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3 College Freshman

Off-Campus Housing: Off campus housing is available. All the houses are along the edge of campus and you can see which ones they are because they are all painted in fun colors. Most students live on campus though

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5 College Freshman

Parking: A lot of good accessible parking near wherever it is you are going. All academic buildings and dorms have accessible parking.

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4 College Freshman

Majors: Very easy to get into a program and/or change programs.

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5 College Freshman

Campus Dining: There are so many dining options. On campus there is subway, sports bar, bakery, farmers market, steak house, 2 starbucks, diner, grille, chik-fil-a and of course the caf. Many options and variety

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4 College Freshman

Weather: Only rains once or twice a month! Typically very sunny. Winters are tricky because one day it could be 30F and then the next it can be 60F

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3 College Freshman

Campus Strictness: Campus strictness is at the right level. Campus security does a good job and keeping the campus safe and typically will NOT bust you for alcohol. Drugs you can easily get in trouble for. The only real issue is RA's that can be nosey in your business. But if campus security sees you with a beer they most likely won't write you up but they might take it away or tell you to pour it out.

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2 College Freshman

Local Atmosphere: The town of High Point and surrounding towns are 'depressed' and you do not normally go off campus to do anything other than go to the 1 or 2 bars or to get some fast food. If you do leave campus you should use a car, nothing is walking distance.

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3 College Freshman

Athletics: High Point is a D1 school and plenty of people attend the games but I do not think that the sports are a big part of High Point life.

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5 College Freshman

Computers: There is always a free computer to use. The library has about 75 computers and only 10% of them are used at any time. The Learning Commons have 20 computers as well.

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5 College Freshman

Health & Safety: Everything is gated in on campus. Any entrance has a guard station and they can recognize students so they typically don't bother them but if someone doesn't look like a student they will definitely stop them. Campus is extremely safe. Every inch of the campus is well lit and campus security drives around in their dodge chargers.

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4 College Freshman

Overall Experience: High Point has an extraordinary campus. Life if very easy here but that being said it can be a little 'fake' at times. But overall with the Dr. Qubein doing a great job with developing this school, i love it here. Academics are at the right level for me and the resources that we are given are more than enough to get a great education. Dorms are incredible. Food has many option including on campus steak house, sports grill and bakery. Nightlife if alright; mostly at frats.

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2 College Sophomore

Parking: Spots can be difficult to find. You will not always get to park by your dorm.

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3 College Sophomore

Majors: Very good resources for majors.

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Alex Palmer
Hometown
Lawrenceville NJ
Major
European History/Performance Theatre
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Overall, the HPU experience is nothing less than “extraordinary." Most students are happy to be attending such a fantastic school and are actually sad to be going home at breaks. The campus has such a welcoming atmosphere that students feel that they are at home no matter how far they have to travel to get there. Students become so involved with friends, clubs, sports, and organizations on campus that leaving all of that to go home is sad for a lot of students. When it comes to preparing students for the future, High Point gives them every opportunity, and all they have to do is take it. High Point produces well-rounded students who are prepared to enter graduate school or the job market as soon as they graduate. With a focus on a real world experience in the University's education, students leave HPU with the competence to jump into the workforce. Through internships and hands-on classroom work, students can feel confident they have the skills to succeed.

High Point is different from so many other schools because it is a small school with large-school facilities. The University has the resources of big schools, but the friendly and caring atmosphere and personal attention of a smaller institution. Professors know students by name and take an interest with what they are doing in and out of the classroom. High Point values a student's whole education, not what is just limited to the classroom. The professors and administration work on molding students not just academically, but also instilling in them a sense of generosity, self-awareness, and kindness toward their environment and fellow man.

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