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A particularly unique aspect about UMES is the living situation--students are only required to live in a dormatory for two semesters in their freshmen year and then are moved to an apartment. This forces much growth and maturity upon many students during their early college years.
run as fast as you can. don't look back, don't stop for air, don't ask questions... just run!
my college is cheap. it is the best college i have been to so far. it has various majors but the only thing i can say is, if you are trying to major in engineering, this school is not the right school to do that because it would only help you specialize in it.
Well, what makes UMES unique compared to other schools and universities is that the family atmosphere with a small campus. The school has so many student activities for the student body to connect as a whole.
the university maryland eastershore is most unique than the other schools i could have went is because its much lager and a very beautiful and quite campus.
At the University of Maryland Eastern Shore, the majority of the professional staff is related, and everyone is predominately from the same area. With that being said, the school gives off a family vibe. Unlike other schools, at UMES you know everyone ; whether they work at the Physical Plant or if they work in dinnig services, you know them and they know you. This make it easier to matriculate through school, and makes my school unique.
I believe University of Maryland Eastern Shore has a very good child/teacher ratio, to me this is very helpful when we are in need of thee extra assistance in getting work done.
The University of Maryland Eastern Shore is the second most beatiful campus in America.
My school is an HBCU, it is one of the most beautiful campuses, and it also do not have a football team. Most schools their social life revovle around the football team,band,etc...
At UMES the students are very encouraging to each other.
We have one the most beautiful campuses in America. Our campus is very close and is very freind
My school is very rural and it is not a extremely big town which I am used to and where all the other schools I applied for. That is the beauty about my school because it is located in a small town where a lot of people are friendly oriented and care about their town.
My school is rated the second most beautiful campus in the United States. We are also the fisrt University to have a pride week as well as a school dance.
It is the most clean campus I have ever been on.
I think the unique thing about my school is that it's an HBCU and that we are still standing. Most people tend to think the HBCU's don't do enough to help educate its students,but that is not true. There are plenty of opportunites and resources available to students. The students just need to use them. The proffessors truly try to help all that go here to succeed. I enjoy this university.
There really is no difference they are just like any other HBCU.
One unique thing about my school is that it is the first HBCU to ever have a PGA (golf) program. Another unique thing about my school is that we pay for every little thing (even though we pay a recreation fee), but I honestly think all that money goes to the decorating of the exterior campus. You will never see the grass not green and the flowers not in full blossom! Another unique thing is, we have a bowling alley (and team) on campus.
The Campus is absolutely gourgeous.
The university I attend is unique from all the others is that it is a well atmosphere to study on. The students there are fun to hang out with. Classes are a nice size to learn and pay attention to the teachers in. Organization there at the school is good and activities are quite okay too. Other schools I considered are far out and and more money for tuition. Since I am at UMES I have grown to like it there and awaiting my big day to graduate from there. I have grown to know my professors well also.
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