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| I'm a senior graduating this year. Yes, it may be a commuter school but if you do not associate or become involved, just like any other campus, you'll lose interest in college because it is only work work work.I chose Sage because of the size, it is small and there is definitely a family feel although you may not like other students. |
|Mar 25 2010|| 4th Year Female --
Class 2010 |
Sage is good for ONLY academics, Sage is NOT good for you're trying to maintain an active social life on campus. |
If you're not outgoing and talk to other students, you'll definitely feel isolated.
Some of the school's clubs or whatever try to do cool stuff but it's somewhat cornball. I applaud them for their effort, if any.
I like my school and is fine going here, but one of Sage's biggest downfalls is the dead 'student life'. On the upside, many students keep excellent grades and are smart.
Since Sage is like really quiet, one would assume all you can focus on is coursework-that is correct.
The food is great.
Students on a meal plan or points can go to Albany College of Pharmacy cafeteria which is shared with Albany Law School next door and eat meals there. The cafeteria is huge and you can see other students from those schools too, although they might be clique-y as well. Sage's overpriced bookstore is in the same building.
|Feb 07 2010|| 3rd Year Male --
Class 2011 |