Most of the professors here are wonderful! They seem to care a lot about the well-being and success of all their students and they don't try and make learning difficult. A lot of the teachers I've had try to make learning fun and use tests to make sure you understand the material (so no trick questions) The professors tend to be pretty accessible if someone needs a little extra practice or explanations regarding the material. It's not hard to confront them and like I said before, they are almost always willing to help! Occasionally you'll run into a teacher that you clash with but it's going to be that way no matter where you go to school. Some teachers like to place too much opinion into their lectures but it's easily ignored.
The professors are extremely nice and generally concerned with the students' grades. Meetings with professors are always set up in their syllabi.
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