|Major: English (This Major's Salary over time)|
|Gender: Female||This person cares more about Social Life than the average student.|
Social Life D-
|Describes the student body mostly as:|
Describes the faculty mostly as:
Friendly, Helpful, Arrogant
|How this student rated the school:|
|Educational Quality||B+ ||Faculty Accessibility||A- |
|Useful Schoolwork||C+ ||Excess Competition||B+ |
|Academic Success||B- ||Creativity/Innovation||C- |
|Individual Value||C- ||University Resource Use||C |
|Campus Aesthetics/Beauty||B+ ||Friendliness||B+ |
|Campus Maintenance||B+ ||Social Life||D- |
|Surrounding City||C ||Extra Curriculars||C- |
attended in the late 90s and have heard about some
good and bad changes since then. My experience there taught
me that conformity was expected...not something I appreciated or accepted.
One poster wrote that as long as you weren't artsy,
socially retarded, or obese you would be fine. This is
essentially the mindset of the school. As an artsy person,
I was not in the mainstream mindset of the school.
I did, however, gain a good group of friends.
However, moving outside my group was treacherous as this school
is cliquey. It was like high school all over again!
Academically, this school prepares you fairly well. I went
on to graduate school and had no problem keeping up
with classes, and found myself properly prepared.
experience was ok. It is what you make of it,
and the attitude you hold going through college that reflects
upon your time there. However, if I had a time
machine, I would have gone to another college that was
not so restrictive in its campus guidelines [the no-alcohol thing
is ridiculous, and I heard they pushed the GLBT community
off campus], not judgmental about social conformity, and that better
fostered creative thought.
That which does not kill us...