Closeness to home.
I tell them that it's close to home and I don't have to worry about living expenses because I can live at home and just drive to class every day.
What I mostly brag about myself, is that i'm a President of a AAMLI "African American Male Leardership Institue" at the college. I encourage students to join bceacuse we do Community service, becoming a leader to make and different in our community. I have been bragging this program since i finish high school in 2008. We also gone to several college campus tour with an school adviser. The AAMLI have mentor that encourage other students to join the program, because it helps them get a better understanding of what we are doing. I will continue to brag my friends
I brag most about the growth and expansion of the student population and technological advancements of our college. In addition, the outstanding professors, which i consider some of the best in the nation. Most importantly, we have instructors that genuinely care about student success rather than financial advances.
I don't brag about my school. In reality I'm unhappy with it. The classes for me as a science major are merely average and when I have a question for my advisor I have to go through five other people before I'm told that they don't know, that I must speak with someone else. I've had numerous times when they've sent me important things by mail which end up coming too late for me to do anything about rather than someone just picking up a phone to tell me.
I mainly brag about the musical quality of the band and choral program. Professional quality sound as well as appearence and the professors know exactly how to connect with its students
The caring of the professors.
The classes are small. The teachers actually care about you and your academic achievement. The staff is easy to talk to if you have a question or problem. It's one of the better colleges in Florida.
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