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.
College Junior 2013-11-13T20:38:08Z
Dining hall is nice but i would like a greater options in the menus for vegetarians.
College Junior 2013-11-05T22:51:12Z
The library is fairly popular but also a place for a peace of mind, or studying. The athletic centers are quite up to par, if for needed use. Student hangouts and campus activities could be better, but during the week with on the go students, the places that are offered are a nice way to get away from the door or take a walk to.
College Junior 2013-11-05T22:48:36Z
Printing kiosks are provided all over campus and a stipend that is renewed every semester is given to each student. There are multiple places to use computers, so one should never have to deal with waiting in line for a computer. In the library, students are able to check-out laptops if they either do not have one or forgot theirs either at home, dorm, or car. The network, speed, and wireless access is fairly accessible. There are a number of resources at Marymount regarding these topics!
College Junior 2013-11-05T22:45:07Z
Based on the size of the school & the education system, I would definitely choose Marymount for this benefit only. Not a traditional movie-like campus, but it is what you make & there is tons of things to do outside of campus.
College Junior 2013-11-05T22:43:39Z
There is no Greek Life available on this campus. The Greek Life at Marymount depends on what club or sports team you are apart of.
College Junior 2013-11-05T22:42:09Z
Rowley is not a bad place to live in as a female freshmen or transfer. It is fairly clean & comfortable for your first year idea of living. The cost of living on campus should be either lowered or dorms should be renovated. Definitely livable and easy to get used to but the residence halls should be a little bit better for what you pay for. Ostapenko is the place to go...a fully furnished apartment, equipped with a kitchen, living room area, and two full bathrooms. You can't go wrong with that! All apartments are not the same size, some rooms are bigger, some rooms, are smaller, but definitely worth the money for the convenience and space. The housing process is fairly easy if you are prepared. The social atmosphere, could be better but it is what you make it with your surrounding peers.
College Junior 2013-11-05T22:37:01Z
The Psychology program at Marymount is excellent. If you are looking for a school where you can engage directly with your professor or classmates, this is the place to be. The Psych program in particular here has wonderful professors and advisers that love teaching as well as helping you achieve your goal while in school. The workload, internships, etc are convenient and not overbearing. As long as you pull your weight, professors will pull theirs into making sure your learning experience is worthwhile and understanding. Lots of opportunity & options! You'll never go board!
College Junior 2013-11-05T22:37:01Z
The academics offered at Marymount are quite fair. If you are looking for a school where you can engage directly with your professor or classmates, this is the place to be. Class sizes do not go over 35 students, making it easier to learn and have a voice in your classes. There are special study programs offered within some majors. The registration process is excellent, gives everyone a chance to get into particular classes, but would advise not to register last minute. The workload varies from major to major, but it seems that if you work at a timely manner, school should not become so overwhelming.
College Junior 2013-11-05T22:30:20Z
One of the most diverse private catholic schools in the area. Everyone on campus is very accepting to religion, beliefs, orientation, etc. Definitely, no hate crimes, or discrimination that would make individuals feel uncomfortable.
College Junior 2013-11-05T22:28:29Z
Costs are fairly priced, but there are places that are a little fancier than some and will give you what you pay for. However, the convenience of dining options off campus are many! Whether you want good, quick, cheap food, a home-cooked type meal, or a taste of the other side of what your used to; you'll be sure to find something that accommodates to your taste. Student discounts are given from local or chain pizza & sub places...great for a night or a late-night study meal. Georgetown, Courthouse, & Clarendon are metro stops that you can get off at that are beaming with good places to try and eat!
College Junior 2013-11-05T22:24:00Z
Being no more than 5-10 miles from the nation's capital, there are a variety of places to enjoy and hang out with friends.
College Junior 2013-11-05T22:22:39Z
Due to a being a catholic private institution, they do enforce rules on drinking and drugs. Depending on your case they are lenient in the since of giving you a second chance to re-evaluate yourself, or if too extreme you will face some consequences.
College Junior 2013-11-05T22:20:08Z
A shuttle service is provided on both campuses. To and back from the metro (no more than a 5 min ride), and the nearest city: Ballston. Very convenient if you ever need transportation, and are without any of your own.
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