The high academic quality and rigor this school has to offer supersedes any expectations I had. At Morris your professors will work with you one-on-one to make sure your are grasping the material and are doing well in the class. All classes, whether it be a hard science, social science or any other will hit the ground running on the first day of class and will set the pace for the semester. It gets tough at times but the amount of knowledge gained is well worth it. This school will push you, but, as my math teacher puts it, your...
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UMM has an amazing learning environment as well as a social environment. Don't get turned away because of the distance from civilization, unless you're a mall bug. It is one of the least expensive U of M schools and financial aid is very willing to help if you need aid!» Read More
Morris is an amazing school and it has a beautiful campus. It is a small campus in a small town, but there is always something going on, whether its one of the hundreds of clubs, or a performance, there's always something. Everyone is really friendly and it's easy to make friends.» Read More
It is more focused on kids just out of high school and less on non-traditional students. They are big on encouraging students to be involved in research projects and being out-spoken. I do not like their tutoring program or the teacher's review sessions. They expect you to ask questions and tell them what you want to review.» Read More
The campus itself is small and provides excellent accessibility as well as personal help from faculty members. The campus is a leader in sustainability and renewable energy efforts and progress is made every year. However, being a smaller school, (under 2,000 students) class/major selection can be somewhat limiting or unavailable altogether.» Read More