Depauw University Research Paper

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University of Wisconsin-Madison would be a great fit for me. The campus has more than 43,000 students from all 50 states and over 130 countries. This will give me an opportunity to meet new people and connect with others from different states and countries. I am currently playing football so I am able to work well with others. There are 23 varsity teams on campus and I know that I can be active on campus. Living on campus would give me a chance to have fun and do good academic wise. The student to faculty ratio is 17 to 1. Most classes have fewer than 20 students, 34.7% of the classes have 20 to 49 students, and 19.6% of the classes have 50 or more students. I will have an opportunity to work hands on and know my professors. I would like to experience life on campus. Depauw University gives students a great learning environment. Depauw not only gives students knowledge about their major, but outside of their major. This is important because I can learn something new every day while interacting with others. The student to faculty ratio is 10 to 1 and no classes have more than 35 students. I can connect with my professors of all my classes and the students in my classes. There are more than 100 organizations that I can choice from. I would want to be active on campus and not staying…show more content…
Diversity is important because I can learn more about other students and where they came from. In the work field, diversity will play a big role so I can be prepared at Denison. Students come from 50 states and 37 countries so I can meet people who are not from Illinois and the United States. Denison has ten active fraternities, is a member of the NCAA Division III and the NCAC. The campus has 170 student organizations and 11 varsity teams for men. I would have an option to pledge or play sports so that I can be active on campus. There are 48 courses of study and 11 pre-professional programs for students who are

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