Morgan State University Reviews
Morgan State University is a great school to attend if you are looking to improve your self-initiative skills. They will make nothing easy for you (which is a good thing in a lot of ways, but can be a pain in others). It's easy getting into Morgan but they will make you work to get out. Retention rate is really high, not because students are lazier here than anywhere else, but because of the numerous standardized tests you must pass with a "B" or better in order to graduate. I, myself, had to take 7 different standardized exams. I was tempted to complain about Morgan a lot while I was there however, now that I look back I am really grateful for the standard they uphold. It grew me and now I tell everyone "Go to Morgan if you want to learn!"
I attended Morgan State University and I had a wonderful experience. Not only did I attain a degree that prepared me to teach successfully in Baltimore, I also gained friends and family that continue to network and help with my families I work with
Morgan was an excellent school. The class sizes were not overwhelmingly large. This have students a chance to have meaningful interactions will all instructors. My department was small, so I was constantly in touch with my professor, program director and advisor. The professors were very helpful for the most part.
Although Morgan State University was not my first choice, it was the best decision I've made thus far in life. My 5 years at Morgan State University cultivated the leader that I am today. When I first got to Morgan, I was a Chemistry major. As a Cameroonian-American, only careers in medicine, pharmacy, engineering and law were acceptable. Later during my matriculation, I realized that I did not enjoy chemistry and more importantly, I did not want to become a pharmacist. As a result of this realization, I changed my major to Biology. Again, another great decision, I made. While Morgan's Biology Department wasn't equipped with the best labs, it was home to a very intelligent, research-oriented faculty and learning under this diverse faculty further fueled my interest in science. If there was one thing I could change about my program, it would be to make research a requirement. The program was originally intended for those students interested in pursuing Medical school after graduation, the entire student population could have befited from a required internship or science project. Other than that, Morgan was the best!
Morgan State University is a top notch learning institution. The diversity of the teaching staff and small class sizes made it an ideal place to learn. I recommend visiting the dynamically growing campus to see if it's right for you. Morgan State University is a leader in the stem sciences as well has several notable alumni.
Morgan state is a great school. It is the best hbcu. They have the best teachers and best dorms
Very good classes and amazing teachers. The administration is terrible though. You must be your biggest advocate and stay organized and document everything
I would recommend Morgan State, although at first I was not impressed. Once I began to get involved and understand campus, it was a great experience. I do wish the school had more weekend activities, but the sporting events and general campus atmosphere was fine.
Yes- my degree program taught me how to think and how to problem solve. Additionally- it gave me skills to work with a variety of different people/stakeholders.
Get an internship, study aboard (even if only for 1-2 weeks) and explore your options. Don't just dismiss someone or something, because you "think" it is not valuable.