I have no idea what it's like to be an undergrad. The doctoral students are on campus for a very limited time and purpose
I don't drink or use, or hang out with those who do, so I really have no idea; our cohort goes to dinner, maybe half will have an alcoholic beverage.
It's hard to know; we don't have much interaction with undergraduates or master's level students
There was only one scholarship for $1000 that I qualified for and I got it. I am to be a graduate assistant but the paperwork has not come through, it is only going to be for 2 or 3 credits, but without the paperwork, it is hard to plan for the amount of money and time.
It's a small school which is the plus and negative of it all. Graduates tend to be see as better prepared than the students from the big state school next door.
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