I love the close commuity that we live in. You know most of the other students and feel wanted in all of your classes. You professors are always willing to go out of their way to help thier studnets as well. Lexington is also a neat place to attend school.
The sense of community that you feel while here. There's never a time when i'm walking from class to class that i don't see at least one person that i know.
The professors and the academics. Professors really care and are more than willing to talk to you and help you out. It's really easy to get to know your professors. The classes are small and intimate and promote participation. Generally, everyone cares about their grades and wants to be there, in class and learning.
By far the best thing about Transy would be the small classroom sizes. It gives all of us a chance for some one on one time with the professor. It also gives us all a chance to speak out on issues we find challenging, stimulating, etc. The professor can give time to discuss these issues we find most important without losing sight of the lecture.
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