Block plan enables me to really focus, both to learn and to love a topic. The only downside is that some details do get skipped occasionally due to time constraints. But the retention of material learned plus the attention you can give to the details of your own work more than makes up for this. Additionally this school has succeeded in teaching the procrastination queen (me) how to utilize time management, which will help in real life more than most gen ed classes ever will.
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I really enjoy my time in class and the small campus has given me a chance to make a network of friends quickly. The courses are incredibly rigorous and intellectually stimulating, and most of my professors have been reasonable human beings who I can talk to if need be.» Read More
Cornell is a very quirky campus full of very interesting people. Since it is relatively small, there are always lots of opportunities available and people who are willing to help you achieve your goals. I have never had any professor who hasn't been engaged with the students.» Read More
Cornell College is a fantastic, small, friendly community. The One Course At A Time model truly allows me to focus my intellectual capacities on my subject in a unique manner. At Cornell, the professors emanate a majestic aura of knowledge, wisdom, love, and passion.» Read More
One of the most beautiful schools out there. The school is an amazing place for anyone who wants a different, and even Hogwarts-esque experience. From the professors to the students, Cornell College is absolutely fantastic.» Read More
Cornell is definitely a place where you can be yourself to your fullest, quirkiest potential. The block plan can take some getting use to (or a lot!) but it teaches you new and valuable skills that you can use in the future. The staff at Cornell tries to keep students busy so there is always something going on somewhere.» Read More