Off campus dining has the same variety as I did back home. They have a lot of the places I really enjoy but the only downfall is they aren't open real late.
Student life on campus is extremely welcoming. There are a good amount of places to go between classes and the school really encourages the use of the student centers and tutors that are available. Greek life is a large part of the campus because athletics are not their main priority on the campus. Everyone encourages you to get involved and everyone I have talked to has talked about their love for the school and how they are proud to be a Norse.
The food and restaurants provided on campus are okay, some prices can be a little outrageous for certain selections.
Our campus provides extra help out of the class room for certain subjects, if I have friends if similar classes we usually tend to study together and provide ideas to help each other out. The professors are easy to approach and most of the extra credit is worth doing to help boosts those grades up, even if those grades help you when its Finals week!
It's amazing, you don't just focus on one media, you get to experience ones you are not normally use to and it becomes one of the best classes to take. Some art professors will let you listen to music from your own selections or they turn on the radio to help ease the atmosphere while you work. The workloads can seem a lot, but can it can be done. I was not a big ceramist or painter, but taking the classes was an experience that I enjoyed learning!
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