I believe the best part of UC is the diversity among the students, staff and faculty. Cincinnati is known as a "small, big city" and that is exactly what it is. I come from a medium sized suburb and have found great comfort and challege awaiting me in my four years at UC. I love that UC is an urban college that gives so many opportunities to people that may otherwise not have them. Also, being such a research orientated school, UC continues to be diverse. Overall, I think this is an amazing school.
I love the diverse setting and the city like atmosphere. It's always busy and there's always something new and exciting to do!
I love that everything I need is so close to campus. It is easy to walk to everything.
The best thing about my school would be the professors. Most are very interesting and down to earth. Most of them are very easy to listen too and you feel like your opinion is worth something.
UC was the first school to start a co-op program. In my opinion this is the best thing you could offer college students. It does take a little longer to graduate, but the real world experience is irreplaceable.
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