The campus is really easy to navigate. The professors treat their students with the utmost respect and equality. The work load in each course is moderate and the exams for these courses are a fair judgement of my performance in these courses. I would definitely recommend attending this College to prospective college students who desire an educational challenge that is rewarding.
MOst people would be turned off by a school that is so small and is only open to girls for teh undergraduate program. However, the school has much to offer. There are small class sizes so that there is greater interaction between students and teachers, allowing discussion and attention to individual needs. The focus is on individual improvement, and the majors and requirements can be tailored properly to each person, based on likes and dislikes.
Not only is a small and somewhat comforting campus, it is also part of teh consortium, so that students have a chance to expand their horizons and take classes at UHart, Trinity, Uconn, and CCSU. In this way, a student who doesnt want to pay as much to go to UConn can at least take their classes there and get credit.
Overall, it's a nice college in a decent area. It's close to many great places, due to its proximity to CT's capital, and also there are many areas nearby in West Hartford to take advantage of.