Even though it was a rainy day for our visit, this College way surpassed my expectations with their attention and focus on their students, small class sizes, internship program, friendly and welcoming faculty and student body and facilities.
The city is robust enough for everyone to enjoy but small enough to be manageable and intimate: incredible charm, so much available to do, incredible food, art, shopping and more. The campus, located in the city but with some campus areas…
Fairfield University, Fairfield, Connecticut- I visited the Fairfield University sprawling campus of over 200 acres, located in beautiful Fairfield CT, on August 18. This Jesuit, suburban institution has 3300 undergraduates allowing them plenty of research opportunities.
Florida Southern College, Lakeland, Florida- Very much liked this smaller liberal arts school that has a wide variety of majors, very active campus and nice setting on a lake with an eclectic, social town.
As you drive through the largest city in New Hampshire (Population 110k), you turn down Elm Street, which is bustling with restaurants, business’s and patrons, make a right down one of the side streets and there is New Hampshire Institute of Art.
University of Rhode Island: As you exit off of 95 with URI as your destination, during the 10 mile trip it is clear you are in New England as you view sprawling farm land and the quaint architecture along the way.
If you love the thought of waking up and overlooking the Caribbean, having a beach just down the road, the warm, and sometimes hot, weather, University of the Virgin Islands may be just the place to spend your higher education years.