Campus isn't really diverse at all. As much as the school promotes diversity, it seems like everyone is in one way or another the same. It depends on how involved you get and who you hangout with
Bristol is a cute little town with great places to get takeout. Colt state park is a nice place to go for a run down by the water or to study outside. There are a lot of stores to go to for convenience needs. Newport is only 30 minutes away for more good restaurants and fun. Middletown and Portsmouth offer a lot of stores as well. It's a good idea to get off campus when you can, even for something as simple as getting milkshakes, because campus itself can get boring and repetitive. Go do something new off campus.
I haven't had an internship yet
As a psychology major, there is a good variety of classes to take. However, there isn't a huge selection for the many different ways a student can go with psychology. It's tough to take all the good interesting classes here because they may not be offered when you want them, or they get filled up too quickly. Psych students have to do an internship but the career makes it easier to find one that fits your interests.
For a division three school, the varsity teams are decently good. The facilities are great. The turf field is relatively new. We have soccer and lacrosse for men and women, and field hockey for women. There is a baseball and softball team, cross country, track and field, tennis for men and women. Swimming and diving for men and women. Women's and mens volleyball, wrestling, and men's and women's basketball. The main gym is one of the nicer of most D3 schools. The gym for working out has two levels which is nice and spacious with a lot of equipment.
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