|Major: Physical Therapy/Exercise Science (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:|
Friendly, Approachable, Broken Spirit
Describes the faculty mostly as:
Surrounding City A+
|How this student rated the school:|
|Educational Quality||A ||Faculty Accessibility||B |
|Useful Schoolwork||A- ||Excess Competition||B+ |
|Academic Success||A- ||Creativity/Innovation||B |
|Individual Value||A- ||University Resource Use||A |
|Campus Aesthetics/Beauty||C+ ||Friendliness||B |
|Campus Maintenance||C+ ||Social Life||D+ |
|Surrounding City||A+ ||Extra Curriculars||C- |
is a great academic institution. I am in the Physical
Therapy Program which is very competitive and well-known. Socially the
school isn't fantastic. I have some great friends but we
all know that we aren't having the “normal college experience”.
Sure this is known because we go to an all
women's college but we still get out and have friends
at surrounding universities and get out on the weekends. There
is more to a college social life than going to
parties on the weekend and this is where Simmons struggles.
We only interact with the opposite sex on the weekend
and become awkward when interacting with them in a non
As far as the student body goes, it
is very diverse. Classes are fairly small, especially non-science classes.
The Professors are wonderful for the most part but as
with any university there are bad professors.
students make up a majority of the student population. They
are the biggest complainers in the school and make you
know when they have an exam or a practical coming
up. They get way too stressed out despite the fact
they only need a C+ in their classes to stay
in their program. PT majors need a B and are
allowed only one B- in their undergraduate courses.