I received an academic scholarship that made it impossible to refuse go to Seton Hall. I had applied because of the Diplomacy Program.
When applying to colleges I was not in love with any single school. There was no college that I had my heart set on. When a Seton Hall representative came to my school I was sold on this school escpecially becasue I got accetped on early decision. I felt that it was close enough to home that I could dorm and come home frquently. It had a program that I was extremely interested in (Sports management, but eventually changed to Education which is also a great program). I also had my two best friends going to the school as well.
I fell in love with the campus when I visited. I could really picture myself there and making it my second home.
I decided to go to Seton Hall University for the beauty that the campus Green has to offer. Since I love the country side as well as the city environment, Seton Hall offers the best of both worlds while not being far from home.
My family lives in Philadelphia and I wanted to be close enough to them where I could visit for vacations yet I would still feel some independence. Also, it's extremely close to New York City.
It wasn't too close from home or too far (one hour) so I could stay on campus but still go home if I wanted to. I got a really big scholarship. It is a Catholic school. The Biology program is great. I loved the campus.
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