It is a smaller liberal arts school that I felt was the best fit for me. The school had a familial effect on me and I knew this was the place I wanted to go to as soon as I first saw the school.
Stonehill is a medium sized school located in Easton, Massachusetts with a student body of about 2,500. Many students can say that about their school, however Stonehill has something different about it when compared to other schools alike. I am a biology major, so what was unique about Stonehill in my eyes was Shields Science Center. What is truly unique, is that Stonehill trusts its freshmen to use these instruments such as a Mass Spectrometer. Many schools don’t allow freshmen to touch these instruments until they are older and more advanced.
The campus is very beautiful, every body is extremely friendly. The professors will do whatever they can to help you succeed.
The campus is beautiful and you really feel a sense of community.
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