It is extremely easy to create new clubs and there are a myriad of performing opportunities including open mic nights.
My teachers are brilliant, my classes are small, and my opportunities are limitless. If you're going to school for the education, this is the place to be.
Willamette University is a very small college with about 1,700 undergraduates. The extra attention and help you can get from the professors are amazing. Not only that, Willamette University has extremely good study abroad programs which are not very competitive because of the small student body. 40% of the students study abroad during their 4 years at Willamette University.
Fisrt and foremost the campus is amazing. It is really sustainable and the weather and nature here is amazing. Secondly, the resources. My school has things that none of my other firends have avaliable to them on their campuses, like free printing and free hour-long tuoring seesions for each class they take. It is simply amazing.
How friendly people here are. The amount of opportunity there is here to make new friends, and hang out with older friends. And the academic workload, is significant, and I'll tell them that.
When I brag about my school, I tell them what wonderful professors I have and the wonderful people I have met. I have some fabulous friends especially my roommate. I have learned a lot not only from my professors but my classmates who can sometimes surprise me and give such insightful comments. Also, the campus is gorgeous and can be so inspiring when it rains or shines.
I often brag about the people I have met. The professors I have. The projects I get to engage in.
My biggest class is 27 students!
I brag about the size of my classes, and how engaged the professors are in each person's education. I also tend to brag about the range of classes provided and just how much I learn.
Going to professors' houses for dinner.
I mostly brag about how the professors are like friends to me even to the point where they will ask their class to come to their house for dinner which to my honest surprise has helped me dramatically in my engagement with academic intrigue and participation!
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