Total Enrollment: 3,300
Institution Size: 1,000 - 4,999
Campus Setting: Suburban
Religious Affiliation: Not applicable
Highest Degree Offered: Masters
School Calendar Type: Semester
Total Undergrad Enrollment: 1,956
Total Grad Enrollment: 1,344
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The immersion teaching style: first thing you do on campus is brainstorm ideas for the business you will run in the spring semester.
The bubble: it's not easy to get to public transportation and with such a small school it's hard to socialize with people from other schools (except Olin and Wellesley of course)
The entrepreneurial spirit is contagious -- the general feeling is not "can we do this" but how quickly can we do this. The school is all about execution -- giving Freshmen -- Freshmen! -- a budget...
I can see where this could be a tough spot for someone who doesn't love starting something and seeing it finish -- and turn a profit.
The quality of professors who teach here. They have all worked in their respective fields and most continue to do so. They are willing to meet with you outside of class to discuss academic issues...
I think it is hard to find something that is just so incredibly terrible here that is worth writing about. Everyone has small things that they would change- I guess mine would be the late night...
Every student at this school needs A smartphone, you're lost without a constant email connection
Every student at this school needs a humbling experience of some sort.
I wish I knew actually it was exactly as I anticipated.
Another awesome thing is entrepreneurial spirit and can-do attictude. Lots of international diversity as well.