I wouldnt recommend this school. It used to advertise that one of the benefits of the school was the small class size. However over the last couple of years the class sized have increased significanly. They have also undergone several building projects including more dormitory space. More dormitory, more students, less individual instruction. For the money I would recommend another school.
This is a very small college but with a wide selection of campuses across the state. If you like the small college atmosphere but with the whole going away for college aspect this may be the school for you. It is quite strict in their policies but for fairly good reason. It has a beautiful campus that they are constantly improving and updates happening all the time. It is in a small town but there are things open after midnight so it's not that bad! It has small classes quite a variety of majors and classes offered. It is also a quite reasonable tuition level.
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