the classroom experience at loyola!
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The last thing I want to talk to you guys about is the classroom experience that you get at Loyola's. Usually in your first two years, you complete your core classes, which is literally like the basis of every chorus. Loyola, since loyal, focuses a lot on getting a well rounded sort of education, so you don't usually take classes only in your major. We do offer a lot of core classes, so things would be like theology writing, class, math class and all that just so like, have yourself have a basic understanding of all those courses that contribute towards graduation for a lot of the core classes that I have taken. Office hours are not intimidating at all, and they have no reason to be intimidating. So literally going to office hours for any of your professors should not be on the bottom of your list to do because they're always out to, like, help you and all that good stuff. It usually fits up to like maybe forty people at most, lecture halls are pretty big because they fit in my experience. It was just everyone taking bio or like chemistry in one large room and usually just funnels out as you go up into your major. The labs heir ginormous to say the least lab stretch over two to three classrooms, and they fit like, I want to say, around sixty seventy people in each, like Kem Lab. Piano labs are the same kind of deal for music majors, but in the sense that is smaller, like a sh like the bio lab classes. I've not had many experiences with lecture halls except for in my larger some classes. Like Jen Bio and all that, I think that's really also next video is about all the things you need to know is the prospect of a freshman at Loyola.