Tough, research opportunities
I don't really brag about anything except grad school placement.
The amazing community and the amount of fun we have (work hard, play hard is our motto)
Community of the school. It's very small so it's a family-like atmosphere and I feel extremely comfortable on campus, even with the ratio.
The research opportunities. There are plenty of opportunitites on campus and the faculty are very hepful. Even incoming frosh can get research!
The professors are great and really care about the students and their learning. Classes are challenging, but fun, and the campus and students couldn't be nicer. I love the California environment, the small-town feel of Claremont with the close proximity of Los Angeles.
I love to brag about how completely accepting all the students here are and how no one has to drink or do drugs to fit in or be included in any parties or group activities. Each student is accepted on his/her own merits and allowed to be themselves with no peer pressure or exclusion just for being different.
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