SUNY College at Plattsburgh Reviews
Student & Graduate Reviews (4)
SUNY Plattsburgh is a fantastic school for those interested in the digital media and television/broadcast majors. The staff are incredible offering full support and guidance at almost any time. Professors were punctual with grades and were always more than happy to stay and talk after class. My second semester I was asked by my professor to be his teachers assistant (high honor). I worked hard and gave 110% on all my assignments. The thing I love the most is the community in the liberal and performing arts majors. Everybody was friendly but more importantly your teammate. Most importantly I had hands on experience working with live and recorded television within my first year which is usually not the case with others schools like PSU. Although the campus is small, there are plenty of clubs and activities to participate in; not to mention the proximity to Montreal and Burlington. I would highly recommend this campus to students in this major.
SUNY Plattsburgh is a fairly small, affordable campus with mostly great professors. I started here as a Studio Art Major concentrating in Photography. Later, I became an Information Technology major and a Web Design minor. What I love about Plattsburgh is the diverse amount of degrees and fields you can go into. The degrees that I have made me a very marketable candidate for jobs so far.
PSU is a great public college in upstate, NY. I wish they had more networks with more hotels and restaurants companies for students besides Disney World college program being their major one network. I hope college will build a hotel on site for HRTM students to work at just like they have a restaurant on site.
College was a great experience both academically and socially. I knew I wanted to do something business/finance related so I went for my major from the very beginning but I recommend to others to go as undecided or general if you are unsure what you want to do. College is an expensive endeavor and I feel the first year to year-and-a-half can be more of a "growing up" time in your life and it will prevent students from changing majors multiple times.