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The campus is nice even though it isBrightOther
The campus is nice even though it is small. The students in the university are from all around the world-- 32 countries and 25 states. There are many international students, so we can learn a lot of different cultures and background from different students. Everyone in the school is so nice and caring. There are four languages for us to choose from-- Chinese, French, Spanish, and Japanese. And after two years of learning, in our junior year,
2nd Year Female -- Class 2018
Individual Value: A+, Surrounding City: C+
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I am currently a first year student hereBrightOther
I am currently a first year student here at Soka and I am absolutely enjoying my new chapter as a college student. I knew Soka would let me learn about myself where other school wouldn't. I want to find what I am truly passionate about through going to a Liberal Arts school and exploring myself. It has only been 4 months since I moved in and started my class, but what I want to do after I graduate is already molding together and I am excited how much I'm going to grow in the coming 4 years.
1st Year Female -- Class 2019
Faculty Accessibility: A+, Useful Schoolwork: B+
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I am currently a sophomore at Soka UniversitySuper BrilliantUndecided
I am currently a sophomore at Soka University of America. One of the things I like about Soka is the class size. We only have 12 students in one class on average. The small class size makes it easier for me to understand subject matter, to actively participate in class discussions, and to develop my critical thinking. In addition, most of the professors welcome students to utilize their office hours. I often visit professors to ask questions and to discuss my academic interests. Other than classes and professors, I appreciate the student community at Soka. We have only about 450 students. Because of this small community, it is easy to get to know others well. Friendships made at Soka have really helped me a lot especially when I struggle. Friends have encouraged me to keep studying hard and to get over difficulties. Sometimes my friends leave a small gift in front of my dorm-room door. I like the warm community at Soka University.
1st Year Female -- Class 2018
Education Quality: A+, Surrounding City: B-
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