It was a small school, close to home, small classes, and you really didn't feel like a number. You felt like you meant something and they actually gave decent financial aid.
A lot of people party in college, but if you live on campus it can be 4-5 days a week with little to no monitoring. It just places a higher level on social life than academics and that's not what you're paying for.
No, I only attended for a year and a half and it just wasn't for me. It's really hard to get any work done with the partying and they force you to live with large groups of people. Also, the food wasn't great and very little options. It's a decent school thought, probably much better if you commute.
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
Every student at this school needs Earplugs
Most students spend their Saturday nights Partying
Currently a Junior
Favorite class is Psychology
Another awesome thing is The plus side of living with a lot of people is you make a lot of friends
Study Hard? Pray? Donate Money? It's not super difficult to get in, but give your best effort in highschool or you will be behind in your classes.
I wish I knew How wild the dorm life is.