I love Newbury. It's diverse, small class sizes, people are friendly, and the professors of the Psych department make my major worth while.
The best thing about this school are the professors that are always there to help you out whenever you need help. I would change the cafeteria food items and make it more diverse. I would love it if the college expands itself and for instance has an auditorium or space for sport games. My school is not too small or large is perfect size which is one of the main reasons why I decided to go there. People know that it is a good hotel/restaurant school but there are others that do not know much about the college. Most of my time on campus I spend it in classes or at the library. The school administration is great and whenever there is a complaint from students or parents, they always try to work on the issue and get it fixed. THERE IS A LOT OF SCHOOL PRIDE FOR NEWBURY COLLEGE! The seats on some of the classroom are unusual because they're very small and uncomfortable. Student complaints are mostly about the shuttle service and how it runs every 15 minutes from Cleaveland Circle to the campus.
The best things about this school are the people. I would change the cafeteria times of this school, since they aren't opened long enough. I spend most of my time in my room or in the library.
Overall I think Newbury College is a tremendous school for a student who is looking to have an instant impact on campus. Newbury College is rather small compared to our neighboring schools, but honestly that's why as a student you feel like you really are apart of the Newbury community. Newbury gives you the chance to make a student who
I love Newbury. It is the perfect school for me. I really like that it is so small because I feel that I can get the personalized attention I want as a student, all of my professors know my name and I am not just a face in a sea of 300 student lecture halls. I like that we have a small campus because even though we do we still have a bunch of student activities that can be joined. It disheartens me though when so many of those clubs die out because of a lack of interest, I don't know why it is so hard to get students involved on this campus. I also really like that the student has the choice of living on campus or in one of their off-campus houses. I have chose the latter option the past two years and although it hasn't given me the traditional dorm life I love it. I feel as though it teaches me responsibility when it comes to getting to school and such. Overall I really do love this school.
It is a great place
I think the best thing about this school is being involved with athletics and the location. One thing I would change is our athletic facilities. We don't have any fields or courts on campus but with our location is it hard. As an athlete here we learn to adapt to using our off campus locations which are five minutes away and it becomes a natural thing to do and the places are nice. The size is just right; there are just over a thousand students here which is 400 less then my high school. I spend most of my time here hanging out with my teammates whether it is in the dinning hall, lounge, or their rooms. Newbury is 5 miles away from the center of Boston. As we all know Boston is the greatest "College Town" their is. So living just outside is practically living right in the middle. School pride is something that is on the rise here. When I first got here three years ago there was about half as many students that get involved but as a student leader I vowed to increase school pride.
I love this school! It is bittersweet being a senior at Newbury. Although I am excited to move on, I am not excited to be leaving such a tight knit community. From the small size of the campus and classrooms, to the caring professional staff members who know you by name...this school shows the true meaning of community!
I enjoy the school. I like the small classes and the one on one attention i recieve. Most of the people here are friendly and since it is small everyone basically knows each other on some level.
My overall opinion of this school is that it is the right fit for me. The small size is perfect for me especially the small classroom sizes. At times it does remind me of high school due to the small classroom sizes, but I would get lost if i went to a larger college/university. My freshman year was so far my favorite year at Newbury. Everyone was still getting to know each other so it was nice that everyone was still on "the same page". Newbury is definitely a college town since we are so close to Boston which has tons of schools nearby.
My overall opinion of Newbury is that I really like it here and it has a very friendly and cozy feel to it. Some people do complain about the size but I enjoy it. Since other colleges are so close by and we are in one of the biggest college cities, it really doesn't matter about school size. It is very easy to meet upperclassmen and become close with them even if you're a first year. I think people do like it here and the attitude is always positive.
Overall, I love Newbury. The small class sizes was the first thing that attracted me to the school. I like the fact that I am learning in a small class because I am able to build one on one relationships with my professors, and they know my name. The staff at the college are here for our success. They care about how you are doing and are always here to help.
I love Newbury, the staff and professors are more than welcoming. It is really nice to have people genuinely care about how well you do in life and want you to succeed in everything you do. There are many improvements that the college is constantly making, it is really nice to see.
My opinion of the school is that it is a great school. The school is great because it is small and it has a very good community. The school is also great because it is in a great location for students to enjoy.
We are a small campus in a beautiful neighborhood just outside of Boston. I love the small class sizes because I have to be able to participate and ask questions without getting lost in the crowd. Being a small college, everyone knows everyone. It's a good thing and bad thing. It's an awesome feeling being able to walk around campus and say hi to all the people you pass. The professors know you by name and not a number! But, again the professors know you by name....so you can't just slide by. They are so active in making sure you are being the best that you can be. One of the coolest things about Newbury, is that you'll even get to know the President Hannah McCarthy! Any renovations on campus are the result of the administration listening to what the students have to say. At Newbury, we want your voice to be heard!
I love this school. It was the perfect fit for me! We have right around 1,000 students, so at this school I am known as Kylie not as a number. The professors know who you are and want to get to know you in and out of the classroom. Being so close to Boston is a big plus!! We are just a 5 minute T ride to the middle of the city, but since we are right outside of the city you don't have to listen to the T or the cars beeping right outside of the windows. If I could change one thing about the school it would be the fact that we don't have a football team, I feel as if a football team would bring the school more together to share the pride of Newbury.
So far I am really enjoying my experience here at Newbury. When I was looking at colleges one of my prefrences was to go to a school that you as the student were not just a number but the professor knew your face. This helps me come to class and stay focused with my homework. I also really enjoy the location of the school. When I was a first year student I knew I did not want to live directly in the city of Boston. Therefore I lived on campus which is in a quiet Brookline neighborhood, but if my friends and I wanted to go out, Boston was 10 minutes away. The only thing that I would change about this school would be to have longer hours in the dining hall. I would like to have the dining hall open later because when I am here at night whether at the library or at an event sometimes I get hungry.
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