I Found My Niche at Salisbury University
Student Name: Ella Fedor
School: Salisbury University
Major: Exercise Science
Hey everyone! My name is Ella Fedor and I am a sophomore exercise science major with sports medicine minor at Salisbury University. Salisbury is a great school, but just like other schools, there are pros and cons I would love to share!
– The campus is wonderful. It is a very good size, with every building being in walking distance from each other.
– There are so many clubs, Greek life and sports to join, so you never will get bored!
– They offer many different opportunities depending on your major, and a wide variety of majors to choose from!
– Professors are very involved and want the best for you!
– The curriculum is challenging, allowing you to always learn more.
– Students and faculty members are so kind, and are always willing to talk and help.
– There are many opportunities to help prepare for your future
– Buildings are beautiful with tons of places for quiet space and studying -> the library is my favorite!
– While the campus is very nice and safe, the city of Salisbury is not the safest.
– The food can always be better, but it honestly isn’t too bad!
– Depending on the professor, some may be difficult to work and communicate with.
If anyone has questions, feel free to DM me! – @ellafedor
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