The fact that it is a small school and it is really easy to get comfortable. I am pretty shy and the fact that I have a lot of friends and got comfortable with the people around me. Along with the educational upside. It makes it easier to have a better relationship with your professors. They can help you more and know you personally because of the student to teacher ratio. You are getting first hand help.
I strongly consider the traditions of Howard Payne University to be the best thing about my school. I think it is what makes the college that much more interesting. Traditions are great for new college students to involve themselves in.
The best thing about my school is that most people have the same goal I do: living to the glory of God.
The atmosphere here is amazing. Everyone is willing to help out and the professors are very helpful.
Because of the size, everyone is well known and cared for. There are many opportunities to get involved in whatever may interest you. Also, the classes are small and personal, which creates a great learning environment.
The small town feel. I love knowing the majority of the people that I see every single day.
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