College Freshman 2013-12-02T05:02:00Z
I love it. Always see my friends at the [arties and can go to them if I need help with anything
College Freshman 2013-12-02T05:00:52Z
Lots of friendly people and easy to get around campus. I feel safe walking at night and everything is kept clean
College Freshman 2013-12-02T04:59:55Z
Everyone is friendly and gets along well
College Freshman 2013-12-02T04:59:02Z
They do a good job and help you with whatever you need
College Sophomore 2013-11-13T14:49:11Z
Campus security is always around- there is never any issue on campus that isn't solved in less than ten minutes. I've never seen a fight on campus and it is a very small place to be. All in all- Hanover is extremely peaceful with friendly security and great people.
College Sophomore 2013-11-13T14:47:10Z
Drug usage is practically unheard of here, but sadly alcohol abuse is very common. (Smoking will be banned as of January of 2014) Alcohol is prominent on the weekends; mainly at the fraternities. Many freshman take part in 'partying' the first few weeks of their college career, but soon realize their workload in class and cease partaking in the activity.
College Sophomore 2013-11-05T22:50:51Z
Health & Safety:
Although some people don't feel safe on campus, I feel incredibly safe. There's low crime, you can walk around late at night, and security is always patrolling. As far as health services goes, I don't even know where to locate it.
College Sophomore 2013-11-05T22:49:06Z
The prices for these range, but are overall very affordable. There is great variety, from a burger place to a sushi bar. It's not incredibly easy to get downtown, but when you can it's a great place to be.
College Sophomore 2013-11-05T22:47:41Z
A lot of these policies depend on the individual RA or teacher, but it is relaxed on the condition that students are respectful and don't cause harm to others.
College Sophomore 2013-11-05T22:46:01Z
The campus is located near a small, lovely town with cute local shops and a farmers market on weekends. There isn't much nightlife or an abundance of shopping, almost no local sports although there are some art galleries. Everyone is very friendly and feels very safe.
College Sophomore 2013-11-05T22:44:01Z
The whole campus is buildings that are brick with white columns. Campus has wonderful architecture and the buildings are very functional for what they do. Some of the buildings are older, but it is made up for in the others. There is green space, hiking trails, and a view of the Ohio River on a bluff. The library is great, the science center is top quality, and the buildings are all available for studying.
College Sophomore 2013-11-05T22:41:05Z
Permits cost almost nothing and the tickets are cheap but are enough money to make people choose the proper parking spot. There is designated parking for different groups which makes it easier and there are enough spots. A car is only needed when leaving campus, which most people don't feel the need to do.
College Sophomore 2013-11-05T22:38:59Z
Since we are in Indiana, the weather is a bit fickle, but it's beautiful. Fall is lovely, spring is warm and inviting, and it rains just the right amount. The winter, however, has bitterly cold wind.
College Sophomore 2013-11-05T22:38:01Z
On our campus, it is evident that alcohol usage is popular, but campus security is good at maintaining order and the fraternities are responsible. Drugs are not nearly as visible, but they are definitely a small part of campus life. Everyone is invited to take part in these activities, but no one is pressured and it is looked down upon to participate in excess.
College Sophomore 2013-11-05T22:35:31Z
In my opinion, our school is very updated when it comes to athletics. The facilities are fantastic, the locker rooms are being redone, and the environment of campus athletics is very inviting.
College Sophomore 2013-11-05T22:34:07Z
At my school, the only available transportation is shuttles to Walmart on the weekends and shuttles to a few of the closer airports for international students over break. As a freshman, cars are not allowed unless you live more than 150 miles away. This is to help students get used to the community and being on campus. It is inconvenient, however, for anyone who buys groceries.
College Junior 2013-10-21T19:33:24Z
The school is small enough that you can get to any building within a ten minute walk.
College Junior 2013-10-21T19:32:38Z
We have a great selection off off campus food, you just have to drive 10-15 minutes to get to the majority of it.
College Junior 2013-10-21T19:30:18Z
You don't live off campus here...it just isn't common. The only place off campus is a miserable little apartment complex. The college owns all the other housing. Best best? Go Greek and live in those houses.
College Sophomore 2013-10-17T22:44:22Z
The computers here work just fine. Our new printers are awesome and you can send documents to the printers from your room, and then print them out when you get to the printer.
College Sophomore 2013-10-17T22:43:25Z
The parking on campus is very easy and it only costs $10 for a pass and it lasts all four years. Very happy with parking here.
College Sophomore 2013-10-17T22:41:48Z
The alcohol and drug scene here is kind of big, but it is very well controlled and most people are very responsible with it. Campus Safety does a lot to make sure people are safe.
College Senior 2013-10-12T17:04:03Z
Guys & Girls:
There is a wide range of students found at Hanover College. You have your typical athletic students, greek students, academic students and others. However, students at Hanover tend to be multi faceted, meaning that they are categorized as more than an athlete, or a greek student. All of our students, guys and girls alike are equally involved in SOMETHING at Hanover.
College Senior 2013-10-12T17:01:09Z
Our campus has a relatively "low party life" scene. Informal/formal parties normally take place on the weekends at fraternities. Students can easily access these party scenes by a short distance walk. There are several bars in the downtown Madison area which is within a 10 minute drive from campus. There is also a local bar 2 minutes away from campus which is very popular for the college crowd. As for underage night life, any student is permitted to attend a fraternity party as long as they are on "the list" prior to the event. Students also enjoy going to town for late Taco bell and Walmart runs with friends.
College Senior 2013-10-12T16:56:46Z
Our campus is not a commuter school, so there are several options provided for students on campus. However, for students who prefer to live off campus, there are several housing options within 2 miles of campus. In fact, there are several apartment options that are within walking distance to campus and class.
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