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It depends on your major and classes. For instance many of the classes are in one building and those tend to be your general classes. There are also different buildings for science, the arts, theatre/music, etc. So, basically, it is not all one boring building all the time.
DO NOT GO HERE! Incompetent administration and professors...support for members of women's lacrosse team was minimal and disorganized at best during their time of need. It has been a nightmare to deal with!
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Written by Davia Peresolak
Seton Hill University, or "SHU," as the students affectionately call it, is a toss-up school. Either students love it, or they hate it. If one embraces the SHU culture and gets involved, they'll call Seton Hill their home away from home—even students who don't live on campus feel that way. The SHU community is very welcoming to all students—no matter the age, race, gender, ethnicity, or religion of the student.
The faculty and staff at SHU are all very attentive and understanding. The individual attention given far surpasses that seen at any other school in the area. Every teacher gives students at least one alternate way to contact him or her other than a Seton Hill email address, and professors usually respond within 24 hours. Tutors are readily available and have flexible hours in which students can seek further help. The new technology advantages given at Seton Hill are another way that the students can stay connected both socially and academically. Most recently, students and faculty members were given iPads, and freshmen and transfer students were also given MacBook Pros. The school also sets up programs to train teachers to incorporate new technologies into classroom learning.
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