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Well, it's private and based in the Catholic tradition for one, but it's still rather liberal in comparison to other 'Catholi...
Well, it's private and based in the Catholic tradition for one, but it's still rather liberal in comparison to other 'Catholic' schools. It's also got a really homey, intimate feeling about it. it's not all concrete and steel like a lot of state schools. Classes are usually about 20-30 kids which is waaaay better than having 300 to a lecture hall.
Go where you heart leads you. In the end, Remember why you are there is to learn. Learning, however, also includes social learning and learning who you are as a person in society. Also, this isn't High School anymore, so don't treat it as such. You really are privelaged to be able to even have graduated from High School, so keep that in mind as you are working your way through college.
VERY expensive. Financial aid doesnt cover a lot and it's a lot of rich people's kids who go there.
My classmates are kind, respectful people, who are very friendly and outgoing.
My classmates are kind, respectful people, who are very friendly and outgoing.
Inorder to find the right college for you, you have to visit the ones that seem the most appealing to you. You should choose a college that you feel comfortable with and that you feel will help you progress with your future plans on getting a job. Also, you will know the school that's right for you when you get the feeling of butterflies in your stomach. Inorder to make most of your college experience, you should get involved in every way that you can. You should join clubs, sports, even a sorority/fraternity. Even though being apart of a sorority/fraternity isn't everything, it allows you to expand your network even further, and networking is very important when you graduate college. Networking can go so far s to help you find a job, but none the less, it is important to have a network because it keeps you socially active, even after you graduate.
Anyone who is inteested in getting a great education at a reasonable price. Anyone tht is interested in business or science and the liberal arts.
Iona is a medium sized collged. Soits not to small and not too big. You wont feel out of place and its beutiful campus with s...
Iona is a medium sized collged. Soits not to small and not too big. You wont feel out of place and its beutiful campus with so many different type of people and personalities so you can always find a place to fit it and learn more by people.
My advise to the students is to go visit every college and spend as much time reviewing everything and to try to pick one that makes you feel at home. A campus you'l feel more comfortablr being in but also one that you feel you can actually achieve success in. Have fun but also work hard. And to the parents is to find a good college for yur son/ daughter one that you feel is right for them. Something clean beautiful and well academically based that won't brake the bank either. look for a healthy enviroment where you'll feel comfortable in and even though you wont be living on campus somewhere you will also be involved in because you investiog in your childs future at this institute.
The one thing that i i dont really like that much about Iona is that the dorm rooms are to small. Its a great campus and all but if only the rooms and room space could be expanded alitte more. that is why i do not dorm at Iona.. I feel the dorm space is not worth the money without alittle more change
Has a good business school and Mass Communication Programs. Not known for its social life or extra-curricular activitities. ...
Has a good business school and Mass Communication Programs. Not known for its social life or extra-curricular activitities. The sports teams on campus are really bad coming from a student-athlete.
At the time I was a senior I wasn't really into looking at different colleges I was just focused on where I was now and wasn't thinking much toward the future. I would strongly reccomend to any student that you should take advantage of your opportunities visiting schools and make the choice for a college that you feel fits best for you.
The cost is way too high for what it offers to its students
It is best know n for business. The school has a great program, professors, advisors and financial aid advisors . It also h...
It is best know n for business. The school has a great program, professors, advisors and financial aid advisors . It also has great clubs and activities. I truely love this school and all that it has to offer me and everyone.
Well, to the parents I would say, please know that your children are not leaving you forever. Know that they love you tremendously more now than ever. Know that they thank you for all that you have done for them and have taught them throughout the years. Know that everything you have said to them over and over they did hear you and will take with them on their new journey. Know that we do miss you terribly and love you enourmously with all that we have become because of you. know that we will grow, but not without you, but because of what you have let us become. To the student I would say, don't be scared. You are about to embark on a wonderful future. You can become all and anything you want to be. I would also say join clubs and get involved in your school. Take advantage of all that is there for you to experience and learn. I would say don't be scared, mom and dad have done a great thing for you. Take advantage of this opportunity. And lastly, I would want to tell you that your parents are very proud.
I went to an excellent college prepatory high school. They taught us, prepared us, we took college course and we were lectured extensively on what we should expect with regard to the college life, studies, the syllabus for your classes and professors. I also was well prepared by my parents. They raised me with manners, values, their great faith in me and anything I wish to do to make my dreams come true. But, of course, nothing can really prepare you, only the experience of living the college life. I thank my mom and dad for this time.
I think you should get involved on your campus. You should join some clubs and go to events on your campus. You should pick a...
I think you should get involved on your campus. You should join some clubs and go to events on your campus. You should pick a college that is best for you.
everyone can go to this school
everyone can go to this school
The fact that we are so close to new york city. We still get the feel of city life but don't have to worry about all of the f...
The fact that we are so close to new york city. We still get the feel of city life but don't have to worry about all of the faults.
Coming from someone who gives campus tours, the best advise i can give parents and prospetive students is that when you set foot onto a campus and you fall in love with it that moment, stick with that college, because chances are you will be spending four years of your life there so it's best to go to a college or university that you love rather then one you hate.
It's a private school, with a Devision 1 athletics program.
Go with your personality. Go with what you like, even if it's far from home. The distance will be worth it in the long run. ...
Go with your personality. Go with what you like, even if it's far from home. The distance will be worth it in the long run. Go with a place with small classroom sizes. It's nice to know everyone in your class for multiple reasons-easier to make friends and to copy notes if you miss class. Also, it's nice to have the professor know your name if you need to ask a question. Once you get there, don't be stupid. do your homework, read when you have to, but don't kill yourself have fun too. Parents, start to back off. This is their time to grow and to learn who they are as an individual, not who they are as your son or daughter. let them make their own choices, but make your opinions known and give them advice. Support them like you always have and they will flourish in college. To you both: RELAX! it's only four years.
during the week there's always something going on. you can always find somewhere to be or something to do if your bored.
i always brag about how close it is to the city. it's a half hour away by train. there's also a lot of internships/job opportunities because of that proximity.
As you enter your concentration area classes, the class size shrinks and you tend to have the same classes with the same peop...
As you enter your concentration area classes, the class size shrinks and you tend to have the same classes with the same people. You become somewhat of a family because you study together, and the bond is tight. Although I graduated May 2008, I still remain very close with my classmates.
The college process is both exciting and scary for both students AND parents. I suggest to students to go with an open mind, and get involved. They say college is what you make of it. They have clubs/organizations for everyone. Most schools, if they do not have anything you are interested in (which is highly unlikely) will typically allow you to form your own club/organization. It's easy to meet people both inside and outside the classroom. When you're a freshman, everyone is in the same place: scared, excited, and anxious to meet people. Take advantage of that moment. Be friendly and courteous to others. Also, make sure to go to class early and develop a good relationship with your professor. They are there to help you. Don't be scared of them. They're the ones that have the final say in your grade so try and get on their good side. Also, for parents, college students are stressed. Do not pressure them about grades/etc. They will succeed and learn to find their own niche.
I think going into college no one really knows what to expect. College is what you make of it. I knew that before entering college; and I wish everyone had known that. I was never one to sit in a dorm room by myself. By being an involved student with on-campus clubs and organizations, I believe I had the best time I could possibly have at college. Sometimes I felt like I did too much; but it was so worth it.
Parents and students should check out the campus before applying to make sure it is the college they are all looking for. It is important to get involved and update resume in the proccess.
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