- Class: Sophomore
- Major: Psychology
- Gender: F
- High School:
- Transfer Student: N
The size of SJU is just right for me, it is not too big that you don't know anyone in your classes but it is also not too small so you have many opportunities to meet new people and make new friends. When i am on campus my favorite place to be would be campion student center, I love sitting at the Alpha Phi table in the cafeteria with all of my sisters and being able to see so many of my friends in one place.
Here at SJU, the professors actually get to know who you are. If you are having trouble in a class they are more than willing to help you and get you where you need to be. Class participation is very common, in most classes people are not afraid to speak their mind and speaking out is encouraged.
The student body here at SJU is not that diverse, when you look around campion at the tables during free period you will see each sorority and fraternity at their particular table, the service kids sit together, we all get along with one another but stick mainly to our own tables and areas.
The Best Things
The Worst Things
SJU Security- give too many unnecessary parking tickets, escorts do not come quickly enough, need to focus more on student safety than on parking