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What I have described seems too good to be true. Don't believe me? Schedule a tour and come see Dickinson for yourself.


Dickinson College is extremely environmentally friendly. Dickinson College has a strong global and international emphasis. There are many good study abroad programs in many different locations.


Very international, in the sense that we have international students at our school, and something like 60{4a082faed443b016e84c6ea63012b481c58f64867aa2dc62fff66e22ad7dff6c} of our students study abroad. Great international programs, both in sense of academics (INBM/IS major) and also travel.


Dickinson has an excellent study abroad program, which i will be taking advantage of my junior year. Dickinson also has a "green vibe" and almost all of the students and faculty are very friendly.


Dickinson is a great school. I have been very happy with the education I have received and am looking forward to my final two years. There is a place for nearly everyone at Dickinson, though some groups are certainly bigger than others.


It has a strong international focus, and offered a unique variety of majors. Overall I couldn't be happier with the choice I made to attend my college.


The small size of the classes and the professor's attention to the students needs. It is a small liberal arts college where the class size averages around 18 students. The student body is around 2000 students and this makes for a nice social community where everyone knows everyone else. This is ther perfect environment to make lasting relatonships in both ones social life and in thenetworking buisiness field.


Small classroom size and engaged professors


As a whole (meaning the administration, professors, etc.) I think Dickinson has a very unique and caring community of people designed to make sure all students succeed. I'd put this up against any other school because I don't think any could match the focus and attention Dickinson gives to making sure all students learn and are on the path to achieving their goals / success.


The emphasis, no matter the major or program of study, on the interconnectedness of diciplines with the global environemts and cultures that produce them; it sounds clich?, I know, but it's true. This is particularly evident in the various study abroad programs in which nearly three-quarters of students participate during junior year.


My school is small so students can get that one on one attentoon from professors. The falculty and staff really value students opinions and try to accomodate them. It has a global and international interest with many students going abroad their Junior year. The campus is beautiful and though the town is small it is very cute and has so many things to offer.


A large percentage of students participate in Dickinson's variety of study abroad programs.