The best thing about the university I attend is the atmosphere. Almost everyone is friendly and if you were to say "hello" they would speak back. That is needed because one bad moment could mess up a day like some one not being polite and saying "Hi" when you speak first.
the best thing about my school is the student to teacher ratio, classrooms are small so you get a better relationship with your professors.
The community feeling is the best. It is a small enviroment. However, it allows one to develop real and strong relationships with not just other fellow students, but faculty and administration as well. Those relationships are a truly helpful support system when one is struggling, in academic, business or life in general. I know all of the Staff and Administration by name and that has heped me numerous times since I started at Wilberforce University. As for friends, I have made friends that are more then friends to me but rather family for life, a wonderful feeling.
The best thing about my school is its the oldest first HBCU. The campus is small but I love it because you get more one on one time with professors. My school has so much history because it was built during slavery and the underground railroad is located under my school. Slaves attended Wilberforce University to get an education.
the thing i like about my school is it feels lke a small family and the homey feeling from the staff and the faulity
The best thing about my school is its religious foundation. Wilberforce University was founded in 1856 under the AME (African Methodist Episcopal) foundation. It is the first Private HBCU, owned and operated by African Americans. My school is also a second chance school.
The one on one that you can get with your teachers. We have small class room size so everyone can get that time you need. The teachers know you by name and any extra work that you need or help they are always willing to help you so that you can understand. The teacher never down you, some may talk crazy or make a joke, but they still are willing to give you that personal help and time. The thing I say I like about my school is the teachers and their love and excited to help you to achieve.
The best thing about my school is that the history is very rich and both the alumni, faculty, and students cherish this history within their own lives.
The fact that it is a HBCU.(Historically Black College/University)
The best thing I love about my school are the teachers.. They really care about the students and their education, They give special attention to student that need it, and they love to see you advance in college and in life.
Its a very nice University, it really helps people start their careers on a path that is just right for them.
The best thing i consider about my school is that everyone there is very friendly and focused. I like this because someone is always willing to assist you with anything. There has never been a time when some one at my school has let me down in a educational way.
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