编辑：乐闻携尔 来源： 乐闻携尔 发布时间：2016-07-21
1.Academics: The Industrial Engineering at Lehigh provides an excellent opportunity for future career success. The courses could be presented in a more interesting way with more application. A lot of theory is taught with the banking style of education - lectures - with little class involvement. Some courses are more interactive.
2. Academics: Lehigh offers you the potential to have an excellent academic experience, but you will need to navigate the system and learn how to play the game. The school needs to work on its first year programs so that students know how to be successful early on in their college careers. The class sizes can be large for some of the 100 level courses, but as you move on in your degree they become smaller. The workload is intense. Lots of problem sets are to be expected. You have to stay on top of your work throughout the semester. Students should try to attend as many office hours as possible and seek out tutoring, which is often readily available, as a means of preventing any slipping in courses. The professors are sometimes foreign and difficult to understand and some of them are just not meant to be teachers; they're researchers. They can be disorganized and often will not update the course website.
3.Academics: Class sizes depend on your major. Professors are great and most care about students.
4.Majors: I suggest putting a good amount of work in your extracurricular activities because you should be well-rounded if you plan on applying for Lehigh and the big alumni community and support that Lehigh students get when applying for jobs is a big plus
5.Majors: I haven't had an internship yet, but I'm not worried about having trouble getting one. Lehigh is really good about making sure you have opportunities for internships if you want them. They also have really cool partnerships all over the world to get internships abroad.
6.Majors: So Global Studies, as an interdisciplinary major, has four core courses and then electives that look at globalization through the eyes of society, culture, economy, politics, religion, literature, and basically anything you can think of. I will be taking classes in every department basically at Lehigh, and that's pretty cool, I think. I am also required to go abroad junior year, and to do an internship senior year. It’s also easy to double-major, because so many majors can have requirements that also fit into a GS major. I love it.
7.Diversity: There are a lot of rich white people. I don't see lots of racism and I don’t see minorities having any problem being accepted. Minorities tend to group together in friend groups, but that is more out of personal comfortability than as opposed to a lack of acceptance from others.
10.Administration: The only time things get too strict are when the administration doesn't allow Greek houses to host parties on campus. They're required to be held off campus, which occasionally poses a safety threat to students.
11.Athletics: There are two gyms on campus: one for varsity athletes and one for students. Both are very well-maintained and provide a positive atmosphere for students.
12.Athletics: The campus has more than one gym. The most often used gym has several floors, a swimming pool, basketball courts, squash courts, rock wall climbing and rooms for cardio and weight lifting.
13.Health & Safety: I have never been in an instance where my safety has been threatened, but I know of people who have been sexually assaulted/harassed, and it really isn't taken lightly on campus. That is, if it is brought to the attention of administrators. That's not to say that victims don't speak out--there is a day dedicated to victims speaking out and it is a campus-wide event. Awareness is constantly brought forth to the community, however, I don't really feel it's strictly enforced, as we're adults who make our own decisions and it's our responsibility to make the right choices. There are safe places on campus, and campus police are fairly reliable--we're always emailed whenever there is an incident on/off campus--so I don't feel unsafe on campus.
14.Health & Safety: I haven't run into any issues that would pose a threat to my health or safety. In the case that something does happen, there are many resources available for students to reach out for help.
15.Campus Food: If you live on campus and have a dining plan it isn't that bad. There are two main dining halls and then some kind of fast food type restaurants that are all pretty close to the classrooms and dorms. What really sucks is when you live off campus there is really nowhere to get food or eat (if you don't have a car). Even if you have a car to go somewhere with a lot of options takes at least a 12/15 minute drive.
16.Transportation: The school does well with buses running every ten minutes for a good amount of locations around campus. They also just updated and got new buses which can hold more people which is really good. The bus drivers do drive crazy though, pretty scary if you are driving a car and going by them.
17.Overall Experience: The professors are extremely knowledgeable and want you to understand and learn. The learning environment is positive.
18.Campus Quality: I think the campus is beautiful, maybe a little hilly and a tough workout, but many describe it as a Hogwarts-esque looking school. In the winter it is very nice to walk around campus.
19.Academics: I am in IBE which is one of the few integrated business and engineering programs in the country, very selective also. The workload is pretty demanding if you want it to be but if you plan accordingly and pick the right professors you can get out with a lot easier work. The mix between business and engineering classes gives you a great perspective and background in a lot of different areas/schools. The advisers for the IBE program are all very helpful and the school is extremely accommodating to the students in this program.
学术：我在综合商科与工程IBE（integrated business and engineering），这是全国少有的将商科和工程结合在一起的项目，当然也是比较难进的。压力还是很大的，但是如果你做好计划并选对了教授，那就会轻松许多。商科和工程课程的结合可以给你多个不同领域的更好的视野和背景。IBE的导师非常有帮助，在这个项目里学校也非常从学生的角度出发。
20.Academics: As an international relations major, it is okay. The intro class is the hardest IR class you will take. The class grade is composed of three tests: two midterms and a final, with the final worth 50% of your grade. Most of the IR professors are all very knowledgeable, and classes are interesting. The workload depends on the class, but there is generally a lot of reading. Lehigh has a close relationship with the UN, so there are chances to find opportunities there.
21.Academics: Definitely not Ivy-league but were ranked about 30th in the country. We have an amazing accounting department and all of the engineering degrees are highly ranked. Some of the classes and professors are not what you would wish for but overall there are great programs.