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I am attending the University of Tennessee because I wished to attend college outside my home state of Michigan. I was impressed by the track and field program that I will be a part of. I knew it had an excellent business school. The city of Knoxville and the campus are amazing. There is so much to do in the city and surrounding areas.
I find the course curriculum extremely well structured. As with a university, it depends on the class and the professor but I think the university does an excellent job structuring their individual course curriculum.
I loved what I read online about college! It is very diverse with students from all over the country. They offer many different programs and clubs. I could get the chance to study abroad in many different countries.
I think the curriculum is a little challenging but not too difficult.
I opt for this one because it was cheaper and closer to home. With scholarship and some loan I didn't have to pay out of pocket immediately. And total cost was less than $2000. UT is also among the top 150 universities.
It's not that bad. Some subjects are a bit blurry and not clear. It's a bit tough as well, and the professors goes really fast. Usually covering one subject all in one day. Really confusing sometimes.
I got a full ride for this college and my brother went there and had a great experience. The theatre department also had a Lord D theatre on campus that we got to collaborate with and participate in shows with.
There is a lot of Gen Ed's which can feel like a waste of time at some points. It seemed excessive at times because I wanted to focus on my major requirements and extracurricular activities that would help me with my career.
I was eligible for in-state tuition, which was probably the big selling point. When I toured I absolutely loved it, and I got that "I belong here" feeling. I knew all along that I wanted to attend a really large SEC school.
I like the course curriculum really. I think it's challenging but very valuable. I also enjoy studying and find it to be easier than anticipated due to the fact that I enjoy the subject matter. If you enjoy what you do, you never work a day in your life, you know.