College Freshman 2013-11-24T01:39:42Z
Nearly everyone lives on campus, <40 people live off campus. I imagine there aren't many options.
College Freshman 2013-11-24T01:38:28Z
Their is a shuttle that can take you around town. It's times are somewhat irregular and it isn't very popular.
College Freshman 2013-11-24T01:37:12Z
Health & Safety:
The campus is very safe, security does a very good job.
College Freshman 2013-11-23T23:29:18Z
Wooster is fantastic, it's that simple. We study and party in the perfect balance.
College Freshman 2013-11-23T23:28:34Z
The math department has been fantastic. The economics department has been pretty good.
College Freshman 2013-11-23T23:28:34Z
The professors are very interested in teaching, and most do a great job. I chose Wooster for the academics and the research opportunities, and it has not disappointed.
College Freshman 2013-11-23T23:26:19Z
Greek groups host most of the parties, and they are generally very fun. One of the high points of Wooster.
College Freshman 2013-11-23T23:25:31Z
I got a pretty good financial aid package, primarily merit-based. I don't think I know anyone who got less than 15k/year in merit.
College Freshman 2013-11-23T23:24:20Z
The College and the town typically stay away from each other. It certainly has a certain small-town charm.
College Freshman 2013-11-23T23:23:09Z
We definitely have all four seasons; it's possible to get anywhere on campus within 5-10 minutes, so weather isn't really a big factor in student life.
College Freshman 2013-11-23T23:21:44Z
There is plenty of drinking at Wooster, and weed is fairly common. Other drugs can be found in limited quantities, if you know the right people. A significant portion of the student body drinks, both in greek houses and in the dorms. Security is pretty lax, they are more concerned with student safety than actually enforcing laws. Peer pressure is limited but existent.
College Freshman 2013-11-23T23:18:26Z
Lowry is good quality, it just gets a little old after awhile. Mom's is a great late-night option.
College Freshman 2013-11-23T23:17:29Z
There a few computer labs, but they aren't very popular. ScotZone is generally pretty good.
College Freshman 2013-11-15T16:47:44Z
I am not a sports fan.
College Freshman 2013-11-15T16:44:24Z
I do not have a car on campus
College Freshman 2013-11-15T16:43:21Z
Computers are good,labs as well. Network and reliability speed needs to improve though.
College Freshman 2013-11-15T16:41:07Z
Ohio weather is bad, but this does not affect everyday events.
College Freshman 2013-11-15T16:39:01Z
Beautiful buildings, especially Timken Library, and Scot Centre. These 2 places are my favorite places in the school. Just beautiful.
College Freshman 2013-11-15T16:34:47Z
Lots of options and good food
College Freshman 2013-11-15T16:34:05Z
Dorms are great and have great architecture and plans.
College Freshman 2013-11-15T16:32:25Z
Quiet area, perfect for concentration and overall a good learning environment.
College Senior 2013-10-22T23:57:46Z
The College of Wooster has done a great job of staying relevant but keeping the old charm alive! Castle-like structure with modern enhancements found inside academic buildings. The athletic facitilty (Scot Center) is just 1 1/2 years old and still feels brand new. With open windows and a completely LEED building, it is great for the everyday student as well as the varsity students. The student union (Lowry) always has some sort of remodeling occurring. This year we just renovated the radio station (Woo 91) and placed it in the basement of our center. It is a wonderful new spot for the radio status and the students who run it! There are 3 libraries on campus and each have a different studying environment. Andrew's library was just renovated about a year ago and has a whole new look and spot called the CoRe (Collaborative Research Environment). Every academic building has some sort of study nook and there are so many wonderful spots to find on campus to go to study. Campus events are very numerous, specially since 98-99% of the students live on campus! There are over 100 organizations to get involved with and if you do not like one it is so easy to make a new one! Wooster has a great support system.
College Senior 2013-10-22T23:51:15Z
The school really tries to strict to the DRY residential halls. Although upperclassman halls might have 21+ student residing in them, they still have RAs check floors and occasional security walk-throughs. If you want to drink, do it in your room with the door closed. I like that the campus is responsible with this rule! Security is always around but in a way that makes you feel safe. Also they are really nice group of people to get to know over the years. Administration is very strict when it comes matters that contradict or are against our ethics code.
College Sophomore 2013-10-09T19:59:03Z
The Wifi at the school SUCKS during finals and mid-terms. Other times you can connect and stay connected to the wifi easily. There are 3 main computer labs on campus that stay open until 2am. At the beginning of each semester you receive sixty printing dollars on your college id and never use all sixty dollars in one semester.
College Sophomore 2013-10-09T19:56:09Z
It is very hard to get into Wooster. The minimum ACT score for students is 23. Your high school GPA will be looked at; the average high school GPA is 3.4. The most important criteria fro admission I would say is extracurricular activities. Wooster admission council looks heavily at what were you involved in while in high school.
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