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Degree: Graphic Communications, General
Graduation Year: 2001

If you are not familiar with USM it is widely known as Mississippi's diploma mill. You (or your cat) can get just about any generic, non-respected, useless undergraduate degree at this party school. It's littered with bitter professors who - generally speaking - couldnt get their foothold in private sector, economy-based employment (aka real job). The main point is - when your USM grad child goes looking for successful employment, they will greatly regret their choice ...and so will you. They'll have to do it all over again - and at a real school... with more loans to add to your debt. Don't flush away your hard-earned money at an institution that wants to run your child through the system just to pay the salaries of poor quality 'professors'.

1 out of 5
Degree: Industrial Engineering
Graduation Year: 2018

This is the worse university I have ever attended. If you are a veteran looking for a va-friendly school, DO NOT ATTEND HERE! They will not let you enroll in next semester classes until all of your GI bill money has come in and you have paid your entire semester in full! All us veterans know that our stipend doesn't come in full one time, it comes month after month. This means if you want to attend this university you have to have money up front, otherwise classes fill up before you get your GI Bill money. When I call the business service office to explain, they tell me "that's tough! sorry"

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