Marian Court is a private, Catholic college. It is a small institution with an enrollment of 145 undergraduate students. The Marian Court acceptance rate is 100%. Graduating 49% of students, Marian Court alumni go on to earn a starting salary of $28,000.
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This year i am a senior and i was currently looking to transfer to go to Boston University. After hearing from my advisory about the Bachelors Program for Business Administration, i soon realize that this is exactly what i want. I want the best education possible. The academic experience at Marian Court College is probably one of the long-lasting experience you will have. You will cry emotionally, physically, and mentally. But look at it in at the end. You walking at Graduation Day, receiving that Recognition it will be all worth it. All in all, I rate this college an A+ because it truly deserves it.
The Academic experience at Marian Court College is really good. The classes are small therefore you have a intimate connection with your professors and students. The workload in some classes is decent. 1-3 hours of homework i should say depending on what subject your talking about. Overall, the experience here is good. Professor/Staff do not see you as a number, they see you as family and that is the reason why i enrolled to Marian Court because of that reason.
I choose this school because it is very close to home. Its a fifteen minute drive. Also my clases are scheduled at a very good time for me. I have all morning classes, which is great because I go to work in the afternoons. The only downfall is that this school is so small so it feels more like highschool than a college. This can be good though because everyone get to know one another and it helps when you need help.