Virtual Tours by Students
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This is one of our other camps scissors, Tempe, downtown and then West. There's some key players in the back, but I'm heading over here. Um, it's a lot quieter, and here there's more. If you're looking for more, uh, smaller college experience, you could definitely is actually a humongous school. There's 71,000 students enrolled with us, whether that be online or in person. I think that such an awesome thing that we have not many colleges were that big. But there's different little niches within everything. So the school sustainability is actually really, really small school way, just combined with two other schools, school for innovation in society and then a brand new school of complex adaptive systems. We're all now under a college called College for Global Features. There's still a nice little home feel with the school sustainability. It's little everyone knows everyone, which is awesome. Then there's also everyone else I ask you for you to meet, and I think that's a really unique feature about being in the school sustainability, but also a some of our amazing beautiful campus. Awesome architects around here for food, greenery as well. A lot of the Palo Verde gives it nice and cool kind of in the summer, but it's super beautiful to walk around very calming environment around here. They're flexible and they're changing, adapting and think nothing really cool is that you can take your sustainability class is here. I just mean here, but this is, um we got from social distance. No, this is actually I'm gonna be teaching a class for the incoming pressure. Something really cool about the school sustainability. You hear a student perspective and you can little more really ask questions. You make wear out of that classroom as awesome as it Waas. I loved inning outside when I'm on campus right now. Not really, but when it gets a little gorgeous, beautiful, always nice five. We have a lot of different Tyson way have capsule classes that are very problem. Bates and Solution Driven Way have lectured questions Where you go in, you listen to your lecture to take note to study at home. Then there's usually pretty test heavy in those classes. Discussion based classes where kind of the flip idea of a classroom, where you do all of your reading and studying outside and you come in class and you have really rich discussions with your peers that really help you learn. Luckily for US school sustainability, most of their classes are those gonna learn a view of the 100 levels of those lectures just fine. You sure that we have way a small enough school or weaken know each other and really understand each other and also can have those rich lessons in the classroom? Because the faculty to student ratio once it passed your sustainable city sustainable world. Classes like 2025 others on that I'm in classes right Now I've got eight students. Really Get have that great connection with your professors as well as your I've met. I met professors were all polity in contact with them for hopefully the rest. Great resource is for me going in my professional career. There's everyone excited for way nervous or anything. I know I was really nervous about finding my classes, and it honestly what I recommend Get there every school, like a day or two before I take a walk around campus. Well, help you familiarize yourself with everything on it. Did you definitely want to focus on meeting new friends, Finding out where you belong? New club, different things like that. So that's something that helped me on my first day.