I liked the small classes in my studio classes.
We have bathrooms in the Freshman dorms, and I have my own room in my apartment plus a full kitchen and bathroom.
What I brag about the most to my friends are the underground tunnels between the academic buildings, and how big the apartments are compared to other schools.
UWGB has a smaller campus and everything is close together. Also, the amount of students that attend UWGB is very low compared to other 4 year colleges. The class sizes here are generally very small excluding the popular introductory lectures like psychology and biology that are needed for the general education requirements.
I tell them about our underground tunnels that we have that connects all of our academic buildings together. Also, how nice of a campus it is.
I brag most about the Art and Theatre faculty with friends. They are extremely knowledgeable and friendly (most professors prefer to be on a first name basis with students).
I tell them that it's quite hard to get into my school.
I don't brag about my school. It's just more schooling.
The underground tunnels, to travel to each building when the weather gets cold outside.
We have the 3 T's. They include: Trees- the campus is in the woods basically, there are hiking/bike trails everywhere. Tunnels- once you are in any academic building you will not have to go back outside until you go home, they connect all the buildings with either underground or above ground tunnels which are great in the Wisconsin winters. Toilets- In every dorm room there is a private bathroom- no community bathrooms, so just you and your roommate share a bathroom! The shower and toilet are together in one room and the sink is in the hall.
Our dorms and apartments on campus have their own toilet in each room! Instead of sharing a shower with twenty other girls, its just one or two. We also have tunnels connecting our buildings, so when the weather is bad we don't have to walk outside as much.
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