Eureka College Reviews
I attended Eureka College, for my bachelor degree in Art and a minor in Psychology. Eureka provides a small learning environment to it's student, to ensure students are able to have more one on one time with their professors. Some departments are stronger than others. The Art department provided a couple opportunities to me, such as my own art exhibit show. The school does lack student engagement though, its a very quite campus with very little activities and student life.
Eureka College is a small, tight-knit community. The school offers small class sizes (some as small as three people) and professors that really get to know you. I was in a program that had two main professors, so over the years they get to know you really well. I transferred to the school, and felt welcomed with open arms. Outside of academics, there is Greek life, campus activities board, professional organizations, fun organizations and philanthropic organizations. If you don't find an organization that is the right fit for you, you can start your own. Another plus of this college, is how small it is. You can wake up 10 minutes before a class on the other side of campus, and still get there on time or even early.