The enviornment and people are nice.
The best thing about Whitewater is the fact that it is one of the most handicap accessible campuses in the state of Wisconsin. This allows a diversity in students to be seen and allows those who are handicapped to still get further education and pursue their major and careers. All the University buildings are handicap accessible and the resident halls are on their way to be the same year by year.
What I consider to be the best thing about our school is the fact that it is so easy to get to know the professors and faculty. This is great because it opens up so many doors and opportunities.
I enjoyed the opportunities to take part in a large variety of extra cirriculars. Especially for an individual who is not sports orriented, like myself. I enjoyed time with PBL and the Dean's Advisory Counsil.
The best thing about my school is the teachers really care and want to get their students to college. It shows that they care and that is important to me as well as others.
While the University Wisconsin-Whitewater offers an extensive Liberal Arts curriculum for all career goals, its school of business is nationally renowned. More members of the “Fortune Five Hundred” graduated from UWW than any other business college in the United States. This is what makes UWW the best college for anyone aspiring to a career in the world of business. If you are pursuing a double major as I am, in Business Education / Management, UWW does an excellent job of correlating both curriculums so as to make them relevent to each other. Thereby ensuring success in either profession.
Diversity! The best thing about UW-Whitewater is the fact that the small community loves to embrace diversity. If you have a different point of view you should never be afraid to put it across in Whitewater. Also the fact that there are not many distractions help people study and concerntrate better.
The best thing about my school is the people that you end up meeting. I have met more great people here than I ever would have thought possible. I was alittle worried when I left high school and was heading into college. But Whitewater made the transition easier with the first few days all about freshman learning the campus. I have met people from all over. From as far as Texas and California people have come to Whitewater for it's sports programs! This mix of people makes it easy for people to meet new friends.
The school campus is very comfortable, and it's the perfect size, so you can pretty much get anywhere by walking. The professors are great and the class sizes aren't too big or anything. I always feel safe here!
It's a small, welcoming campus. People around are very friendly and help you out when they know you need help. During my first week of school I couldn't find a building and I had a plethora of older students approach me and ask if I need any help finding my class. The people in clubs are also very welcoming. The atmosphere is very calm and you feel at ease with whomever you talk to.
The best thing about my school is the size! Size does matter! Going to a smaller school in a smaller community is when you become a name, not a number. Individual attention is greater, and you feel like there are councilers and teachers who get to know you and help you. And when you get to know your students on a personal level, it helps you plan lessons and create assignments.
I consider the best thing about my school, to be the teachers, as cliche as that sounds. Not only is there diversity within the students and classes to take, but also the teachers and teaching styles. Some classes I have really feel like college. Where the professors don't know your name and there are roughly at least 60 students. That makes it easy for me to do my own thing and at my own pace. Other classes consist of 20-30 students and you create a special bond between the teacher and student, which makes you extremely motivated.
The small class sizes offer individual help many larger instututions cannot, and faculty members are easily accessible . In addition, there are tutorial services offered free of charge to students requiring assistance in major subjects. Despite being a smaller campus, UW-Whitewater does provide considerable extracurricular activities that facilitate socialization. Equally important is the fact that tuition costs are more affordable at UW-Whitewater than many other Wisconsin-based colleges.
the people because everybody is so nice and friendly
People are very friendly.
Everything on campus, is within 15 minutes of walking, which is nice.
The reputation of the business program. Companies come to Whitewater to recruit UWW students because of it!
Is very wheelchair accessible.
The students here are well balanced between wanting to do well academically and socialy.
The best thing about my college experience was all of the great people that I met first year and still remain friends with and everyone in between.
Small classroom sizes, actual professors teaching, friendly people.
I really like knowing alot of people and that I established so many friendships here.
The Athletic Facilities which are open to all students
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