These schools are similar to University of Indianapolis in key aspects like size, setting, and academics.
100% of students
That everything is so close to each other and your do not have to walk too far
The dorm rooms and how the bathrooms are like school bathrooms
Most of the professors I had throughout my undergraduate classes were very understanding and willing to help their students succeed. For the ones who were not as accommodating, there were still other resources available to me to help my studying. These types of professors are not very common on campus though. All of the classes I had were relevant to my degree and my future career plans, and the professors helped me apply the information to my future career to help me better understand the material.
The dining hall food is not very good and the dining hall itself is often dirty. Some of the professors are difficult to work with and make it hard to access them after class to get help. Campus safety has been an issue lately.
Overall it's a great school, everyone is super nice and it is a fun place to be.
There have been a lot of food issues.
The student life on campus is really fun, it is a small campus so everyone is close to each other. Everyone is welcome here!
Honestly, the worst part about this place is the food. The cafeteria always has issues, the soda machines don’t work most of the time, and sometimes the dining facilities are just randomly closed. We are also extremely understaffed in the dining services at the university, so these things are slightly understandable.
The campus is absolutely beautiful. The teachers are very easy-going and understanding.
The downside of attending this university is that it is a predominantly white school. There have been a couple of racist incidents throughout the semester.