Elizabethtown College in central Pennsylvania offers a broad core curriculum and "very small" classes. "This semester I have class sizes ranging from five to 23 people," comments a biotechnology major. "It's really nice to hear your professors call you by name during class, or even if they see you on campus." Study abroad programs in more than two dozen countries are popular as well. "I have studied abroad in Australia and China," brags a senior. On Etown's "aesthetically appealing campus," "most professors are very good teachers.
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