I do not leave campus very much. The town is small
Tonnes of options and variety and chances to create something new.
The administration are strict on the things that matter most and pertain to academic integrity and student safety. Other than that, they know we work hard and therefore a way to let off some steam.
The application process is simple and basically almost every single student who goes here has some form of financial aid or scholarship. Knox was founded, partially, on the principle that eduction should be available to all who want it and are willing to work hard on it.
I've honestly come to love this school more and more, the longer I've been here. I've gotten excited about projects that my professors have helped me find. I've been pushed out of my comfort zone multiple times and whilst it's not too pleasant to begin with, I eventually see that's a learning experience and I'm grateful that they don't let me stay in my box.
I've also really enjoyed some of the volunteering that I've done as an Orientation Leader, and as a lunch host. Similarly, I've really enjoyed being a tour guide and ambassador for the admissions office because even though I can be shy these are all opportunities for me to push myself and open up by talking to various people.
I'm really glad I chose Knox and I would definitely choose it again if I had to. There are just soo many things that Knox has made possible for me. I switched my majors to the one thing that I had thought I could never do, music-vocal performance, and Knox gave me that..
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