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[Sorry to double-post this, but I didn't realize there was a forum dedicated specifically to Bucknell.]
My son is considering applying to Bucknell. It's appealing because it's one of the few universities that offer majors in the two subjects he is interested in, yet without being monstrously huge.
We are serious Catholics and the thing that concerns us about Bucknell is the dorm life. Like any secular college I assume a lot of questionable activities take place among the students and in the dorms. But I wondered whether it's possible to get roommates who
share similar values?
I assume based on experience with our older son (at a different college) that they have the students fill out some kind of a questionnaire. Would they make any effort to pair devout Christians and Catholics with each other, so that at least in his own dorm room he might manage to avoid some of the more disturbing activities?