Impressions Of
Bryn Mawr College

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Reasons to attend and to not attend Bryn Mawr College

To Attend

  • “The college definitely tries to do a lot to support the student well-being in terms of mental health and other resources available. There’s a whole row of religious buildings that have kitchens for students from different religious backgrounds so they can cook if the dining hall doesn’t accommodate their dietary preferences.”
  • “The Tri-College Consortium, and how they encourage you to go out and get the best of your education.”
  • “It gives you a chance to explore yourself and your identity.”
  • “The food in the dining hall is pretty good.”
  • “We have a lot of awesome 3+2 and 4+1 programs with places like CalTech, Columbia, and Penn.”
  • “If you want to pursue a liberal arts education where you can have a close connection with my professors and classmates. It’s a small and tight community.”

To Not Attend

  • “The social scene isn’t that vibrant. You’ll probably feel bored if you’re a party person that likes having a loud life.”
  • “It’s pretty expensive for international students.” [For the academic year 2019-20, tuition is about $53,180, and room and board is about $17,000.]
  • “The suburb [can be boring], so sometimes you have to go all the way to Philadelphia for something to do.”
  • “If you prefer a more competitive environment, Bryn Mawr might be too supportive.”
  • “Bryn Mawr is small, so we don’t have many alumni to reach out to.”
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January 25, 2023

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