College Senior 2013-12-07T19:58:28Z
There are a couple of dining areas, however, it is not the best. I rather go out to eat since it is very convenient.
I know that there are meal plans but I've never gotten one. Probably the best place to dine on-campus is WOW, located in the main campus.
College Senior 2013-12-07T19:52:54Z
I'm almost never on campus during the night but the few times I've come, I've never seen drugs or alcohol use on campus. I go to local bars when I go out. and most of the places don't allow underage students
College Senior 2013-12-07T19:49:45Z
Depends on what you like. humidity can be a killer during summer. We've gotten a couple of bad storms during the last 4 years but it's not too bad. Overall, it doesn't really affect the campus experience
College Senior 2013-12-07T19:45:50Z
I don't know much about house parties but there are plenty of bars close to School. There are located about 10 minutes from the main campus and 5 from the Ballston campus. There are bars for 'the graduate students" and some for " the undergrad students" There are many options. In addition, parties in DC are great and it is not too far; about 20 minutes away. the only transportation late at night at taxis.
College Senior 2013-12-07T19:41:18Z
There is a lot do around Marymount. We are close to DC where there are plenty of cultural events all the time plus all the museums. There is a shopping mall 2 blocks from the Ballston Campus with nice stores.
College Senior 2013-12-07T19:37:23Z
International students don't get financial aids in most cases so I'm not too familiar with this office.
College Senior 2013-12-07T19:35:29Z
There are plenty of computers. There are Mac and PC labs. The printers are located in many buildings but sometime it can be a pain trying to send file from your personal computer. B&W prints cost about 8 or 9 cents. Wireless access and speed is really good, even when there is a lot of people using them. If you like to take notes on a laptop and you don't have one, you can always check one out from the library.
College Senior 2013-12-07T19:30:14Z
The main campus has parking that is almost available, however the Business School has very limited parking. you can spend about one hour in line waiting for parking. the cost of the permits is average, about $70 per semester. Marymount, offers free shuttles every 15 minutes though. So if you have class in Ballston you could park your car in the Main Campus and take the shuttle (about 10 minutes ride). I've never gotten a ticket but I've seen cars getting towed for not having a permit.
College Senior 2013-12-07T19:25:38Z
I'm not really sure how it works and how expensive it is because I'm a commuter student and I live with my family. I know that there are many house around the university and some of them rent rooms or the entire house to students. But I'm not sure about the prices or anything about it.
College Senior 2013-12-07T19:23:00Z
One of the best things about Marymount, othere than the study programs, is the diversity. Even though it is a small university, you can meet people from allover the world. This is important because you can learn more about other cultures and appreciate others. As a business student trying to explore other countries in the future, meeting so many cultures has make more open-minded.
College Senior 2013-12-07T19:18:21Z
The business program is not easy but it isn't super hard either.There are tons of group projects and presentations. In addition, there are many research papers.
Marymount offers a study abroad program,where you go to a different country with your class during spring break. It is inexpedience and a unique experience. Marymount requires students to do an internship. The Center for career services is a great resource. They help you with everything you need. Additionally, there is a job/internship database just for students and alumni.
College Senior 2013-12-07T19:18:21Z
I think Marymount offers great opportunities. Most professors are really helpful. Because it is a relatively small school you can talk to your professor one-on-one most of the time. they all have office hours. The registration process is fairly simple and doesn't take too long to do it.
College Senior 2013-12-07T19:11:07Z
Because of Marymount's location, there are many options. From fast food to nice restaurants. Prices vary depending on what you want to eat. You can find a $7 burger or a $25 dish. The only place I know that offers students discount is Booeymonger, right next to the Ballston Campus. My favorite is Pollo Rico, Buffalo Wings, and PF Chang's.
College Junior 2013-11-13T20:50:30Z
Its difficult, i am still dealing with financial aid.
College Junior 2013-11-13T20:49:49Z
A lot of diversity among campus
College Junior 2013-11-13T20:48:00Z
Cost of living is expensive but overall everything is nice
College Junior 2013-11-13T20:46:52Z
Parking has not been a problem
College Junior 2013-11-13T20:45:45Z
We have enough computers on campus
College Junior 2013-11-13T20:44:54Z
We have all 4 seasons and all are great
College Junior 2013-11-13T20:44:32Z
There's many dining places outside of campus
College Junior 2013-11-13T20:43:33Z
I dontknow about greek students
College Junior 2013-11-13T20:42:28Z
Workload is a lot but do-able.
College Junior 2013-11-13T20:41:08Z
If you dont have anything in time they have a hold onyour account which prevents you from adding classes.
College Junior 2013-11-13T20:40:15Z
I really enjoy going to marymount university.
College Junior 2013-11-13T20:39:51Z
I commute and have my own car, so there is no issue for me, but commuting from the main campus to Ballston gets a little annoying is there's traffic.
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