My favorite part of Nazareth is the size of the school and classes. It isn't too big, but also not too small. It makes the school very comfortable and like a community. Also, there is a large amount of school pride. I see students all the time dressed up in school colors and sometimes people go all out for sporting events. I really like this school and I know that it has a very good reputation that is accurate.
Nazareth is easily my favorite place on earth. It feels like home because it is my home. Any given day, regardless of season, Nazareth is absolutely beautiful. That's what drew me to Naz in the first place. Naz is warm, inviting, and the campus is breathtakingly beautiful. On days when the weather is cruddy, Naz has underground tunnels connecting almost every single building. The grounds and housekeeping staffs keep Naz clean and safe. They do an incredible job of making sure Nazareth stays beautiful. The res halls are always clean and fresh (including the few buildings with public bathrooms!!). I have lived on campus all four years and love the living environment. The residential life staff is friendly, passionate, and helpful. In fact, all of the people who work for Nazareth are great people to have around. Nazareth professors are approachable and inviting. Their doors are always open and they welcome student questions via email, phone, or private meeting. I have never had a professor who didn't know my name within the first week of classes; they care about how students feel, think, learn, and grow. My experience at Nazareth has been entirely fulfilling. I cannot say enough about how welcoming this campus is. There is literally nothing to critique about life at Naz. This is simply my favorite place to be!
I think that this school is great. I love the campus, the class sizes, and just the feel of the campus.
I love every single moment of my college life here. I think Naz deserves more popularity than it has now.
The class size is small, so all professors know us by name. My professors are amazing. They're really inspirational, and sometimes they make boring stuffs become so interesting. Every single person, faculty and staff, is so friendly and helpful, they will try their best to help you.
The school facilities are great. You have everything accessible on campus. Personally, I am one of the people who lives inside the "Naz Bubble", which means you just spend your whole time on campus and don't even need to go outside. The best thing is our Arts Center. Students with Naz ID can watch FREE performances every week, some are student production, some are professional pieces of artists, bands and companies from Rochester area, somewhere in the US or even foreign artists. Imagine you can go watch some $50 performances for free on every weekend!
The campus is beautiful. Yeah, it's small, but still amazing. And we have tons of clubs and activities for you to join. As far as I remember, activities happen every single day. We even have the "Left-handed Club", and a Harry Potter club named "Ministry of Magic"! Nothing is impossible here at Naz.
The school officials really spend time listening to students' concerns, and they respond quickly. The Undergraduate Association also does a great job in connecting between students and school officials.
Generally, I love my school, and I think every of my friends loves Naz too.
If you mention you went to Naz to an alumni, they'll immediately give you a hug. Then they'll as if Professor so-and-so is still baking cookies, or if that woman still works at the Cabaret. The best part about the school is it's "family" community. This can create a tough adjustment, freshman may feel like it's hard to break into already solid groups of friends, but Naz is a group mostly welcoming, outgoing, and unusually friendly students.
The best thing about Naz is that everyone is friendly. People hold open doors for you and everyone is willing to help. There is just enough people that you will see someone new every day but you won't get lost in the crowd.
When I tell people I go to Naz they generally ask, "Where is that?" "Do you get a lot of snow?" or an attempt at humor, "Is that near Bethleham?" Truthfully we do get a lot of snow but we have underground heated tunnels to most buildings. We were a Cathloic school, but that was 30 years ago.
Complaints: There more girls than guys, the ratio is 3:1
There is no football team, but lax is very popular
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