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I love my classmates. There are so many different types of people at Le Moyne and there's someone for everyone. Sure, there's...
I love my classmates. There are so many different types of people at Le Moyne and there's someone for everyone. Sure, there's going to be some people that you don't get along with, but you just have to find who you fit in with, and you will. I've made some really great friends who I can tell will be my friends for quite some time. My classmates are open to the diversity at Le Moyne and are not quick to judge.
If I could go back, I would tell myself to have more confindence. In high school, I would always hold back and I was so unsure of myself, even though people constantly told me that I should be more confident because I had no reason not to be. I would tell myself to listen to those people and to listen more overall. I only used to hear people, so I would tell myself to listen with my mind and heart, not just my ears. When I went to college, I learned quickly that there would be no one there to make decisions for me. I knew this before I went to college, but it never became a reality until it was too late. So, if I could go back, I would definitely take more initiative, listen with my whole self, and have more confidence. They say you should have no regrets, but of course I make mistakes and wish I had done some things differently. However, there is no going back in time, so, even though I can't tell my high school self these things, I can tell my present self these things and keep them for the future.
At Le Moyne, I think the worst thing is the food in the cafeteria, which isn't so bad considering what else could have been the worst thing. Maybe it's because I'm so used to my moms awesome food, but the food just seems so mediocre. There aren't very many options and they serve the same food every week. More variety and options would make it much better. Only the cafeteria food is not so great, though. The Dolphin Den at Le Moyne, which serves food throughout the day and late at night, has pretty good food.
I have gained new relationships, leadership skills, and a brand new outlook on life. Le Moyne has been a great transition fro...
I have gained new relationships, leadership skills, and a brand new outlook on life. Le Moyne has been a great transition from home life to being semi-independent and I would recommend it to anyone looking to further their education through an undergraduate institution.
The lack of diversity was definitely the worst thing about my school. I am african-american and I went to a high school similar to Le Moyne is size and racial make-up. Le Moyne was a bit of a last minute choice for me and I did not look at diversity. I am used to being the minority but for someone who is not, I would not recommend Le Moyne.
Le Moyne makes it easy to fit in. I feel welcome into any club I have interest in and enjoy all activities the colleg has for its students on a weekly basis. It is a small school so it is easy to get to know people quickly and maintain lasting relationships because the odds of seeing them walking around the beautiful campus are very high.
Being able to attend college has given me the opportunity of learning new things that will not only help me, but will also he...
Being able to attend college has given me the opportunity of learning new things that will not only help me, but will also help those people that I come in contact with. There is nothing more valuable and beautiful than knowledge! I want to become a doctor, so ever thing I learn will not only be useful for me but for many other.
Questioning minds, burgeoning spirit, wonderful friends, leadership, and vitality.
Questioning minds, burgeoning spirit, wonderful friends, leadership, and vitality.
A college education represents the cutting edge. A bachelor’s degree in any field is necessary to obtain a career path in the future. We are not going back to the time when it a four year degree is unfathomable. I appreciate the gift I have been granted now that I am in college and pursuing a degree in neuroscience. Not only am I learning valuable skills as a biology major, but I am also learning how to come into my own person. I have grown comfortable with who I am, and college has taught me that. There is value in being a college student; this value stems beyond learning how to micropipette bacteria and expanding a knowledge base. Le Moyne is a transition between the self-centered world of high school and the broad expanse of unknown reality. A college education gives one time to gradually immerse themselves into what’s known as reality, and slowly chip away the things that don’t really matter. Not only that, but a college education becomes a brick that can be placed onto the wall that builds an individual’s foundation for a broad and bright future.
Everyone at school feels like family. The people at Le Moyne are genuinely kind people, and they want to help others. The professors at Le Moyne also care about their students and want to see them succeed. Classes are small and I know many of my professors very well. I feel most comfortable at Le Moyne when I know I am cared about by friends, professors, and faculty. Because Le Moyne is small the students receive one-on-one attention and offers the opportunity for each student to flourish.
My college experience has taught me to never give up! I started college the fall after I graduated high school. I had no idea...
My college experience has taught me to never give up! I started college the fall after I graduated high school. I had no idea what I wanted a degree in but I knew I wanted one. After some financial difficulties I decided instead of going back in the spring to join the military. This I thought would be the answer to my financial worries. After 8 months of training I returned home, got married, and re-enrolled in school. After completing basic courses I was accepted into the nursing program. A few weeks after completeing my second semester, I was depoloyed to Iraq for a year. I was so worried this would ruin my chances at my degree! However, the college worked with me and allowed me to pick up in the program where I left off. I am now getting ready to start my last semester. It would have been so easy for me to give up many times. Instead I just have to work a little harder and push myself a little further. In the end I believe having to fight for my dream wil make it more valuable to me.
All of my classmates are people who it is easy to talk to and make friends with, and they are very helpful in clearifying any...
All of my classmates are people who it is easy to talk to and make friends with, and they are very helpful in clearifying any material, answering any questions about a certain course, forming study groups with, or simply hanging out with.
Le Moyne College is unique because it is a small school where the faculty and students are able to work easily together and interact. All of the faculty care about the students and they are always there for the students, even in instances when students need to talk to them about issues not related to the class that they teach.
I had a very good college experience because I learned more about myself and about my community. When I first started college, I expected only to study and take tests in my classes. However, I have done so much more while at Le Moyne College. As a part of my courses, I was able to apply what I learned in class by taking part in the community. I have also had the opportunity to meet faculty and staff that have helped me realize what I want to do with my life. Furthermore, I have made strong friendships that I hope to keep after I leave Le Moyne. I beleive that I have matured and grown as a person immensly because of my college experience. With my degree and knoweledge, I will now be able to go onto Graduate School and pursue a career that I feel very passionatley about.
LeMoyne College was perfect for me because I wanted to go to a smaller more student focused school. With LeMoyne being a sma...
LeMoyne College was perfect for me because I wanted to go to a smaller more student focused school. With LeMoyne being a smaller school it was easier to make new friends and meet new people right away. Academically the smaller class sizes offered have allowed me to build a personal relationship with most of my teachers. The Jesuit curriculum offered by LeMoyne I feel has broaden my knowledge from a range of disciplines not just in my field of interest I have grown into a more complete, well rounded person who is better prepared for the real world. By coming to LeMoyne I have been able to accomplish a good undergraduate foundation to my education while meeting and making friends that I will keep in touch with throughout my life. I have overcome my fear of public speaking. By having smaller class sizes presenting in front of people has proven to be less stressful for me and has helped me to grow and be more outgoing as a person which is important for the patient contact aspect of physical therapy my intended future career.
The classes and teachers are all very good and interesting. I have not taken a class yet that I didn't like. I have learned something to help me in the future in every class. The Jesuit style of beliefs has helped to mold me into a better well-rounded person and better prepared me for my future career.
The food in the cafe is not good, but they have recently added new places to eat on campus that are much better. The gym needs to be expanded with more cardio equipment.
I received one of the highest degrees the College had to offer. I learned valuable skills not only in the classroom but in my everyday life.
The school was small, individual attention, and provided excellent out-of-classroom learning experiences.
I haven't begun my college experience yet(10/04/10). I was recently downsized from my job. I decided it was time to get a de...
I haven't begun my college experience yet(10/04/10). I was recently downsized from my job. I decided it was time to get a degree to go along with my 20+yrs of management experience. I have been accepted to Brown Mackie-Indianapolis. I welcome the challenge this new chapter in my life brings with it. My job experience opens doors. A business dergee to emphasize what I have already done opens much larger doors!
Whats unique about Le Moyn eis that it looks at every student indivdually and does what it can to accomodate its students, wh...
Whats unique about Le Moyn eis that it looks at every student indivdually and does what it can to accomodate its students, whereas other schools i looked at i felt that they did not do this and that students were just a number in their book. With the other schools i looked at i had heard from prior students that they didn't always have to go to class and stuff but with Le Moyne it is different atendence is important and they also encourage you to go out and get involved!
Out of my college experience i have learned how to be more of a public speaker, not be so shy, and also learned a lot about life in general. College has taught me that time is a valuable thing and that i should never waste any of it because i will never get it back. College has also taught me not to take anything for granted. All my life i have never realized how such little things are actually more important than they seem. College has made me such an independent person and has taught me great responsbility. People who don't go to college are just shortening themselves in the long run because for me college has been one of the best experiences of my life so far and i have gained so much from it.
What i would consider the worst thing about is due to the fact that it is such a small insitution i feel that i may be missing out on some of the so called "college life". For instance at bigger colleges or universites some sports teams are huge, but at Le Moyne i feel like we dont really have that school pride and its sad. School pride was very big in the high school i went to and not being able to really experience it at college is unfortunate., but other than that Le Moyne is overall a great school.
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