This is an excellent state university in Pennsylvania that attracts those wanting an incredible education within a smaller school setting. ESU provides one-on-one education that is needed between professor and student that is usually lost in the larger schools. ESU is also set in a beautiful setting with the Poconno Mountains!
Any person who wants to experience a caring and knowledgable staff. From the President down to the worker bees everyone on campus is willing to lend a hand and help guide you through you college experience.
A person who enjoys smaller classes. Most of the classes have between 25 to 40 people.
The kind of person that should attend this school is someone who isn't used to the city life, and likes a slow paced enviroment. I moved out to East Stroudsburg from New York City and it is a complete 360. A person that is more laid back and likes to do activities such as snow boarding, and likes nature should definetly attend this school. They would love it.
The kind of person who should attend ESU would be someone who is interested in independence and the additional founding discovery of who you are. The school provides a sincere amount of help to make you feel at home, secure, and comforted so you can be a person that comes to college, earns good grades, makes great friends, and finds a home.
Any kind of person could fit well in this school, there is a diverse variety of people that attend.
There is not one type of person who should or should not attend this school. This school is very diverse and welcomes any type of person, religion, origin or background. This school is located by ski resorts a lot of outside activity areas, so being a type of person who likes the outdoors would be a plus while attending this school, but yet again this school is very diverse.
This school is great for all types of people. Those who are outgoing, may have an easier time "fitting in", but those who are shy will find their group of friends as well!
Someone who likes small school settings and does not want to be far from home.
Someone who does not want to live in an urban setting. Someone who wants to avoid a large number of students in general education classes. Someone who wants a small campus. Someone who enjoys cultural diversity. Someone who would like to be part of the surrounding community. Someone who is planning to major in Sports Medicine, Liberal Arts, Hotel Restaurant Tourism Management, or Education, as they are the most popular majors.
Middle Class white person looking to be a teacher.
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