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SNU is expensive, so ask about all financial aid: from book scholarships to paying for tuition. Read up on the contracts that SNU will have you review and sign (Lifestyle Covenant, housing agreement etc.). Take the time to learn some of the history about the school as it is upheld most importantly by the senior members of the SNU community. SNU has some really great extra classes worth looking into. This fall semester(2014) there is a class, The Psychology of the Walking Dead that people are taking. It offers needed credits and it's fun. SNU does a lot of stuff like that.Read More
This is a very on campus oriented school, so make sure you have a way to pay for the dorms. Look into all the scholarships available on the SNU website and some outside sources. This is a very christian school so if you are not comfortable with that, then this school might not be for you.Read More
While I love SNU, it is a small school. This is great for most people, but I know that many students have felt that they do not feel a part of the student body or have a hard time making friends (especially their first year). If you choose SNU, which I would encourage anyone to do, know that each year gets better. Also, students have been working really hard to make the school a place for anyone to belong and call home. It is a work in progress, but it is happening.Read More