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Date: Nov 12 2007
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BG is a good, not great, school. It was just about perfect for my situation. I attended public schools in Toledo, Ohio, was an above-average but not great student, and was not sure what I wanted to do with my life. I went to BG on scholarship and really thrived there and went on to a successful career.

The best thing about BG is that it offers a very wide range of majors, but isn't an academic pressure-cooker. Students are able to try a lot of different things without fear of flunking out. (There are technical courses but no engineering program, which is a drawback for geeks like me.) The few really good students got a lot of attention from the faculty, who often assigned special projects or formed clubs to keep the best students interested.

Brilliant, highly-motivated students should probably go somewhere else; the level of challenge just isn't very high, because BG is not hard to get into. Also, it helps if you're into Greek life or just goofing off and drinking in general; the social life was a bit lacking otherwise. The town of Bowling Green is small and somewhat dull. The sports programs are good, and Division I football, basketball, and hockey often bring big-name opponents to campus.

In general, BG is a good school if you're a reasonably serious student, want a good eduction, are fairly sociable, and don't want a lot of academic pressure. Among the public universities in Ohio, I'd say it's slightly above average.

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