This is not a call out, or an attempt to be a dick. I am also not speaking to anybody individually, but can I ask your reasoning for choosing Westminster over the U? It costs significantly more and does not guarantee a better education. In fact unless you are going for a specific degree you are probably better off at the U, a research one institution with a medical campus and research park. At Westminster you can benefit from smaller class sizes, but the entire school is hardly larger than many high schools. Please don't take this as an attack, I simply would like to understand your reasoning as its something that has always puzzled me.
Yeah I'd rather study my undergrad years at a small school than just be a number at a large institution. Colleen is what you make of it. You don't have to go to the u just because it might be better. I'd rather go to a small school do well then go to grad school (med school). I want to study pre med at a small school then attend med school at a larger institution like the u of u that has a fantastic med school.
"Death can come in many different ways and how i look at it if you die on the mountain, you know, if its your time to go...to me you've been kind of blessed"-T-Hall, Like a Lion
depends on what you are talking about, try looking into their research and businesses theyve started and tell me that they are a "decent" school.. hell ill get 1000 dollars and a chance at 40,000 just for winning a small competition with 30 other kids in my biomed class.. theyre number one in the world in startup companies using less than 1/3rd of the research money as a school like MIT