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Penn State is an amazing campus with a multitude of career paths to choose from. There are tons of possibilities that one can get involved in at Penn State through clubs, community involvement, or sports. As an engineer, I am very glad that I chose this particular school because our engineering department is one of the best in the United States, and the chances of finding a job upon graduation is quite high. There is one particular thing that I would like to see change in the future at Penn State and that particular change is with academic scholarships for students.

Currently, Penn State only offers athletic scholarships at the main campus, and at branch campuses I was able to find out that they offer academic scholarships. There are particular scholarships offered through individual colleges at main, but for someone is graduates in the top percentage of their class there should be some sort of scholarship given. Overall, Penn State is a great school. The University of Pennsylvania has been my top choice school, and I am very satisfied with my experience so far.

I am most impressed by the stylistically varied yet unified campus architecture, the quality of professors and extracurricular activities, and the times I spent at Locust Walk. Few reviews of Penn can be written without mentioning Locust Walk. It serves as the central walkway for several dorms, dining options, and significant locations.

At the same time, it is a hub for students of all majors and interests and a vibrant representation of Penn's life and culture. The Walk continues to be a wonderful addition to my college experience. At the same time, I appreciate Penn's dedication to development.

Every year, new constructions, programs, and extracurricular opportunities arise, and I enjoy being part of such a community. I would recommend Penn to anyone who loves challenges, immersive experiences, and diverse social connections. I am currently a transfer student and I am currently in my junior year there.

The campus is nice, and very clean. It is also very very diverse! Since I am a Muslim girl , it was very easy to blend in since there was so much diversity. It is quite a large university and it gives you so much potential to grow with its opportunities that are available to you.

One thing that I wish they had was more online courses. I hope they are able to make it available in the future for students who are independent and has to make a living and is also trying to get an education.

My overall experience at Cabrini University has been good so far. I am currently a junior on the women's soccer team and women's crew team. During my time at Cabrini I have met a bunch of different people who are all so nice. Cabrini is not a big campus, but once you find a good group of people to hangout with it will change your experience at Cabrini.

One of the biggest things that I think Cabrini needs to change is the size of the campus. Yes I understand that it is easier said than done. But if Cabrini added more residence halls or a bigger parking lot for students, many of the current students would be happier and wouldn't have a lot of problems Read Reviews.

I'm a student-athlete here. The academics and social scene are amazing here, and the campus is beautiful. In my opinion, the most important thing to consider in when looking at colleges is how well they prepare you for a future career, and the average Lehigh grad makes a starting salary of about 60k and a mid-career salary of over k.

However, Lehigh's location in South Bethlehem is kind of sketchy, and the food isn't great. If you want a "work hard, play hard" college experience, Lehigh is a great fit. If I could describe the Univeristy of Pittsburgh in one world, it would be home. Despite all of its flaws and imperfections, it is a safe space where I can explore and learn. The campus itself is a small city with features that make it feel more cozy than full-out sophisticated.

From our beautiful Cathedral of Learning we lovingly call her Cathy to the spacious Schenley Park, there are tons of secret nooks that are perfect for studying.

The professors, while teaching multiple classes, still make themselves available for questions outside the classroom. They are never too busy to stop and chat if you see them around campus; they really care about your education and that you have a passion for what you are studying.

Overall, Pitt is an amazing college to attend. The community surrounding the campus challenge you and support you all at once. IUP has a strong network of professors from a variety of backgrounds and experiences, which allows for a multitude of learning opportunities.

The campus is absolutely stunning with its mixture of up-to-date academic buildings, alongside historic buildings that have been standing since the incorporation of the university. The university aims to have a very diverse community of faculty and students, which it successfully accomplishes through its various academic programs and events. The university is nestled in the small city of Indiana, Pennsylvania. There are plenty of restaurants, shops, and bars along Philadelphia Street to keep students entertained in the evenings and on the weekends.

Overall, I have received a quality education at IUP, and I would certainly recommend the university to others! Bloomsburg University of Pennsylvania is a great school. Since the University is small, it is easy to create relationships with your professors and other students. There are a lot of different clubs and activities catered to an individual's personal interest.

The community assistants in the dorms and the apartments are also great! They are there to help you in any way possible and truly care about their residents and their safety.

The education received at Bloomsburg University is amazing! It is also a lot cheaper than a private school where you are receiving the same information. I am a current UArts freshmen Dance Major, so my opinions are biased towards the school. Here's some of my opinions on the school: I love the atmosphere of both West Chester University and the town! The town is beautiful and has so many great restaurants and experiences. The school does an awesome job at interacting with the town too!

Also, professors are very nice and available here. They have plenty of office hours where you can see them for questions. Tutoring is also very available here and offered to everyone for almost all classes. West Chester is a great school that pushes you to achieve to the best of your ability! Overall, I was grateful for the experience La Salle gave me during my undergraduate degree. I met amazing people and learned from brilliant professors.

I got the one on one attention I needed from faculty due to the overall size of the school. I also was able to join a sorority and other clubs La Salle had to offer.

I met life long friends and remained in touch with not only students but some professors as well. Only reason I did not give 5 stars was because the school was very expensive when I attended, graduated May and I am in a ton of student debt because of it.

However, La Salle recently cut the tuition cost in half, which is great for upcoming freshman! This school's PA program is great! Teachers are nice and helpful. They are very good at answering questions.

You can tell they are trying to make the school a better place to learn. In addition, they have multiple ways of getting involved. The honors program is also something i recommend to all.

I love honors classes as opposed to the typical classroom because honors classes are smaller. The only drawback I can think of is the work-study.

They do not offer many options on campus. They tend to higher previous students which means there is no way you can get a job on campus unless a student who works for them graduates. The only drawback is typically everyone knows each other from previous schools already so distance students can feel a little left out at first. However, as long as you become social and go to some of the many extracurricular programs Duq offers, you will do great!

The education I recieved at the University of Scranton set me up for success, both professionally and academically. After graduating from the University I joined the military and served as an officer. The well rounded education I received allowed me to think outside of the box. Although many of my peers were probably smarter than me, I was able to see problems from different perspectives and it reflected positively in my fitness reports.

After leaving active duty, I decided to attend law school. Therefore, I have excelled and I am in the top quarter of my class. I highly recommend the University of Scranton. I had a lot of fun there as an undergraduate and met my spouse there!

This is a fantastic school! Many of my professors reflect "good vibes" - they are warm and welcoming to questions and conversations; and some just don't find that as their cup of tea - they're just there to teach and nothing more.

Overall, my professors are great. My coursework is challenging, and I really feel like it's preparing me for my future. I wish the online program were more interactive; there seems to be a good handful of miscommunications that happen.

A frustrating aspect is the financial aid department, where everyone who works in there has a different story, their knowledge differing on how things are handled, and they never let you speak to someone in charge. The online system of notifying you about payments and such is pretty bad I never receive anything - this department definitely needs some work.

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Chat or rant, adult content, spam, insulting other members, show more. Harm to minors, violence or threats, harassment or privacy invasion, impersonation or misrepresentation, fraud or phishing, show more. I live in Pennsylvania. My gpa range will be 3. I was in a select 32 member choir group for 4 years, the spring musical 4 years, spring track probably 2 years, in key club for 3 years and debate club. I am not sure of my sat score yet but it will probably range from I am not sure of my sat score yet but it will probably range from I generally like bigger schools.

Also theatre especially musical theater is my strong point. If I were to try out for the theatre school and even if I didnt ake it would they still consider accepting me but just not to that school?

Will that talent area increase y chances of getting in? In the northeast preferably. Anything else you think I could do to et in would be amazing! I really want to go there! Are you sure you want to delete this answer? Well it's not to say that your info isn't impressive and everything but based on the mentioned information and Pen State's reputation I think your gpa and sat score need to be a little higher for you to get in, though your extra-curriculars are good. But I still think you should apply.

By mid-summer, the insects will be adults, measuring about an inch in length and sporting artfully patterned wings of red, black, white and tan, accented by dots. Throughout the transformation, one thing remains constant — their voracious appetite, and that has homeowners scrambling to find ways to control the clusters that have taken up residence on their properties.

To aid homeowners in reducing spotted lanternfly populations, Leach provides the following recommendations based on life cycle and season:. Walk around your property to check for egg masses on trees, cement blocks, rocks and any other hard surface. If you find egg masses on your property from September to April, scrape them off using a plastic card or putty knife, and then place the masses into a bag or container filled with rubbing alcohol or hand sanitizer.

This is the most effective way to kill the eggs, but you also can smash or burn them, Leach pointed out. When the nymphs first hatch, they will walk up the trees to feed on the softer new growth of the plant. Leach advises taking advantage of this behavior by wrapping tree trunks in sticky tape and trapping the nymphs. Banding trees with sticky tape can capture and kill spotted lanternfly nymphs and adults. This non-toxic, inexpensive technique can be used on any tree.

She also recommends checking the traps on a regular basis because, while rare, birds and small mammals can become stuck to the tape. There are several ways to avoid this unfortunate outcome, including reducing the width of the bands and putting caging over the bands. Bands can be purchased from hardware or greenhouse stores and often are sold as flypaper. While the spotted lanternfly will feast on a variety of plant species, they have a special fondness for Ailanthus, or tree-of-heaven, which is an invasive plant that is common in landscape plantings, agricultural areas and along the sides of roads.

For this reason, there is a current push from spotted lanternfly experts to remove this tree. Leach said the best way to do this is to apply an herbicide to the tree using the hack-and-squirt method — a critical step to prevent regrowth — and cutting it down from July to September. Even when treated, multiple applications may be necessary over time to kill the tree, she emphasized.

When dealing with large populations of the insect, homeowners may have little recourse other than to use chemical control. When used appropriately, insecticides can be a very effective and safe way to reduce lanternfly populations.

Find colleges with the best parties and a fun campus experience. Junior: I am currently a transfer student and I am currently in my junior year there. So far it's great. . The university is nestled in the small city of Indiana, Pennsylvania. Transfer Kid: First of all, as a self-proclaimed University Park elitist, I'm is basically a glorified high school and now they're gonna get a job. UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. -- Video Of course now with this scholarship, it's not clear how much longer Kyle will be working at Bar Bleu. “I don't.