Saunders college of business
Virtual Tours by Students
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So we're in front of my favorite academic building, which is my college building. No one really goes based off of that, but it's the Saunders College of Business, the It's one of the smaller colleges on campus. I think this college and then the College of Liberal Arts are two smallest colleges on campus. It's two stories, and then there's a basement kind of. It's a weird half story where the offices are on the first floor. Then there's another lab in the back classrooms all around multipurpose room. That's where you'LL find your academic advisers. Those type of offices air down there on the second floor. I think there's a lecture hall on the second floor, along with the first floor. Some classes are more lecture base, so you are going to be in that type of setting where it's a lot of kids in one room and you're all listening to someone lecture A lot of them are discussion based just because it is business. So you're gonna work in groups really often classrooms. I'll probably show examples of each of those classrooms in the building itself, though there's a lot of natural light, and I appreciate that. I really like sunlight, and it's right next to the bus does pro tip. For most of the year, it's gonna be really cooled, and you're not gonna want to go to class a way to get yourself to class. That is especially convenient for me because the bus stop is right there is that the buses they run from Most are housing places. There's some other housing places that have their own buses that'LL come on campus. It's the main bus stop that's on academic side on dorm side, where Kate Gleason Hall is right outside of that, there's gonna bust up right there. If you have the app and you download it, just check the bus schedule on kind of understand what it's going to come in relation to your classes because then it only takes four minutes for you to ride the bus over here rather than like ten to fifteen minutes walking in the cold. You're more likely to go to class and you get to class faster. I started doing it second semester, but I wish you would have done it first semester, especially when I started getting cold, because you lose that motivation to get to class when it's no and especially the way they are. It is built because it's all brick buildings and create wind tunnels and the cold isn't as bad as the wind. The wind is what is painful and terrible and not fun. Yeah, the workload that you have depending on your major, depending on your college, it really depends on what you're doing. There's gonna be a lot of homework without a lot of practice because there's no other way that you really practice that some courses you're spending the entire year making a major project you presented at the end of the year. Obscure projects, individual it really depends on the classes that you're taking. So you have to look into what that course work is going to be. Todo si What courses are necessary? Look at those classes. He has their own version of that called open evils, which is another good resource. So this is one of the labs in the building for looking well that this is politics. Are those type of offices on the second they're ISS. More office is right.