I only toured there for a little bit,but it seemed like a good place. Also, I knew someone who went there and he enjoyed it.
There seemed to be too strict of rules, compared to what I'm used to. Also, there seemed to be a little less student activity than other schools.
Students and Professors have a one-on-one experience. Teachers are always there to help.
Commuter students don't get special treatment like the students that live on campus.
The involvement within the University community. There are activities for everyone and the welcoming nature of the school allows for involvement by all.
The cost is high. Being a private Catholic institution, the price tag is hefty.
Catholic tradition and values - I grew tremendously as an individual outside the classroom, through mentoring, volunteering opportunities, and overall fostering of Catholic values.
It's still a very young university - lacks legacy appeal - at the time was catching up on growing pains with facilities and university image.
It has a very welcoming environment. There are all different types of people at SHU, so you can always find a group of people who have the same interests you do. There are also plenty of...
There are issues from time to time with parking, but the school is aware of the issues and is constantly adapting to make the school a better place.
The University has grown exponentially over the past ten years and is making huge investments in its physical plant. The next 5 years should see massive growth in the campus and continued...
The University was hampered by its administration over the last few years and student concerns were not given the weight they should have. With the new president and deans, many students seem to...
Student life - there was always so much to do and the weekends were busy! Many clubs too join and our sports teams are really good.
Nothing was bad to me except when a student said they didn't like it.. but they never did anything to change theere experience. You make your college experience.
apathetic administration, poor quality of instruction, being treated like a number