I was a Town Girl for the first two years of my college life. I appreciated the closes to my home. I loved the library. I loved my classes. It was very easy to meet people. I liked the professors....
I attended Seattle U. in the 70's. It was during the Vietnam War, it was right on the edge of the Civil Right movement. I suppose the very worse thing about attending Seattle U was that everything...
The Professors in the School of Education were fantastic--particularly Carol Weaver.
The neighborhood was a little dicey at the time I went there--perhaps it's better now?
It's small and in a good location. The faculty is top notch and they really work with you.
Cost maybe an issue depending on your financial situation.
Religious formation. SU ought to call itself and "anti-Catholic" school.
In most areas the professors are great, it really depends on what you are looking to study. They have great nursing and engineering programs, and a good law school.
If you are looking to study instrumental music, it is not the place unfortunately. The instrumental music program is very small and struggles to find new students each year. It is not very well...
Good training for wordly ambitions
Lost its Catholic orientation; assists Planned Parenthood interns, Gay Rights & others
The small class sizes and the fact that you are a person not just a student ID number.
The atmosphere of the school is great. People go there to learn because they want to, not because they have to. That makes the classes smaller and more challenging, and it means the teachers are...
It costs an arm and a leg to attend, and because it's religious you have to take theology courses. But they have a wide variety. I took an Eastern Philosophy course to satisfy one of the two, and...
The Nursing program is excellent.
The social life was not the same as it was at a State School. I never felt like I really fit it. I am a Methodist and I was from out of state.
The caliber of the faculty and fellow students was extraordinary.
MBA classes were only offered in the evenings.
Great business school. Great teachers. Awesome parties.
The food and the gym.
How supportive the staff are, including (but not limited to) the head of my degree, Kevin Maifeld, the adminstration and financial aid advisors always answered my questions and concerns. I never...
There really is not a "worst thing", but the classes were very challenging, and in some courses I felt lost and confused, but those areas were not my strengths (ie. law class). So it was more just...
Great location, small classes, well-rounded education.
Would have liked some involvement in sororities/fraternities.