Wesley college is an okay school. The student to teacher ratio is awesome. There are not many things to do on campus but when there is, some of the events are fun and interesting. The cafeteria lunch is pretty good but not all that healthy and there are limited options.
Academically Wesley College is a great school but in terms of socially, it definitely lacks. The only sport that really matters is the football team. The food is only good when there is an open house or an event that could potentially bring prospective students or people to donate money.
Wesley College does not have an extremely diverse student population. About 80% of the student population is African-American with the remaining 20% being white, Hispanic, or another minority. The African-American students that go here are pretty loud and, to be quite frank, pretty ghetto. I'm not sure exactly how selective Wesley College is at selecting its future students, but it should be much more selective than it is right now. I keep hearing black students claim that Wesley College "feels just like high school", and that couldn't be more wrong. Wesley College shouldn't "feel just like high school" because it is college. The high school graduates that apply to Wesley College should be of the highest caliber. They should not smoke any sort of illegal substance (many students at this college smoke weed, and you can still smell it on their breath and on their clothes), spit on the ground (several male students, more specifically the African-American students, spit on the ground outdoors, and it's disgusting), or shout just because they can. Wesley College should have a much stricter list of requirements for the people applying to go there.
The school has a great psychology department. It has a good learning environment. The sports teams do very well. It is a place that has seen its fair share of tragedies, but they bring the students and staff together. It is expensive, which is why I really need this scholarship. I would like to graduate from Wesley but if I do not find the money I will not be able to.
Wesley college is a diverse college and people are extremely helpful and friendly everyone knows each other the campus goes out of it's way to make you feel welcome this is my brother third year there the football team is great the lacrosse team great the baseball and softball team excellent track team great the basketball team not that good the staff are extremely welcoming and students feels like a family
I al thrilled and excited to begin my college journey here at Wesley! This campus provides me with the change of pace I needed in my usually filled lifestyle. I am a music major and try to involve myself in all of the musical groups available, and enhance my musical ability by stepping out of my comfort zone and enrolling in the fine Aurols as well as paino keyboarding class to gain exposure to skills I have no mastered in previous schooling.
Wesley is a diverse school. There are many cultures represented and all socio-economic classes as well. Wesley is a great school for the student who needs a smaller, home town feel. Adjusting to life at Wesley was relatively painless. The best part of Wesley is the friends that I've made so far!
Wesley is really what you make it. If you decide to be antisocial and not get out much you will have a miserable time there. Once you get out, make a few friends, you'll make unforgettable memories that will live in your heart forever. When it comes to academics its all about how much YOU care about your student success. Teachers don't really go the extra mile to check up on you or your grades. Its something that you must stay on top of at all times. Meet with your advisor so they know you by face and name; that'll help when it comes to getting into classes that are full or getting a letter of recommendation. Wesley is a very small environment. The class sizes are small which is convenient when it comes to student, teacher engagement, but it is also a hinderance because it can be very difficult to get into a class because the seats get filled so fast. As far as activities, theres always something going on, whether it be a movie night or a session on drug prevention. You have to get out there and see what they are offering. Honestly, the food in the cafe is awful, but the Den has good food but the aren't open all day. There are some places in walking distance from campus that serve good food or you can always order out. All in all, Wesley is cool, but you have to make it work for you!
i believe this college would be a great fit for a nin city person
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