/graduate school rates though..
the courses where extensive for a small school, and the teachers were really cool. good atmosphere, but they do less focus on your major, and more focus on all areas. i like the honor scholar program, and the way each building is structured. the class size is 17-20 per class which is great for me. the academic rigor seems hard enough, but there's help if you need it. the students were very interactive in the class, and the hour and a half went by quickly. i really wish it was based on a hour system though, not the 4:1:4 class setup, with j term. and their employment rate was unavailable which was sketchy, and they weren't clear on their abroad programs.
didn't get to taste,
needs a little updating
stuff to get in town
no meal plan, enter so much money and use up throughout the year
orientation group things
easy to make friends with orientation
sorority = friends
lots of clubs
if swimming lots of team bonding
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