- Class: Freshman
- Major: Psychology
- Gender: F
- High School: Highline High School
- Transfer Student: N
I absolutely love the size of Seattle University! Its not to small, and defintely not too big. The best thing about the school is the location, being an urban community is so much fun! There are so many things to do on campus and off that it is never boring and you seriously have the city of Seattle as your playground. The next best thing is the class sizes, as a freshmen, I have not had a class over the size of 30, and all my professors have known me and given me great feedback on papers and tests and it has really helped me to be a better student. People usually consider me kinda of a nerd for going to Seattle and maybe rich, because the tuition is rather steep. But to be honest, they give great financial aid packages and make it affordable, at least for me. The biggest controversies on campus are protests, which are awesome! You feel the energy and compassion of the students in what they believe.
All my professors know me by name. My favorite class was US history last quarter, my professor was awesome!!! The class was interesting and discussion was thought provoking and challenging of assumptions I had of US history. Seattle students have intellectual discussions all the time, especially political ones, with the upcoming heated election.
The kind of student that would feel left out is the student who doesn't care about their education and are all about partying. I feel that Seattle students are the perfect balance of work and play. Different types of students do interact which is what I love about the school. There are a lot of wealthy people here and not being one of them sometimes that is hard to deal with. Politically, most are left, but not all.
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