Jacksonville State University Reviews
The student-to-professor ratio is fairly low on campus. This allows plenty of opportunities for students to get to know their professors on an individual basis. The professors are more than willing to help students during their time as a student and after graduation. For example, I myself have found that professors are more than willing to help me as a transition from an undergraduate to a graduate student. Not only that, but they are genuinely interest in my success as a student. The campus is know for its friendly southern atmosphere. To my knowledge, the tuition rates are decent (both in-state and out-of-state) in comparison to other colleges of roughly the same size. There are several scholarship opportunities available and can be applied for online. If living on campus is an issue for those in other state, the University offers distance education where a degree can be earned by taken all courses and required testing online. The campus also includes a very enthusiastic international program that accepts students from other countries who would like to study here in America (the program also offers residency at the International House on campus). Campus staff are generally willing to help students in any way possible, even if it is simply putting them in touch with the right people. My time there was great and would definitely recommend the college to other students who are seeking higher education.