The best thing about Franklin Pierce is the small campus. The classrooms are very small which allow for a lot of interaction with teachers.
The best thing about Franklin Pierce University, in my opinion, is the sense of community on campus. Due to the small amount of students attending the university, the class sizes are very small, and at the moment, there are under 500 freshman enrolled. Teachers learn your name as a first semester freshman and are always available to talk and help you with assignments. Also, on the way to class, everyone holds the door open for each other and will say thank you if you are the one holding the door. It's also easy to become involved because of this.
The best part of FPU is the availablity of the professors, when you need them. It could be for help in a class, for advice on the
current research paper, or, simply just to chat. For me this is import, as i get a great sense that the professors here actually are interested in their
students. I am not just a number.
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