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It is the hugeNursing
It is the huge sense of entitlement of the professors of the same demographic at this nursing college that turned me off from this school or ever recommending this school to anyone.
Male -- Class 2000
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This is a wonderful, small, private, liberal artsQuite BrightEnglish
This is a wonderful, small, private, liberal arts school. If this is the kind of college experience you want, then Elmhurst is the perfect choice. The campus is beautiful. You're close to everything. I've had a lot of opportunities to get involved on campus, and also opportunities for internships and study abroad. I've had mostly positive experiences with my professors, who work hard and try their best to help students. I'm making great friends. I feel I'm being prepared for graduate school, which is my next adventure. The only low mark I would give has to do with the availability of housing. Otherwise, A+ rating!
2nd Year Female -- Class 2017
Education Quality: A, Useful Schoolwork: B
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I didn't have a good experience at ElmhurstBrightEducation
I didn't have a good experience at Elmhurst College. The social life feels like I'm back in high school because people don't hang out with others that aren't different from them. Sports people stick with sports people. Music people stick with music people and so on. I also didn't get much help with my roommate situation as I would have liked. The education is really nice and so is the campus, it's just the people aren't what they seem.
1st Year Female -- Class 2017
Faculty Accessibility: B+, Social Life: D+
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