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Written by Devon Correll
Bryant has a lot to offer, especially to business students, and gives everyone the opportunity to thrive academically and socially. The University’s academic programs help prepare students for the real world, and with all the different courses students are required to take, they learn a lot about numerous subjects and get a well-rounded education. Students also get the chance to interact with professors who have the highest degrees in their fields, as well as real world experience. Although there is a lot of hard work and effort involved, the experience Bryant gives students is well worth it. Plus, with more than 70 clubs and organizations on campus, students can get involved and meet new people. Whether it’s a club meeting or a networking event, there is always something going on to keep students active at Bryant.
Although many students complain about the “bubble-like” atmosphere created by the isolated campus, Bryant’s small size creates a sense of community that few schools can offer. While students can be cliquey at times, nearly everyone is friendly and supportive, and with shopping areas and large cities not far from campus, students can easily escape this “bubble” whenever they like. Bryant University has beautiful landscaping, striking architecture, and gives students access to state-of-the-art facilities. Most students agree that if they had the choice to do it all over again, they would still choose Bryant.
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