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Written by Laura O'Bar
A majority of St. Mary's students have loved their time here and would not change a thing. The most common regret from students is that they did not go to a larger university. Students often reflect on administrative politics and control as something that has also restricted them in some ways. Nonetheless, students find themselves loving the education and relationships that they have gained here and are glad they made the decision that they did. Some had first choices other than St. Mary's, but generally say that they would not trade their experiences here for anything. Students appreciate the attention and challenges that professors and their courses have offered, and most feel more than prepared after graduation.
The relationships you form at a small, friendly university cannot be duplicated at a larger university where every student is assigned a number when they walk into class. Creating bonds with faculty helps you get more out of the classroom experience and makes learning more enjoyable overall. This solid structure also means more career resources and advice for the future. It is almost like having one or several mentors without ever signing up for a mentor program. Also, the tight-knit community fosters life-long friendships with tons of memories to back them up.
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