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Graduation Year: 2020

I would not recommend doing any online courses or degree through Arkansas State University. The price is good sure but they are so disorganized and I ask questions about my program and my adviser and student coordinator don't know answers. The online courses have over 5oo students in them so you just feel like a number. Also, the instructor doesn't even grade your assignments and discussions! There are academic assistants that do all the grading. If you ask the instructor a question they just say 'refer to the rubric', that may only be the instructor i have but I have her for nearly all my courses online. There are misspellings and different names used for the same assignments in the syllabus and in weekly modules; that makes the courses even more confusing. There were no actual videos of showing step by step how to use blackboard online website so I had to go to youtube to actually find useful tutorials. If I email academic assistants or my instructor is has taken on average a week and a half for them to get back to me; that's awful because my assignments are due within a week. Also, they do not open assignments early so you can work ahead and be flexible with your schedule. I do not recommend Arkansas State University. The disorganization alone is enough to make me regret my decision of enrolling here.

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Degree: Public Administration
Graduation Year: 2017

This college is one of the few colleges that actually prepare students with grant writing and program evaluation courses. Surplus aid is paid within two weeks of course beginning. I highly recommend this school. A 2.5 or higher gpa is good. Check out this school first.

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Degree: History
Graduation Year: 2012

ASU has small class sizes and a campus that is easy to get around. It's located in a town that still has a small town feel. The professors are helpful and well qualified. There are plenty of activities and groups on campus for a variety of interests.

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Degree: Political Science
Graduation Year: 2015

Absolutely loved it. I would say get as involved as you can on campus! Join a club or an rso or a Greek life organization you'll love it

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Degree: Clinical, Counseling and Applied Psychology, Other
Graduation Year: 2014

My primary reason for choosing to attend ASU was its convenient location in a city where my family lived. It worked out well - Staff members were helpful, and I learned a lot in courses.

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Degree: Finance
Graduation Year: 2014

I loved my time at Arkansas State. I feel like it was great for me to go there by going to a cheaper college I got the same degree and saved a lot of money.

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Degree: Accounting
Graduation Year: 2011

I loved my college and my professors. Could not ask for a better environment to learn in and be a part of.

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Degree: Kinesiology and Exercise Science
Graduation Year: 2012

I attended Arkansas State University in Jonesboro,AR back in 2007. I went in as a nursing major,but changed my mind as time went on. I enjoyed exercising every since I was a little girl. After finding out about exercise science I took heed in learning more about it. As I graduated I told myself I'm going to get right back in school. Of course time flew by so I told myself it's time to get back into college. I started to think about what I wanted to get my master's in. So I made up in my mind since I'm working in the human resource field why not receive an MBA in human resource online degree.

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