Class Sizes | Campus Tour 2019
Virtual Tours by Students
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All my classes are actually very pretty light on this smaller sty. I would say like my orchestra is the biggest class, but that's like orchestra. That's also a lot of havoc for students and a lot of immerses together. I think my Internet film is pretty packed because it's an actual class. I think there are around, like, maybe twenty students, and that's not even a lot either. My education classes, like ten students on my sociology cost, is probably like maybe fifteen students. My photography classes probably like ten, ten, twelve, maybe maybe thirteen. So they're all relatively like under twenty students. Um, actually, my film Class thirty students, which is not even a big difference to conserve colleges like I know there are so many colleges that I like hundreds in each room, and it's a huge electrical. Mine is just like a normal high school classroom, obviously doesn't look like it, but the size is pretty similar. Yeah, the biggest confit actually had was last year. I had entered a psychology, and that was a pretty big class. They probably let's say, if they're like, I don't know, maybe, like, eighty students, maybe even less maybe like fifty students, I'm not sure, But that was the biggest class, and he wasn't even that think. Probably fifty students idea all the classes here, since we're such a small school are pretty up a smaller side because it also gives you a good opportunity to get closer to your teacher, a professor or even be closer to the classmate. Even for sitting in the back, you're still pretty close. Oh, and teachers pretty much know every student you have one I want. They encourage you to go to office hours and all that, which is really nice. That's all about my classes that I really know what else to say. Yeah, there's so many Sony like departments here. There's an education like minor, where you could get assertive, forget a certification for to be a teacher. Or you could take classes at U Penn and maybe sometimes even Villanova, which is also really close by like a trick. It's worth more, so you don't need to worry about in transportation fees. Phil Nova's honestly walking distance maybe like fifteen twenty minutes. There's also accept a train to Philly and everything, and it's very convenient. I thought it would be much closer to the city, which is not. There is a train that takes you to the city in, like twenty thirty minutes, which is also nice.