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Degree: English
Graduation Year: 2007

The University of the South changed my life not only by preparing me for life outside of college, but also by giving me a lifelong appreciate for learning. The professors are passionate about their subjects and the class sizes are small; students receive a lot of individual support. It's hard to graduate from this place without developing a friendship with your teachers. One of my professors was even a reader in my wedding! Since the campus is rural (it's on top of a mountain), everyone lives on campus and there is a full calendar of events to keep the student body busy and having fun. This is not a commuter school! The relationships I made during college are for life. Its the kind of school that gets in your blood; it's more than a university, it's home.

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Degree: Religion/Religious Studies
Graduation Year: 2009

A very personable school, still have fairly good relations with professors, never feel like there's been a huge drifting away from them. Lots of diversity with extracurricular activities, growing diversity in disciplines and areas of study

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