When I tell my friends about Simpson the thing I like to brag about the most are my classes. I am the type of person that really enjoys that smaller school feeling. I enjoy being in smaller classrooms because I have that option to have one on one time with your professors, which is something that students at a big university don’t have. Simpson also hires scholarly yet entertaining professors, I find myself excited to go to class because I am never bored.
Simpson College gave me the help I needed to get back on track after my return from two tours in Iraq. They were so supportive, it brings tears to my eyes, that anyone, or any school would want to help me that much.
When I tell my friends about my school, I tend to brag about how well the classes fit individual needs for majors as well as really catering to what students will benefit most from within those programs. I also really like to talk about the student to teacher ratio.
Very good academic reputation. Very easy to graduate on time. Small class sizes. Beautiful campus.
The professors are very nice and some are very easy to talk to and others not so easy.
How great of an education I get here.
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