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Stevens is a small but enjoyable campus whose lecture halls are all relatively close together, so a small walk is all you'll need to go from class to class. Education-wise, I feel the beginning classes are good just to get into the feel of how classes work, the material itself is pretty general and unrelated to your major, but you will take classes later on that do correlate to your major.
I do not like how expensive everything is, and sometimes I am bogged down with homework and exams. Being good on time management is crucial here.
The student life and campus atmosphere are electric and truly inspiring. There are so many individuals who are driven to be the best of the best; so being surrounded by these people offers great opportunities to become an overall better student and person in the future.
The one thing I don't like is the Stevens diversity. Although large steps have been taken to diversify campus living, coming to Stevens was definitely a culture shock for me.
I love how the school is right next to NYC. There are plenty of things to do, and the academics are great.
The only thing I don't like about this school is how windy it gets.
It is a delightful and nurturing institution to receive an education.