The best thing about this school is its appearance. The campus has beautiful, lush lawns and state of the art architectural buildings.
The worst thing about this school is its policies. They are ridiculously restrictive, making it hard and at times impossible to enjoy any of the various activities they offer, especially if you dorm on campus.
No, It is too expensive for what is offered. They sell you pipe dreams of students lounging on the lawn and an education to be rivaled by Ivy league schools, when really the academics are just as good as other, less expensive schools, with the exception of a few select professors. This school caters to athletes, and the only way you will truly enjoy all the "opportunities' of St. John's is if you are an athlete on one of the many sports teams as well. I wish I had went to a cheaper school, or at least did two years somewhere else, and then came here.
Biggest influence when choosing this school Location
The financial aid process was a hassle, but I eventually received the aid I needed.
Professors are generally Challenging
The night life is Spent in a Bar
Most students spend their Saturday nights Drinking at local bars.
Went to Prospect Heights
Currently a Freshman
Favorite class is Philosophy
Favorite professor is Professor Styranko
I wish I knew That everything you are shown on the college tour is a staged facade.