These schools are similar to University of Northwestern Ohio in key aspects like size, setting, and academics.
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The Instructors and friends I have made have helped me learn a great deal and figure out who I am and who I want to be. The education is top-notch. Some of the equipment is outdated, but the instructors are working their hardest to secure new equipment. Overall a great experience, especially for the price point.
The equipment is a bit outdated and the dorms are not the best maintained. Also having to share a relatively small room with another person, and a three-bedroom dorm with five other people is not worth $317 a month to me. Luckily there are plenty of options for off-campus housing. I would advise living outside of Lima or to the northwest of campus.
It is a small school which means classes will be with a maximum of 30 people. Teachers overall really want the best for you, especially in the Computer Science department. The people here are very relaxed and very kind. There is a wide variety of different people you can hang out with
The food court is linked to Lock 16, a local restaurant. The food is not the best but if you eat there like a few times a week it is not that bad