|Campus Setting:||Southeast Large suburb|
|Highest Degree Offered:||Master's degree|
|Level of Institution:||Four or more years|
Unconventional wisdom. It comes with the territory if you're in the right place - an environment where answers ask questions and insight is revealed through self-discovery. It involves more than just listening to lectures and taking notes: it's acquired through a holistic approach to learning that focuses on experiencing the whole, not just the parts. It originates from a place populated with thinkers, doers and creators. It's something altogether uncommon, and something you'll always find here.
I am sure I could give it a better rating, however, I have not visited the campus yet, I plan to attend next week however. I have researched this college extensively and the campus looks beautiful, and the staff and students seem beautiful.Read More
The campus is beautiful and small, with brick streets(careful, it's easy to trip!) and buildings. There are many events throughout the year, so you will find yourself meeting people and having fun no matter what. Everyone is really sweet and acknowledging, too.Read More
The small campus is my favorite thing. After my first few weeks at school, I began recognizing people everywhere. Now I can't go anywhere on campus without seeing someone I'm friends with! The caf was intimidating at first, but now I never have to worry about going in alone--there's always a friend there to sit with.Read More