Bryn Athyn College Reviews
I went to an overnight trip t Bryn Athyn College.It was a great experiences out of all the colleges that I toured this was the only one where I felt welcomed.They didnt make me feel uncomfortable in anyway.
I like the close knit community aspect of the school. The classes as pretty small allowing for more one on one time with the professors. The professors are willing to help and do whatever they can to help you understand. However, the size of the school affects the amount of classes that are offered. There are some classes that i will have to take at a community college in order to be able to achieve my career goal. Some classes are only offered every other year, making it difficult to make sure you take all of the required classes. I like the fact that we do trimesters because it allows us to take more classes over the course of the year.
I like the small student to teacher ratio which allows students to develop relationships with their professors. I also like that student size which gives students the opportunity to get to know each-other.
Love the full time faculty and staff there. Too many adjuncts though. Didn't like heavy religion requirement. Non-existent social/student life scene.
Bryn Athyn is a great college to attend. It's a small campus but you feel welcomed there. With a small campus you get to interact with your professor more, and it would help with academics.
I like the campus. Students and faculty are really nice. The professors want to see you succeed and help you in the best way possible
Bryn Athyn is a very small school with a lot of helpful advisers. I had little trouble transferring from my High school in Ohio to the campus life. Everyone seemed to be a little unique and different in their ow way but so am I. i am eagerly looking forward to the next years to come.
Some employers are turned off by an unknown school. Others find it very interesting.
The History/Human Society department is populated largely by talented and dedicated professors. Students are also given the opportunity to anonymously review classes after every term, and the reviews are taken very seriously. On occasion professors have been fired because of them.
Its pretty spacious, even for Freshman, and we get the room fully furnished already. Also the dorms are relatively new, and new Freshman dorms are being built Summer 2016.
We only have one sorority. They are nice, but they aren't the big stuff like other schools.
I love Bryn Athyn; the people are great, the professors are knowledgeable, the dorms are spacious, and the campus is beautiful.
I find my workload both stimulating and manageable.
Living on campus your first year sucks. The freshman dorms have so many strange rules! But once you move into upper classmen housing (the suites and cottages) the atmosphere is more relaxed and you are allowed a lot more freedom.
As a member of the volleyball team, I love the atmosphere the school has for sports! Everyone comes out and supports each other's sports teams. Hockey is the biggest sport we have on campus...no one misses a game in our outdoor rink!
My school definitely isn't for everyone. At first, I felt really out of place. Everyone here seemed to be either super religious and slightly odd, or super slutty and slightly rude. I didn't really fit in with the very small school vibe. But after accustoming myself to the new environment and making some really good friends, I began to enjoy my time here.
The school is smaller than most and does have a religious spin that can be restricting for those that are not ready to change and adjust to their environment. That being said I have had the ability to experience academic activities that most schools could not offer in the way of internships and teachers. Everyone truly cares about you as a person here and is willing to take the time not only to know you but help you. As an athlete it has been great to be a part of a school trying to build something from scratch. In my time here I have seen drastic changes both academically and athletically that have made me very proud to call this school my own.