is no such thing as a night life. Partying involves
a few people getting drunk together and then maybe going
to a house party (which is usually a worse party
than in high school).
The school is absolutely beautiful.
Brick buildings and green grass and trees everywhere. Very “college”
Sporting events are WEAK. Football games are just like
high school and there is zero school spirit.
are quite generous with financial aid which a lot of
the time makes it more affordable than a state school.
One thing that really annoys me is how people here
act like this is a prestigious school. Its not. I
know people that get in with SAT scores i would
have gotten if I took the test in 7th grade.
But apparently the school looks good to most grad schools,
though I do not know why. Don't get me wrong,
its a good school. Better academically than a University
of Oregon or OSU. The people that go on and
on about how hard it is to get in are
the ones that annoy me. You'll get in with a
solid 3.4 and 1600 SAT.
Another thing is Californians sometimes
have a difficult time adjusting to the small school.
Most are constantly told that a big school is what
college is all about and when they get here it
is like they are living at a high school. 2000
People are very nice and open. But everyone is
liberal and won't even consider another viewpoint. But that may
add to their hippy-like kindness so I'm okay with it.