SUNY at Fredonia Reviews
Student & Graduate Reviews (7)
I loved being a student at the State University of New York at Fredonia. Overall, my experience attending classes there and living on campus was very positive. The dorms are nice and everyone was very welcoming. In addition, there is plenty of off campus housing.
Pros: amazing atmosphere Small campus Decent food Many opportunities for internship Office hours are easy and assemble Professors care about students/help the achieve Small classes, largest I had was 120 students Cons: cs program was not developed well Not much java Not much to do off campus
SUNY Fredonia is a smaller school, but big enough for plenty of activities and classes to chose from. It is located right off of Lake Erie which is nice to go to in the warmer months. Everyone is very helpful who works on campus and I've also never met any means students either. It's a small town kind of feel while providing the experience of a large college. I enjoyed going to school here. All of their programs are very thorough and they offer tons of courses and degree programs. It is a great place to go to school!
SUNY Fredonia is a small but diverse college, which allows for a better student to teacher ratio. Personally, this helped me learn a lot better as I could more easily communicate with my professors. The music program at Fredonia was absolutely fantastic. I was given many performance opportunities both on and off campus and expanded my knowledge of music greatly. There are a variety of music courses that are open to both majors and non-majors. Fredonia also has guest speakers and lectures quite often throughout the school year along with different workshops. There are many social activities and clubs on campus from Relay for Life to movie showings and bingo. This campus creates the perfect balance between fun and learning, which definitely takes the stress from school away. I would highly recommend attending Fredonia to any prospective students as it is not only educational, but affordable, fun, and safe.
Good class selection. Smaller class size was nice for professor/student interaction. Knowledgeable and experienced staff.
I learned and grew a lot, but the only useful classes were ones that provided "real world experience" working with local businesses. I paid a lot of money for a piece of paper, but in addition to my academics, I learned far more about how to function on my own and the experience was well worth it, for me. It's definitely not for everyone and people shouldn't go to college just because it's expected. They should wait until it's something they desire to do by their own accord.
Nice small town, great place to focus on studies, plenty of extracurricular clubs/teams