Search Reviews by College:

Hope College Reviews

0% of users found this page helpful Was this page helpful?
5 Reviews
Write a Review
60%
Recommend This School
80%
Degree Improved Career
5 stars
(1)
4 stars
(3)
3 stars
(1)
2 stars
(0)
1 star
(0)
Search over 221,000 programs:

Student & Graduate Reviews (5)

3 out of 5
-
Degree: International Relations and Affairs
Graduation Year: 2012

While Hope College has a good academic reputation, I feel that they stress too much about the importance of a liberal arts education rather than what is actually valuable in the job market. While I did choose my own majors and am now finally on the right career path toward graduate school, I have struggled financially since graduating.

4 out of 5
-
Degree: International Law and Legal Studies
Graduation Year: 2016

Hope College is not only a school where you attend to earn an education, it is also a school that strongly encourages students to be successful in all areas of their life. Hope provides many resources for students to become involved on campus as well as connect with alumni to further those connections outside of Hope. When a student graduates from Hope, they leave with a feeling of success and are equipped to be leaders in whichever field of work they choose. My overall experience at Hope was amazing and I would highly encourage students to attend.

4 out of 5
-
Degree: Business, Management, Marketing, and Related Support Services, Other
Graduation Year: 2009

Hope College is like a big dog in a small dog's body. It was a great experience, a home-away-from-home, a place where I met some of the best friends of my life, and ultimately, grew into a person who can think critically, work on a team, and be a positive, Christian example and contributor in our global society. I would very highly recommend Hope College!

Search over 221,000 programs:
4 out of 5
-
Degree: Psychology
Graduation Year: 2012

While my education was valuable when it came to shaping my worldview, upon graduation I found that I could not get a job with just a BA in Psychology. So, I decided to take the quickest route I thought possible and continue on to go for my Master of Social Work, thinking I could counsel people. This was a mistake, and a costly mistake, both in time and money. I wish that I had spent more time weighing my options and deciding what would be the best path for me. I now have finally taken an extra year of undergraduate school to get all of the prerequisites required to go to graduate school for either speech-language pathology or audiology. Because I am not 100% sure on which one out of the two I prefer, I am taking a break from school currently and will work full time. My main piece of advice is that if you get a bachelor's in psychology, be prepared to make decisions about what kind of graduate schooling you want, and consider options that you may not have thought you wanted before. Now, I just know that I want a good job where I can have a private practice and contribute something positive to the world while doing it. However, I no longer feel like I have the ability to single-handedly save the world or even offer sage advice as a counselor, which is why I am going the more scientific route for graduate school.

5 out of 5
-
Degree: Social Work
Graduation Year: 2009

Hope College was a great school and they more than prepared me for the social work field.

Thank you for your vote! Was this page helpful?
No votes yet. Be the first! 0% of 0 users found this page helpful.
Disclaimer: GradReports makes student reviews available via this site. The views expressed by users do not necessarily reflect the views of GradReports. GradReports takes no position with respect to the information or opinions expressed in the user comments/reviews and is not responsible for their content. For additional information, refer to our Review Guidelines.

Our tuition numbers reflect data collected from the National Center for Education Statistics.

This icon indicates that a school offers annual tuition for $15,000 or less. Tuition figures reflect the most recent data from the National Center for Education Statistics or data provided by an official representative of the school.