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Reviews 71 total reviews with an average rating of 3.5

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4 College Junior

Academics: Teaching staff is extremely fair but have high standards and want to see each and every student succeed.

4 College Junior

Diversity: The diversity acceptance is great. I've not seen any issues between students because of race, ethnicity, or beliefs.

4 College Sophomore

Overall Experience: This is my first semester at St. Gregory's, but I have rather enjoyed my first semester here. The professors have all been friendly, caring, and professional. The class sizes are about average, some smaller than others.

3 College Sophomore

Health & Safety: I have never had an issue with health and safety on campus. I bring my children to campus often and have not had an issue with their safety either.

4 College Sophomore

Overall Experience: I have always supported St. Gregory's University, even before I became Catholic. The teaching staff is fantastic, or at least those I have had classes with anyway. There is always a smile on their faces and their willingness to help their students is out of this world.

4 College Freshman

Health & Safety: Security measures on campus are above and beyond. The school values each student's safety and security. A Catholic and private school, St. Gregory's is a place that uses conservative values greatly. Security cameras are placed all over the campus and scan doors are present before all the dorm halls. Those who get into poor situations are usually breaking some sort of rule of security.

4 College Freshman

Overall Experience: The small community makes for great personable relationships with professors. The course quality is fair, some classes aren't as serious as others. Most professors take pride in their given class and help students push towards their goals. Class sizes are small with personal style.

3 College Freshman

Overall Experience: As a freshman, answering on the quality of internships and job marketing isn't in my knowledge. The alumni network is tight knit and alumni take pride in showing up for events.

3 College Freshman

Campus Housing: The dorm rooms are nice in size and are clean but stay dusty. There aren't many amenities to campus housing. The main perk about dorm life is that each hall is lined with a scan door that has to be accessed with an ID. St. Gregory's is a smaller campus so the social life ties everyone together.

3 College Freshman

Greek Life: Greek life is a very small aspect. St. Gregory's only has two sororities and one fraternity.

3 College Freshman

Athletics: Athletics at my school are a big part of student life only because sports are a majority of the student body. Student involvement is mediocre. Team performance and fan support is subpar. School spirit is considerably low and athletic facilities are out of date and too small. Either students are Catholic or athletes.

3 College Freshman

Overall Experience: My favorite experience of St. Gregory's is being able to play college golf. St. Gregory's is unique because it is a Catholic University. I wouldn't choose this college again because it is not my fit.

4 College Sophomore

Overall Experience: I absolutely love going to school. It has helped me in many different ways already. The adult education program at my school is really there to help you succeed in every way possible, if you are struggling with a class they make sure to get you the help you need.

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3 College Junior

Greek Life: The Greek students are proud of their participation in their sororities/fraternity, but other students are mostly indifferent. People get involved in Greek life for the friend group and the parties.

3 College Junior

Athletics: In all honesty, our athletics programs are not fantastic. We are not a large school, so the chances of going pro or getting really good is slim. Athletes tend to be too much of a focus, resulting in distraction from other campus activities and from academics.

3 College Junior

Off-Campus Housing: Our school requires students to live on campus unless you are 21 and a Senior, or are a special case. I personally enjoy living on campus, and wouldn't want to put in the driving time, even though I would enjoy having an apartment instead of a dorm room.

3 College Junior

Off-Campus Dining: There is something for every palate and wallet. We have the basic chain food restaurants, mom-and-pop places, decent Mexican and Chinese food, places to get frozen yogurt, etc.

3 College Junior

Administration: We have very strict visitation policies in the dorms. The door has to be open a certain distance, and visitation hours are strictly enforced. I appreciate these measures, as they are designed to keep people safe, not to hinder relationships.

All our professors are fair, and if you put in the time and effort you will get good results. The school has good policies regarding student organizations, and is fair when students want to do something large-scale, or start a new organization.

3 College Junior

Campus Food: The food is hit or miss. Sometimes it's all good, sometimes some of it's good, and sometimes it's no good. You can't mess up the salad and sandwich bar, the cereal bar, and the bagel bar. It's 'real' food that becomes a problem. The variety is good, but the quality isn't always fantastic. I love soup, so it's disappointing when they make something with fake cheese or that simply doesn't taste or look good. I love when they have stir fry, and a make-your-own dish station.

We have a set amount of cyber cash that comes with our meal plans, and often times it's difficult to use all our cyber cash. We feel like we have to use it, because if we don't it just goes to the cafeteria, we don't get reimbursed. I visited a college that made a deal with the fast food restaurants in the town to allow students to use their 'cyber cash' to purchase food off campus. This would be really cool, and would allow us to get the most out of our meal plans.

3 College Junior

Scholarships: At my school, the biggest thing to remember is to communicate. The more you talk to the admissions and financial aid personnel the more likely you are to get scholarships. Our campus community is one where you can choose how involved you are going to be. So if you make it clear from the beginning that you want to attend this college, and you are excited to contribute to the community, we will work with you to make that happen.

4 College Junior

Campus Housing: I enjoy living on campus because of the community. In the dorms there is not a lot of large-group interactions, it's mostly just a few friends visiting rooms. However, outside the dorms, the community comes together in a variety of ways. While there are clear, stereotypical groups (jocks, nerds, etc), the community as a whole is friendly with one another and with visitors.

As an introvert, I love having my own room, but the suite-style rooms allows me to have my space, while still having quick access to my best friend.

3 College Senior

Scholarships: The financial aid staff are very helpful in getting the aid you need.

4 College Freshman

Off-Campus Dining: Down the road, there is a street full of fast food restaurants. However, not all of the choices are healthy.

3 College Freshman

Scholarships: It was very confusing. It still kind of is. Since I am the first of the family to go to college, applying for financial aid was very difficult. It took multiple tries to finally finish it.

4 College Freshman

Health & Safety: Since our school is very small, campus police officers are always roaming around.

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