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Written by Evan Matthew Reas
An Ohio Wesleyan student truly appreciates the opportunities that are given to them at this small liberal arts school in Delaware. There is something special about OWU that the rankings seem to overlook, and only the students experiencing it know what that is. An OWU student is given the advantage of being personally taught by a group of one of the greatest faculty in America, a group that is not concerned with research, but with instilling knowledge in the best way possible. In addition, the endless leadership opportunities on campus give OWU students another chance for growth and development as a person that will help them in their future endeavors. The students appreciate an Ohio Wesleyan education because it focuses on every aspect of character and knowledge and not just what is taught in the classroom. OWU students do not just learn about facts and equations; they learn how to think, and that is what sets them apart.
Many students do question their decision to attend OWU in their first semester or first year there, and some will end up transferring before they immerse themselves in all the opportunities that are afforded to them by the University. The students that do attend for their full four years and are not afraid to take the risks and experience everything begin to realize that they are being given the chance to be given an education on par with any college student in the world. They realize that with the tools acquired at OWU, they can go out and truly be anything. It is at this realization that the student can say "I am OWU."
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