DePaul is a good choice for those who want urban living
I wanted to study political science and knew that being in a big city would help me. The internships and opportunities to follow politics were really important to me as well. I also like that the classroom sizes were smaller.
I really liked the courses. It's a liberal arts college so there were a lot of required subjects but you got to chose which specific classes you took. Even I. Smaller majors there were a lot of options to choose from.
Every class was different. It was a mix of written exams that were essay and or multiple choice based. It's a quarter system so there are only 10 weeks each quarter. Most classes had 2 to 3 exams. I had one foreign language class that had oral exams.
I loved almost all of the professors I had. A lot of them were still active in their fields and had a lot of experience. They really took the time to get to know you.
At the time I went, it was about 27,000 a year not including housing. This was paid per quarter (there were three). Other charges were healthcare, your transportation card, and housing.
Monthly Expense : $1500 - $2500