The best thing about Mars Hill College would have to be the small classes; the reson why is because this gives the students more opportunity to have one-on-one time with the proffessors.
The professor are great. They make you work but they also make you feel comfortable to come to them when you have a problem. They explain everything to the best of their ability and allow the students to become involved in the lesson. They make education come alive; even math!! I cannot complain about any of my professors.
It's liberal and it's location.
The location because even though it is a 20-30 minute drive to the city it is very pretty for where it is.
I believe that the best thing about Mars Hill College is its small size. With a small size it is easier for students to recieve hep from their professors and also helps them beome more sociable on campus.
The best thing about Mars Hill is the size of the classes because the professors can actually take the time to learn your name and who you are so they are able to teach you better individually if you have any problems.
The best thing about Mars Hill is how friendly the people are to each other. Everyone knows everyone around here and new people are welcomed in with plenty of admiration.
The staff are usually friendly.
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