I loved the small feel of campus. It allowed the involved student to be as involved as they wanted to be and even be on a first name basis with the President of the university. The facilities were up-to-date for the most part and I loved the small community that RWU builds.
A majority of the student body is apathetic to issues occurring on campus or in the world as a whole. The university is attempting to work on improving their diversity statistics but the lack of different faces often times makes students feel out of place.
Yes, I couldn't imagine my life without the four years that I had at RWU. Sure there were other schools that had more challenging academics, more student diversity, better dorms, but truth of the matter is that I made friends for life, grew as a person, learned about the real world and learned a trade...what else is college for?
Biggest influence when choosing this school Location
The financial aid process went smoothly and I received the financial aid I needed.
Professors are generally Accessible
The night life is Off Campus
Every student at this school needs An open mind
Most students spend their Saturday nights It's a mix
Went to South Technical Community High School
Favorite class is Literature & Philosophy
Favorite professor is Jennifer Campbell
Favorite activity is Multicultural Student Union
Another awesome thing is Location, Dining, Faculty, Facilities
Study Hard? Pray? Donate Money? Do well on your SATs/ACTs, write an awesome essay
I wish I knew Nothing.
Time needed to find a job post-graduation 1-6 months