Virtual Tours by Students
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This is where I have all of my classes for my Spanish major. You can also find the registrar here, and I also have meetings here, too, for my class president meetings within Bushmen of our college, and you can also find career services in here, which are very helpful. I've met with our crew service person Cherie Talbot, many times, and I will go ahead and take you inside to show you some classrooms and talk about my experiences in this building. This is an example of one of the classrooms, and Fleury and I have all of my Spanish classes in this building. There's typically about fifteen students, person professor, and we have a lecture style, and there's also a lot of group involvement and encouragement to participate in class. We get participation grades, and it's very similar to a lot of the other classroom styles on campus is an example of one of the more renovated rooms and Fleury. I have my Spanish literature class and here currently the semester, and it's like Bowman that I was showing you the one classroom where there's TV, so there's more place for students to be oversee and learn and interact with students and professors. In this classroom, as many chairs is there are around. I actually only have fifteen students in this class, and I enjoy the major and the learning styles that are implicated in this classroom. All of my professors, their doors are always open right now. So they're gone right now. They're this's my advisor right here, Dr Ramirez. I'm going to Cuba with her for Matron that we have in Bridgewater, and then also Dr Martin. All three of these professors have been professors from my Spanish major, and I've thoroughly enjoyed then having my education with Spanish. You can see the requirements for the Spanish major in Spanish Minor. I wasn't minor, but then I decided to become a major, and it has been a great decision for myself academically.