This college offers very small class sizes (20-30 students per class). Make the most of this and cultivate a personal relationship with your professor and ask them any questions you may have.
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Roanoke College is a great environment to be in, fill of caring professors and hands-on programs. It is a liberal arts college, so getting used to the INQ system was a bit hard, but it is well worth it in the end. The campus itself is just gorgeous, and I love being there every day.» Read More
This is definitely one of the most beautiful schools that you will find with some of the nicest and most interesting people. The greatest part of your experience at Roanoke College will be the people that you meet and the friends that you make. It is an experience worth having.» Read More
Roanoke college is a great small school where you can truly meet and get close to a lot of people who probably have similar interests. The atmosphere is welcoming, and the faculty and staff are extremely willing and helpful towards the students. There is a wide variety of clubs and organizations on campus so everyone is sure to find their niche somewhere.» Read More
Roanoke College is a wonderful school. With only 2,100 students and plenty of teachers, all of my classes have a 20:1 or less student-teacher ratio. All of my teachers were easy to find and talk to. As a mathematics major, I also found that there were multiple opportunities to meet and talk to the math faculty thru clubs and Tea Time. The campus is beautiful, and easy to memorize.» Read More
Roanoke College is an excellent school for those that like close interactions with their professors as well as small class room size. Also, the people at Roanoke College make you feel really welcomed, Last, the food is very good.» Read More