These schools are similar to University of St Thomas (MN) in key aspects like size, setting, and academics.
60% of students
I thought the campus was beautiful! It's a great location with plenty of stores, cafes, and jobs to walk to. The classes are small and personable so it is easy to get to know your professors.
It is so small. On weekends everyone goes home to their parent's house and most of the food services shut down or have very limited hours. If you are from out of state you will be incredibly lonely. The campus is very white and very religious, so as a person of color and a member of the LGBTQ+ community my mental health suffered greatly. Some of the professors are old school and sexists which can make it difficult to succeed academically. The university also had a huge issue with SA's. Most of my friends and myself included are survivors.
A very tight-knit community that aims to help one another.
It is costly compared to other schools.
This college is a group of Minnesota teens who all love High School too much. Ghost town on the weekends and pretty much a party school.
The parties and the social pool.
Very prestigious school, a lot of benefits of going here. The downfall is the tremendously high tuition price.
Think carefully before deciding to invest financially here.
I like the campus and the campus community. Professors are accessible and easy to talk with.
It is expensive. It is also harder for those who do not have a car on campus.