It's not UConn, but that's a part of its draw. I doubt you'll take any classes with more than thirty people, whereas your freshman classes at UConn might have upwards of fifty, maybe a hundred. I'm not saying it's a bad school, but UConn is a completely different atmosphere. My friends who go there feel like numbers. It's nowhere near as friendly as ECSU, and more and more of the students are rich, spoiled kids who's trust funds ran out. MY parents are UConn alums, and they're ashamed of how UConn's gotten worse. ECSU is the way to go!
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ECSU is honestly a wonderful liberal arts school. With it's small class sizes, I always feel comfortable participating, and I am never too afraid to go up and ask the professor a question. The faculty is very friendly and approachable, and the smaller campus makes the school very inviting.» Read More
Eastern is a small community in which each and every student has a voice. The faculty and staff are ready to assist in any way possible, I have never felt so welcomed on a college campus. The school is academically rigorous and socially fulfilling.» Read More
ECSU is in general a great college. Eastern has around 5,400 students and it the perfect mix if you do not want to go to a small or large college. It has great professors, and you will receive an education and friendships that will help you throughout life.» Read More
Eastern is a very good college for someone who wants to feel like a member of a community. The liberal arts curriculum is both fun and challenging for a student ready to build their resume. The faculty is very kind and knows most students by their first name.» Read More
Eastern Connecticut State University incorporates all aspects of learning into the classroom. The professors are kind and caring and they love to help. The college offers so many programs and clubs that it is impossible not to be involved in some activity.» Read More