I'm looking to major in Biology, and this looks like a great place to go for it. The program is very diverse, and surprisingly varied for a school of its size. I haven't gotten to sit in on classes (I've been accepted, and they're at the top of my list right now, but I haven't made the final visit yet) but they have a lot of interesting offerings for such a small place. Particularly, their Biology department covers everything from Virology to Ecology, including some wild-cards like Herpetology (would so take that class if I go there!) and Glassblowing (it's...
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Juniata has the most inspiring population (speaking about both students and staff). Great small school experience, you are always taught by a professor and never competing with graduate students for special opportunities. You also get the small town experience, not as exciting as a city, but provides a great environment for someone who is studious.» Read More
Juniata is a small, liberal arts school with a friendly atmosphere. The campus is beautiful, the staff are extremely helpful and the atmosphere is one of intelligence. Everyone is very personable and if you need help with anything it is very easy to get it.» Read More
Juniata is a great college for those pursuing a science career or for those wanting to create their own major. Juniata uses Programs of Emphasis instead of majors, so you can design your own path. While the academics are great, the surrounding area is also a great place to spend your free time.» Read More