Student to professor ratio: the truth at binghamton
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So the student of faculty ratio here at Binghamton is seventeen to one. Although I personally have never had a class that's as small as seventeen, you have you more like I feel like most of my classes are Which class? So, yeah, we had, like, a language class that was really small, but it was ancient Greek. So most of my classes, I'd say a large Yeah, most. Um, since I'm an Esso, I migh have smaller classes, but they're still like forty to fifty people. Something that's really cool is like the professor is here, really want to make like they really kind of want to get to know you. If you got to know your professor and you're struggling, they'll be more likely to give you a better grade because you're really going to them to see their office hours. So every single week, your professor is required to have a certain amount of office hours or you can go and see them and get help. Like a lot of the classes you have ta so mostly for the larger classes they have. Ta is where you can go to TA office hours as well, and you kind of just like, figure out what's going on. If you're struggling with something I know last year was going through a lot. I went to my tears, office hours a lot, and he kind of helped me with my grade so that I could do better. It was like That's something that's really cool about Binghamton.