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The college is a nice, perfect sized campus in which you can get to Point A and B in about a few minutes. The food is also ha...
The college is a nice, perfect sized campus in which you can get to Point A and B in about a few minutes. The food is also hand-made/cooked and the housing is good, with some nice heating/AC blowing through during either the winter or summer months while studying or relaxing.
The school is totally great, especially for its academic curriculum and support. I always feel at home due to its size and be...
The school is totally great, especially for its academic curriculum and support. I always feel at home due to its size and beauty. And an extra perk will be the comforting embrace and attention from everyone in the school. Frankly speaking, I have no regrets in coming to this school. College of Saint Elizabeth is awesome!!!!
College of Saint Elizabeth is great if you are coming from a small high school and want to keep the same class size. The camp...
College of Saint Elizabeth is great if you are coming from a small high school and want to keep the same class size. The campus is so lively. No one is ever left out. The view out of every window is amazing. There is nature everywhere you look. Everyone is very welcoming and open.
College of Saint Elizabeth is not only enriching, but it is also welcoming. I may have only been here for a short amount of t...
College of Saint Elizabeth is not only enriching, but it is also welcoming. I may have only been here for a short amount of time, but I must admit I feel much at home. I have extreme social anxiety and making friends does not come easy for me. The close-knit feel of the small campus eases my anxiousness. I like how if attention is needed in class, it is given. I am really looking forward to the next three years at the College of Saint Elizabeth.
I love the college. It is a really small campus so you do not feel like just another face in the crowd. It has small class si...
I love the college. It is a really small campus so you do not feel like just another face in the crowd. It has small class sizes so the professors really get a sense of who you are. Everything on campus is walking distance. It's like living in a small town where everybody knows everybody. I love CSE!
Very great school with much to do, very family oriented.Everyone supports each other and there is no drama around anyone.Staf...
Very great school with much to do, very family oriented.Everyone supports each other and there is no drama around anyone.Staff and Professors are very flexible they always do what is best for the student and as well they try to help you as much as they can.
Nothing , They have all been very helpful and supportive of being a older student returning to school after a long absence.
Go untill you are done if all possible.
My school in my eyes is best known for the supportive faculty memebers that work there. I say this because it's never a time ...
My school in my eyes is best known for the supportive faculty memebers that work there. I say this because it's never a time where you in a classroom and you feel confused or lost. The class sizes aren't that big so sometimes the teacher will work with you one or one or even whenever you are free etc. So it's good to be at a school where your not just a number but actually a person.
Something that's unique about my school is the fact they have opportunities/ activities available for everyone no mattr where you come from. Also the fact that my school has a group called campus ministry for those who take religion serious despite your beliefs etc.
If i can go back in time and talk to myself as a high school senior, knowing what i know now about college life and making the transition I can say that I would have given myself plenty of advice. For instance, college is way different you're not always going to have a teacher telling you what to do and when to turn assignments in because everything would be online in the syllabus. More over, in college you won't have your parents waking you up in the morning telling you to go to school, you will have to learn to be more independent and set your alarm clock in order to be on time for class. In addition, you must be prepared for the transition from being a child to turning into an adult. Your 2 page papers will turn into 10-15 when you enter your writing class so be ready for a change. Last but not least, i would give mysel advice on time management and how its not okay to wait until the last minute to start a research paper given to you a week in advance.
I would like to tell my old, young self that it is okay to make mistakes and not to worry so much about what other people thi...
I would like to tell my old, young self that it is okay to make mistakes and not to worry so much about what other people think of you. I would encourage my young self to slow down and enjoy my youth, and also to think carefully about what I would want to do with my life. I would help me to love myself, and treat myself with respect and care since I did not come from a loving family, and that was what I was always seeking. Believe in myself, and not think negative thoughts about my future. I'd support my love of psychology, and not let myself doubt that I could be a doctor! I would teach myself to listen to my intuition,which was saying quietly This is Your Calling - You are Smart! I had many learning gaps due to living in an unstable, volatile home, I was hopitalized so I lost important academic lessons....which made me think I was stupid. I was never stupid, I did not learn some of the material..but I was excellent at psychology and should have embraced that talent then. I'm 42 now, and going for my dream!
The College of Saint Elizabeth is a small school that provides an environment of support and encouragement that cretes a very positive learning environment!
It is expensive.
If I could go back to 2004 and talk to myself, I’d probably slap myself. All too often high school students can’t wait to g...
If I could go back to 2004 and talk to myself, I’d probably slap myself. All too often high school students can’t wait to grow up and get out of mom and dad’s house, live life on their own, and do whatever they want. I similarly got to do this when my baby sister was in high school in 2009. She couldn’t wait to get out of the house! I tried to explain to her that real life isn’t easy. I would tell myself what the future holds so I can better prepare, without giving specifics. I would say, “Listen, when you turn 19, you will be taken advantage of and end up pregnant and living back with mom and dad. They will stop drinking after the child is born. Eventually you will find a wonderful man to marry and have another child. As time goes on, you try your hand at college a few times but never succeed.” There is no reason to change any of this, my life makes me who I am, and I am happy for that. We may be poor till I’m done with school, but we have love!
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