Cameron University Reviews
Cameron is a small town university situated in rural Oklahoma. It is perfect for students just out of high school, but not ideal for international students who already have college credits. As an international student, my three year associate degree was not taken into account by Cameron. While it was added to my transcript, I was not allowed to transfer any of my credit for classes as simple as Composition 1 and 2. I could not transfer credits for a Shakespeare course because I studied different Shakespeare books at my previous college. Explanations like this one made no sense to me. I had to take the full length four year degree despite having three years of solid, world class instruction from my home country, Jamaica. I found the classes at Cameron elementary, especially the general education classes. Only a few Communication and English courses required me to really push the limits. The campus itself is beautiful and small enough for students to walk with ease from one class to another. The community of Lawton is also easy to get around. For students who don't own a car, there is a reliable bus system that is usually on schedule. Campus life is not really exciting, but it is perfect for students who have trouble staying focused. There isn't a lot there to distract or keep you away from your studies.
AS A RECENT GRADUATE WITH A BACHELORS OF SCIENCE DEGREE, I WAS AMAZED AT THE LEVEL OF EDUCATION THAT I RECEIVED. CAMERON UNIVERSITY IS SUCH A GREAT TO SCHOOL THAT OFFERS A TOP NOTCH LEARNING EXPERIENCE. THE STAFF CARES ABOUT EACH STUDENT AND PREPARE THEM FOR THEIR FUTURE. I HAVE RECENTLY BEEN EXCEPTED INTO THE MASTERS PROGRAM IN EDUCATION/PSYCHOLOGY AND I FULLY RECOMMEND CAMERON UNIVERSITY AS A CHOICE FOR YOUR COLLEGE EXPERIENCE.
Cameron University is a great school. I was satisfied with the education I obtained there. It prepared me for my career and current graduate program I am in. I currently am in the school psychology graduate program at the University of Central Oklahoma.
You receive a well-rounded education from the faculty at Cameron University. There is a good mix of traditional studies and graphic studies. We were trained classically or traditionally before we could move on to the experimentation process; we learned to write proficiently and speak publicly; we were shown to think outside the box and how to use our creative talents in other areas, not just in the Fine Arts. The teachers themselves are fabulous artists that continue to learn themselves and carry that over into their teachings and influence to the students. I would recommend attending here for art school. It's a small, family like atmosphere & you receive a valuable education.