@Muad_dib I am actually involved with the Christian fellowship on campus. If you have any questions about that aspect, please ask. People are tolerant of others’ religious beliefs. In terms of an overall religious atmosphere on campus, I wholeheartedly agree with @donnaleighg and @EyeVeee
@makemesmart no problem! I have not decided my major (yet). I do not have to officially decide until my sophomore spring, which is when all sophomores have to meet with their faculty adviser and write a Sophomore Plan of Study. I am leaning towards chemistry or computer science.
I will say that the faculty have been phenomenal. A current first year Swattie wrote an amazing article in the Phoenix about the accessibility of Swarthmore professors. I love that there is a camaraderie between professors and students.
I think different people will have different feelings about the size of Swarthmore. I like the small size, because it makes everything so convenient and easily accessible.
I think the food is decent. I like that there is a variety of options to choose from, whether it be Kolhberg, Science Center, Essie Mae’s, or Sharples. One can satisfy their late night snack cravings through Essie Mae’s or the Crum Café. When I’m tired of the on campus choices and would like a little variety, I usually go into the Ville. There is an amazing Chinese/Japanese/Thai restaurant that serves really good sushi.