Come to a strategically small university that treats you like a big deal.
Huron is dedicated to remaining different and protecting the integrity of our institution. Our university maintains strict admission criteria for multiple reasons, but the main purpose is to ensure our students get the personalized attention they need from professors who have the capacity to deliver it. We never want our students to feel lost in the crowd or like their voices don’t matter, so we deliberately keep our class sizes down and remain dedicated to our vision of close-knit community.
Why should you care about being a part of a close-knit community?
Well, just try to imagine the different experience you’ll have in an average classroom of 30 peers – rather than 300.
- How much more likely will you be to participate in a learning environment where you’re on a first-name basis with your fellow students?
- Don’t you think it will encourage you to work harder and feel more ready to ask for help when your professor knows who YOU are, rather than identifies you by student number when you hand in an assignment they won’t even personally mark?
- What about your access to opportunities: do you think you’ll have a better chance competing against 29 or 299 people for the internship, volunteer or extracurricular position of your dreams?
We’re pretty sure we know the answers to these questions, but you’ll have to decide how much that matters to you.