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Firstly, you cannot beat the gorgeous location ofSuper BrilliantFinance
Firstly, you cannot beat the gorgeous location of Salve. You are living right on the water's edge among mansions and gorgeous scenery that it is impossible not to appreciate. When you first come to Salve you can immediately feel the great sense of community and camaraderie. You become familiar with all the faces on campus and always see people you know when you're walking around. This is a great thing because you immediately feel like you're a part of something big.

I have met some wonderful people here and made genuine, life long friends that mean the world to me. I believe that speaks to the caliber of students here on campus. In addition to great friends and classmates, I have encountered numerous fabulous professors that have challenged and interested me. All of my business professors are wonderful and I haven't disliked one of them. The professors go out of their way to help you and make you feel like you aren't just a number. You can tell that they genuinely care about the students.

They also go all out for the freshmen to make them feel excited, welcomed, and that they made the right choice n choosing Salve. Overall, Salve is a great school and I am very glad that I chose to go here. I have had a wonderful experience and wouldn't trade it for anything.

3rd Year Female -- Class 2012
Education Quality: A+, Campus Maintenance: B
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newports beautiful. the school is garbage, not worth the cash unless you have that much money and it doens't even matter to you.
3rd Year Female -- Class 2011
Campus Aesthetics: A, Education Quality: F
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This school is horrible.BrightSocial Work
This school is horrible. They are contradicting of them selves. So many people transfer out, and the school gets mad when you chose to. There is a select amount of nice students and staff. Most of the students are stuck up. I highly recommend NEVER applying or going to this school. Unless you enjoy rude, snotty, people, with nothing to do, or no where to go.
2nd Year Female -- Class 2014
Collaboration/Competitive: A, Individual Value: F
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