One of the best things about the school was the caliber of the faculty, staff and fellow students. All were outstanding. Additionally, as part of the Claremont Colleges, students benefit from a private women's college liberal arts experience while having tremendous access to the courses and resources at the other Claremont colleges, providing the best of a small private college experience and a larger university experience. You get the best of both worlds.
The best thing about Scripps College, apart from the beauty of the campus, the nice people you meet everyday, and the great food, is the academics. Here at Scripps, you have the opportunity to get to know your professor, ask questions, and best of all, have a small learning environment.
It has the resources of a large school because of the Claremont Consortium but the closeness and small class sizes of a small school. It's the best of both worlds.
Small classes, southern California location.
The best thing about this school is that it is small, community-based, and simply beautiful. This is important because you feel safe, cared for, and at home here. Professors are always available and everything just feels right. The beauty is breath-taking and really relieves the stress of the academic programs. Loving where you live adds to the entire experience in a positive way.
The consortium of five schools is definitely one of the best things here. There are so many different types of people, there are quite places and loud places and plenty of resources of a large school but with a small school feel.
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