This school is great place for people who buy in to all it has to offer. It is great academically, competitive athletically, and there are many ways to enhance your social and spiritual life. This school isn't for everyone (see who shouldn't attend). But, for those who end up loving this chool, there is no better place. You will make some of your best friends here. You will develop professional and genuine relationships with your instructors. You will feel like you are a part of a family regardless of your politics, gender or background.
Benedictine is a place that is full of faith and community. There is always someone there to greet you with a smile and who knows your name. It's a place where everybody knows pretty much everyone else. Benedictine is a small campus and that means that you know what is going on. There is always an activity on or around campus that is available to students and faculty and possibly the community.
When talking to my friends about my college, I tell my friends how close of a community it is and how the teachers care about every student that is in their classroom and will take time out of their own day to help each one in anyway they can. I also love the people that are there and how many activities, sports, classes, and events there are to do on campus.
I brag about our faithfilled and friendfilled community that extends not only past the boundaries of our college and our town but throughout the rest of the United States and the World. I also tell everyone about the small classrooms and large particiaption of students and faculty at the numerous activities held on our campus.
When I tell my friends about my school, I brag most about the sense of community here. Everyone is so welcoming, and it is a wonderful environment to live in. All of the professors take a personal interest in your education, and whenever you need help, someone is willing to help you no matter what.
I don't really "brag" about this, but I really appreciate that Benedictine College offers so many opportunities for Eucharistic adoration and for the reception of the Sacraments. If I brag to a friend who goes to a state school, I usually tell her how short my walk to classes is compared to hers.
It's hard to limit myself to one thing. Probably the food, which is just one step down from home cooking. However, I also brag about the openness and friendliness of the campus, and the comparitive inexpense. I'm also really proud of our strong faith community.
I brag most about the hospitality there, and how welcoming everyone is. They all make visitors and new students feel very welcome and comfortable. The people there are just amazing. The friends that you can make there are just wonderful, and for life.
We are one of the top Catholic schools in America and excell in academic excellence. Benedictine College's alumni are known for doing great things.