Student & Graduate Reviews
AAMU the HBCU - 9/26/2018
Degree: Social Work
Graduation Year: 2014
"In selecting a university I believe its important to research the community not just at the city level but also the community within your selected field of study. Also quality of education; does my teacher actually teach me or teaches at me. With Alabama A&M I had a strong community of teachers who sought to educate me, mentor me, motivate me and groomed me to become a competent social worker today. The administration issues have improved in some but if it was perfect and easy I wouldnt be as prepared for the twists and turns of adult life."
Mariam Robinson - 1/20/2018
Graduation Year: 2006
"Feels like home. Alabama A&M University made me feel like a family member and not just a number. Alabama A&M University created an atmosphere for learning. I was always comfortable making mistakes knowing that fellow classmates, faculty, and staff would assist in learning a better way to approach lifes problems."
Roshelle Sayles - 3/3/2017
Graduation Year: 2003
"Alabama A&M University is one of the few state funded Universities in Alabama. It is also one of the few Agriculture and Mechanical which has its own land that is used for student use and hands on studies. The campus also known as "The Hill" is a wonderful place to learn. The professors and counselors are there for you every step of the way and help to make sure that you graduate and have a successful future."
Erika Gerdine - 8/9/2016
Graduation Year: 2014
"Alabama A&M University was an amazing experience. As an HBCU (Historical Black College/ University, the campus has an homage that will forever live on. The institution stimulated me as an intellectual as well as an emerging professional. There is a great sense of pride that is not only rewarding but a great honor to receive an education and earn a degree from Alabama A&M . The networking and career experiences have certainly molded me into a well-rounded professional."
Jasmyn J. - 7/24/2014
Degree: Construction Management
Graduation Year: 2012
""The Hill" is an outstanding university for a student to pursue, develop, and successfully acquire a great engineering career. During my college years, the instructors were laying out an excellent foundation for me that definitely helped in the long run as a woman in my field. Thanks to all of my Construction Management professors for everything!"
Breanna McArthur - 7/24/2014
Graduation Year: 2014
"Alabama A&M University provides students with not only a quality education, but also a cultural experience that will cultivate students personal growth. For students who are apprehensive about leaving home for school, A&M is an excellent choice because it provides a nurturing environment that makes student's college transition very simple. To me, A&M is, and always will be, a home away from home. There are a plethora of majors that students can choose from. The areas I suggest students to look into are: agricultural majors (such as Food Science, Environmental Science, etc.), Chemistry, Engineering, Computer Science, Mathematics, Business and/or Marketing. Although some students may feel intimidated by pursuing the hard sciences, students should not feel discouraged. A&M has small class sizes which allow students plenty of opportunities to build strong relationships with their professors and classmates. Also, most of Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM), fields offer funding for high achieving students. Food Science is an excellent major to pursue for students who are seeking an applied science. The department provides quality professionals who are committed to their students academic achievement, countless professional development and internship opportunities, and a small, family oriented, network. Food science is a unique discipline that encompases a diverse group of sciences such as, mathematics and chemistry, to analyze and assess the quality of foods before they are available for consumption. Also, food science is a broad area which allows students flexibility to do whatever they want to do within the field. Students who decided to major in food science at Alabama A&M will not be disappointed. A&M is one of the few Historically Black Colleges (HBCs) that has an accredited food science program. The program is rigorous, but it is not impossible for students wiling to adopt an assiduous work ethic. Most students who've graduated from A&M with a degree in food science, have gone one to work for various industries such as, USDA, NIH, Kellogg's, or Publix. Other students have been admitted into prestigious graduate schools to further their education. However, even if a potential student does not have an interest in science, I still suggest that he/she consider making A&M their college of choice. It has been proven that if you start here, you can go anywhere!"