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Youre not set into anything your freshman year. Theres a lot of freedom with the class choices.
Erica Wellington, Health and Society
I really like our curriculum. Ive a had a lot of room to try a lot of different things, and I think thats extremely valuable.
Kali Cohn, Political Science
There is so much to appreciate about the U of R the incredible faculty, the beautiful campus, your friendships with fellow students, all of the available programs and resources.
Sarah Otto, Religion and Psychology
Everything that we learn is stuff that the industry uses now. They prepare you very well.
Justin Mathew, Electrical Engineering
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