Midwestern State University Reviews
Student & Graduate Reviews (6)
I received my BSRC from Midwestern State University's online program in 2014. I had previously obtained my associates degree from another college and then transferred to MSU to complete my bachelors. I have to give two thumbs up to this school and program. The professors are absolutely wonderful and always willing to help when needed. The course work was always manageable while I worked full time and you get to choose which classes you want to take instead of being told you have to take specific courses in a specific order. I loved that! I highly recommend MSU for anyone looking to complete their BSRC.
Midwestern has a lot of potential as a university. There was never a semester where some type of improvement or construction wasn't going on somewhere on campus. Of course, there is the constant complaint about parking, but this is a universal issue with colleges. My primary complaint was the lack of funding for the entirety of the math and science building. Much of the student equipment was old and fragile due to age, the greenhouse was severely damaged by hail and was not repaired for over a year by the time I graduated. There are some really wonderful professors, but many lack the funds needed to achieve their true potential.
Great university. Medium sized campus with multiple class type options. Ranked as a US News best buy liberal art school. Tuition is very affordable and my class advisor was wonderful. MSU and Wichita Falls were the perfect mix of small town and urban. Close to DFW and OKC.
I enjoyed the BSRS program at Midwestern State University. All of the staff in the radiology department was great. I only had one hick up in the 3 years that I attended the school, and that was just with an individual professor. But I would recommend the BSRS program to any one interested in starting or continuing an education in the radiologist sciences.
I loved my college experience. It was a small school that had a big university feel.
I really enjoyed getting my Master's in History at Midwestern State. I was able to take advantage of the opportunity to earn my degree while also serving as a Teaching Assistant. Since I was not sure if I wanted to commit towards a doctorate program at the time, this allowed me to decide where I wanted to go but not rack up student debt in the process. In most other universities or colleges the TA positions would all go to doctorate students.