Michigan State University Reviews
Student & Graduate Reviews (58)
My degree program at MSU was extremely rewarding. Because MSU is so large, it is imperative that you take the time to understand who you are and what you want. Attending a Big Ten School was one of the best decisions I ever made and I would do it again in a heart beat. There's just something about being on such a welcoming and friendly campus that makes you feel at home. It does require you to have a sense of responsibility; moreover, I will admit that it took me a minute to adjust to campus and learn how to properly manage my time. Though that transition period did cause me some stress at the time, I came out stronger. I came out a Spartan. I don't regret any of the mistakes I made on my educational journey because they helped to craft me into the person I am today. Today I am an achiever, I am a graduate school student, and I am a future educator. I will always be a Spartan.
Attending Michigan State University has proven to be the single-most beneficial decision I have made up to this point in my life. The supporting reasons for that statement are both educational and social in nature. Every professor I had truly cared about preparing his or her students for a professional career after college. There were more career tools made available to me than I ever could have dreamed of. Socially, I was able to meet new people and create life-long friendships with a variety of other students. As a result, it gives me no pause to highly recommend the valuable and well-balanced experience that Michigan State University has to offer.
Michigan State University offers a diverse university experience, and is enhanced by the different interests of our student body. Sitting upon a sprawling campus that amplifies the beauty of Michigan's four seasons, MSU is a great place for building lifelong relationships, cheering on the team in a multitude of sports and activities, and working toward a degree that will impact positive change in our future.
I love my university; both academically & athletically. I would never change anything about my college experience.
Overall, MSU was a good school to attend. I do really feel that most students should attend a community college firs to understand what they want to do at university. I felt I had some really great professors, but I also had some bad ones that made it hard to focus on school.
The physics and astronomy are great places. Amazing teachers that will stay over time to help you succeed. The program itself is okay, the classes are good, especially those taught by Prof. Brown, but there are few of them due to the small astronomy department. Still overall i loved my time there.
Really enjoyed everything about my experience at MSU. It was a fun taste of college night life, but also an amazing balance of interesting challenging classes. I would recommend MSU to anyone interested in the sciences, especially veterinary medicine. Beautiful campus, amazing people, just all around a very special and important place to me.
Best school in the whole world. I would be nothing and nowhere without my experience at MSU. The people, the professors, the facilities, and of course the sports teams are all the best in the nation! I bleed Green and White.
Leaving for college was one of the best things I did in regards to relationships with my family. The after affects off a five-year program at a public university has been a nightmare financially. My number one suggestion for high school students thinking about college is to advocate for one's self. A counselor is a useful tool to find out as much information as you can about loans, scholarships, and grants. It is in ones advantage not to be afraid to apply for various financial resources. Also, find out if your parents or relatives are able to help you out in any way financially, and talk with a parent or both about the expectation of loans. Having a plan can help you identify classes to initiate your scholarly career without hesitation. An undecided major is suitable in your freshman and sophomore year as one is already enrolled in a beneficial post-secondary education. Identifying if you can take classes at a community college near your university is an affordable resource with credits that can transfer. Summer classes also assisted my curriculum schedule to lighten my load when I was deciding between two majors. Balance is key when working with numerous classes and different workloads. Making financial mistakes of will occur while attending college and I regret not being more involved in the process of my financial situation that would precede graduation.
I had a wonderful experience, with caring but intellectually tough professors and a supportive grad student culture.