College Junior 2013-11-05T21:48:09Z
The disability department is great, and I would highly recommend disabled persons to choose Montevallo. They hire students to take notes for you, no matter what your disability may be. I needed a lab assistant to help me with my lab courses, and they paid for them as well. The only problem about Montevallo is the cobblestone if you use a wheel chair. First-generation college students also can become an Aspire member and receive free tutoring and attend workshops if you need help with your college experience.
College Junior 2013-11-05T21:37:03Z
You don't have to be Liberal to join, although I imagine their are more Liberals than Conservatives. There are several churches on campus, including Baptist ministries and other Christian churches. We have a club for LGBT persons called Spectrum. Some people are pretty flamboyant, because it is a Liberal Arts college, but there others like you. I know some Conservatives as well. I'm a non-denominational Christian who is questioning Scientology. Even the socially awkward are accepted here.
College Junior 2013-11-02T15:13:05Z
I was horrified when I did walk throughs here, there was garbage in the parking lots and up the walkways. It was like no one cared about anything. Then when we got inside some of the occupied units I couldn't believe they would show me these apartments in that state, I was horrified and I am sure they saw it on my face. One unit had a pile of garbage inside which made me think they would definitely have a bug problem. These units were 1 bedrooms for over $500, in a small town? Really? It was terrible, and the whole time I was not nearly close enough to campus to ever bike or walk, the closer we got the worse the conditions got. I would recommend living the next town over and commuting.
College Junior 2013-11-02T15:06:57Z
It is a small town, possibly the definition of such with the exception that they have a University there. Everyone is really nice, possibly overly friendly but thats the small town charm. Personally I feel like I could never live in a town this small and be this far away from everything else. I thought I came from a small town, which was a village of 10,000, and I lived 10 minutes from a city and 15 minutes from a bigger city. That's what I would look for in terms of living.
College Junior 2013-11-02T15:03:39Z
I dont feel that it is particularly strict with anything, they come by to give tickets for parking but they lay that out for you so if you park somewhere you're not supposed to that is your own fault. They aren't there every 5 minutes, so its average.
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