Trinty Washington University was a wonderful school to attend. At that time, they were very student centered, interested in their students, and were willing to work with you for sucess. Back in the "good old days"(1977) Trinity had a certain quaintness about it. It definitely was a center of learning and knowledge. I cannot tell you about the campus life, because I was a commuting student. Having said that, Trinity was easy to get too via the subway, it was a quiet campus, and, they actively engaged the students in learning and growing.
In my school, everyone is not just a student but their own person. Professors in our school make sure to get to know any individual in their classroom and take care of each one of us own problems so that we can succeed in school and do well.
Because the small class sizes allowed for me to develop a personal relationship with my professors as well as allowed me the ability to venture out and make more connections within my network.
I brag most about how caring and concerned the teachers and faculty are about the students. The many helpful resources such as tutoring, writing centers, etc that the school offers.
Yes! Very much. Trinity is a small women's catholic college where students very much succeed. I tell my friends that we at Trinity receive individual attendtion from proffessors.
Make sure you visit the school. And also sit in on a class and shadow a student from the school. It will help you to decide how much you like the environment and classes.
What I brag about is that we have a good acadmic program. I love that the campus is small so I won't have to travel so far to classes.
The education and academics.