The faculty and staff at Lourdes are amazing. There are very small classes (maybe 30 students in a class) and the professors really get to know you. It is truly a gorgeous campus, and they have recently added more housing.
I think that Lourdes gives off a good vibe and has some great opportunities, although they should add a sorority, i think that would really give it the college university feeling. and if they don't have it already i think a drama or theater program would be great for a closet geek like me.
I have had a great experience at Lourdes. Like all schools there are areas of improvement, however it is a great school. It has a strong community feel and is a great small school in an area with lots to do! In the greater Toledo area, there are plenty of restaurants, shopping areas, and activities for all people.
I love Lourdes University. I think that the on campus housing is great and the overall atmosphere is very nice and inviting. I also think that the sports are a major perk to the school, as it does draw many of the students there. I do think that there should be more food options available at more times of the day instead there is limited options at limited times.
My overall opinion of Lourdes University is that it is a great school. Lourdes is a great school because the professors are very caring and are big supporters of success. Not only are the professors great so are the academic counselors because they make sure you are on track to get your degree and not only that but they are always willing to help whether it's a personal thing or a school thing. Overall the staff at Lourdes is amazing, kind and caring. The students at Lourdes are amazing too because they all are willing to help each other and help the community. Lourdes is a very giving college and community that I am proud to be part of.
Lourdes University is absolutely horrible. If I could do it all over again I would not choose this institution. If you have an issue at lourdes, then do not try to do anything about it because nothing will be done. The president and the higher ups will choose the faculty and staff before they even decide to hear you out. The athletic department is bias and they will let you be belittled and threatened and if you have proof, they don't care. If you're looking at lourdes, make sure you don't have any issues with anyone because nothing will be done.
I absolutely love Lourdes University. The faculty and professors are well taught and full of knowledge. Class sizes are smaller than a normal college so you get more of a personal relationship with your professor. The support systems and facilities are great and easily accessible. ON campus housing is great. Although, it is a little more expensive than the other universities around, you are getting what you paid for.
Lourdes offers what our local colleges do not. They offer a small class size and instructors who are committed to education. Their nursing program specifically offers a 1 to 6 teaching ratio, providing many opportunities for skills practice, critical thinking application and guided studying.
Lourdes University is a very small school with very few students. This allows for classes to be extremely one on one with the professor. It is very easy to ask questions and reminds me a lot of high school. Many of the students who attend Lourdes are athletes and have a deep love for their game. Personally it is not the best fit for me because it is not exactly what I was looking for in a school. It is much smaller than I would have hoped and lacks ways for students to get involved. If someone is looking for a small school with very few students and small class sizes, Lourdes will be the perfect fit for you. The campus is small but very beautiful. The professors are easy to communicate with which makes school a lot more enjoyable. In the end go to a school that you love and make sure it has everything you want. Make a list of all the things you are looking for in a school and if Lourdes University has those things, go there you will not regret it!
It is a good school, with good academics. There are a lot of opportunities to get involved and to make friends. I do wish though that there were more options for majors or club sports (for people that don't want to do college sports, but want to be athletic), etc.. But overall, it's a positive experience
It seems expensive for the area. However, it is no more expensive than other private institutions. I have longed to be a Grey Wolf. The admissions department proved to be knowledgeable and respectful. The music department is enthusiastic and creative. The entire campus is inviting and accepting of all students including the nontraditional students.
Lourdes University is a very good school. It is clean and makes you feel very safe. This school provides many opportunities for its students and takes pride in its accomplishments. The staff take many precautions to make sure everyone feels safe and feel that they belong. Overall just a amazing school.
Lourdes was not my first choice college, but I am very pleased with my decision to attend this university. The class sizes are no more than 35 students, giving each student one-one-one time with their professors. The professors always have their classroom doors or office doors open to those who need additional help, as well as some give out a personal contact. The school provides multiple ways to encourage and help students improve their education, with the Academic Success Centre, drop in tutoring and scheduling tutoring sessions. Overall, I love this institution and highly recommend others coming to visit and attend. The campus is absolutely beautiful, the dorms are apartment styled to create more of an adulthood aspect, and there are programs that can help students with financing if they need it. It truly is a great school.
Academically it is a great school, they could work on things outside of academics that are important to students who live on campus to though. I have had a great experience with the education program, but all programs are not like that. I think they should also offer a bigger variety of majors.
It’s such a great community that is really like a family. The people involved in the college are great people to be around! The education side is amazing and have amazing counselors and professors. The athletics definitely are something to go to to have a good time and cheer on classmates.
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