What's unique about Holy Family university is its environment. It is completely diferent compared to most universities i visited. People were definitely more serious about their education, I saw classemates helping their peers, and the staff was always there to help. The campus has a lot of green grass and I would see students of all ages studying while enjoying the view. Holy Family has its own little community. You would say what's so unique about this? Well every university says pretty much the same things I just described but you have to see it to believe it.
What makes my school unique compared to the other schools that I have considered, is the fact that the class sizes here for many subjects are very small. For example, in my biology class this semester, there are only seven students. Since biology is my major, this gives me a great opportunity to get all of the individual attention that I need in order to succeed and really understand this subject.
My school is a small campus but is growing rapidly. They keep the classes small which I love. The professors and available more then in other schools and they know your name and who you are; it is more personal. The professors are willing to help students as much as they change until the student fully understands the material.
What makes Holy Family University unique is how small it might be and how little people are allowed to be in a classroom at a time, which makes it easier to work and give time for teachers to help everyone when needed.
My school provides a combined urban and rural life together. It is in the city of Philadelphia but the campus provides you with a rural setting, one where you would think you were in the country, rather than the city.
its very small..every teacher you have knows your name and usually what your majoring in.
It has an amazing family atmosphere and makes everyone feel involved.