Elizabeth City State University Reviews
- Elizabeth City (NC)
- Annual Tuition: $7,260
100% of 4 students said this degree improved their career prospects
100% of 4 students said they would recommend this school to others
Student & Graduate Reviews
- Reviewed: 6/9/2023
- Degree: Business Administration
- Graduation Year: 2018
"I absolutely loved attending ECSU! I loved the small class sizes and the fact that my professors knew me by name and would check on me when I was not doing well. Even the Dean over my program knew me by name and would ask about specific areas of my life. Classes were mostly in-person which is how I learn best. I would absolutely attend the same university all over again."
- Reviewed: 12/20/2019
- Degree: Chemistry
- Graduation Year: 2013
"I attended Elizabeth City State University (ECSU) for my undergraduate studies because it was important to me to attend a university that had students and faculty who come from similar backgrounds and circumstances, and who have had similar cultural experiences as myself. It was also equally important to be at an institution that embodied an atmosphere of community and collaboration among the student body, professors, and faculty. After touring the campus and avidly speaking with Grady Deese and Larry Smith (former deceased faculty), I realized that ECSU offered the supportive atmosphere I desired. My time at ECSU was very enriching. Not only was I able to achieve academic success, but I was also provided the environment to grow as an individual and as a contributing member of a larger community. Specifically, my coursework and research experiences at ECSU helped me move onto my current doctoral program. As a student under the tutelage of Dr. Ephraim Gwebu (former ECSU professor and department chair), I was afforded the opportunity to participate in numerous extensive research experiences as a 2010-2013 National Institutes of Health Minority Biomedical Research Support Initiative for Scientific Enhancement (NIH-MBRS RISE) fellow, and a 2012 National Institute on Minority Health and Health Disparities Minority Health International Training (NIH-MHD MHIRT) fellow. These experiences prepared me to pursue a doctoral degree by enhancing my understanding and knowledge of biomedical sciences and allowing me to gain expertise in a variety of research techniques. I literally can go on and on about how great my experiences were at ECSU. If you are considering attending ECSU, please note that there you will get a first-rate education from caring professors and staff in a supportive atmosphere that encourages diversity and empowerment!"
- Reviewed: 2/6/2017
- Degree: Business
- Graduation Year: 2016
"I am a college graduate of Elizabeth City State University, I am currently in graduate school at Virginia University of Lynchburg pursuing master degree in organizational management. For ECSU to be a small school, this school has truly impressed me. I have regained my passion and strive for my interest and talents in Business Administration. I received my Bachelors Degree here and I am pursuing my Masters now at VUL. My teachers at ECSU have a strong interest in fueling my passion and raising me higher and higher in my studies and intellect in this field. They believe in me and in turn it makes me believe in myself more and more. Actually I was very surprised at how much school spirit there is. It seems that clubs such as Pep Squad and the band are the talk of the campus. I have realized that when it comes to colleges and universities in the south, the band is more important than the sports. As for Virginia University Of Lynchburg, it is definitely an excellent choice for higher learning. I am in graduate school right now and so far this school shows that you will stay focused, and be diligent in studies as there are no distractions. Making you nothing short of a Scholar upon my graduation."
- Reviewed: 5/31/2016
- Degree: Psychology
- Graduation Year: 2015
"Proud HBCU in a small community setting, with excellent professors and class offerings. I loved this school and learned more than I ever thought I would. Opportunities granted were widespread and tuition was the lowest of all schools in the UNC system!"