The scenery is nice and the stark contrast between the seasons is pretty cool.
The students that go there. Most are superficially nice but rude jerks when it comes down to it. The school has numerous cliques and students are generally not inclusive. Most tend to be from Minnesota and many tend to have elitist mentality, which is funny since the students there are generally far below average looking - typical of Minnesotans. Also, TONS of bugs! Your legs will get bit beyond belief in your sleep, especially during summer!
No, Non-existent nightlife, transportation options are inconvenient and expensive, the school charges way too much compared to what you actually receive in return, students are jerks. There's no way I'd ever relive the St. Olaf experience.
Biggest influence when choosing this school Reputation
The financial aid process went smoothly and I received the financial aid I needed.
Professors are generally Engaging
The night life is Nonexistent
Every student at this school needs A bicycle
Most students spend their Saturday nights Drunk in their dorms
Went to Beverly Hills High School
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Favorite class is Civil War Seminar
Favorite professor is Bob Entenmann
Favorite activity is Skateboarding
Another awesome thing is Scenery
Study Hard? Pray? Donate Money? Apply normally. Nothing special needed to get in.
I wish I knew How rude and exclusive the people are at St. Olaf.
Time needed to find a job post-graduation 1-6 months