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I can't speak about Swarthmore or Penn classes, because I think that depends on your schedule, but I can tell you that it's pretty easy to get to Haverford classes and back on time!
At Bryn Mawr, all classes start 10 minutes after their official start times, and at Haverford, all classes start five minutes after. This makes it pretty easy to get from one to the other on the Blue Bus, which runs every 10 minutes during the day. If you budget the time for a ten-minute bus ride and a five-minute walk across campus, you should get from one class to the other on time without any problems, providing you catch the bus :) That said, sometimes you might get there five or ten minutes early, but that's better than being late. The busses run on a very regular, reliable schedule.
Thanks so much for your reply! I'm glad that the busses are reliable, now I don't have to worry so much if I take classes that are on another campus :)
No problem! It's really easy; I just got back from Haverford in fact.
Yes! It is very competitive, but we do accept transfers!
I just was accepted as a transfer I'm wondering if there are any other acceptances on here!
when and how did you get your AD letter?
about a week ago, it was posted on my virtual.brynmawr page
you probably are the very first few people who know their results. Cong!
Oh my god! I called one week ago and they said they will post results in mid May. T=T
Drink! If you don't drink now, you'll start after a semester or two here at Bryn Mawr, either at parties at Haverford or Swarthmore or in your dorm room to try to forget how much work you still have to do that night.
Even if you do drink, you will probably find yourself wanting to do a little more than just that. Haverford and Swat are really small colleges too, so the parties tend to be the same groups of people every weekend. A lot of students here go into Philly, but there isn't really much closer to campus. You kind of just drink (or not; there are actually quite a few students who don't) and work on the weekends. Bryn Mawr can be a great school but if you're looking for a vibrant nightlife, I would not recommend it!
You can always use some drugs or hook up with someone to kill time.
But you can do that anywhere, and other places have more going on than just that :)
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Written by Kaitlin Menza
Like any highly-rated liberal arts college, Bryn Mawr provides a stellar education to a vibrant student body on a campus so beautiful that sometimes it looks surreal. During the school year, especially in the dead of winter, it is easy to overlook these tremendous offerings and instead focus on the massive amount of work, as it contrasts to what can seem like a dearth of social opportunities. These are the times where some freshmen consider transferring.
Traditions help lighten the mood on campus, and despite what seems to be stress oozing out of every pore, most students manage to do a lot more than just handle their school work-though everyone agrees that academics is a priority. In the end, students are most proud of their academic work, but also fond of the school and experiences that they had here. Mawrters come to Bryn Mawr to benefit from the faculty and coursework the school is known for. Some women find the lack of boys on campus difficult to adjust to, or they find the general smallness of the campus undesirable, but in the end, most stay for the same reason they came: academics. When it's over, few look back on the decision with regret.
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