I was a part of two National Championship volleyball teams, that also maintained one of the highest team GPAs in the country. Since I graduated, the team has won three more National Championships. I was proud to be a part of a team that was so involved on campus. We were members of clubs, presidents of organizations, and leaders in the community. The small school allowed us to shine.
Well, as a well sophsticated individual. The things that I would tell my friends about Concordia, that it is a very well and unique school, due to its academics. I would most defintely discuss about the incorporative programs that the school itself offers. Exspecially the Hmong Center, and SEASA which stands for South East Asian Student Association. I think its wonderful to get involved in diversed programs such as this one. It not only builds characters, but also allows others to feel comfortable around the likes of many. Best of all it's away to maintain a social life! Really.
I tell them that it the professors are the best, and they do it for less pay than a lot of other schools.
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