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| Ohio Wesleyan is an amazing place. You will get a superior education and constantly be impressed by your peers.|
There is so much personal attention here. When there is any kind of problem, administrators treat you like a person instead of a number. Professors really care that you are learning, and they are some of the most brilliant people and talented instructors I have ever come across.
The campus is beautiful, and Columbus, a city with tons of students and a lot of colleges -- is only 30 mins away.
This place is extremely intense, and you should know that there is no such thing as slacking off and "getting by" here. You never knew you had to work so hard just to get a B, but you'll push yourself farther than you knew you could go and be damn proud when you're done. If your number one priority is getting an amazing education in a personalized and nurturing environment (of very liberal, often quirky students), then Ohio Wesleyan is the place for you.It was a safety school for me, but I cannot imagine having picked a more perfect school, or a school that would have provided me with so many opportunities.
|Dec 25 2004|| 4th Year Male --
Class 2005 |
| Ohio Wesleyan is an interesting place. There are a lot of internationals and americans who lived abroad. I’m talking about people who the United States presents with great difficulties, people who grew up in war zones, people who have been subject to discrimination for their sexual orientation, for striving to succeed. OH Wesleyan has a certain 'Je ne sais quoi'. |
|Dec 18 2004|| 4th Year Female --
Class 2005 |
| Overall, it is a excellent school. Some departments are better than others. If you are interested in Business, EMAN may be a good option, especially if you combine it with some of the international studies programs like the East Asia Studies one. I don't think the economics department is that good. Too many young professors. Only one of the econ professors publishes more actively. The teaching can be a hit or miss in the econ department. |
|Dec 09 2004|| 2nd Year Female --
Class 2006 |