Virtual Tours by Students
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Um, so my professors have been really, really helpful. I came to Lou because I wanted a Jesuit education because I wanted to do a lot of community service. I think that my professor's, ah, lot of whom are priests, I would say it's about fifty fifty. They just can't be an education that isn't solely based in finance or marketing, or even. I think our professor's really, really push that. I've learned a lot about myself from my classes. E They give us clear office hours, which is really, really helpful. They're always available through email through poodle, anything a lot of teachers actually give us or give us their cell phone numbers if we ever needed. I've never had to do that, but I know some friends you have. It's also really hard to fly home like sometimes there's only like a flight, maybe to probably a five in the morning. So it's really hard for me to go home, and a lot of teachers offer um, students the opportunity to come spend Thanksgiving with them in their family because they usually live around here. There's a lot of things, especially your freshman year, where you go out with your professors to tenor sometimes and just you like class events. Another thing is, I'm really bonded with a lot of my business professors, and I know that at any point, if I ever needed to contact them, probably through and is that a third party? Um, probably through some sort of website I can. I know that I will always be able to do that, which is just really, really reassuring as I end as I enter the business world.