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I have thoroughly enjoyed every moment I've had here at Morningside. The people are so nice and the professors are very cooperative to get you the help you need in all classes.
I am a freshman here at Morningside College and I can honestly say that professors will go out of their way to help you in any way and will reach out to you if asked. The campus is also beautiful and our athletic teams always perform well.
I currently attend Morningside. Because it is a small college, professors get to know their students and advisees on a personal level.
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Very friendly atmosphere and amazing programs! The admissions staff is top notch and always there to make sure you're on the right track for your first year. The campus is gorgeous! The dorms are a decent size (lots bigger than Iowa or Iowa state's). Definitely worth the money and time!
Wonderful online graduate program for teachers. My education from Morningside transformed my teaching career!
Morningside college is a great private school. The class sizes are small and very teacher to student oriented. The teachers and staff at Morningside College actually care about you and your future. They are willing to do what it takes to get you on the right path; they will work with you! One thing I would like to see change on Morningside's campus is the outside activity in the fall and spring. Morningside has a beautiful campus and there is always students walking around. However, I would love to see more activities outside and involvement. Perhaps this could be done through groups and organizations on campus!
I chose Morningside College for their stellar Music program and they have not disappointed.
On a more general note, they teachers work with you, and the subjects make sense. Mside also offers many tutoring opportunities, including a writing center where you can workshop your papers with teachers and students in the English department. All of these tools have helped me so much throughout my first year of college.
Morningside is a very friendly college; I personally have made relationships with my professors, which provides a more hands on, helpful experience. The campus is great, and they offer many things to help you; For example, Morningside has a writing center. This is helpful because you can have others look over your paper to help you improve it. Morningside also offers many "experiences" by bringing in past grads, or people from local business to help provide a sense of what they do, which can help one decide if they are interested in that field or not.
Everyone is so friendly, the professor to class ratio is perfect. They get to know you personally and there are such great tools to help you succeed !
Everyone one of the Faculty members I had met was super excited, helpful, and willing to do anything for me. It was an amazing experience.
It is a fabulous private college. It is small, which is great for the classes because the professor knows you on a more personal level. They want you to succeed here so they do everything in their power to help you in any way that you need it.
Most parties are on the weekend, and most of the time they're relegated to the specific team that's throwing the party.
Like in most other places, there are a few people who like to party, and a few people who like to go out and drink socially.
Sometimes it gets a little much for workload, but we can't expect all professors to talk amongst each other regularly to see how heavy the workload is for one student in one class in one week.
There are a few people who aren't very tolerant, as there are everywhere.
I'm not a huge authority on this, considering I'm not very good at figuring out when something's up.
The professors on campus truly care about the learning of the students, and want to help in any way possible for all of us to learn and succeed.
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This school does everything it can to ensure that you leave campus at the end of your senior year with a job. The only reason I might not be able to get a job is because the school is perhaps too small for some companies. Hopefully that will be remedied by the excellence of my degree here.
The only reason I marked some of these as lower is because I personally don't like going outside at night alone on campus, not necessarily because there's any real problem on campus, but because that's just how I am.
There are still some rooms in buildings that don't have air conditioning-- not a big deal in winter, but when the days are still up in the 90s, it can be a little disconcerting. Other than that, the apartment option on campus doesn't have a full kitchen: no oven is provided or allowed, and sometimes the maintenance orders take weeks to fill, though that might be more due to the fact there aren't enough people working there.
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