That fact that it is a four-year university , the wonderful bluffs that we can hike, the extra-curricular activities, meeting new people, freedom
I love the small class sizes at St. Mary's. It is a small but friendly campus with large dorm rooms. I love the fact that I am away from home and learning to be on my own but only 40 minutes away so I can go back to visit any time I want.
When I tell my friends about my University, I brag about the teachers and how easily it is to get a hold of them. I also brag about how big the dorm rooms are; a lot of my friends go to schools where they are living in a room the size of a box. I tend to also bring up how many cool things the school sponsors on the weekend: jello wrestling, having bands or singers (Josh Gracin, etc.), and/or comedians come to our school.
how small the class sizes are
how much the professors care (some of them give their home phone number)
how nice my dorm is
It has a very pretty campus.
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