The staff and the faculty at the Elms are more than willing to help students with anything they may be having trouble understanding or just if they need someone to talk to. On many occasions I have gone for help from my professors and they have been very gracious in sitting down with me and helping me with any little problem that I may have. The small class sizes and the one-on-one attention that students have with their professors is something that definitely drew me to Elms.
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Elms College is a very good school, that has a very small body of students and is great for staying on top of your work. Another good aspect about Elms College is that the teachers are willing to help you with any situation you're in. Last but not least Elms College is a place that very open minded and will make anyone feel at home when they are here.» Read More
Elms college has given me the tools I need to excel in my nursing career. It is a small Catholic University with inspiring professors who truly care about the students. I feel at home there and would recommend this school to anyone.» Read More
Elms College is best described as a friendly, tight knit family. Being a smaller college, students quickly become familiar and comfortable with their professors and fellow students. With a diverse population of students, a beautiful campus, and numerous activities or clubs available, it is easy to see why I find Our Lady of the Elms College a blessing and privilege.» Read More
Elms College is full of loving people as well as a hard working environment. With the smaller vibe of the campus, you are able to interact with your fellow peers as well as professors. Elms College provided me with a great experience and I definitely recommend this college.» Read More
It is a small-sized school and you really get to know your professors (who are usually very friendly). However, because of it's small campus body there are not all too many courses offered there, like I took french there and there weren't any classes past novice. As it's a private school it also pretty expensive so UMASS would have been way easier on my pocket.» Read More