Standard classroom in silver
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My help that now would be a good time to show you guys what you standard and why you classroom looks like, so. Basically, we've got the chairs, you know, standard classroom size. This one's gonna be about thirty to twenty students whiteboard and we have a projector for the teacher to project their slides. I'll show you guys the view from outside this's in the silver building. So even though I'm a drama student, you're able to take classes basically anywhere at GNU. So even if you're not in the silver school, you could still take classes at the Silver building, which is what I'm doing. So standard discussion based classes are capped around twenty to thirty students, and then the lecture classes are capped around one hundred students. Last year, when I took my lecture class, we were broken up into seminar groups, which were capped around twenty students again. So you really get that one on one time with professors. As for office hours, most professors that I know actually don't hold office hours. Or if they do, they are by appointment because there's just so many students at noon. You it can get hard to like keep track of students or if they have open office hours, they're filled up really quickly, so it's usually more convenient.