5 out of 5 Stars
Unfettered access to professors, who are there to teach. Classes tend to be quite small.
Students are generally warm, cooperative and uncompetitive. They are generally quite smart yet unpretentious.
Idyllic campus in a cute, small town in Maine, yet within reasonable distance of Portland and Boston.
World-class government department.Downers
If you like city living, Greek life, football, or decent weather, this is not the place for you.
No pre-professional programs.
Campus recruitment is weak for certain industries.
It's a very small school, so some extracurricular opportunities simply do not exist.Comments
This is a small, intimate liberal arts environment. That makes it wonderful for many, but ask yourself if that is truly right for you.Would You Recommend
Quality education, small classes, engaged students, lots going on around campus, able to balance classwork with extra curricularsDowners
Getting more diverse each year, but student body can feel homogeneousComments
Would highly recommend. I had an amazing experience that shaped me into who I am today.Would You Recommend
Great college town, amazing food, small classes, strong sense of communityDowners
Lack of diversity, administration is overly involved with student lifeComments
Overall a great school, but there have been changes with the administration over the past couple of years that I don't think have been good for the school.Would You Recommend