a college where they focus on you. Because its small student population compared to big universities, you are sure to take in whatever activity you wish. For example, if you want to be part of a play, you have a higher chances of being part of the play whereas in bigger universities, only the theatre majored students are in the play.
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Knox will definitely give you the freedom to flourish. No matter what you are planning to do with your life after four years at Knox, you will find yourself better prepared for what lies ahead after college. Regardless of what you want to study, the professors and faculty members will push you to new heights.» Read More
Everybody in Knox is very supportive in what you decide to do in life. Whether you want to major in Computer Science, Art, or even Gender & Women's Studies, there will always be someone to ask for help. Knox College has really changed my views about the world we live in, and the importance in trying to improve it for future generations.» Read More
It is a very small school in a town that has barely anything to do, but the students and professors are who truly make it amazing. One thing to be aware of is that there is not much to do in the town, which can get on one's nerves; it is a small college but the friends that you will make there will definitely stay with you for a long itme.» Read More
I think Knox is amazing. There's a real sense of community there and everyone is very open and accepting. They offer an abundance of opportunities to get involved in the community, with your peers, or in your field of study.» Read More
Knox College is one giant melting pot. Academically strong and athletically weak, it is the stereotypical private liberal arts school. Despite the stereotype, Knox manages to maintain its individuality through the faculty and students.» Read More