How nice the campus is, how great the professors are, and how much fun I have when I am not studying.
A-B has an excellent science program, and since I am a biology major, I take full advantage of it. The school is small, so the student to faculty ratio is smaller, and you're not treated as just a number here. The professors and faculty know you and will stop just to chat if you see them during spare time. They really do care about the students that go here and want to help them to succeed. They love their jobs and are good at what they do.
I usually brag about the size of the school, the quality of the education, and the positive disposition of most of the faculty, staff, and students. The school is a smaller school, but it's still diverse. The education is sought after in WV, bein one of two schools offering a Physician's Assistant degree. Also, the faculty, staff, and students are very kind and are genuinely concerned for the well-being of each other.
I generally brag that there are only 3 senior accounting majors in my entire school, thus making it very easy to learn my major.
I brag about the crazy tuition prices that go up while the quality of the facilities goes down.
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