Students at the University of Mary Washington definitely learn a lot. There are about 4,000 students total in the entire school, so over 900 students in each graduating class. It is so beneficial going to a school that is smaller because classes are smaller, making it more comfortable to participate in class and ask questions. Professors also know who you are: you are not seen as just a number to them. Because classes are so small, they get to know their students: the different personalities, strengths, and weaknesses of their students, making it easier for professors to know how to...
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Mary Washington is a public university that feels like a small private school. The campus is beautiful and cozy, although administration seems to allocate money to the wrong areas of improving campus. Everyone is more or less friendly and welcoming.» Read More
Mary Washington was my number one choice for college, and I have not regretted my decision to attend. The atmosphere on campus is so positive and inclusive. No matter where you go, there are familiar faces to encourage you and wish you a great day.» Read More
This is a great school if you are looking for the small town feel. It is full of eager students, helpful professors, and many neighbors going on a morning jog or walking their dog. The best part is the chalk art all over campus; confessions, updates, and things that just make you laugh.» Read More
The academics are challenging and the professors are willing and able to help you achieve your goals as a student. Plenty of clubs and social events to get you involved in the community. Friendly vibe, great challenges, and beautiful campus make UMW a perfect college.» Read More
Mary Washington is a progressive and historical liberal arts college. The atmosphere is one of learning and an appreciation of its historical foundation. Students receive support from their peers and teachers in this awesome learning environment.» Read More