Not worth your money and not worth your time.
Not worth your money and not worth your time.
The IT team sucks. They have draconian internet. Expect to install programs that run on a low level on your computer. Don't e...
The IT team sucks. They have draconian internet. Expect to install programs that run on a low level on your computer. Don't expect to get any assurance that the program does not monitor you.
The professors here are really great, and go out of their way to meet with you in office hours, or outside of office hours. I...
The professors here are really great, and go out of their way to meet with you in office hours, or outside of office hours. I have had problems with the financial aid office. When I went in and asked for more information about scholarships, and whether or not sophomores could get a scholarship that covers all of the expenses, the head of the financial aid department just laughed at me. The campus is beautiful, and the library is nice but often noisy.
Lewis and Clark college is a great place to go for undergraduate. There are many ways to explore options for majors and profe...
Lewis and Clark college is a great place to go for undergraduate. There are many ways to explore options for majors and professors are available to guide you to your dream. I think that if I could do it all again I would choose Lewis and Cark becauseI have found a group of students who all want to engage intellectually in and outside of the classroom and who make learning fun.
Lewis and Clark is an excellent small liberal arts college nestled in the forest on the SW side of Portland, Oregon. Besides ...
Lewis and Clark is an excellent small liberal arts college nestled in the forest on the SW side of Portland, Oregon. Besides being extremely gorgeous, the campus is conveniently located just 10 minutes from downtown. The school is very welcoming and the academics are great. The only issue I've found is the high school like drama that students can sometimes get wrapped up in.
While at times it can seem like a bit of a privileged bubble, Lewis & Clark College is a fantastic institution that fosters l...
While at times it can seem like a bit of a privileged bubble, Lewis & Clark College is a fantastic institution that fosters learning and communication. The community is small enough that it feels personal, but close enough to a big city that students can be a part of a larger group. There are resources for every student; one-on-one time with professors, help with personal issues, and places to go for advice. The international studies program is incredible, and from personal experience, the study abroad options are life-changing. I wouldn't change my decision to attend Lewis & Clark if I had the option--I believe this school has made me a bigger, more outgoing, and curious person, a proficient adult, and really prepared me for life after graduation.
L&C is a great place for student who are motivated to learn, who want to give back to their community, and who appreciate a w...
L&C is a great place for student who are motivated to learn, who want to give back to their community, and who appreciate a well-rounded education. The professors are so helpful and available - take the time to get to know them! And if you want to have fun outside of school, get to know Portland. There are so many opportunities for music, theatre, amazing food, and outdoor activities!
Library is the best place.
Most classes are made out of 10-15 students.
I would like to see more outdoor PE classes.
Lewis & Clark College has a great, liberal community. Its welcoming, friendly atmosphere makes it easy to meet and talk to ne...
Lewis & Clark College has a great, liberal community. Its welcoming, friendly atmosphere makes it easy to meet and talk to new people.
The majority of the students at Lewis & Clark College are liberal and very open to new ideas and people. Students are very friendly and easy to talk to as a prospective student.
You may feel like an incredibly inexperienced and restless person. Well, you're about to go have a lot of experiences soon. D...
You may feel like an incredibly inexperienced and restless person. Well, you're about to go have a lot of experiences soon. Don't be afraid, and don't hold yourself back from trying new things. Even though you're parents are really hard on you now, it's because they're struggling with the thought of you leaving them and going so far away. Try to be kinder, because you'll really miss them in about five months. Also, because you're an only child and hang out with sheltered friends like you, you have no idea how to not be awkward around people who party and drink or do drugs. Try to educate yourself before you leave about that kind of culture, and how to help people at parties who seem like they're in a bad place. Don't try too much at once, but don't worry too much either. And definitely try to filter your words when you hang out with new people, otherwise you'll put your foot in your mouth more than once. You're going to change a lot as a person, so don't let anyone hold you back! Go girl!!!
It's a very liberal, free-thinking school with an emphasis on being well-rounded. If you are very conservative and religious at all, you may feel uncomfortable in class or social functions. If you want to go into a focused field such as business or engineering for a career right away, this school might not be a good fit. If you want a big-campus experience with a lot of social functions nearby, this school will be a challenge for you. If you don't like rain or the outdoors, definitely don't go here.
Because it is a small school, the faculty can only handle a certain amount of courses to offer per semester, especially the basic, non-major courses to cover your grad requirments. So, if you don't take care of your priority classes or requirements, it can be hard to finish everything you need before graduating, ESPECIALLY if you study abroad. Also, it might be hard to find a social niche at first, or change friend groups is there is drama, since it's a small campus and gossip travels fast.
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