Clarion University Reviews
Student & Graduate Reviews (7)
Clarion University had an excellent undergraduate degree program for Library and Information Sciences. I was able to earn my BSEd in Library Science, K-12; a certification in Secondary English, 7-12; and participate in the Honors Program - and I graduated a semester early even with all of these things. The Honors program was rigorous without being too taxing, and it provided many opportunities for scholarships, networking, and advancement. The Library Science program had excellent professors while I was there, but the program has since been moved online and I can no longer attest to its effectiveness. Clarion was a wonderful, affordable school. Just be sure to get involved in something; it's a little rural, and without outside interests, boredom can definitely set in.
Having attended four schools to complete my degree, Clarion stood out as the top. I am more than pleased with not only the education but the experience. Online learning has unique challenges and Clarion does a great job at meeting those challenges head on.
Awesome, good professors, course curriculum is very good. I strongly recommend others to join. D2l is web based course teaching is awesome. I am under computer science department , faculty is so helpful to understand the courses , they respond to emails and any doubts without any delay.
I took the online classes and I thought that they were great. The teachers were helpful although it may have been easier to meet face to face rather than a phone call or email but they were great. All the materials and class work were thoroughly explained.
I loved my college. It wasn't that far away that I was able to come home whenever it was needed, but I was far away enough to be independent. It was small and had the field in which I wanted to study.
I was able to take a few GIS classes, which was extremely helpful for graduate school. However, as someone who wants to study weather (meteorology), there were not many atmospheric science classes. Clarion was definitely more geology oriented.
I studied for 3 years at Clarion. All the staff, the professors, and students were nothing but supportive. There are tons of tutoring programs, lots of office hours, and plenty of helpful people all around. Clarion is in a small town in North Western PA but, it's a great school. My professors were all engaged and more than willing to help me.