“DOES A COLLEGE DEGREE REALLY MATTER?”
Source: Georgetown University, Georgetown Public Policy Institute, Center on Education
and the Workforce
2013 SCHOOL OF BUSINESS ACADEMIC HONOR AWARD WINNERS:
Avila faves: My favorite thing about Avila is how small the classes sizes were. This allowed for all of my questions to be answered in class and the teachers made sure that everyone had a clear understanding of the material.
Avila faves: The best thing about Avila to me was being able to receive invaluable one-on-one attention in the classroom while also getting to experience the perks of going to school in a big city.
Marketing and Management
Avila faves: The best aspect about Avila University is the wide array of opportunities. For being a smaller school Avila offers a lot of different experiences for students such as: collegiate sports, Student Scholar Day to present research, etiquette dinners, community service programs, travel abroad, and much more. I felt like I got several of the benefits of a large school but at Avila’s small intimate setting where you are never a number and the teachers care about you on a personal level.
Update/Plans: I am currently pursuing my MBA in Health Care Administration and Project Management Certificate at Avila University while working as a Graduate Assistant to the Student Life Department. Ultimately I would love a job working with people and coordinating events.
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