"The University of Rochester was one of my top college choices because of the school's size and curriculum," shared Ryann Price, Prep Class of 2010. With just under 10,000 undergraduates, classes are small and allow students to develop better relationships with their professors. "It's easy to make friends and create great bonds with other students from the start," said Ryann. "There are also tons of exciting on campus events to attend when studying has gotten overwhelming - dance groups, a'capella groups, and improv shows are always going on for people to come out and enjoy other aspects of university life," she continued.
Rochester is located in Rochester, New York and Ryann says that she loves it there, despite the cold and snow she's experienced this winter! Ryann participated in many activities while at the Prep. She played softball, was a part of ASB, took numerous AP classes, and she was in the Big Brothers, Big Sisters Club.
|"Will it ever stop snowing in Rochester?" - Ryann|
- Contributed by Sejal D., Prep ASB Student Relations Commissioner, Class of 2011