I brag about the community of the school. People around this campus really get to know one another and make connections with people. This happens because it is such a small school and there are not thousands of people walking around each day to get to their classes. Also, the fact that the class sizes are so small and you can really get to know your professor.
There is a very strong sense of community and professors know the names of their students.
Hamline has classes I am interested in.
The size of the campus is small and is easy to navigate, and it is located near a large city, but not too near, so that it is still a part of the culture of the larger city.
The size of the classes, and the personal attention from the professors.
The small class sizes, because most classes have between 15 and 30 students in each one.
the professors are great the classes are small and its a very fun place to go to school
There is a great Forensic Science Program. All of the professors actually work in the field of forensic science.
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