It is a very friendly environment and is a great place to go to school
I think it is a good school, but I have concerns. I feel as if the school could be all about money. I also feel like there is not enough parking for either commuters or resident students. Although it may seem silly to have parking for people who live on campus, what about the ones, including myself, that have classes, work-study, among other things back to back. There is no time to walk and be on time. Many of classes will consider you absent if you are even tardy.
The school is alright. I'm not a religious person at all, so this really doesn't feel like the college for me. The people are really cool and the professors get to know you pretty well. The campus is BEAUTIFUL but VERY boring, there isn't much to do and the rules are very strict.
I absolutely love the beautiful campus. There are so many nice professors willing to help with anything. There's not much to do other than campus sponsored events.
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