Classes are hands on, and in my opinion, experience is the best teacher.
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The University of Dayton is known for its community based approach and the love its students have for the school. It has a good mix of serious students and academic opportunities with a party school atmosphere on the weekends. Most prospective students who visit the school fall in love with the campus and continue to love it for the years they spend here.» Read More
Beautiful campus with a very welcoming atmosphere and a strong sense of community. Classes are a good size, though you will be in some lecture halls with 50-150 students in your freshman year especially. Best of all, if you do need to talk to your professors, it is ridiculously easy to do so and most are very helpful so long as you participate in their classes.» Read More
The University of Dayton is a great school. It provides its students with a great academic and social atmosphere. The school also provides its students with great opportunities to further education. I am proud to be a current student at the University of Dayton.» Read More
University of Dayton is a community full of friendly, fun, and studious students and faculty. The school strongly supports the idea of a community and the support from all students and staff. As my first semester ended I couldn't imagine anywhere that makes me feel happier because I have meet great people, took difficult classes, and had a fun time.» Read More
The University of Dayton it a small community where incoming students are readily welcomed and the transition from high school to college is very smooth due to the orientation and pre-orientation activities. The instructors are accessible and there are a wide variety of courses available. Lastly, the university aims for their students to succeed and they enable their students to do so by assigning academic counselors and success coaches to assist with any academic concerns.» Read More