The best thing about my school is that it is small and very personal.
I would have to give all of the credit to my professors as "the best thing about [my] school". Every professor gives his or her all in teaching; they make class interesting as well as exciting to attend. I am a single mother of a two year old so, I know first hand how hard it is sometimes to juggle being both a full-time student as well as being a full-time mother. The professors understand the difficulty and, without distracting from the material or coursework, they help me succeed within the classroom as well as in my degree.
I like the size of the school ,because we are like one big family and we help each other with what ever the need may be.The best thing I like about Defiance ,is the way the school reaches out to the community and is willing to give a helping hand to people who are in need .
The students and professors are extremely helpful. Most of them want to see you succeed and are willingto help you do so.
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