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When I ask myself why do I want to attend Slippery Rock University a number of thoughts come to my mind The most prominent reasons to me are the academic program that Im interested in and the location of the University The top reason I would like to attend Slippery Rock University is its Park Recreation Program Several people have recommended the program at Slippery Rock to me By talking to a professor and a few students I have found that its reputation of having a strong program is true The professor assured me that the remodeling of the program has now made it one in the best in the county The program is broken into two parts One part Therapeutic Recreation Services and the other being Resort Recreation Management These two departments interact together very closely and with many government and private organizations to provide the optimal education for these fields They also coordinate a number of seasonal work opportunities through US Army Corps of Engineers and the National Park service The second reason I would like to attend Slippery Rock University is its location I love the town of Pittsburgh and only being an hour away is definitely a plus The idea that its far away but still close enough to home so if I need to be there I can is pretty important to me as well Another thing that comes to mind when I think of the location is its setting The setting is great the trees are old and full of wisdom I also liked the brick buildings they are architecturally brilliant The campus was spread out with plenty of open space I liked this because it gave the campus a nice open flow between the buildings I am also pleased with the contrast between the college town and my hometown My town is quite large with a lot of traffic and not a lot to do
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