Asking a first-year about her experience at loyola so far
Virtual Tours by Students
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Well, I chose the school for the student life, like compared to the other schools I was considering. Well, there's a lot of like emphasis on joining clubs and being like an active part of your community that I like. Um, I haven't really joined anything, but I like how many options there are doing things that some of my favorite things about Leola is, of course, a beautiful campus. Um, I do like how close all the buildings are to each other. I don't really have to struggle to get to classes on time. Um, I also like how many see any options there are here? Um, there's many options on where to sit where? The lounge, where to study. They do do a good job at keeping it interesting with the options. Um, we don't have that many outside restaurants or things like that which I wish we did. Um, I do kind of miss the difficult, like fast food restaurants that I have at home. One of the things I wasn't used to before coming to Loyola was the like the desire to go out. Um, I don't really like going out or partying or things like that, but I do notice that that is something that a lot of flail the students do like to do. Um, you know, it's on Friday nights or weekends. Um I'm so compared to other campuses, even in the area, we don't have that big, um our class sizes aren't as big, so that allows, like, for us to have a relationship with her professors. So compared to my other, like my high school friends who go to schools with classes around three hundred or five hundred or, you know, these really big class size is, in a way, they feel lost. Just don't feel recognized by their professors. Um, and that's not something that I have to deal with here at Leola. Don't workload. It's not that much, of course, like I have something to do every night. Like after put thought into my work, Um, but so far, I don't feel like I'm being extremely overwhelmed. Um, I like how open the teachers aren't you asking questions and how flexible they could be.