These schools are similar to Centenary University in key aspects like size, setting, and academics.
100% of students
The community is small and close-knit, allowing students to form better relationships with their professors.
Personally, it was the food, as it was okay. The dorms seem old and need updating.
I like the small size and equine program. I love the opportunity to live in an apartment on campus. I also like how I don’t have to walk more than 5 min for any of my classes.
The food is hit or miss. The school is so small also has its cons which vary for everyone. Freshman dorms are not good.
All the teachers so far have been really nice and helpful. The equine center is the best I've been to so far. It's constantly kept clean and polished, and all the horses are healthy with excellent temperaments. Their riding classes are amazing as well, and I've learned a lot in only one year.
The dorm rooms get very cold in the winter and are only heated for a few hours. There was a leaky ceiling in my building as well.