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Degree: Environmental Science
Graduation Year: 2013

U of M Morris is a very inclusive, quirky campus with highly intelligent students and a plethora of student groups. Whatever you're into, there's a great chance you can find a student organization where you can nerd out about it with others! The professors are top of the line, and most will do anything they can to help you access and understand the material. Small class sizes and intimate class settings make learning second nature in many ways at UMM. The town of Morris isn't much to brag about, but events on campus, classes, and orgs will keep you plenty busy!

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Degree: Psychology
Graduation Year: 2011

Morris is a small community of students who care about their education. It is lowkey-people rarely dress up and almost everything is closed on Sunday. There are few distractions, but it can get a little boring if you are looking for constant activites. The school does provide many opportunites for study abroad and other learning experiences that can combat the boredness.

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Degree: Environmental Science
Graduation Year: 2011

I loved my college. Be aware, it's in a small town and it's a small campus, but I loved that the classes were small and that you really got to know your professors and classmates. For being such a small school, the education is a very high quality and the professors push you very hard to do very good work. There are a wide variety of classes offered and some of the professors are leading studies in their respective fields.There are a number of resources available for students and everyone is always very nice and friendly.

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Degree: English
Graduation Year: 2012

It's like a private school, but the cost of a public school. Class sizes are small and there's lots of room for customization.

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Degree: English
Graduation Year: 2012

It's like a private school, but the cost of a public school. Class sizes are small and there's lots of room for customization.

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Degree: Ethnic, Cultural Minority, Gender, and Group Studies, Other
Graduation Year: 2014

Morris is a great, small campus. People are warm and inviting, which is necessary for survival of awful winters. Classes are small and relationships with your professors will happen pretty much in every class. There are literally hundreds of student groups/organizations, a lot of community engagement/volunteer opportunities, and professors like to encourage independent/continuing research as you grow at UMM.

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