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3 College Freshman

Off-Campus Housing: I haven't looked into it so I honestly do not know anything about it

3 College Freshman

Party Scene: I stay in a quieter dorm and am not a partier so I cannot really say where the parties are

3 College Freshman

Off-Campus Dining: No student discounts that I am aware of and a lot of the places to eat are chain restaurants or to expensive

3 College Freshman

Administration: I feel that when I went through orientation it made it sound like it would be stricter and campus security would assist but I feel that really isn't the case

4 College Freshman

Scholarships: Any time I had questions I juts had to call and someone was ready to assist me

3 College Freshman

Campus Food: Sometimes the food is to bland and seems like it has been sitting there to long

3 College Freshman

Campus Housing: I love how close I am to my classes and the dorms themselves. I am not a partier so I do find it difficult to deal with people running and yelling down the halls or partying in their rooms when I am trying to study.

2 College Junior

Off-Campus Dining: Mostly pizza, chinese, and fast food. Not much else to pick from, especially as a broke college student.

3 College Junior

Administration: There isn't a lot of rules, and when you break them, most of the time you get caught, as long as someone reports you. I'm sure a lot goes on that people aren't away of,

4 College Junior

Scholarships: I was given a $10,000 scholarship upon acceptance, and I have received grants and other small scholarships that I wasn't expecting. out of $32,000 i only end up paying about $8000

2 College Junior

Campus Food: Very little vegetarian options, so most of the time I don't really eat. Steve does a lot to help, including telling me what is available, but most of the options are either cold and have been sitting out for a while, or not very good.

3 College Junior

Campus Housing: The rooms are a decent size, although the singles are kind of small. The walls are thin, so noisy neighbors will keep you up all night, and you are almost guaranteed to have a noisy neighbor, at least in my experience. There are my different options when it comes to type of housing, though, since we have an array of dorms ranging from low community to high community (village doesn't have a connecting hall way, and the doors lead right outside, while Town Houses have two floors of rooms, a common area, and two bathrooms). The housing lottery is simple, but there are a lot of rules that can make it difficult to get the housing arrangement you want, and the school is more expensive than a university, but not as expensive as it could be.

1 College Freshman

Greek Life: We got rid of the one frat that ever existed on campus

3 College Freshman

Off-Campus Housing: I am currently looking for an apartment in the surrounding area to the college.

3 College Freshman

Off-Campus Dining: I don't get much off campus except for Dunkins and sometimes McDonalds

2 College Freshman

Party Scene: Not many parties happen on campus, I usually go off campus when I want to find a party. Otherwise, when people try to set something up on campus, it will eventually get busted

3 College Freshman

Administration: I have my favorites in the Public Safety department, they are very friendly and tend to get to know the students on a personal level, and they are here to help more than discipline

3 College Freshman

Scholarships: I didn't have that much of a hassle with the financial aid department, any questions, don't be afraid to ask them.

3 College Freshman

Campus Housing: It's not personally the best option for me. The college is very small, and socially you feel like you're back in high school, but you live at school. Second semester has been a lot quieter, which is a good sign, but living so close to each other can become stressful. For me, there is too many distractions, and not enough of a distinction between the social and academic aspects of the way college should be.

5 College Freshman

Majors: My school has many connections to businesses and organizations across the state, and the rest of New England. I have an internship program set up for this May, and that couldn't have happened without my school's help. I don't have any concerns about finding another internship in another year or two.

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3 College Freshman

Off-Campus Dining: The off-campus dining options include a couple fast food options, but they don't stay open late often. Other options include restaurants that can be very expensive. Many offer student discounts, and are generally convenient.

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3 College Freshman

Party Scene: Party scene is fairly tame. Most occur on the weekends, and the majority stay under control. However, I don't think the party scene has a very positive impact on the student experience, mostly because the parties consist of drinking.

3 College Freshman

Administration: Sometimes I think the administration can be too strict on students who are just trying to have some fun, and are not being malicious. That being said, they do respect all students despite GPA or their social background.

4 College Freshman

Scholarships: I received the highest available scholarship at my school, and the best advice I can give to scholarship applicants is to keep your grades up as high as possible, and participate in a number of clubs and other extracurricular activities. It was stressful ensuring all my expenses were paid for, but eventually everything was sorted and I had a successful experience with the financial aid process.

4 College Freshman

Athletics: Gym just got a whole makeover, with brand-new equipment to be used by all students and faculty. Lot of work gets put in to maintain facilities.

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Thomas College has a very warm atmosphere with friendly faces and someone always there to help. It is a small campus with numerous resources, and it does not take long to get to know the faculty and staff. Students here are treated with respect, and you will learn all you need to in order to start a successful career. Thomas students grow and learn every day, and the importance of building a professional attitude is a big focus. The greatest part about the College is its size—you can easily get involved, professors know you by name, and you are not just a number in a classroom. The classes are also small, with an average of 20 students or less. This is a popular reason why students choose Thomas College.

Everyone is here to help at Thomas. Starting as early as Orientation, first-year students will see first-hand how helpful and enthusiastic everyone is in the Thomas community. It is very easy to stay busy on campus, as well. There are multiple organizations and clubs that meet weekly with a focus on making the Thomas community a better place for all. It’s important to get involved because meeting new people and networking in college is certainly a benefit for any student. Participation in on-campus organizations can help when putting together your resume, and the connections you make may one day help you achieve your goals.

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