I love that Alvernia has so many community service opputunities and so many oppurtunities to get involved.
I think the most thing I brag about to my friends is how small and attentive my school is acedemically. My professors and tutors are wonderful. They care immensely for their students and will go above and beyond to make us successful. I love my classes they are not big at all, and if I need ot speek with my professor their are readily available whenever I need them. I love all the classes I am taking. I am a nursing major bio minor at Alvernia University, and the amount of information I have learned over the years is amazing.
The thing that I brag most about when I tell my friends about my school is the beautiful campus. I know that a lot of colleges have enormous campuses with different activities for the students to get involved with. Alvernia is a private college, so the campus is not that big. Despite the size, there are still many activities for students to involve themselves in. I love to just sit outside and admire how beautiful the campus looks on a daily basis.
Alvernia is a really good university. They have wonderful classes and are very organized with everything. They provide enough for the students to attend on campus. The requirements they have for their students benefit the students in many ways. The campus and the classes are small which provides a great opportunity for the students to get to know each other and their professors.
Everyone is very friendly and nice. The teachers are great and the classes are just the right size for me. I love the Occupational Therapy program and all the friends I have made while here. I love the dorms.
I have really appreciated the help I have gotten from the staff and teachers of the college. I am very happy to know that there are people who are there for me to ask questions when I need help.
Alvernia just opened a campus in Pottsville.
It is a school that is small enough that you don't get lost. Also, that the teachers know now your name and who you are; That doesn't make you a face and a number, it makes you a person.
How everyone is so friendly and everyone on campus knows each other. We are a great group of kids, having amazing athletes and the professors are amazing. Our school is like one giant family. Everyone is there for each other and care about everyone. If someone is having a bad day everyone makes that person feel better. There is not one day in the school year that I ever feel like my school choice was the worse thing ever.
My campus is extremely clean and well taken care of. The dorms are in very good condition and provide a good living space. I like the size of the school in relation to the amount of people that go there; it is not over- or under-whelming.
The small class sizes, the open space around campus, the ever-growing facilities that allow for more activities and living on and off campus, and how easy it can be to get through classes with the right professors.
Small campus with small class sizes which is geared to more of a 1-on-1 learning environment.
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