I am always bragging about my school. I tell my friends that the nursing program is very tough, but I'm passing! I tell them that the professors are all nice and very helpful. Also, my school is close to my home. I was scared to come to college, but I'm so happy I did.
I usually tell my friends that its nice to be on a campus that isn't so big and has a good size amount of students. Another thing is how nice the professors are. They are very willing to help you outside of the classroom, especially when it comes to a test, they are willing to help and to answer any questions that you might have. This is what i usually tell my friends when we talk about each of the colleges we go to.
The professors and faculty members at our school are very welcoming. They put in a lot of their time and effort to work around their student’s schedules. When students don’t understand class material, professors will make time either during their office hours or free time to go over previous lectures. The positive side about a small school is feeling at home.
Not much to brag except that it is a 2 year institution and that majorty of the classes here are fairly easy to attend and pass.
The thing I like most about upt is no distractions. No parties, nowhere to go, nothing to do except your school work
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