From day one the teachers are really excited about teaching. Many professors, while not able to get to know students in class, welcome office visits with open arms. The class variety makes it easy to explore options and get a taste of other majors. By the end of the semester students will feel like they have actually learned material, not just memorized it.
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This is a wonderful school that has a variety of people. There is a large student population but it honestly does have a small school feel. There's always someone to meet but it's hard to not always see someone you know as well.» Read More
The size of the school is great- not overwhelmingly large, but not too small so you still meet a ton of new people. The campus is nice, in the winter is a little brisk, but most of the walks aren't too bad. The biggest downfall is the town, its got a nice small town atmosphere but there's not a lot to do.» Read More
I love it here! Being from San Diego and coming to a smaller city has actually been great. The campus is small but not too small, the Contemporary Media and Journalism program is exactly what I was looking for, and the sports programs here are successful.» Read More