Mount Holyoke College
Mount Holyoke College - Comments and Student Experiences|
Beware!! Many of the classes actually have 20-45 students. What sucks even more is that there is only one section of the class, as a result, there is a very long waitlist of about another 40 students. Many student are unable to enroll the class. This is based on my experience the first year. I tried to enroll two classes that were required for my major on the first day of enrollment and I was on the waitlist on both of them. The teachers say it is very hard to finally enroll when you are on the waitlist. They pick and chose who will enroll the class next once a student drops the class. If it is not you, too bad so sad. Students who aren't able to enroll a certain class might have to even delay their graduation or take more classes per semester at the end, so they will have more pressure. I mean why can't they hire more professors? I thought this is supposed to be a private college with smaller class sizes. Even public institutions have more than one sections per class.
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