School size question

<p>Hi, I was hoping that any current students or alumni could help me with this question. Is the size (student enrollment) a problem for students? Have you had any problems or concerns with the number of people?</p>

<p>Depends on what you want in college. You could walk the same path at the same time every day for an entire semester and you may never see the same person twice. And the social scene and night life around MPLS is a mix of everyone from all the diff colleges and city/suburbs so there will always be people to meet. Lots of networking opportunities.</p>

<p>As far as class sizes, did you feel detached or overwhelmed due to the amount of people?</p>

<p>Depends on if it is a lecture or discussion based course. If you register for lectures it can have up to 120 people in a giant auditorium. Those courses force you to be proactive and engage the profs and participate or you can just sit on facebook all hour, really up to you. </p>

<p>Discussion based range from like 15-40, generally good experiences for me. Majority of profs find ways to get everyone engaged and I usually enjoyed and looked forward to going to class. Also helps when you have at least a row of cute girls in every class at minimum.</p>

<p>Anymore opinions?</p>