University of South Carolina-Columbia Reviews
Student & Graduate Reviews (28)
The University of South Carolina provided an awesome overall undergraduate experience. Large universities, like USC, offer opportunities to get involved with so much inside and outside the classroom. While studying I participated in a sorority, student organizations, clubs, internships, and so much more. In the classroom I felt my professors offered engaging curriculum and a lot of support if I needed it. Because of all this I felt like I left the school as a well rounded graduate. I enjoyed my experience so much that I'm starting my Masters of Business Administration at USC in January 2017!
The University of South Carolina was an amazing school! Not only were the teachers helpful, the classes were very informative. I have learned so much about the career path that I'm choosing and I'm excited for whatever the future has in store for me!
The University of South Carolina offers a diverse academic environment with varied programs and offerings. The campus is beautiful, and the collegiate atmosphere is outstanding. It would be very difficult to find a school with more pride and loyalty in its athletics than USC, and that causes the university to be a very fun environment. As far as campus life is concerned, the Greek life scene thrives on the campus, and the students are generally very welcoming and inclusive. I would highly recommend the University of South Carolina to any aspiring attendee, as there truly is something for everyone at that great school.
The University of South Carolina's Masters of Accountancy program was a great experience and and a fairly decent value.
Although the campus and area is nice enough, it also rests on a very steep hill. Mainly the core subjects will be taught in the main part of campus. The College of Engineering & Computing buildings have a major train problem.
The college is under developed, unorganized and treat doctoral students badly. Their financial packages are also not competitive.You will leave the college unprepared to compete with PhDs from other schools. There are a few good professors who should leave the college.
College was a great time for me. I really learned to come out of my shell and how to live on my own. I had never had the experiences that I had in college before, so I learned how to deal with keeping a schedule and making appointments, etc. You also learn that networking is crucial to being successful in the real world. College is like a real world simulator.
Carolina was a great institute, but bear in mind that you get out of it what you put into it. You can get a degree by taking easy professors and classes or truly earn your degree by taking challenging courses under a really great faculty.
Engineering school is great. Plenty of resources. The advisors weren't as much help but the staff is willing to helping you go after it. They also worked really well with my financial situation. The school as a whole is run well and in a great place. Lots to do and lots of people to meet. They have recently updated many of the dorms. I'm very happy with my time at USC.
Loved the college. Always was a wonderful experience