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What do you brag about most when you tell your friends about your school?


I brag about the wonderful events that all of the organizations have. I always tell people about how big community involvement is and how we are always giving back. I also tell people that although it can be academically challenging sometimes it helps you with growth.


I tell people that CSU is a good school if you want to get the full college life experience and be close to home. Columbus State is college but it is not overwhelming. It can challenge you to become an adult and be responsible and it is a safe campus.


My favorite things to tell people about csu are the awesome new rec center with a rock wall and jacuzee, the most amazing bagel place ever, and the heavenly comfortable beanbag chairs in the library.


The apartment style dorms.


love it....exciting and challenging...I'm learning a lot.


I always tell my friends of the spacious dorms that I occupy here at the RiverPark dorms at CSU. With a full kitchen, commons room and bathroom in each of the apartments, a simple yet spacious living experience is ensured. Also, I tease about how I don't have to keep a stash of quarters for laundry but for the vending machines instead since it is free! Pretty much anything that I brag about the most is about the living accomidations and I even take pictures to send to them! Oh, and did I mention that parking is also free? ; ]


I mostly brag about the different theatre classes that I've been taking, specifically the professors. Each theatre professor has one area of study that they teach, unlike some teachers who may teach English and Computer Science. For example, my costume instructor teaches costume construction and stage make up. That's all he teaches. Therefore, he knows the material inside and out, backward and forward. If I have a question about costuming, there's no confusion of which teacher would answer it the best. I know to go to the professor that knows answers to nothing but costuming questions.


I brag about how many different clubs and groups there are at my school. It's a great way to get everyone involved.


I don't think i brag about something.


the science program because that's what i'm in and like it, but it needs some improvments


That it is a school that the professors actually care about their students and there is alot to down around the area. The school never gets boring.


The friendlyness of the students and professors, and the ability each student has to express himself. The fact that you are surrounded by people who easily accept every aspect of an individual, is very reassuring. I also love the diversity of the backgrounds of my classmates and major diferences in the lifestyles that everyone leads, really motivates one to do their best.




Its the perfect size. There are two totaly different campus'-- Main Campus and Riverpark Campus. Main campus gives the usually college feel--frat parties and all. Riverpark is downtown with lots to do--chill at the coffee shop and listen to live bands. Oh by the way, campus housing is WONDERFUL! I just love it here. I feel like a student, and not a number or statistic. I have a relationship with all my teachers. That really comes in handy at the end of the summer.




The ARMY R.O.T.C program. They get my problems solved. When the school messes up my classes or my money I have to go to them to help me because no one knows how to do their job so I usually get the run around. I brag about the few clubs I know. I am in a club and like our community involvement and it was an easy way to make friends.


The major I chose is one of the most demanding at my actual school. CSU's theatre is one of the best in the nation to be attending now. A high school honor soceity for theatre is holding their conference in Columbus this year, so that they can advertise our school. I had to audition to get into my program of study, not just get into the school.