BA in Anthropology, 1987. You go to ND, not for the football, but to be a part of an intistution that is also a family. Rectors, teachers, and advisors are all caring and helpful. There are no fraternites -- instead, the dorms strive to provide a personal, friendly and ethical college experience. ND also provides a strong general education with their First Year of Studies program -- incoming students take a variety of foundational courses, including Theology, regardless of their intended major. The program also provides support services to encourage and assist students.
Hi MC, I don't know that there's a standard answer to that. I did science fair, art club, chess club, student government, and was in the honor society. My GPa was a 3.9, in a high school that didn't
Hi Chris, To my knowledge, ND doesn't have anything like that. If it's very new, however, it might not be listed on their web site yet. Here's the listing of graduate programs: http://graduateschool