I have no issues whatsoever with Wagner College at this time.
Having attended a smaller liberal arts school, the class selection is not comparable to those of large Universities.
Its far too small, and life can seem like prison there. But because I am in a frat, I am pretty much guaranteed a social life. Yet I still find more enjoyment going out to Manhattan than staying in the dorms. As pretty as the campus looks, the availability of space there is like being in high school all over again
The most frustrating thing is Wagner is it's lack of diversity. The student population tends to come from upper-class families, from New York, New Jersey or New England. Everyone is pretty much the same here.
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