Meet claire! and hear about her experience in the business school at umd
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Claire and I'm an accounting major in this miss school business here at the University of Maryland. Wo i just Maryland because of thie incredible business school that we have here, and also because I'm an in state student and it's significantly cheaper. I love that the campus is so huge, and that is a big Ten school. So how would you describe the academic climate within the business school? Um, the business school is it's pretty intense. You've got to know what you're doing pretty much all the time. Other than that, like, everybody's so nice, all the teachers are always very more than willing to help you. Like if you go to office hours like it's really up to you how you do actinic. Truth on DH. How would you describe just the general student body at Maryland? Uh, generally, I'd say it's super chill like you're not going to see people. Like, with the exception of people in the business school, like doing interviews and stuff. Everybody's pretty much walking around in sweats. Uh, it's really comforting to see people dressed as casually as I am on campus, and everybody's always super nice, willing to give directions to freshmen, especially if you don't know where you're going with me. Then what is your favorite and least favorite part of being in Maryland? I've seen my fair part is where I live on campus right now. I live right next to the library, which is super fortunate, and I could just run over there and print whenever I want and also live right next to the dining halls like That's good, too. I'd say my least favorite part is how big the campuses as a whole. Not necessarily for me, because I'm in a living and learning program, which makes it a lot smaller, uh, student body wise. For people that live on North Campus, it could be hard. I could see how that could be hard getting to class because everybody is so far away. It could be a lot more confusing, but I'd say, like the sizes of plus and a downside.