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From experience, the business school is one of the best around. The professors are experienced and knowledgeable. The career development opportunities that are presented/given are exceptional. There is a wide variety of ways to get introduced to the community of your field of study.
The dining hall isn't a fan favorite, but there is a Starbucks on campus. Each dorm building is pretty different so do research on what dorms you'd like to live in.
It's a good school for academics, but expect to work hard! A lot of the classes can be unnecessarily difficult IMO, but the professors are super nice and small class sizes make them accessible. The majority of people that go here are pretty wealthy and have their parents supporting them financially, and classes aren't really built to accommodate students who have a job or may need financial help. The social life is OK, but it is really really small for a college, so it can be hard to make friends.
Small college overall. The dining hall is nasty the majority of the time, and the dorms are pretty bad. Upperclassmen dorms are alright, but freshman dorms have mold and are super tiny.
The faculty staff is down-to-earth and very helpful. They make the learning activity fun and interesting to learn. They give students equal opportunities to showcase their talents and knowledge.
As a West African, I love very spicy food and I did not have that. But overall, their food is delicious and mild in spices.
It's a very diverse campus and is easy to get around in. The professors are great and will help you at any time.
Drake University goes out of its way to provide students with an abundance of educational experiences and networking opportunities.
Some dorms are better than others.