- Class: Junior
- Major: Business
- Gender: F
- High School:
- Transfer Student: Y
It's the non-Ivy Ivy school. Off-campus housing is expensive. MSB grads have the 2nd highest starting salaries of b-school undergrads.
Professors do make an effort to learn everyone's name, even in my Philosophy lecture of 75. Students work hard and play hard. Certain majors focus on getting a job, others on learning for learning's sake.
Honestly, students from lower income families might tend to feel a bit out of place here. It seems everyone I meet is studying a foreign language (or three) or is fluent in one or more languages. Lunch tables: Athletes, Academics, Future Trophy Wives, Future Presidents (and husbands of trophy wives). Someone told me at Orientation, "80% of Hoyas marry another Hoya, and 50% of students believe everything they hear at Orientation."
The Best Things
Saying you go to Georgetown and people being jealous.
The Worst Things