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I love that they allow you to take almost any class you want. I am a nursing student, but I didn't expect they would allow me to take other non-nursing-related courses. I ended up taking Biomedical Engineering Class which opened up my mind a great deal. Food is great most of the time. They offer for a variety of people, even for people who are vegan. There are some bad teachers but they are also some great professors at the university. It would be nice if their club's information is more open about it because it is really hard to find clubs. I wanted to join some but couldn't find information on them besides the National Nursing Association which is sent emails to every nursing student but other clubs almost feel non-existent. The campus is divided into 3 sessions so you can definitely get your exercise in if you decided to walk. They do offer buses for students to go from campus to campus. My favorite part about the campus is that you can observe a lot of wildlife like deers, geese, squirrels, and chipmunks.
I don't like that it is hard to find clubs and their information. they do have some bad teachers, but also some good one.
I have had a great experience so far at Stevenson University. The class spaces are smaller, so it is easier to communicate with your professor and it provides a better learning experience. Professor and staff actively attempt to assist students on their path to success.
Professors are very friendly and willing to help with whatever you may need. The dorms are also extremely comfortable and easy to relax in. Additionally, you can feel safe as security is always available and making sure the campus is secure.
The dining hall food can be very good but it also can leave much to be desired. However, there are many different restaurants that are nearby.
I loved that I was able to balance classes while playing a sport. The dorms were very nice and the buildings were brand new. The athletic field and training facilities were great.
The food was not very good and the tuition is very high.
Small class sizes, great dorms.
Food selection and food, in general, were terrible. they spent more money on unnecessary flat-screen TVs for the dining halls to display the menus than they did on actually providing edible food. the shuttle service is a joke. half of the time you would be stranded on the Greenspring or owing mills north campus. overall a very money-hungry school...spent over 5k on a new unnecessary horse statue for the stadium.
I love the small class sizes, it makes it easy to make new friends! There are a variety of on-campus jobs to choose from, which is great. The professors are caring and want you to do your very best. The academic buildings and dorms are excellent! They were built not too long ago, so everything is pretty updated. If you get involved in clubs and make the most of your social life, you'll have a great time here.
As a commuter, it is harder to make friends, you really have to put yourself out there.