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What’s the student/teacher ratio?
About 18/1. While this figure can give you an idea of the numbers on campus, you’ll have to experience the Faulkner faculty first-hand to really understand how we can help you to succeed. Our faculty members regularly meet with their students before and after class to ensure that they are understanding the material. They have an open-door policy and students are encouraged to call on them when they need anything.
Do I need to bring a computer with me to school?
Students will need use of a computer. The campus does have a few places that have public computers but for ease of work we highly suggest a personal computer for each student. Computer brand and software applications are a personal decision.
All new undergraduates will need access to their Faulkner email and be required to submit papers and homework electronically so having a personal computer is very helpful and convenient as students accomplish research, write papers and communicate with faculty via email.
Will I be taught by a graduate assistant?
No! All the classes here at Faulkner will be taught by qualified faculty members. You’ll always receive the best instruction possible – both in and out of class.
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When should I visit the campus?
As soon as possible! We encourage high school students to visit at Jamboree, Homecoming, or at our Fall Visitation events as soon as they can. High school juniors and seniors should also schedule a private campus visit at their convenience. We’ll be glad to take time to show you around the campus and answer any questions you may have.
When should I apply for admission?
To get the best shot at scholarships, students should apply for admission as early as the summer before their senior year.
Is there an application deadline?
No. We will continue to accept applications for admission as long as there is room in the incoming class. However, students should apply early to have the best shot at scholarships.