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It's all about you not the place. The challenge is just something that be set as goal and doesn't stand for the value of yours. Hope it help :)
True Story. You college experience is what you make it. Visit both campuses, take a tour, and see which you get the better feeling for. College everywhere is difficult, that's why you have to apply!
They do. I couldn't tell you about the statistics or anything, but they do have a team. Check the website. I'd imagine there'd be more info. there.
The college does have a football team. I believe they are a division 3 team.
Alfred does have a football team and it is division 3. The varsity team which is mainly upperclassmen is really good. The jv team, not so much.
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If you think of your professors as professionals, mentors, or even babysitters, you might like Alfred. Most professors at Alfred University have a doctorate or the equivalent in their field of study. Departments and classes tend to be small, even intimate. While professors at some other universities may leave the teaching to a few bewildered TAs, faculty members at Alfred are actively involved with their students. It’s also not uncommon to be invited to a professor’s home for tea or a cookout.
The downside to this is that you really can’t escape them. If you’re not in class, they will notice, and some may even leave a cryptic message on your answering machine. Professors tend to be a little set in their ways and very quirky—the watermarks of small-town living. Still, most have a well-developed sense of humor, and they know what they are talking about.
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