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I liked that I was able to have small classes at Bryant. The small classes allowed me to create meaningful relationships with my professors.
There is unfortunately a lot I didn’t like at Bryant. The emphasis on business is nice if you are a business major but if you’re any other major I don’t think this is the school for you. The general student population also isn’t the most studious. This can be a good or bad thing.
Bryant has a small school environment. The faculty get to know you and helps propel you to success. I have made lasting connections with faculty that pushed me to unlock my future potential. Bryant also allows you to create your own path, I was able to start clubs and events on campus to make my college experience what it was.
The food is just typical college food and you live on campus all four years.
It was a great place to get a business degree because they prepared you for what fundamentals you need to know before entering the workforce
The social climate at Bryant could be somewhat intimidating at times.