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5 out of 5
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Degree: Psychology
Graduation Year: 2012

I loved attending Holy Names University. The school is so culturally diverse with students from all over the world, there's so much to learn in every class, and the professors are great. K. I. was both my teacher in quite a few classes as well as my advisor and she was amazing. She was always available whenever I needed help in a class and also with staying on track to graduate. I lived in the dorms all four years and it was great having that full college experience. Meeting so many great people, both staff and students, my experience there was great. I would definitely recommend Holy Names University to anybody.

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Degree: Psychology
Graduation Year: 2012

Holy Names University is a great school to attend. I had amazing professors who were very knowledgeable about their subjects which helped my learning process. They were mostly accessible when you needed them for extra help or guidance. There is something to do on campus whether you are interested in sports, joining one of the many club organizations, or just simply there to embrace all that there is to learn, Holy Names University has it all. I definitely recommend this school for anyone!

4 out of 5
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Degree: Kinesiology and Exercise Science
Graduation Year: 2016

Holy Names University is a small private school in Oakland, with around 1,800 students that attend. What appealed to me about the school were the small class sizes which made it easier to communicate with my professors and peers, it was close to home, and I felt that there was much opportunities for me to grow and develop my skills and myself as a person. Opportunities that were presented to me were competing in a sport such as cross country, being involved in clubs such as Latinos Unidos and Student Body, and working for the university as a Student Ambassador. I have learned much from these opportunities by developing my skills as a communicator and adding on to my experience.

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