I mostly brag about how at Otterbein im actually a student and not just a number, that at my college they actually care about my future and want to see me succeed. The fact that most of my classes are really small i get to know my teachers and they get to know me. Most of my friends go to Ohio University and their teachers dont even know their names.
How laid back and open minded the students are.
I tell my friends about all the research and papers that need to be done, it really gets you more involved about the subject being studied. I tell them how the professors really care about how you are doing in class and if things are going ok out of class.
It would have to be that the teacher's are very friendly and go out of their way to spend time and help out the students.
I like saying that i attend otterbein college because i know it is a good school, and its not something i can just float my way through.
When I brag about my school, I start with how beautiful the campus is and how nice the buildings are, including dorms and academic buildings. The dorms also have large rooms for students to live in, which is not the case in most colleges. I believe that because Otterbein is so nice that this is a large reason students choose Otterbein College as the school of their choice.
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