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The campus is small, because they started out small. Now that they've done a whole bunch of marketing and improvements, they have more students than the campus can really cater to. It's crowded in the library, and there aren't a ton of open quiet spaces inside to work on a laptop. If you have a dorm room you're okay, but commuters typically have to study off campus.
As an education major, I will be student teaching, which kind of acts as an internship in a sense. Student teachers are unpaid, but the time commitment can be just as rigorous as a regular paid teacher.
The variety of Majors here is limited, but the developed programs (The ones around before 2010) are good.
There isn't any student health service on campus that I've ever even heard of. They have an athletic trainer where most of the athletes go, and the local kids go to their own doctors. I do know they charge a pretty lofty price on medical insurance for students on campus without an independent health plan though.
Campus housing is extremely limited. the facilities themselves are nice, better than average dorms. It's great for a year to get socialized on campus, but loud freshman and kids up at all hours makes it hard to study in your own room at times.
They're so flooded with the influx of students, that they cannot process paperwork fast enough on their out of date systems. They'll be moving to Jenzebar this year, which was definitely paid for by raised tuition, room and board, and pretty much fees across the bar. Expect tuition to keep going up. Hopefully you won't have to wait 2.5 hours the first 3 weeks of school to see 1 of 2 financial advisers. Make appointments early, and keep checking.
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