Tour GuideJoanne Tan
Hey Guys! Meet one of my best friends, Sarah! She is a junior studying Origins on the Pre-med track. She is also part of the Varsity Swim Team and Phi Delta Epsilon, the professions medical fraternity. Listen as she talks about the pros and cons of CWRU and why she loves it so much!
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She's gonna talk to you about a little bit about why she chose case and about the campus, So introduce yourself. Science is be a on the pre medicine track and then on campus, I I'm in a couple of organization, so I'm in fight Elsa of Salon, which is an international medical fraternity among the varsity swim team. Sarah, why did you choose case us in and out of all the many other schools that accepted you, Okay. I mean, I chose case because it was a really good combo of both what I wanted to do athletically. What I wanted to study academically and then also is really good financial option for me. So the case is very good at scholarships, is what I will say. It's a level of competition that is intense but good for people who want to focus more on academics. It's challenging enough here in case that I feel like I'm learning a lot, and I feel like it'll really help me in the future. Yeah, so it was like a combo of all three things I really wanted, So thanks. So how would you describe the student body on this campus? Uh, student body is quirky, is what I will say. I mean, a lot of people you talk to are really passionate about either the major like a club there in your everyone's passionate about something, and then a lot of people will have fun, little fun. Little like quality is basically like you get to know a lot of the people on the on the campus. Like, it's not like everyone's a stranger to each other, but it's really cool to see, like, a really passionate people. So how you describe the academic climate, he ahs a free as a premed, since it's like kind of ah is a very selective school. It's a very selective like profession in terms of going and getting into med school. So I definitely say academics are pretty intense, but also, I'd say it's not quite a cut. Throat is like I've heard at other schools like it's a very like, collaborative environment. Still were like, people help each other with homework and like, you won't just, like, leave someone hanging if they don't understand something. Lastly, what Your least favorite and most favorite part of campus Or about this school in general. What is my, um I'm gonna start with a favorite because Oh, no, I don't. Um, I would say my least favorite is probably how intense economics can be. A lot of folks, it could be kind of hard to balance your social life with your academic life because it's just like such a drive to be excellent in academic front. So sometimes your social life can suffer a little bit. You have to be, like, really proactive about doing things. Plenty of campus events, you know where to look at them. Then my favorite thing is probably so I said, I'm a swimmer and I really enjoy a swim team, but I kind of just like the club mentality is they have here. So when you join a club like everyone's very open, very encouraging of you, like try new things and then honestly get really bonded with, like, different groups of people. Like, it's easy to make friends here if you engage yourself on campus. So I think that's probably my favorite part of the people.