Sunday, February 17, 2013

Student Satisfaction at a Women’s College

By Diane Propsner

As you know, I’m always looking for insightful information to include on my blog. The goal is to make researching women's colleges easier for you!

With that in mind, I would like to share with you an interesting student satisfaction entry I found on the Web site of Saint Mary's College -- Benefits of a Women’s College page. Click here to visit the Web page.

Student Satisfaction
By all accounts, there is a high rate of student satisfaction at women's colleges. Nine out of 10 women's college graduates give their colleges high marks for fostering self-confidence. More than three-quarters of women's college graduates continue their involvement with their alma mater as trustees, mentors, class agents, intern employers, recruiters, etc. It's difficult to say who is "right" for women's colleges and who isn't. Just about everyone can benefit from the supportive atmosphere they provide. In the end, it's largely a matter of personal preference.

Saint Mary's College is a women’s college and is located in Notre Dame, IN. Read what a current student says:

“The drive to excel is contagious, and we're all pushing each other to strive for more. Saint Mary's is where you can achieve things you never knew you could. You'll feel like you can go out into the world upon graduation and do something incredible.”
—Chelsea Young '13, art major

If you would like to learn more about Saint Mary's College, click here to visit their Web site.

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