Armstrong State University Reviews
- Savannah (GA)
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Student & Graduate Reviews
- Reviewed: 9/27/2020
- Degree: Information Technology
- Graduation Year: 2015
"This school has a major leadership issue!! During my time there they changed their name (for no reason) and passed the cost onto the students in the form of tuition. They then funneled money to the lack luster sports departments that were then dissolved when Georgia Southern bought them out. It blows my mind how a "School" has more administrators and coaches than educators. Beyond that the courses offered are a lie. Most of the classes in their catalog are all the same course with different names or not "offered at this time" especially in the Computer Science department. To put the cherry on the cake the department heads are essentially a game of musical chairs so no one takes responsibility for any of the poor decisions being pushed down from the President of the school who could care less. Only go here if you absolutely have to and even then get through it as quickly as possible because all you are is a cash cow for milking to this school and its administration. Note: some of the teachers care and want you to do the best you can but they are limited by the school and the resources provided to them."
- Reviewed: 6/4/2018
- Degree: Public Health
- Graduation Year: 2016
"Armstrong State University had many positive aspects that influenced my education. I absolutely loved the small class size. The ratio of student to professor was perfect. It made it easy to get to know the professors and vice versa. The campus is very easy to navigate as well. I felt prepared when I walked across that stage to go out into the world and achieve greatness."
- Reviewed: 11/1/2017
- Degree: Science & Math
- Graduation Year: 2017
"I currently attend this college and am not pleased. It is one of very few in my area so I was limited on choices. The staff isn't really helpful at all and some of their professors are terrible and don't even attempt to help you succeed. The online teachers aren't bad, but don't expect any advisor to help you get into online programs. Remember college is a business and all they want here is money."
- Reviewed: 6/13/2017
- Degree: Early Childhood Education
- Graduation Year: 2014
"Small friendly campus. You really get to know the people in your classes once you choose a major. I had a great experience there. The teachers in my program were experienced and knowledgeable in their areas. They are also understanding and helpful with work they assign. I also enjoyed my internships they prepared me somewhat for what to expect in the teaching world and gave a great opportunity to network with schools for future job openings."
- Reviewed: 4/1/2017
- Degree: Communications
- Graduation Year: 2012
"Great school on a beautiful campus. Small class sizes gave me more interaction with faculty and peers. Excellent school for veterans. They have a lot of good programs for military students. Resource Center has everything you need. Computers, printers, books, fridge, microwave, tv. They do a lot of events on campus for military students, too. Make sure you join their SVA. I had a good time with my fellow vets."
- Reviewed: 2/12/2017
- Degree: Mathematics
- Graduation Year: 2016
"While I am somewhat biased as an graduate of the university, I feel this college is one of the best kept secrets in Georgia. Small enough to offer great a community feel, but large enough to offer amenities, Armstrong caters to a wide variety of students. The academics are surprisingly rigorous, the staff incredibly supportive, and who wouldn't want to live 30 minutes from the ocean. If I had children, I would be pleased to send them to Armstrong."
- Reviewed: 7/21/2016
- Degree: Elementary Education
- Graduation Year: 1992
"I had a very good experience with Armstrong State. I got one-on-one attention when I needed it and the professors showed compassion and professionalism. I felt safe there and was able to participate in campus activities when I wanted to, but not pressured if I preferred not to. I would recommend Armstrong to anyone looking for a good college with small class sizes and individual attention."
- Reviewed: 7/7/2015
- Degree: Biology
- Graduation Year: 2010
"This school sucks!!! The professors don't care for their students, and my advisor was very rude!! I ended up leaving this school and going to Georgia Southern. The experience was terrible!! It's like they don't want you to graduate!! The professors teach poorly!! Would not recommend this trashy school to anyone!! m"
- Reviewed: 8/8/2014
- Degree: Health Education
- Graduation Year: 2016
"As a non-traditional student, the overall experience was very easy to adjust to after being absent from school life for many years.. The professors are very knowledgeable and accessible for assistance in any capacity. The degree programs are respected and sought after in their appropriate industries. The Financial Aid Office goes above and beyond to help you get the funding required according to your needs and goals.. The campus is very well monitored with a security force that is competent, friendly and ready to help in any way that they can. AASU has a very relaxing environment with plenty of outdoor gardens, fountains, and sitting areas for studying, meeting with friends, or just waiting between classes. The university has a great diverse group of students from different cultures and generations which provides an extraordinary learning backdrop that contributes to an outstanding overall educational and rewarding event."