College Junior 2013-10-12T21:51:52Z
I love the set-up of the academics here, it's so liberating in comparison to so many other schools, where you are restricted to classes within your major. The only downside is that because anyone can take any class (except for advance level ones of course) you can end up getting bumped from a class that really fascinates you (seminars are capped at 15 people). However, professors tend to offer the same classes every couple of years. Additionally, if you get bumped from something you're really passionate about, you can audit it.
College Sophomore 2013-03-07T18:42:07Z
If you're up for a liberal arts education, then this is the place for you. You are encouraged to study all avenues of interest whilst finding a common thread between them with your intended focus of study. You can explore your academic and professional interests without feeling confined to a specific major.
College Junior 2012-08-07T19:11:34Z
Underwater Basket-Weaving. But really, we don't have majors. You can concentrate in something and I've heard rumor that you can write a thesis and declare a major your senior year if you choose and you've taken enough topics related to your desired major, but you don't "have a major" during your time at Sarah Lawrence and a very large majority of the students graduate with a BA in Liberal Arts.
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