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Compared to other schools that I have visited, Howard Univeristy is a melting pot of different ethnicities. Yes it is a historical HBCU, but there are plenty of students from all over the country and all over the world that attend. Students get to experience different cultures without leaving the city of D.C. Howard is a place where people grow mentally, physically, and spiritually.


The teachers and staff work with the students and help them, especially when they know that the student is really trying hard to succeed. There is also some scholarships available specifically to this school.


Howard University is the Mecca of all historically black schools. It has so much history and so much diversity in its instruction you can't help but love your experiences here. It is completely motivating, as a student of color, to be around fellow students who are all geared toward making positive change in the world. To meet and learn from all walks of life and to be pushed and challenged is what students need to succeed and it is definitly achieved here at Howard.


Howard University is like a second home.


What is unique about Howard University is that although it is a big school the comminity is united. At Howard you're not just a number but you're a thriving student in the community. Howard University makes you proud of your history and where you come from and teaches you things that you can't learn from a textbook but instead through different experiences and interactions. It's widely known and successful alumni base as well is a big motivator to be successful and makes you proud to attend the same university as they once did.


A strong focus on the African American culture.


Howard University is unique because of the many oppurtunities it offers. Not only do we get to be apart of a great legacy, but we get to make a legacy of our own and thats what stands out the most to me.


The most unique quality about Howard University in comparison to other schools I had considered was Howard's dedication to opening another avenue and methodology for knowlege consumption.


It honestly made me realize what it means to be a Black woman in today's society. It opened up my eyes to a lot of things.


Howard University is unique to me because it the only school I can start a legacy with. My dad came from Jamaica to attend Howard and from then it has been a family tradition. I love the history of Howard and the list of alumni who have gone on to make history. It inspires me even more to do the best I can because I know that those people were once in my shoes. Even though there is a lot that can be improved on campus, the Howard experience is incomparable.