College Freshman 2013-12-11T22:28:23Z
Lots to do around here
College Freshman 2013-12-11T22:27:54Z
My school only has off campus living
College Sophomore 2013-12-10T20:45:02Z
I love my school! It's the greatest. If I could do it all over again, I would. I love the atmosphere and the people I've met here.
College Sophomore 2013-12-10T20:44:11Z
Our campus is a dry campus, which means no alchohol is allowed. No drugs are allowed either. No one really pressures you either.
College Sophomore 2013-12-10T20:42:43Z
We have some of the best teams in the state. Sports are a big deal but not everything.
College Sophomore 2013-12-10T20:41:38Z
The weather doesn't really have anything to do with the experience. Lately it's been rainy but that's a perfect opportunity to go to the library and study.
College Freshman 2013-12-07T18:24:29Z
Greek life is a huge part of this university and because Brenau is a dry campus the sororities mostly do good for the community. If you're joining a sorority for parties you should not consider Brenau.
College Freshman 2013-12-07T18:22:00Z
This is the biggest city I have ever lived in. Overall I feel like everything you need is with close proximity. Traffic is awful though.
College Freshman 2013-12-07T18:15:45Z
They have a city shuttle but you have to call 12 hours in advance if you want it to pick you up at your dorm.
College Freshman 2013-12-07T18:14:20Z
There are no parties here, you have to drive at least an hour out of the way to get to a good party. There are fun things to do here but those do not include partying.
College Freshman 2013-12-07T18:12:43Z
Weather in Georgia is very up and down, one day it will be 40 degrees the next it will be 70. The humidity is consistent though which makes 70 degrees feel like 100. It snows maybe once every couple of years. the rainy months are March, April, and May.
College Freshman 2013-12-07T18:08:44Z
I really love this school; however there are defiantly a lot of things I would love to change. Overall I think the best part about this school is how easy it was to make friends and be accepted here.
College Freshman 2013-12-07T18:06:43Z
Brenau is a dry campus; however that rule has defiantly been broken before. As long as you're not completely obvious about it you'll be fine. The honor code is very strict, there is an absolutely no cheating policy. Guys can't spend the night but once a year, but like I said, that rule has been broken numerous times. Overall the strictness is not completely overbearing, I still feel like I have all the freedoms I need to be successful.
College Freshman 2013-12-07T18:00:45Z
overall the food isn't awful, it's mostly the hours. There's only really one hall. There is a convenient eating facility know as the tea room. The tea room has more appealing options; however the hours also kinda suck.
College Freshman 2013-12-07T17:55:51Z
Compared to our neighboring college, UNG, parking is fabulous! I can almost always find a spot, and parking is dirt cheap, or free, if you choose to go the city parking route (which entirely possible)
College Freshman 2013-12-07T17:50:01Z
My only real complaint is that being atheist in this community is very challenging. Because Brenau is in Georgia, religion plays a huge role in a lot of people lives. Because this is a private institution, they can incorporate religion throughout the curriculum, which can sometimes be infuriating for me. However; there are a lot of international students, I can honestly say that there is no dominant race there. You will defiantly be immersed in many different cultures and backgrounds.
College Freshman 2013-12-07T17:40:02Z
Because Brenau is a private institution, it takes a while for them receive funding for hope, that was really the only issue I had with their financial aid, other then they never answer their phone. If you have everything in place before you go there and prepare ahead of time you should be fine. Brenau is expensive, if you don't think you can afford it then you should either not go, or take extra care and prepare long before you plan on attending. I know many woman who applied, got in, and withdrew before the semester even started because the cost of tuition just surprised them.
College Freshman 2013-12-07T17:26:26Z
The rooms are old. Sometimes I wonder what exactly I'm paying for, because the tuition is so high but the living quality is so low. You almost always have to have a roommate even if you're an upperclassmen. If your parents live outside a 50 mile radius of the school, or you are married, you have no other option but to stay on campus for all 4 years.
College Freshman 2013-12-07T17:20:32Z
They do not have a large selection of majors. I am looking to transfer specifically because of this reason.
College Freshman 2013-12-07T17:20:32Z
The academics are defiantly challenging; however not impossible. As long as you stay on top of your work you should be fine!
College Junior 2013-12-02T15:32:14Z
I am local, and therefore have no need for access to dining areas near campus. But because I live in Atlanta where there is basically and endless supply of restaurants and dining areas, students should have no problem finding good food and great prices.
College Junior 2013-12-02T15:28:14Z
There is a computer lab that I use a lot. Here you have access to printing, so I leave my laptop at home whenever I go to class. Wireless access is good.
College Junior 2013-12-02T15:25:53Z
There is plenty of parking available, however they are sticklers for STAFF ONLY parking. Students are advised not to use staff parking as towing is enforced. I have never received a ticket, but I assume the fines would be reasonable. I have not visited the entire campus so I am not sure if a car would be needed.
College Junior 2013-12-02T15:20:56Z
I do not know about Greek life on campus.
College Junior 2013-12-02T15:19:39Z
I am an education major. I believe this is among several very popular programs on campus. My advisor has been wonderful. I get to choose classes at my own pace. I can take as many or as few classes as I feel comfortable with.
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