Middle Georgia State University Reviews
The financial aid office is absolutely terrible. They aren't helpful at all. If you don't bring up information about loans, scholarships, or any type of aid, they will sit back and wait until it's time for you to graduate to tell you what needs to be paid. If you are due for a refund, make sure you stay on top of it because most applicants just get pushed to the side while they waste time.
Middle Tennessee State University was a great school to attend for a bachelors degree. The instructors were very helpful and personable. Their curriculum was very up to date which was helpful in keeping us as students interested in our field of study.
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I had transferred from Georgia State University to Middle Georgia. I like the classes a lot better. The classes were smaller and I actually had a chance to ask my professor for help. Also I saw an improvement in my grades once I selected the right major. I would recommend this school.
I received my degree from Middle Georgia State University and I got my bachelors degree in psychology. I think its very important to have a professor and student interaction. For my program, I believe the professor were very helpful and are willing to work with you if you ask them. The school is on the smaller scale which is a good thing to help you concentrate in your classes. The most students in a class is about 30 students. Overall I would recommend my school.
Middle Georgia State University is an excellent school for the price. It's fast-growing, and the small class sizes are great for teacher-student interaction. It is not an easy school, you will feel prepared upon graduation. With newly offered Master's and five campuses, this school is on the rise.
This degree and college have not only helped my career, but also helped launch it. As long as you work hard and engage in meaningful learning so that you are able to actually apply theory to practice, you will reap all the benefits of this program. If I could do it all over again, I would still choose this school and this program.
Middle Georgia State University has a big program for Business and nursing degrees. The tuition is very cheap , and you get lots of opportunities in the classroom and outside of the classroom. There are lots of great teachers that will help you in anyway that they can. One of the biggest things that i really enjoy about this school is that there are never any classes on Friday, so you will anyways have a three day weekend. This three day weekend gives you time to do any homework that you may have. Also the teachers understand that their class isn't the only one that you have, so your generally given a week to complete homework.
I think my Alma Mater is the cheapest and most effective school for receiving a degree in the Logistics Field. The professors within this particular discipline care about the program's growth as well as the individuals in the program. It is not a popular field of study, and you will always get aa chance to network with other students and peers from other institutions. The most effective and memorable experience for me is/was the logistics convention that happens every year: Teachers (the professors at Middle GA included) from Clayton State and other universities work to put together an exclusive opportunity for the students: It is limited to those who pre-register and sign up. Several employers, prospective and those you never considered could be present and ready to give you insight, career advice, and job/internship opportunities.