University of South Carolina-Aiken Reviews
Student & Graduate Reviews (6)
The University of South Carolina offers you an education in a picturesque surrounding. I found that the school was lacking in support for new graduates and would recommend some sort of upgrade to their job placement/networking structure. Having alumni help students find jobs in the field is something that should be more of priority.
USCA challenged me as a student to push my boundaries and grow. I grew in many aspects through a variety of experiences. I learned how to be an adult, a student, a worker, a leader, and take responsibility for my own actions and education. The classes and curriculum prepare you for your future while providing you with an experience to have personal relationships with students and professors. At graduation, you honestly are a big family of students and professors within your chosen field of study. I would not trade the undergraduate experience and personal relationships USCA gave me for anything.
The University of South Carolina has a great campus located in beautiful downtown Columbia and has so many opportunities to get involved and further your education! I am currently in the Pre-pharmacy program and the faculty in the program have been so helpful and informative; they truly want to see you succeed and get accepted into Pharmacy School.
USC is a great school, with plenty of history and longstanding traditions. They are constantly upgrading classrooms and amenities. The student body is spirited and proud to be part of the university. School sports are a big deal on campus. Since it's located in the heart of the capital of SC, there are plenty of things to do in addition to your academic studies.
I could not have picked a better college than the University of South Carolina at Aiken. I loved having that homey not too big feel of a college while still receiving a top notch education. I also came out of college with no student debt. That's something to be grateful for!
Great school that is growing more every year. Smaller majors have smaller class sizes which I loved. Get involved in greek life and you'll meet so many people!