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It has an amazing Pre-Med program.


The school is fairly small, but the courses and professors are top notch. Classes are small for a public university. I feel like I get personal attention from many of my professors. SUU is very affordable, too. You won't be drowning in debt when you graduate like you would at many of the other universities I considered.


The school is very close to home, and the environment is very warm. Students are very welcoming and diverse.


The size of the University makes for a great social atmosphere with smaller class sizes so that that student teacher relationships are more personal. It's a fantastic school to belong to. No other school actually has a current SUU student call and talk to prospective students. Just by that phone call you already feel like you belong at SUU.


SUU's small campus, as well as, classroom sizes. Their great ability to give individual help in all aspects of the college process. Also, SUU's amazing rate at getting people admitted to schools for the next level of their education.


This school has a small campus and so you are with the same teachers and students for most of your college career. It's in a small city so that the air isn't polluted and the community is tight-knit. The campus itself is very beautiful. It has the program I want.


It's like one big family. Everyone accepts you, the teachers are amazing and nice, and it seems even easier than high school.


The classes are small enough to have personnal attention from all your professors. this makes it easier to gain a personnal relationship with them. It also makes for a good learning environment.


It was inexpenceive opposition campared to other schools I was planning to attend and it had all and more options than the other instutions i was planning to attend. I also get that personal touch kind of like High School with out the smothering or the person always on your back.


They have a great relationship with the students because they are a fairly small university.


The school which I am currently attending is quite small. It holds within it a feeling of being part of a community and not just a number at a huge school. The faculty is easily available to answer questions and help out, as well the class sizes are small which gives each student individual attention. The school is also located in a small town, which brings that whole belonging aspect out even further in this environment.


SUU is somewhat overpriced for the quality of education received. They pretend to be a high-end university, but don't really have the credentials to back the claims. The financial aide department is atrocious. The woman in charge will not even speak to you unless you have an appointment. Not even when you can clearly see her in her office doing nothing. I made two appointments with her, and still was not able to see her. The first time, she didn't show up, the second time she sat in her office and chatted on the phone for an hour, then left me sitting waiting (after I had already waited an hour) to go to lunch! She treats students like they are inferior and beneath her notice. Not only that, but she messed up my financial aide (no wonder, since she wouldn't even talk to me, and I had to go through a student secretary who didn't know anything) costing me thousands of dollars in money for school. I cannot recommend this university to ANYONE who is going to need financial aide!


It's very out going with lots of school spirit.


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