South Dakota State University Reviews
The grad nursing instructors don't teach. They expect you to know & demean you when you don't. They don't want you to succeed; they make it as hard as possible. I filed an official complaint as I was required to do extra assignments other students didn't have to do and when those weren't satisfactory to them they had me sign a document saying they would lower my grade an entire letter. I honestly cannot say enough negative about the power and dynamics going on there. Please stay away
South Dakota State University was big enough where it had so many options for majors, extracurricular activities, and organizations, but had a small town feeling that made it seem like home. I am so happy I chose to get my education from there.
Started out as a Microbiology major, but need straight A's back then to get into grad school. Ended up with degree in Economics, Business minor. SDSU is a good school, nice campus, excellent staff and facilities. Economic basic courses were taught by a Noble prize winning Economist.
The campus was nice they offered a lot of help for students. The engineering program was also great, it offered a lot of hands on learning
Great school, lots of interesting coursework and offerings for internships and field experience.
College was an amazing experience that shaped me into the adult I am now. Not only do you learn a lot in terms of academics, but you also gain a lot of skills such as time management and balance. College is also a great experience in regards to growing up, it's almost like training wheels for being out of the house and becoming an adult.
Very nice and well maintained. Classes were small and taught well.