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Written by Pamela Racine
At Bay Path College you get a unique college experience. It is a small, private college for girls where you can really explore your options and find your individual major and degree. The academics here are extensive, and the professors are fair and just. They enjoy teaching and challenge their students on every aspect of their learning. The professors also try their hardest to get to know their students so they can assist them to their fullest extent. The staff are fun and friendly, eager to help, and do what they can to keep the students enthusiastic about their education. The other students are nice and cordial, and the class sizes are small enough that no one really feels forgotten in a discussion because everyone gets a chance to speak their mind. The campus is well kept and absolutely beautiful, situated in a quiet and safe neighborhood.
Overall, Bay Path has a comfortable and wonderful atmosphere. Being here is good for those students who wish to devote themselves to academics. The Student Event Committee has fun events every weekend and some weekdays, so the routine of classes doesn't become too tedious. Even if there is nothing going on, students can find others with similar interests and make their own fun through clubs and teams. The only thing that a student really has to do is put themselves out there and find people they can talk to and spend time with easily. Bay Path helps with that, even, with leadership courses to encourage the students to move out of their comfort zone. Some people might be anxious and slightly nervous about leaving their comfort zone, but being in college with so much freedom at your hands will eventually lead to that point, so why not learn early? As challenging as making the transition to college can be, Bay Path offers services, people, and activities to help students make that transition an easier thing.
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