Cumberland is a small school with several positives. The professors are very accessible and are always willing to help. There is academic rigor and many academic conversations around campus. It is a growing school with several majors to choose from despite its small size.
The food is decent as is the housing.
Cumberland University is an outstanding school. It is a very small campus that is easy to get around. The academic work is easily understandable, and it is easy to make friends. I am currently enrolled as a freshman and I absolutely love it. I got offered to play baseball here with Coach Woody Hunt, and that was the best decision because Cumberland has an amazing athletic program. The environment is very safe and warm, and I am more than happy to be here at Cumberland and look forward to furthering my career here.
My time at Cumberland University so far has, in all honesty, been good. Like every college or school you attend, it has its ups and downs. It is a fairly small school and you can get from one end to the other in about 5 minutes. Most of the rooms in Memorial Hall are cold in the winter and warm in the summer unfortunately. But overall the school is great and the Nursing program is wonderful.
I have loved being here at this university for the past 3 and a half years. I have made some of my best friends while here at this school. The professors really care about you not just academically as a student but also personally as a person. They help you from beginning to end and are always there when you need them. Go Phoenix!
Great school for academics and sports. Professors are always available during in season sports or off season. Great support between the various sports. The cafeteria is not that great. The school in located in a very small town. My overall experience is very positive.
Cumberland challenges students more than most colleges will. The classes and studies are hard, but are meant to drive the student and help them grow. The professors are always there to lend a hand and help in whatever is needed. Like every college, it has it’s pros and cons but the good definitely outweighs the bad.
Cumberland University is a small private school that is slowly evolving, but overall it is a great school. I would definitely recommend it to people even though it is not like the other big universities. Everyone knows everyone and everyone is super friendly and welcoming.
It is a wonderful school. The campus is small (which I love) and the professors seem to truly care about their students. Professors are very approachable and willing to help/work with each student. After I toured the campus, this was the only college I applied for because it seemed perfect for me.
Cumberland University is a welcoming, relaxed, and academically challenging University. It expects the best from it's students and offers the tools and guides to student success and achievement. It has a variety of student organizations dedicated to student life, health, and academia. The faculty is personal and helps each student to the best of their ability and are almost always available. Cumberland University is a college of success with a sincere dedication to students.
It’s a good school a good school but needs work to be better. The first thing all students can agree is the food in the cafeteria needs to be improved. But other than that there is many other problems. It’s quiet and teachers are always trying to help.
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