These schools are similar to Bryn Mawr College in key aspects like size, setting, and academics.
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Classes were generally small, which I appreciated. I thought that professors were engaged and genuinely cared about students' learning, they were also always available to answer questions and offer a hand. When you attend Bryn Mawr, you're able to take classes at Haverford, Swarthmore, and UPenn as well. I usually took one or two classes at Haverford a semester and always enjoyed them.
The social scene was not as exciting as I'd hoped it would be. That said, I did manage to meet some incredible people and make some incredible friends. When I arrived as a freshman, the traditions were really engaging and exciting but by the time I graduated, it felt like a vocal minority of students on campus had done a lot of work to make those events feel less meaningful and, frankly, less fun.
Beautiful campus, great professors, awesome location, and resources.
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