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| Emmanuel college is a wonderful place. It may work for some people, while others may hate it. Although I feel like some of the people here are childish, it would be the same at any other college. the small classes make it easier to focus on what the professor has to say. The atmosphere is beautiul.there is always something to do. you have to actually engage yourself and find people to do things with. oytherwise, you will be a crab in your dorm. secondly, being in a small school allows for people to venture out of the school and visit boston and meet some amazing people from surrounding colleges and unversities. biggest advice i can give you is to : go out and please find people! trust me. this is the only way to have fun. after all, your on your own, so be independant! do what you want! and at the end of the day, you have a nice SAFE dorm to come home to! |
|Jun 02 2010|| 1st Year Female --
Class 2013 |
| I just started my freshman year at Emmanuel. The tours and reviews made this place out to be picture perfect, but it's not. It has a very high school like feel to it. The school is majorly girls and it's definitely noticeable. A lot of people seem to be stuck up. They emphasize the "Emmanuel Community", but that's nowhere to be found yet. You have to leave campus in order to do anything. This might as well be a commuter school. |
My classes and professors are great so far. They're probably the only positive thing I have to say about this school.
It's definitely not worth the $40,000+ a year, even if your financial aid award is huge.
I'm going to stick it out here for the year, but I already have college tours lined up at bigger schools. If you're looking for high school all over again, this is the place for you! It does not have a university feel to it at all.
|Sep 27 2011|| 1st Year Female --
Class 2015 |