There is a strong atmosphere of service toward others that is not only exhibited in the service projects in which the students lead and participate, but also throughout the campus itself in acts such as holding doors for everyone.
John Carroll University is the most welcoming and friendly school around.
An atmosphere with a welcoming feeling to studnets willing to gain knowledge and wisdom to spead to the future of America.
My school is a Jesuit Catholic University that puts a strong emphasis on justice and service to those who need it most and is known to instill this in many of their graduates.
Very small, conservative Jesuit University with high level of academic emphasis
overpriced, white, rich, school that is foceing things that they should not be doing, and professors do not teach they just hand out stuff.
fun, difficult, small
it is a small, jesuit university.
John Carroll is difficult but fair.
A lot of fun
Academically and intellectually strong, but severely culturally and socially impaired.
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