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Big school, or small school? That's the question a lot of individuals face when choosing a college. And in the laundry list of factors that goes into choosing a college, size and type are often at the top in terms of importance. Here are the top five reasons to consider a small, liberal arts college or university…
5. Community. It's a rarity to walk anywhere on a smaller campus and not see someone you know. Sheer numbers are a big part of that, but so is the fact that everyone on campus seems to be involved in something. If you play a sport, write for the school newspaper, sing in the choir and work in the dining hall, you might be a student at one of these schools. Seems like a busy life, but the camaraderie is hard to beat at larger institutions.
4. Scholarships and financial aid....
So what's it like at a small, private, Christian College in PA around finals? Well, these two videos tell the story. It's all about community and coming together to strengthen, encourage and at times entertain each other.
President and Mrs. Thyreen hold the annual President's Late Night Breakfast on the first night of finals. It's a chance for students to come together, get a great meal cooked and served by the university administrators and prepare for the week ahead.
The Student Activities Board prepares for finals week by making care packages for students. These care packages are paid for by parents of students and are delivered just in time for finals.
If you'd like to be a part of a small, engaged, Christian university in Pennsylvania, click here to find out more about Waynesburg University.