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3 College Freshman

Scholarships: I would recommend finding as many scholarships from outside sources as possible, because unless you had pretty good grades in high school, you will need to pay a good amount of money. I had good grades in high school, and I still had to give out 3,000 dollars a semester (which is why I'm searching for independent scholarships as well).

3 College Freshman

Party Scene: There aren't that many parties (that I know of). Most of the time, if there is a party, it will be at one of the frat houses, but those are a little off campus and aren't usually worth walking out there.

3 College Freshman

Campus Housing: Living on campus is pretty average, and is what you would expect at a smaller campus. The dorms are clean, and the kids are nice, but it isn't like staying at a 5-star hotel. The closeness to the classes is very nice, however. But this is to be expected at a smaller campus and school, but is still very nice. I'm no more than a 3 minutes walk away from my classes.

4 College Student

Party Scene: People of different attitudes hang together. There is always some sort of gathering on the weekends.

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4 College Student

Administration: They are extremely helpful and will do anything to accommodate your needs. They are are very strongly opinionated on you success.

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4 College Student

Health & Safety: There are lighted walkways. If you want a ride to a hall that is of some distance , all you have to do is call security from one of the many call stations and they will pick you up and take you wherever you want to go. Also if you are sick and need to go to a pharmacy in the town , they are more than willing to take you there and wait in you.

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4 College Student

Athletics: It's great. Everyone supports the teams. We have a very nice field and the training facility is excellent It is also open to all students

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3 College Student

Greek Life: There are several frat houses. They treat me as anybody else. I think they have a positive effect on the school.

3 College Student

Majors: I am majoring in nursing. First I had to get accepted to the college and then get accepted to the nursing major. The act score had to be at least a 23. However I only had a 22. But wth my 3.8 accumulive GPA, I was accepted. So the process was very easy.

3 College Student

Off-Campus Housing: Most rentals are old and pricey. I would advise living on campus as most of the dorms are in very good shape and is convenient.

4 College Student

Campus Quality: They have a new athletic facility. There are always activities in the weekend. They have great hang outs for students including billiards and a snack area. The greens are gorgeous and are very spacious. The dining area is huge and offers many different types of food. The pool is open for ample time. The library is very helpful and provides computers for those who don't have laptops.

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4 College Student

Overall Experience: Classrooms are usually small in numbers of students. The professors are extremely helpful and know you on a personal level. The courses are perfectly orchestrated The classrooms are clean and offer excellent teaching.

4 College Student

Overall Experience: They are very helpful in job placement. My recruiter was very nice and helped me through the entire process. They have a strong repeat enrollment percentage and are very helpful in job placement. I feel they are held in very high regard as far as education and placement.

3 College Student

Guys & Girls: Very diverse status. After all people are different and most are accepted with their own personality.

3 College Student

Campus Housing: It's okay. Somewhat small and sharif a restroom isn't very pleasant.

3 College Freshman

Campus Housing: The underclassmen housing is okay. Not very spacious but kept up with alright. The cleaning ladies are great and always keep it sparkling; even if some dorm residents don't always respect them. Most housing is pretty close to the majority of the buildings that hold classes, some even have classrooms inside the building.

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3 College Freshman

Party Scene: The parties are for everyone and seem to only be really fun if you're willing to get drunk off your ass almost as soon as you get there. The themed parties are the best, but watch what you do at ATO.

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3 College Freshman

Greek Life: Greek Week can be obnoxious but besides that, the Greek and non-Greek students co-exist fine. Everyone participates in events and supports fellow students.

3 College Freshman

Athletics: Everything here is about football. The other sports don't really get to shine, at least not in the fall. The student section isn't the best but we sure are loyal to the team. The intramurals don't get a lot of advertisement and it's hard to find out what there is.

5 College Freshman

Academics: The teachers are willing to help and do what they can to get you where you need to be. The variety of types of classes and how many of a certain class is offered is fabulous. The workload ranges, but it's not always that terrible. Registration sucks, but it sucks anywhere.

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3 College Freshman

Scholarships: There isn't a lot of scholarship opportunity, and it can be difficult finding out about scholarships within the school. But they are willing to help you find outside scholarships, just can be hard to get ahold of someone who is free to talk.

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3 College Freshman

Campus Food: The B&B is totally worth not getting the unlimited cafeteria plan. The cafeteria doesn't have a whole lot of variety and the food can be mediocre. Especially the soups and meats in the homestyle area. But late night snacks are usually good. The workers at the B&B are always nice and willing to adjust menu items for the customer.

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4 College Freshman

Health & Safety: They try to keep awareness of assault and drinking issues very high. Walkways are well lit and the campus building usually have some sort of lighting as well. There's several alert systems in place in case of an emergency on campus.

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4 College Freshman

Off-Campus Dining: There's a lot around and most places have some sort of agreement with the school considering the school cards, but there isn't a whole lot of healthy eating variety.

College Freshman

Off-Campus Housing: Its certainly preferable to living on campus, even though Alliance is super sketchy. Get some friends together and buy/rent a house down by the hospital.

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It may be cliché, but it's true: At Mount Union, you really are a name and not a number. The small size of campus makes it easy to meet people—professors, staff members, and other students—and to really find your niche. Students love the small class sizes, individual attention from professors, and the close-knit feel of campus. If you take advantage of opportunities like student organizations, study abroad, athletics, Greek life, and whatever else interests you, it won't be long before Mount ceases to be just a school and becomes a home. Like its students, the University is constantly striving to expand its own horizons, with new facilities, programs, and opportunities for growth that you won't find at other schools of its size. Mount Union graduates leave with great friends, amazing life experiences, and a strong education, and most go on to become successful and fiercely loyal alumni.

There are a handful of things Mount Union students would change about their college, but when it comes down to it, most of them would still choose Mount if they had to do it all over again. Sure, we'd all like more quesadillas in the dining hall, and it'd be great if there were more to do in Alliance, but those aren't the things that make or break the University. The atmosphere and feeling of community on campus is what brings students to Mount, keeps them there, and makes them Purple Raiders for life.

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