Seattle University: Off the Record Series (College Prowler Series)

Seattle University: Off the Record Series (College Prowler Series)

Paperback(2005 Edition)

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Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781596581159
Publisher: College Prowler, Inc.
Publication date: 01/28/2005
Series: College Prowler Series
Edition description: 2005 Edition
Pages: 147
Product dimensions: 5.30(w) x 8.12(h) x 0.21(d)
Age Range: 17 Years

Table of Contents


Table of Contents

By the Numbers-1

Academics-4

Local Atmosphere-10

Safety and Security-17

Computers-23

Facilities-29

Campus Dining-34

Off-Campus Dining-50

Campus Housing Off-Campus Housing-59

Diversity-63

Guys and Girls-69

Athletics-76

Nighlife-83

Greek Life-95

Drug Scene-101

Campus Strictness-106

Parking-111

Transportation-117

Weather-123

Report Card Summary-128

Overall Experience-129

The Inside Scoop-134

Finding a Job or Internship-138

Alumni Information-140

Student Organizations-142

The Best & Worst-147

Visiting Campus-150

Words to Know-154

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Seattle University: Off the Record Series (College Prowler Series) 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
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This book is an exceptional resource for researching enrollment at Seattle University because it includes all of the tidbits and details one might never think to ask about the school until classes have already started and it is too late. One question might be 'will there be 12 a.m. singing trios in the bathrooms'? Another might be 'who will help me plan my four years at the university?' These questions and more are addressed in this guidebook about the school. In other words, the book contains more that just the mere factoids and statistics one is confronted with in every pamphlet or online site about SU. It is written by a student in full swing of college life there and includes the opinions of a number of current students both praising and criticising the university. This helps present an accurate picture of what life is really like on the SU campus. The book contains unusual sections including --but not limited to-- the attractiveness of the campus population, the best night life in the city and the traditions at the school. These are things that might take months or years to find on one's own, but with this book, they are all neatly categorized and explained. The editorials are succinct, but well-researched. The student quotes present the myriad of attitudes toward the school and allow the reader to decide for himself what to believe. In short, this book is a valuable aid to understanding the real SU college experience. It is the only book which will give you such a matter-of-fact explanation of what students think about the Seattle University.