College Junior 2013-09-23T17:35:49Z
The Mount is wonderful in relation to the amount of time and effort spent by the professors with the students and the amount of help they offer to have their students succeed. The college as a whole with administrators and faculty are supportive and helpful the class sizes are small and easy to concentrate and focus on the subject matter being taught is easy to grasp because there aren't many distractions in the class room.
College Junior 2013-09-23T17:27:06Z
I'm a Pre Law Major and my classes are related to my major however attending a liberal arts college, the requirements for my credit load are not all related to law. However the English, and History classes are fun and exciting and the professors know you by your name and treat you like a student in the classroom and a friend outside of the classroom.
Recent Alumnus 2013-07-27T00:29:00Z
The academics offered at my school are incredible. The teachers are always involved and they know you by name rather than you just being another face with another number. One on one conversations are the best because, it gives them the opportunity to give all of their attention towards your specific issues. The small class sizes help to make learning a lot easier. The courses are challenging but apply directly to your degree or major. You're not scheduled to take anything, you don't absolutely need. Everything they provide you with is something you will need once you graduate and go out into the workforce.
Recent Alumnus 2013-07-27T00:23:01Z
I just transferred to Mount Aloysius for fall 2013. I haven't started classes yet. Although, I will begin classes August 26, 2013. I hope to have a A or B in my major courses. I believe my major (Surgical Technology) will be everything I hoped it'll be...and I'm sure it'll be exactly what I expected. I am going to have hands on training, and be able to be in a local hospital for clinics and surgeries with surgeons. Hands on training, is the best training you can have, it helps you focus on the important things and helps you remember what you're learning. Unlike reading books, and chapters where you have to force yourself to memorize what you've just read.
College Sophomore 2013-07-19T10:41:40Z
Most of the professors I have had really want their students to excel in not only their class but in their field of study. Each professor encourages the students to come to their office for any questions, and many of them have a lot of time due to the student teacher ratio being rather small. The workload is what I would've expected in college. Tutors are available.
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