Pulaski, TN
Martin Methodist College


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Recent Reviews

Madelynne
What is your overall opinion of this school?

I love Martin. When I first stepped into Martin Methodist College, it really felt like home. I'm from Arkansas, and it's 6 ho...

What is your overall opinion of this school?

I love Martin. When I first stepped into Martin Methodist College, it really felt like home. I'm from Arkansas, and it's 6 hours away from my family, but being there a Martin, doesn't feel like I'm that far from home. It is a really good school. I'm a freshman this year, and the tuition is a bit high for my family, especially when we're trying to send 2 kids to college, so that's why I'm applying, but I really like the school. Fell in love with it the first time I visited. :)

Tamra
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i love the college . They have so many scholarship opartuties.

What is your overall opinion of this school?

i love the college . They have so many scholarship opartuties.

Kristal
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Martin Methodist College is a place where you always see smiling faces and people around to lend a helping hand. If you're st...

What is your overall opinion of this school?

Martin Methodist College is a place where you always see smiling faces and people around to lend a helping hand. If you're struggling in class and a teacher notices, they do not hesitate to try and do everything to their power to make sure that you understand and know what you need to know in order to pass. There are many new faces looking for friendships and some of my best friendships have started there. Martin College is a good college overall. I love living on campus for the simple fact that even though there's not a lot to do, it is a lot to do at the same time. There's always friends to hang with or your roommates to laugh with, it's an overall great experience there.

Madeline
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Martin Methodist College is a place for everyone. I recommend this college for people who are looking for that perfect & cozy...

What is your overall opinion of this school?

Martin Methodist College is a place for everyone. I recommend this college for people who are looking for that perfect & cozy small town vibe. Since Martin is a small college, the professors are absolutely amazing! They are super helpful. You also receive a lot of one on one time due to the small class size.

Georgia
What is your overall opinion of this school?

Martin Methodist College is a very homey campus where you basically now everyone there and always have friends to talk to! Th...

What is your overall opinion of this school?

Martin Methodist College is a very homey campus where you basically now everyone there and always have friends to talk to! The professors are great and very accessible although the bookstore is very overpriced and colonial hall isn't very helpful with money.

Annie
What should every freshman at your school know before they start?

Hey Annie. I am your future self about 15 years down the road. You are about to graduate high school and I know that you feel...

What should every freshman at your school know before they start?

Hey Annie. I am your future self about 15 years down the road. You are about to graduate high school and I know that you feel as if a college education is something that is unatainable for you and it is only for the well off. You are a hard worker and will do well eventually but you will hit a few stumbling blocks along the way and you will learn much from them. I am here to tell you that you believe in yourself and start school now. Just give it a try (believe me you really enjoy school). It will build your confidence and prepare you for your future in an unsettled world. School will give you knowledge that will not only give you skills for a profession but also teach you life lessons that are indispensable to being a well rounded human being. Knowledge is power and that power will make you a valuable part of society. Don't delay sign up for that English 101 class, sign up for the History 1B. Start learning today. Do something today to reach the goal of being a college graduate because if you never start you will never finish.

Morgan
What should every freshman at your school know before they start?

If I could tell myself as a senior about what to be ready for in college, I would tell myself to start learning how to do thi...

What should every freshman at your school know before they start?

If I could tell myself as a senior about what to be ready for in college, I would tell myself to start learning how to do things on my own, how to manage my money, and how to open up to strangers. I never went to the store by myself or made doctor appointments on my own, but now these are things I have to do. If I hadn't learned how to do these things right away on my own, I would be lost. Another tip I would tell myself is to learn how to budget my money. I didn't realize how fast you could spend a lot of money until I was on my own. All of the little things added up, and soon my money was gone. A third thing I'd tell myself is to open up to others around me. As I walked into my first class I didn't know anyone. I'd tell myself to meet at least one person in every class because it helps you feel more comfortable. By opening up I met knew friends, which helps make my college experience more enjoyable.

Jason
What should every freshman at your school know before they start?

I would go back to high school and tell myself to give it my all. I would convience myself to take each day to learn all I co...

What should every freshman at your school know before they start?

I would go back to high school and tell myself to give it my all. I would convience myself to take each day to learn all I could as if my future depended on it, because it actually does; even though it didn't seem so at the time. More or less I would slap some sense into myself until I understood that my actions at that time would determine my future.

MaryBeth
What should every freshman at your school know before they start?

The best advice I think I could give myself as a senior would be to stop procrastinating. Putting projects or papers off to the last minute is unnecessarily stressful and usually ends up hindering the final work. Also I would tell myself that I do not want to do business but pre-med. Knowing this before starting college would have made things easier down the road. In addition to this I would encourage myself to give every class, even the boring and pointless ones, my very best. In doing so I will not regret the grade I made or not truly learning as much as I could have. In the same vain, I would recommend taking a year sabbatical to really figure out what I want to do and just to be able to maybe travel some before college begins. I would also suggest to really listen to my parents because they are pretty smart and actually know what they are talking about. All in all, I would advise myself to stay true to who I am and to do my best in everything.

Seth
What should every freshman at your school know before they start?

If I could go back in time and talk to myself as a high school senior knowing what I know now about college life I would tell...

What should every freshman at your school know before they start?

If I could go back in time and talk to myself as a high school senior knowing what I know now about college life I would tell myself to not stress about trying to have a definite major my freshman year. I would take the standard classes required for all majors and ask the professors of different majors that I may be interested in questions about different vocations. I would also tell myself to work harder my freshman year and not to be so relaxed in my studies. I would study harder and make studying a priority over any social functions. I would work harder to maintain the Hope Scholarship so I would not have to take out any more loans. I found it is not worth losing it.

What's unique about your campus?

The best thing about Martin Methodist College is the size of the campus is small. The classrooms are small and the professors knows the students personally so they can better help the student with his or her studies. You are not just a number in a classroom. You really do matter. There is alot of one on one tutoring in and out of the classroom. It is more like a family type enviroment.

What do you consider the worst thing about your school? Why?

There is not one thing that I do not like about Martin Methodist College. I live close to a city that as a much larger university but I prefer the college that I now attend.

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