Butler University Reviews
Student & Graduate Reviews (8)
Butler is a place you have to want to be at or else you will not be happy. As soon as you walk on campus, you will know whether you do or do not want to be there. It is a feeling school. Hinkle magic is real and you can feel it as soon as you walk in.
With just around 4,000 students, Butler University offers both the atmosphere of a small school, and the connections and opportunities of a large institution. This combination vastly benefits its' students, as students develop real relationships with their professors and fellow students, who then help link them to internships, graduate schools, programs and jobs. This proved true for myself, as I was able to obtain a highly competitive internship, part time job, and was accepted into all of my graduate programs with the help and support of Butler University.
Butler University has offered me amazing opportunities to pursue my dreams. Being accepted into Butler's Physician Assistant program, I will be able to pursue my dream of helping others in the medical field! Butler is truly a community of care, and the professors here are willing to go to any length to help their students.
Butler is a tight knit community that offers its students an exceptional education. The professors are at the forefront of their field offering students a helpful and honest advice. Although I was only at the university a short time, I found a love of teaching and a number of role models to guide the way.
The biology program at Butler Universuty is very rigorous and demanding. Many students interested in medical school or graduate school are biology majors, because the program effectively prepares students for the work load of professional programs. Butler sets its students apart from students from other universities.
The Butler experience was amazing. There core values are a big part of the school and there is a sense of community when you go there. I absolutely love this school.
The campus is medium sized and very well maintained. It's like going to school in a park.
The school is way too obsessed with Greek life and if you're not in a Greek house, your social life is, without a doubt SCREWED. It's very very segregated. Personally I don't think the degree was worth the price. Campus is nice and there are good professors but still, too overpriced. The food is horrible. There is a fake fa̤cade that students are supportive of the basketball team - this is not the case. I'm thankful for the opportunity to have been able to go to school in Indianapolis, but I wish I would have gone elsewhere.