Colorado Mesa University Top Questions

What do you brag about most when you tell your friends about Colorado Mesa University?


The campus is constantly growing with new buildings and ressources all the time. Everyone is so nice and involved and the teachers are very approachable and helpful.


It is right on myrtle beach, somuch scholl spirit, just a great place to be


The great instruction, the small class sizes, and the individual attention professors give to students who care to learn. The dorm life allows students to get to know each other, and everyone becomes very close. There will be some lifelong bonds developed, and they will be the most incredible relationships you could ever hope to have. And if you are willing to listen, the amount of learning you will discover outside of the classroom will be even more valuable to you. At Mesa, every experience you encounter will be memorable .


Grand Junction is a beautiful place to live! Also I love all the people here and I have an excellent house! The school, and faculty are awesome!


It's cheap, you can learn a lot, and most of the professors are engaging and concerned about your academics. You have a lot of options to do what you want and be who you want to be.


The best thing about Mesa State College (Colorado Mesa University) is the fact that it is a small campus in a smaller town, but is close to many outdoor opportunities, such as skiing, hiking, and visiting tourist towns. The location is perfect.


It had the best Outdoor Program (OP)! The outdoor program went somewhere different every weekend around Colorado or Utah. For example, I've been caving, white water rafting, camping, mountain biking, repelling, you name it. Also, they program organizes a backpacking trip every Winter and every Summer. With the OP, I got to backpack through East Africa for 5 weeks, living with the Maasai Tribe, volunteering at a Preschool for Orhanges. One of the most life changing experiences that I have every done.


I brag about how new it is. A lot of the dorms have been recently built so they're very nice and have excellent living conditions. Also, the size is nice. It's not huge but it's not tiny. It's small enough to have decent sized classes but not so big that it's overwhelming.


I usually brag about how approachable my professors are. They are willing to go the extra mile to make sure their students succeed. You can visit them during specific office hours, and they are always there to talk to. They are also very good at trying to learn everyone's name, and make personal connections with their students.


When I talk to my friends about Mesa State, I always brag about how small the class sizes are, and how the teachers are always so helpful to me and my education.