if you are looking for a huge university in a good sized town, then this college would not be for you. if you don't like being around helpful people who are looking to get you involved with activities around campus, then this college would not be for you. these class sizes are fairly uniform to most small universities. if you are looking for really small classes, then this college would not be for you. i recommend giving this college a try. i think you will be happy with your decision.
I do not feel that any student should be excluded from this or any other school. We have a large diversity of students currently attending UCM and everyone melds together wonderfully. I haven't witnessed or heard of any conflicts between any students. I'm a very firm believer in equality regardless of race, gender, or background. Education is important and everyone should be given the opportunity to achieve their educational goals.
If you are a person who likes to have everything walked through to you step by step, don't attend UCM. They don't give very good instructions about anything, and almost everything is done on computer rather than talking to a person. I'd be willing to bet half the student body has never seen their achedemic advisor or even know their advisor's name. Everything is very "do it yourself".
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