Georgia College is a public university that still has a small-school feeling. The teachers learn your name and face in evry class and actually care about you. The atmosphere is homely and inviting, and everyone is able to get involed and able to have a great time, no matter how long you are here.
We are all very proud of our school and have so much school spirit. We also are very involved on campus, and there is a very enjoyable environment on campus. The people are so nice and welcoming.
Georgia College has the largest volunteer center in the state of Georgia. The school also puts a lot of money into other student organizations and maintains its beautiful campus.
GCSU has the most beautiful campus I have ever visited and the safest in the state. I considered the University of Ga but I couldn't stand the thought of being just a number and nobody knowing my name or caring. My school has the diversity and opportunities I care for but I still feel like people care about one another here. I have spoken to the staff in our food court and they said the students and faculty here show them more respect than any other job they have had.
Well for starters, we are a liberal arts school and we have a CORE curriculum set up which requires every student to take classes in diversity and different ethnicities. Also, we aren't one of the giant universities where you are just part of the whole. At Georgia College, the professors know the students by name and I have no quandaries about seeking out and talking to my professors about anything. It's not too small, and not too big.
It's small and really close-knit. The grade scale is a little easier than most other universities as they don't have the + or - system-- an A is an A, a B is a B, etc.
GCSU is smaller than the other schools I considered, and I love it! It's more like a family than just a group of people. I have become really close with a lot of the people that live in the dorms with me, and I definitely don't feel like just a number, I feel like a person with a name. Also, everything at GCSU is within walking distance. Unless you live off campus, you don't have to drive anywhere you can always walk.
The people are very unique. This campus has a relaxed atmosphere while it is still academically rigorous.
At Georgia College & State University, the professors put forth the effort to make sure you understand the material, instead of just expecting you to know it all on your own. The campus is small (but gorgeous) , which makes it easy to get around & the classes are mostly small too, which helps there be more of a student-teacher interaction. I just like the effort the teachers put forth to get to know their students & to help us succeed.
A unique thing about my school is that it is liberal arts and therefore there are all kinds of people around and all kinds of different oppurtunities to get invovled. I've met a ton of different people that I never would have met had I choosen another school. There is also a group for everyone to find and fit in too. I also enjoy the smaller class sizes and I've noticed that most of my teachers have all tried to learn our names, which I found surprising.
The Special Education program is very good. I have visited a couple times and I am very exicted to start there in the fall. I am transfering from 2-year college. The teachers are very friendly and really care about their students. It is a smaller school which is awesome because the classes are smaller based. I love GCSU. It is a very good school.
This is a small school with a small campus. There never seems to be an unfamiliar face. The professors are all very nice and try to help you in any way they can. The campus and the town feels very safe and enviournmentally clean. It is a small town feel, which makes it a very comfortable place to be.
It's a very nice friendly campus. Most classes have about a 20 students to 1 teacher ratio. It is very helpful.
GCSU is a very personal school. The instructors really want you to succeed and most will go out of their way to make it a good experience for their students.
small classrooms. the biggest class i have ever had was around 80 students. Most classrooms are around 30-45. i love that the teacher knows your name and gets to know you on a personal level. you can always come to them for help, schoolwise or personal.
This school had a gorgeous campus. It also was more focused on education than sports, and was known for having very good programs in both of the fields I was considering on majoring in. It also was in a medium sized town, very quaint and such that it made me feel as if I was right back in the little town in Iowa that I grew up in.
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