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College of Our Lady of the Elms

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HERE IS AN HONEST REVIEW:AverageBusiness - Management and Administration
HERE IS AN HONEST REVIEW:
ACADEMICS: The majors of this school are pretty solid, nursing and education are the money makers of the school, business is very good and also has some decent connections and also small classes so you get individual attention. Also there liberal arts majors are also up and coming with math, biology and chemistry.

CAMPUS: Small as hell, you can walk the whole thing in 5min.
SOCIAL LIFE: boring as it could be, only 38% of the student body lives on campus and then people who do live on campus go home every weekend so basically it's a ghost town. The only time people actually drink on the weekends are Elms night and 100 day which is a weekend that starts the count down for seniors when they graduate. Then there's the clubs which there barley are any since the undergraduate enrollment is 1,200 students. All in all, what you see is what you get.

1st Year Male -- Class 2014
Education Quality: A-, Social Life: F
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I met great people here, the school itselfAverageBiology
I met great people here, the school itself is small but it felt like high school all over again. If you're not here for nursing then there's no point of coming because they'll treat you as less important. Everyone is very friendly and kind, so if you're into a small school high school feel with an intended nursing major this school is so for you!
1st Year Female -- Class 2016
Individual Value: A, Social Life: D-
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This is a great college! The teachers treatQuite BrightNursing
This is a great college! The teachers treat you like an individual, not just a number. They all knew me by name and I loved that. Every teacher is approachable and helpful. There are fun clubs and extra-curriculars to get involved with. The nursing program was challenging but it wasn't too hard and I could always count on the professors to help me if I needed it. Sure, the nightlife isn't great- there aren't any frats and not much to do around town, but that's one of the only down sides to going here. Elms College is a fun, quaint little New England College that offers a valuable education!
4th Year Female -- Class 2009
Innovation: A+, Surrounding City: D+
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