University of Houston Reviews
Student & Graduate Reviews (30)
The campus is in a central location in the city. There are multiple light rail stops on the metro-rail if you live off campus and do not want to deal with the parking meters, they are sticklers and it is not always a guarentee despite having a parking pass.
The University of Houston is an amazing campus to gain a useful education. There are both diverse faculty members and students and a variety of extracurricular activities to become involved in. The campus is beautiful and has wonderful public transportation. Although majority of students do not live on campus there are a variety of resources for students who choose to live on campus. I was equally challenged and supported at this university and if you choose to attend I believe you will be as well.
UH is a great school that is the most underrated campus in Texas. You are not only in one of the largest cities in the US but also one of the most diverse. UH's campus reflects the city very well and provides a place to be challenged and innovative.
Pursuing my undergraduate and now graduate degree at the University of Houston has been one of the most rewarding experiences. The college of liberal arts and social sciences is not only one of the largest but also one of the most diverse in terms of all the different students that you will encounter. My professors for anthropology pushed me to think critically and to further understand the world around me with complete insight. As a graduate student, I can also say that not only are these some of the best professors to work with, but that they really do care about student success. A big part of choosing to continue my graduate studies at University of Houston was due to the professors I would be able to continue to learn from as they are all very knowledgeable and respected in their field.
The university is a great school for students planning to go into the energy sector, in terms of jobs. It also has a great business school, music school and architecture school. I recommend the honors program. It is top notch. There is limited campus engagement and is a predominantly commuter school.
The University of Houston, Bauer College of Business has an excellent program for business majors. The Bauer College of Business has its own career center, separate from the main Universities career center. The Bauer College of Business Career Center offers many opportunities for students to network with employers, and recruiters.
I greatly enjoyed my time at the University of Houston. I graduated in 2006 with a degree in Media Production. This degree would have been useful in the radio or television field, but I started teaching instead. From what I remember, the degree plan was very fun. I really enjoyed the opportunity to learn about AVI equipment and the overall production process in radio and television. The University offered quite a few degree options and classes to help me achieve my goals.
Natural Science and Mathematics is a great program to be in because it offers a wide range of possible careers and prepares you well. The educators that are at the University of Houston are prepared to take students through demanding courses to better prepare the students in highly competitive careers.
The University of Houston is the most progressive university in Texas today. The entire state covers 268,597 square miles. That's 7% of the land mass for the United States! With all of that space, you're bound to find some amazing and well established institutions for higher education - UT- Austin and Texas A&M to name a few. While the University of Houston (UH) hasn't been in direct competition with these two entities, the recent announcements of obtaining Tier One Research University status, being awarded a Phi Beta Kappa chapter, and dominating the football field in 2015 as put UH in position to become the best university in Texas. As an undergrad attending the one of the top hospitality schools in the country, the Conrad N. Hilton College of Hotel and Restaurant Management at UH, I had access to local, national and global networking events. Everyday in class was an opportunity to learn not only the curriculum, but also the soft, personal skills it takes to be successful in the industry and in life. Hilton College and UH have greatly prepared me for where I am going. I am now enrolled to start my graduate degree program for Fall 2016 at the University of Houston.
Your journey at UH is what you make of it. You need to network by putting forth the effort to go and meet as many people and alumni as possible. I enjoyed meeting seasoned professionals as well as people my age. If you expect to just be welcomed into a professional network, maybe this school isn't community-oriented enough for you.