1. Smaller class room sizes
Smaller class room sizes gives you a chance to know your professor better and connect with other students in the class with out being distracted.
2. Short distance walk
My experience of going to a small university all my classes were closed by where I lived which means shorter walking distance for me.
3. Smaller campus means rumors spread around quickly
Try not to be involved in drama at all because if you do everyone knows your business.
4. More access to valuable resources
Due to my university being so small hardly no one went to the library which means it was always the perfect place to study!
5. Getting tired of the cafeteria food
Since my university is not only small it is also private. Due to this my university signed a contract with the city agreeing to have no major restaurants such as Starbucks affiliated with the university. So as a result we only have a cafeteria and the school cafe which is better than the cafeteria but the food could become tiring also.
6. Limited Class options and majors
Going to a small university there is a major disadvantage to this because I experienced when signing up for classes especially one that I really need, there is only one section offered for that class and most of the time it is already full.
Do I really need to explain?
8. Limited Housing
Due to the university being so small housing fills up fast and most of the time when a spot does open up you are rooming with a person you don't want to live with or you just don't like the dorm/apartment you were placed in.
9. Lifelong friendships
Throughout my experience I have found some friends that have been my friend throughout my whole university experience.
Overall the small college experience can have its advantages and disadvantages. My small college experience had its advantages and disadvantages to it. (Just look at my first myTake). Let me know in the comments below about your experience in college