Southern Oregon University Reviews
Student & Graduate Reviews (10)
My college is known for its theatre program and its sciences, so in those areas I've heard wonderful things about SOU. In political science, I found my professors to be fabulous, but didn't feel incredibly challenged on the coursework. Additionally, I studied French and Spanish and thought those programs were very good. It's a small college, professors are very accessible and it's a beautiful campus.
From a business prospective the ROI of SOU's program was very high. Personally, my wife and friends were all able to get jobs straight out of college that paid between $45 - $60k. There were people going into management training through enterprise where after a year you got paid $42K, accountants start around $45K, and sales jobs were more like $60-$90. Even though around that area the median household income is just over $42k people with a college degree have a number of opportunities to make much more right out of college. The professors really care about the students success and work hard to get student opportunities.
Southern Oregon University has an outstanding school of business. The instructors all have very diverse backgrounds, lending to the curriculum they teach and the experience they share with students. The class sizes are small so each student is able to get one-on-one time with the instructor. The school of business offers a great variety of focus areas to choose from, as well as many certificates and minor options. Overall, Southern Oregon University not only fit my educational needs, it also fit my budget and I would recommend this university to anyone who wants to study with highly intelligent professors and a diverse group of peers.
It has small class sizes for majority of their classes and the professors are great. Although there are points when if you don't agree with the majority you get lowered on grades or treated differently
The program has some fantastic professors, with small class sizes, and state of the art facilities. Being able to talk to my professor, rather than an assistant, made a huge difference in my ability to get the kind of education I was looking for.
I love SOU. Relatively inexpensive and wonderful programs. Caring staff and professors and tons of student support services.
After graduating from SOU with degrees in Environmental Science and Chemistry I moved to Portland where I found a job in an Environmental laboratory. SOU provided me with a very solid background which allowed me to adjust easily into my career as a Chemist. While at SOU I made incredible connections with my professors because of the smaller class size. We were also able to run instruments like an NMR, GC/MS and others. If I would have attended a larger university a TA normally runs the instrument and gives the students the data. I would definitely recommend SOU.
I really enjoyed gaining the knowledge this program offers. I truly look at the world differently due to the intricate studying of systems that biology, chemistry, and physics offer.
My college degree changed my life - I met life long friends, mentors and contacts to further my career. Not only was the education and experience wonderful, but I was able to secure a job after graduating through my college internship at SOU. The School of Business program was engaging and forever life changing. College was one of the best experiences and choices I ever made. Visit SOU today -
I was a commuter student so I never got the full feeling of the campus life, but the level of instruction was very good. I especially appreciated my Marketing teacher Mark Siders and Accounting teacher Steven (blanking on his last name). They truly loved their subject and it showed; they also had practical work experience in their respective fields. The campus is very nice, most facilities are up to date. I would definitely recommend SOU to someone looking for a smaller university with good student/teacher ratio.