Texas A&M University-San Antonio Reviews
- One University Way (TX)
- Annual Tuition: $22,764
100% of 3 students said this degree improved their career prospects
100% of 3 students said they would recommend this school to others
Student & Graduate Reviews
- Reviewed: 6/24/2019
- Degree: Criminology
- Graduation Year: 2018
"Texas A&M-San Antonio is a fast-growing University. Texas A&M-San Antonio has the potential to become the University that welcomes diversity. If not, it already is. I really loved being part of the A&M family. While being in Texas A&M-San Antonio, I was able to attend several activities the university and network with other students who were really interested in advancing their career. In one occasion, Texas A&M-San Antonio was able to bring the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI). They offered an hour presentation and had staff at the end of the presentation to talk to students. They spoke of the many careers the FBI offers and how to get with the federal agency. Texas A&M-San Antonio also provided me with the tools to deal with life as their instructors were well aware that we live in a society that is changing. On the other hand, the program of Criminology was full of instructors whose experience had already a career based on the field. When they were teaching in class, they were not only talking from the book, but from their own experience. Some professors already had their Ph.D. while others were earning their Ph.D. I had a quality of instructors. They knew what they were teaching, and they were interested in our learning as well. Although I must admit that Texas A&M-San Antonio needs more contacts and networking with the hiring companies. It is absolutely essential that the university establishes those contacts so students can graduate with a job already. Many of us struggle to connect with good employers, and the university will be a great bridge to assist its students."
- Reviewed: 3/29/2017
- Degree: Accounting
- Graduation Year: 2015
"As a former graduate I highly recommend TAMU-SA to future students, TAMU-SA greatly assisted me with the transition from the community college to the university life. I loved how student oriented the staff and professors were, it was almost like being at a community college with a University feel to it. My overall experience was great, classes were rarely overcrowded which really allowed the professors to answer questions and discuss topics in detail. Many courses provided the option of watching a live feed and a recorded class lecture to watch at the students convenience. These Hyflex courses were a lifesaver for busy students that were unable to physically attend the lecture and still wanted to participate. Overall compared to other local Universities, A&M really gave you the best bang for your buck."
- Reviewed: 11/9/2015
- Degree: Psychology
- Graduation Year: 2014
"The college I attended was wonderful! I really enjoyed going there because it was very laid back but very informative & easy going. The professors were great, the environment was great, the people were great, & the classes were pretty good. Overall, a really good college with knowledgeable professors."