Western Carolina University Reviews
The English Department at Western Carolina University is comprised of nationally acclaimed professors. They provide classes that are relevant and interesting. During my undergraduate career I took a mixture of professional writing courses, literature courses, and creative writing courses. Each professor expects your best work and are willing to work with you to achieve that. They are available during office hours and are largely approachable. You will create lasting personal and professional relationships with your professors at WCU that will extend beyond the classroom.
Western Carolina was such an amazing school to attend. Being from the area I already felt safe and welcomed. Attaining my biology degree there lead me to where I am now. I will be attending Life University to be a chiropractor! I'm so thrilled to start this journey of my life and I really hope that I will be able to make a difference in people's lives with what I am doing. I really hope that I am able to heal people as well as help heal this nation.
Absolutely loved everything about the university and would never expect to have had as much joy at any other university. The instructors in the program were top notch with real world experience and consistently made us think outside our comfort zone. The internship was by far one of the biggest learning times as it made you prepared for what life was like after college.
Western has a great education program! I loved the small class sizes and building strong relationships with the faculty. The College of Education also offered lots of merit-based scholarships to students, which was great. Most of the faculty is really knowledgeable and experienced.
I enjoyed the college overall and the learning environment was beautiful and stimulating. The setting is humbling and allows one to focus on their studies. However, I just wish there was a serious conversation about possible directions in employment. As a first generation college graduate , a little more information on navigating the employment fields would have been helpful. Maybe, the school could use more network with potential employers. Getting students hyper focused on a path to earning a living is most important. I graduate into the great recession and applied non stop for employment without little success. This was rough and the struggle was evident. Students going into the arts should focus on completing a teachers certificate. Also, more explanation on student loans and exactly how they work would have been helpful. Really, explaining the various different government subsidize loans to students would have been appreciated. Explaining, exactly which loans you should pay off first and ones that can wait to be paid off. My whole life has suffered due to over burdened from student loans and lack of deceit jobs added insult to injury. I am in a effort to improve the situation by adding a master degree to the resume. As more expenses pile up!! Here's to throwing caution to the wind!
Western Carolina University is a good school to start your undergraduate career in chemistry. The faculty are helpful and there is a 1:10 ratio of professors to students when you get to higher levels of study. This allows more one on one time if you need help with understanding difficult material.
WCU is a great school if you're self driven and not easily distracted. A lot of students there are, honestly, fairly lazy, and it's easy to get dragged down if you can't focus yourself. The classes are high quality, the teachers are great (and are reprimanded when they're not). The campus is beautiful and easy to get around, though watch out for ice and slush in the winter.
It was the perfect place for an engaging, challenging, and enjoyable undergraduate experience. It earns the place of the top adventure college in the nation fairly with all the outdoor activities avaliable on and off campus.
Its a great place to finish growing up. the emphasis on learning instead of research is a welcome change from most other universities. it is a small college so you get more time with professors.
This was the second best decision I made. The first best, was studying abroad.