Wayne State College Reviews
Student & Graduate Reviews (5)
Wayne State College is a small college where you get hands-on learning in a small class environment. The teaching department does a great job of being understanding and demonstrating how teachers should conduct themselves and preparing students to become professionals in a profession that is dying in a sense.
Wayne state was a wonderful school. Small classes and opportunities to work with fellow students. A lot of on campus activities and also the instructors are there for you when needed. Advisers are quick to get to you and also the atmosphere. Wayne State has a great diversity and students all join clubs to get to know other people and meet new people.
Wayne State College provided an A+ education, without inflicting an unreasonable student loan debt. I was an adult raising children when our financial situation suddenly changed. When I mentioned something to an employee there, they sought scholarships for me on my behalf. I received two. They took care of me. I will forever be committed to doing whatever I can for this fabulous, beautiful college. The rigor of my education was incredible, too. They provide a sound education and get their students ready for their futures. The professors really care, and they themselves have experience in the field in which they teach. They provide real life experience for their students, and it is evident that they love their jobs, their subject areas, and their students. The college is located in a peaceful area, yet there is always something to do either on campus or off. They provide notifications to students of any happenings, be it safety or social. Wayne State College was a college I had heard of when living on the east coast. I'm glad I had the opportunity to attend, and I want to send my children there in a few years, too.
The campus is in a small town, so there are not a lot of metropolitan distractions - you can focus on your studies. The science program at WSC is a very thorough one...IF you're willing to do your work.
I enjoyed the campus because it was small and most teachers took the time to get to know their students. The downside is that it gets deserted on the weekends.