Central Michigan University Reviews
Student & Graduate Reviews (31)
The faculty are usually friendly and approachable and are willing to meet with you to assist in resolving matters. There is much online access for traditional students as well as global campus users. I have enjoyed most of my classes at this college so far and have grown with many of them I have taken. I am hoping to continue on as a graduate student in English once I finish my Accounting degree.
I enjoyed my Graduate studies at CMU. I would recommend this program to others.
CMU was a great college with various degrees to choose from. If you are looking for a school that isn't too big or too small, CMU is the right place for you.
Great school! Large enough to have lots of opportunities for academic and extracurricular involvement, but small enough to be comfortable and not intimidating to a non-city girl. I felt like I got to know some of the professors well and had guidance for being successful in school and in applying to professional schools.
Beautiful campus, loved most of my professors, lots of good classes to choose from.
A great place. The campus and the city aren't real nice, but the professors are knowledgeable and caring.
It is a small town feeling with great opportunity. The environment was second to none. I visited many schools and never got the feeling I did in Mount Pleasant.
Central Michigan University offers the full college feel without the big college campus. It not overwhelming or too much to handle. You can easily fill your day with back to back classes (something that cannot be done on larger campuses). Central Michigan is in the heart of the state and offers the bigtime college feel in small town USA.
CMU is a great place! The campus is very pretty & the town it's in has just enough to keep you busy!
Located in colleges mall town setting. Knowledgeable and dedicated faculty. Nice local recreational resources, environmental education emphasis. Have seen through alumni publications that campus has expanded over the years since I was there. Had been able to utilize program projects in real-life practical applications.