These schools are similar to Oregon State University in key aspects like size, setting, and academics.
100% of students
I have really enjoyed the professors who teach the human development and family service, classes. They make an effort to have the information clear and readily available.
Oregon State is a great university in a great little town. There is a lot of comradery among the students and wonderful educational opportunities. Oregon is a beautiful state and OSU has a beautiful campus right by the river.
I really liked the faculty and staff at Oregon State University.
I didn't like the lack of classes for my major. It seems that they wanted to include the arts at OSU which is mostly an agricultural/engineering school. My major seemed it lacked a lot of resources and money.
I truly feel like I fit in at Oregon State University, everyone that I've encountered whether it be students or faculty is so nice and understanding. The dining hall food is better than I imagined. Living in the dorms can be a bit hectic but once you meet people in your hall you'll love it.
I didn't like that there weren't more options to eat out. Very small city so there aren't big chain restaurants.
I really like the overall experience, however, due to covid some of the dorms are relatively antisocial. Classes are pretty good and not too hard.
I don't like how unsocial it can be, the Oregon weather sucks, and the food gets old fast.
The administration is amazing and wants to see you succeed!