All of the professors that I have had while attending Slippery Rock University have done their best to help me in any way while in their class. They are all willing to meet with students who have questions on the material inside or outside of class. Classes are not all the typical sit down-straight lecture. Most teachers here try to keep their students focused and learning while creating an enjoyable environment. The student to teacher ratio is also very good. The classrooms are no bigger than twenty-five or thirty students per teacher so that each student gets the same amount...
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I think this school is Awesome because he teachers there are all understanding and tries to help you succeed. They have great campus parties and activities to participate in during the years too. However, the weather not so great...» Read More
Slippery Rock is a fantastic school in Western PA known for it's Business and Education programs, but offers a wide variety of tracks for every major. The school has a charming, small-town feel that makes it easy to make life-long friends and enjoy your time on campus. I would absolutely recommend Slippery Rock to any incoming students.» Read More
Slippery Rock is a great campus, it's big, but not as big as Ivy League schools. Majors and their course load depend on which major chosen, but expect to put in at least another hour or two of work outside of class for every credit hour being taken that semester. 15 credits being taken equates to 15 to 30 hours outside the classroom of extra work, typically.» Read More
Slippery Rock is a great medium sized school that is small enough to always see familiar faces, but big enough so that you have the opportunity to meet many new people. There are so many opportunities to get involved in campus life. The dorms and food here are the real selling points though.» Read More