based on 4 students ratings
I loved the balance between academics and fun. I loved how collaborative friendly and happy it is. And I love the flexibility across schools. For example, I am majoring and double minoring across three of the five schools. I learned about this college through word of mouth in my town. It is always very popular among high scholars in my town and so many people talk about it and I was encouraged to apply.
I love the curriculum. There are many classes you can take just because you want to, and the requirements are very broad to provide flexibility.
WashU is a great school offering a program focused on Movement System Impairments, which is what I am interested in practicing as a clinician. It is also a top-ranked program and the city of St. Louis is very reasonable to live in.
It is a great program focused on the Movement System. This is more unique than other programs because it was created at WashU so all of our faculty and staff are very passionate about the curriculum topics.
It was the best value because I got a full scholarship/highest rank. Also when I visited I could imagine a high quality of life for myself due to the beautiful dorms and yummy food. It was big enough that I could meet new people every day if I wanted to but not big enough that I would feel lost.
I really like it, it doesn't feel restricting to me at all, and even in the "required" classes there is a lot of freedom into which ones you can take- i.e. any humanities, or cultural diversity class you want, and I love that it has pushed me to go out of my comfort zone while still choosing areas that are of interest to me.
The diversity and welcoming feel were what drew me to this college. I loved the unique majors there, and that I could pursue different areas of study at the same time. It was also just the right distance away from home for me (6-hour drive) which was nice. I chose to stay in the midwest.
The core curriculum consists of a wide variety of courses in different subjects of study, which provides students with a well-rounded background in those areas. On top of that, the courses available for students to take are endless. There is a huge variety of classes you can take no matter which school of study you are in.