Pennsylvania State University
Pennsylvania State University - Comments and Student Experiences|
Should have taken more business courses.Take advantage of the large school resources, but make the big school small by finding those who have your same interests - it's all there at universities like PSU.
Professors are easily accessible but you have to be the one to contact them and make the time/effort to communicate with them.
The student body consists of mainly middle/upper class white students but you're in the middle of rural central Pennsylvania, and most people come from out of state, other countries, or from Pittsburgh or Philadelphia.
If you are an LGBT (lesbian, gay, bisexual, or trans) student Penn State is very accepting of LGBT people, and LGBT students. The surrounding community is very LGBT friendly as well.If you are from a large city the town/small city of State College will take some time to get used to as it is sort of rural. Yes people do drink a lot but there are many other things to do besides drink.
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