University of North Carolina at Asheville   1 comment

This college kind of lines up with Hartford. It looks like it was built in the middle of a forest.

  • It’s a medium-small school (3500 students), with small, personal classes.
  • They like to help you construct your own major.
  • There is study abroad, but it’s much mush les popular than at some of the other colleges we’ve seen.
  • They help you find part-time jobs and internships.
  • A group rents bikes for free. And mountain bikes for $5…
  • The laundry texts you when it’s done. (Knock off of American.)
  • There are very few grad students, so they spend a lot of money and time on undergrads.
  • There are more nontraditional students than usual.
  • They have the best dorms yet. They are big, and you share a bathroom with one other pair of girls, instead of with a whole floor.
  • Asheville is artsy. Your students ID gets free bus transport.
  • It is a B+ school. I would be in the honors program, and I would probably get some sort of merit scholarship.
  • They do not have cognitive science. Psychology is very big, but neuroscience is only a newly formed minor.
  • It’s a state college, and apparently super cheap.
  • The girl who led our tour said she’s starting a Quidditch team.
  • I don’t know if I would ever get used to the southern accents.
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Posted June 30, 2010 by rachelternes in Uncategorized

One response to “University of North Carolina at Asheville

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  1. harry potter 😛

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