Undeclared students all have the same advisor who sends out an email each semester saying there's too many of us for him to meet with us individually so we receive no guidance or help in choosing classes or deciding on a degree path. The nursing and science programs here are very competitive and challenging but the other departments can be gone through without too much effort.
I know nothing about internships for Harding. The main ones given are youth internship positions at churches and I have no desire to do one of those because I wouldn't be working towards a career or job experience. Females don't get to be youth ministers or preachers so it's just a way to make money over the summer if you want to.
For someone that enjoys basketball the athletic center is pretty good for pick up games but it closes at 10 every night. groups mainly hangout in dorm lobbies, the stu, or random locations on campus like academic buildings or sit down somewhere in a circle.
For someone that fits into the strict southern christian mold Harding is an amazing and safe place to be yourself where no one cares if you were sheltered or aren't a partier. If you don't fit into that mold then it's a place you don't fit in and can't be yourself because it's frowned upon or against the rules or just not harding appropriate. Being different is not encouraged.
The rules to obtain off campus housing make it hard to get approval and the town being small make options limited if a larger number of incoming seniors want off campus than graduated seniors.
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