Nicholls State University Reviews
Student & Graduate Reviews (5)
Nicholls State University offers an excellent Culinary Arts program which allows students to graduate with a Bachelors of Science Degree in Culinary Arts. Students take all basic college entry level courses their first three years in addition to required culinary courses. Students are required to participate in two paid externship. The first externship can be completed during students' sophomore year and the second during the end of students' junior year. The program is very intense and requires students to really apply themselves. Students have the opportunity to participate in local catering events and national competitions. The dynamics of Nicholls State University's campus allows students to quickly become familiar with their surroundings and become acquainted with others. The professors are very personable and caring.
My college was a complete waste of time. Everything I learned at my internships was laughed at by professors and everything I learned at school was laughed at by my employer once I graduated. I wish I would have gotten a 2 year degree and have been done with it.
Nicholls State University has an excellent faculty. Class sizes are moderate. You will love the campus atmosphere. The professors will work with you and help you strengthen your strengths and improve your weaknesses. They will help to you to explore different avenues for careers that you may not have considered. Advisers are readily available to help you, even if you want to change majors. Campus events are fun and often family oriented -- with a small town feel, with a Big Cajun food and fun.
Great school. Loved it! Good academics and a decent student life. Wish the school had more graduate and doctoral programs.
My experience at Nicholls State Univeristy was great. It is the perfect size school, where you feel at home and comfortable talking to your professors. My particular degree, art education, was not one with many students enrolled, so the support for being in two colleges was not always there, but overall a great experience.