Sage college gave me a needed boost that propelled me into graduate school. I had been wasting my life before, but with the guidance of the advisors and faculty, I was able to focus on what I needed to do to succeed. I am glad I was required to learn about more than just the workings of my area of learning, but was led into other liberal arts areas that broadened my horizon.
It is a very small school where it is easy to get help from teachers. The class size is very small and allows you to get the help you need if you ask for it. There are many events on the campus as long as you look for them. But it is very hard to meet other students, many people do not talk to you and it is a lot harder when you are a commuter. However, if you do not want ties or binds, this can be a good thing.
My school is very accomodating
Sage college of Albany provides a terrific learning environment, memorable experiences, great opportunities to meet lifelong friends, it?s fun packed, creative, always active, and it is the perfect home away from home.
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