Georgetown College Reviews
Georgetown College is a liberal-arts college nestled in the midst of horse country and bourbon distilleries in Kentucky. It used to be Baptist-oriented but has since changed to an open-minded, growing country with many majors for those attending. As a North Carolina native, I enjoyed my four years living on-campus even though the college had more the suitcase college feel. In the wake of my classmates leaving on weekends, I utilized that time to study and explore the surrounding territory. In addition, the campus is green and lush with many towering trees and friendly faculty members walking to class. I was surprised as a freshman when professors would call me by first name and were happy to see me in their classes. Id recommend the school to anyone who likes a balance of academics, fun and campus life.
I really enjoyed going to college here, but it is small. It's size yields some of its worse flaws and greatest assets. I got personal and individual help in all my classes. "Big" classes were usually no larger than 30 students, while most of my classes were basically seminar in style. There are a lot of good professors and people. But the student body is a little small if you are prone to drama or such like. It's been compared to going to high school again. I am not prone to drama and really made the best of my experience though.