Villanova University Reviews
Student & Graduate Reviews (4)
Villanova is well respected and known for its fantastic academics-- not just its beautiful Mainline campus & basketball team. I know that my Villanova education has given me a leg up and I'm proud to call myself an alum.
Villanova is a university that is very inclusive and lively. There are many opportunities to get involved and make a difference on a large and impactful campus. Classrooms are sized fairly small which is beneficial, as it allows more contact and feedback from professors. The professional connections and networking opportunities offered are also extremely beneficial.
Villanova is a great place to study and learn. Despite being in the English program, I also was exposed to a wide variety of coursework in other disciplines, which really helped to make me a well rounded individual upon graduation. In terms of English, the professors are generally very willing to help outside of class and put in a lot of work to ensure student success, while simultaneously demanding a lot of their students. I would encourage any English (or for that matter, any student period) to check out the Humanities department at Villanova. This department combines philosophy, poetry, literature, theology and political science and really became my second home (and second major) in my time at Villanova. Overall, like many colleges, Villanova will give you back what you put in. If you make efforts to challenge yourself, go outside comfort zones and discover new people and ideas, the time you spend there will be truly awesome and life-changing.
I keep hearing good things about Villanova, but I just can't seem to leave the convenience of the online Christian college. It's great that I don't have to worry about leaving the safety and comfort of my own home. I can work at my own pace and not have to wait to keep up with the rest of the class.