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4 out of 5
Degree: Healthcare Management
Graduation Year: 2006

This school provides a lot of great opportunities for those willing to do the work, and hustle. I enjoyed the plethora of social activities available as well as the instruction of my professors. The downside of the program is it needs more professional representation with organizations, such as AHIMA and ACHE. I found other Universities more competitive in the area such as GA State.

5 out of 5
Degree: Dental Hygiene/Hygienist
Graduation Year: 2009

Clayton State University offers a wide array of courses for many degrees or fields of study. The classes are intimate, the professors and instructors are phenomenal, and the campus is beautiful. There are always other students as well as administrators ready to help you navigate your path to success.

5 out of 5
Degree: Business
Graduation Year: 2018

Great program. Very excited I choose to attend. The school is very safe and the teachers are helpful! My sister graduated from this school and she is thinking of attend again to receive another degree. The campus is clean with many employees to assist you if you need help.. This is a great school your wont be disappointed.

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4 out of 5
Degree: Criminal Justice
Graduation Year: 2015

It was a great experience and interesting journey, but if one remain focused it can be accomplished and worth the challenge within this path....

4 out of 5
Degree: Psychology, General
Graduation Year: 2013

My sophomore year going into my senior year was great. However in my senior year the advisors I had were not good as senior advisors. The first advisor I had was new to the school and didn't know enough to help seniors. I asked if I could have another advisor and was given the choice of picking one. I chose a teacher I had previously had who was on top of his game as a teacher so I felt like he would make a great advisor. However, he was worst than the inexperienced advisor. He was too busy to meet with me when we scheduled meetings and very seldom responded back to emails. I noticed a discrepancy in the number of hours I had left in my senior year and I tried contacting him via email. I never received an email back. It was just a 1 hour discrepancy so I figured it must be wrong. However when it came time for me to get my degree I was advised that I was 1 hour short. The department chair tried to put blame on me stating that it is a students responsibility to make sure that they have enough hours. My issue with this is I contacted the advisor about the discrepancy and never heard anything back from him. Per the department chair this happened all the time where a person was lacking 1 or 2 hours to graduate. My question to her is why? So, is this the schools way of making more money off of the students? Students missing 1 or 2 hours to graduate should not be the norm. Dealing with this issue and the department chair made me see Clayton State in a totally different light. Initially I felt this was a school that cared and wanted the best for their students however after dealing with the department chair my feelings somewhat changed. I still think Clayton State is a good school I just don't have much respect for the department chair and some of her staff.

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