Virginia Commonwealth University Reviews
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VCU was an excellent school. After two years in community college, I transfered easily to VCU with guaranteed acceptnce. The Exercise Science Program is growing, but improving every year. Some of my classes were not as well organized as I would have hoped, but I know they are improving and becoming one of the largest programs at VCU. My advisor was extremely helpful and made sure I had all my classes I needed to graduate on time.
VCU was a very diverse school with lots of opportunities for extracurricular involvement. It's location in Virginia's capital of Richmond offered something for everyone. The staff is helpful and approachable despite the large class size. I felt very prepared upon graduation with the degree and experience it provided me with.
VCU is one of the best colleges for earning an engineering degree, while maintaining the family unit cohesion that other colleges tend to forget about. I would greatly recommend attending this college if you are in search of an engineering degree and a family away from home.
High value for you money. Small classes, thoughtful insight provided by professors.
Attending Virginia Commonwealth was the best thing I ever did. The welcoming student body, caring physicians and varied multi cultural opportunities for interaction have made me the well rounded, individual I am today. I obtained my first job at the VCU student Union when it initially opened. I learned to write, explore and be a critical thinker while attending ths school-fond memories .
VCU is overpopulated and that makes it very easy to be overlooked or have a persistent problem that is not solved right away. With that being said, it is in the heart of a great city with a range of internship opportunities available.
VCU is a great university; it's student-focused with excellent professors that truly cared about their students. The Mass Communications program was thorough, practical and challenging.
I went to a university with an urban, city setting. It was open and "hip." It was filled with lots of different types of people - religiously, culturally, politically, socio economically, ethnically, nationally, etc. The diversity was one of my favorite things about it, because I think it is crucial to be surrounded by people who are not like you. It's challenging and exciting to learn about others and forget about your own bubble in the world. It was also affordable for in-state tuition, which was the main deciding factor for me.
VCU is a great university, and their life sciences division has great professors who are knowledgeable and passionate about their areas of expertise.
Pretty easy to walk around campus. The program had good professors when I was there.