Mary Baldwin College Reviews
Student & Graduate Reviews (5)
Mary Baldwin College gave me the voice and the courage to stand out and be bold. At this college you are given the opportunity to no only nurtured academically but you're encouraged to develop leadership skills that will follow you throughout your career. I enjoyed living on campus, it was a wonderful experience. There were many activities for all interests and whatever wasn't established, students were encourage to create it. I graduated with a major in American Studies and a double minor in Political Science and Leadership. I was challenged with each course to find the answer and to defend my thought process. I developed research and communication skills, along with making lifelong friends.
Mary Baldwin is a small school that was able to provide me with small student centered classes where the professor knew every student. The largest class I ever attended in my four years was a class of 32 students. There are endless student involvement opportunities; I was able to be a student athlete, a student ambassador, work on campus, and be a co-chair for the Student Athlete Advisory Committee all. Mary Baldwin allowed me to grow not only academically but also as personally. They provided opportunities for research and projects that at other universities would have been reserved for graduate students. During my four years there I was also able to watch the college transform into a university that now offers many graduate programs.
M. B.is one of the best school I attended. The environment was great. The professors give you a lot of attention and want to help you out in every way they can. Plus you will meet life long friends There is a great diversity on campus. We get a lot of international students who come over and study at Mary Baldwin. Plus Mary Baldwin is really big on traditions.
Great place to receive an ivy-league level education (my best professors were from Harvard and Oxford) while also getting that small, liberal arts feel. Not only did I form close relationships with my professors but also with other like-minded female peers.
My college/ degree program is very difficult but extremely rewarding. The instructor's work you hard but they are consistent with pushing you towards your full potential. Part of my degree program is strictly educational and the other part is hands on. Considering this, students enrolled in this program have the opportunity to become grounded in their career field.