Armed with a “beautiful campus [that lies] right beside the Ohio River,” Hanover College helps to ease the transition to higher education by welcoming undergrads into a “close-knit community.” Friendly faces abound and everyone “from the students to the professors to the maintenance workers greet you with a smile and a hello.” Hanover is especially “strong in the [hard] sciences” as evidenced by the fact that “[its] students [have] a high acceptance rate into med-school.” And a cheeky bio major highlights an added bonus, “[Hanover] is also one of only a few undergrad schools with a human cadaver lab.”
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