University of North Carolina at Asheville Reviews
Student & Graduate Reviews (8)
The Sociology program at UNC Asheville provides invaluable attention to individuals and their wellbeing. Professors know every student by name, and class sizes are never larger than 30 students. Furthermore, the liberal arts curriculum allows you to get a holistic perspective, and to approach all disciplines from a more open-minded lens.
UNCA offers an outstanding education for a small handful of dollars. The members of the faculty are highly qualified and extremely interesting. Set in Asheville, you cannot find a better education in a more beautiful place. Be prepared to be uplifted!
I think attending the University of North Carolina at Asheville has had many benefits to my life. I studied Anthropology and Sociology. I believe that the class material and discussions has allowed me to be more open to learning about other people and other cultures. It has inspired me to travel and to go to graduate school. I am now attending Roosevelt University so that I can get my Masters in Clinical Mental Health Counseling. I believe that the skills I learned at UNCA has helped me to be empathetic to those who are different from me. This is how I hope to be a more effective counselor in the future. UNCA has a beautiful campus and since the school it is so small, it creates a real sense of community and closeness. It is nice to have some kind of connection with most of your fellow students. Although I do not think Asheville is ethnically diverse, I think it is diverse in may ways. I was able to meet people with different backgrounds and what struck me most was being about to learn about peers who had different views of sexuality and different sexual orientation. I was able to learn so much about gender and transgender issues, topics that are still important in society today. The class sizes are very small as well. I'm glad my classrooms weren't in a big auditorium - we were able to have open discussions and learn about other perspectives and opinions. I highly recommend UNCA to anyone who desires learning in small classrooms and who has a desire to learn about other people.
Liberal Arts college, very small, 12 ppl in a classroom, very involved in community
College was a great experience. My professors and other students opened my eyes to new opinions and ways of looking at things. I grew a lot during my college years and began to form the opinions that make me who I am today. I developed a lot of my core beliefs and political views during college.
My college was amazing. I loved it.
University of North Carolina at Asheville is a Wonderful school that is affordable. The student population is very diverse and ins lauded students of all ages with a perfect blalance of liberal arts education. Events on campus were informative and fun.
I loved my college. Class sizes were small and the professors were intellectual and made sure information was conveyed in the easiest and most comfortable manner for students. Unca offers an assortment of really great classes that touch on a diverse of majors and subjects. I chose Sociology. I feel after graduating I was not only a equipt with an universal understanding of the chosen field, but also inherited insight and knowledge on other fields connected to the a sociological realm. I have my professors to thank, myself for pursuing and obtaining a huge goal, and Unca as a whole for giving me the opportunity to exceed and be one step closer to a fulfilling life.