Bowling Green State University-Main Campus Reviews
Student & Graduate Reviews (15)
Although I went to the regional campus, it was simply a nice place to be. The campus was quiet, and the atmosphere was peaceful. The instructors were kind and bright, and definitely knew what they were teaching their students. The cafe was nice with plenty of options, and there were nice study spaces for quiet time to work.
Bowling Green State University is a wonderful college to attend! The atmosphere is great and has a comfortable feeling to it. You never have to feel unsafe, or scared even at night. The classes are intriguing, and challenge students to explore and learn more about every topic. The staff is helpful, respectful, and willing to meet with you as often as you like. I would recommend Bowling Green State University to anyone who wants to continue on to a graduate college for their doctorate of physical therapy.
Amazing school with plenty of opportunity for growth and structure. I would strongly recommend Bowling Green State University for all undergrad programs. It prepared me substantially for my future career and gave me the advancement to stand above my peers. They guided and directed me and helped me obtain my first job right away out of college.
Bowling Green State University is one of the top rated business schools in the country for a reason. The tools to succeed are available for all students and the staff are truly there to help! They also offer different business organizations to further your education and experiences. I wouldn't be where I am today without the education and experiences from BGSU!
BGSU is an amazing school to earn your degree. I learned so much inside and outside the classroom in my four years. I participated in marching band and became the section leader of the drumline and made many wonderful friends. Actually, I am newly married to one of those wonderful friends and couldn't be happier. BGSU is overflowing with opportunities to get involved and to further your career. I feel very qualified for the workplace after the instruction I recieved from my helpful, friendly and goofy professors. Take it from my 'Falcon Flame' husband and I - BGSU is the place to be!
BGSU may be an ok school if you attend on campus, but it is not a good online option. I chose this school for the convenience of online and the promise that I could take one class at a time. Once I was one class in, I was informed that I would need to take 2 classes at a time and effectively complete 2/3 of my degree within one year. After that time I would have 3 years to complete the remaining 4 classes. Administration does not take student complaints seriously and instead of apologizing or attempting to make the process better, spends time defending the program. There is no wish to grow. My school has already decided that they will no longer offer BGSU as an option. I will transfer to KSU in the summer. There were a few bright spots in the program. It is too bad that these teachers are stuck in this environment.
The campus was great for the rural area. Friendly students and professors. The classes were not watered down at all. A nice blend of a University and a College.
It's a good school but not the best of the best. It is a great school for producing teachers.
The faculty at the BGSU CDIS program were extremely kind, friendly, and all had open door policies (which were open not only for school related issues but also life ones). The staff were more family than just professors, while they were still revered and respected there was an air of openness that allowed you to interact and communicate with them on a more intimate level. Most of the staff is passionate about what they do but they are also laid back and flexible and more than willing to do whatever it takes to help you down your path.
I was a transfer student, so I can't speak about the first year experience, but I found all the staff in that process to be very helpful. I think BG is a good size for a school -- it has a lot of things to do, the town is smaller but not stiflingly so, but it's not so big that it's easy to feel lost. I think it's definitely what you make out of it -- if you're involved in your coursework, if you're looking to go above the "C's get degrees" mentality that a number of people here have, you can do really well for yourself and make great connections. The worst thing about this campus is that it's kind of ugly, but they're really trying to update it.