Alabama A&M University
- 4 Year
- NORMAL, AL
Alabama A&M University Reviews
Rating 3.45 out of 5 1,098 reviews
I was a freshman, I’m saying was cause i just withdrew today from the school. The buildings are very old and damaged especially the residential halls, i stayed in Terry Hall. Terry Hall was ridiculously old, their was leaking ceilings, holes in the walls, stuff would stop working because the building was old. It was ridiculous, Terry Hall hadn’t been renovated since the 1980s and its 2022. There was mold in the vents, me and told administration about it, they did not fix it. Administration is terrible, they don’t care about the students. Teachers don’t teach even though thats their job, the whole school is ridiculous. Its not safe at the dorms, people fight all the time, a girl got stabbed on campus, people hit you with BB guns and splat guns, i was on campus for about a month and we was on lockdown every single week. DPS aka Campus police does absolutely nothing, two random guys tried to go in me and my roommates room in the middle of the night, we reported it and they did nothing.
Alabama A&M University is a good college. The campus experience is beautiful. The people that you do meet are inspirational. This pushes me to put in that extra work. The Professors are well respected as well. Overall the school can be renovated a little. This HBCU college is enjoyable in many ways though.
Alabama A&M is a very diverse and inclusive school! They make you feel like family and it’s a great experience for students that want to go to a medium sized school! The teachers can be personal and are always ready to help!
I love A&M; this school will provide you with everything you need as a student. Also, the professors really do care. If you need anything most times any admin on campus can help. Not only is the faculty and staff great, but the students will also treat you like one of their own. I was a little socially awkward, but everyone here treats me like family.
I graduated with a Bachelor's degree which helped me to obtain a job in the field of mental health. AAMU has great professors. AAMU has changed over the years and is modernized with technology. I have also gained strong friendships at AAMU. AAMU has a beautiful campus and has renovated many buildings. Transportation is provided to help get you from building to building if needed.
Alabama A&M university is a great school. Teaches are excellent. They will go over and Beyond to help there students. The party’s are fun and u will meet some longtime friends. The teacher and advisor will help give u good opportunity for internship and other partnerships. It’s something about hbcu that hit different.
A&M is a good school for students to get in and out. Most events that the school have slot of students come out for and a lot they don’t. Some Professors are really hard on you and May having you thinking they can’t teach. Overall my experience was bad but college is what you make it. On campus events and clubs are really hard to find but you have to look. Also the campus is divided by freshman and upperclassman, get ready to get used to seeing some of the same faces everyday.
I love being surrounded by people that look like me especially coming from a school district that was predominately white with some other races. It at first was a culture shock and wondering if I would truly fit in. After talking to some of the students that were there to help guide new and prospective students I found that they were once just like me and that I would feel right at home on campus. The thing that I think needs to change is communication and organization. They have great intentions but the follow-through sucks when it comes to having things organized. There needs to be clear signage and communication on what is going on and where the lines start and stop. I guess I am just used to a certain way of doing things coming from a place where things are always communicated clearly and in an orderly fashion.
Alabama A&M has welcomed me as one of their own since I've been a freshman. you must make the best out of your college experience because before you know it, it is over.
My program has been very inconsistent, a 2 year masters degree, has taken four years, and the financial aid office has been a nightmare. I have made wonderful networks during my internship, and have just received an assistantship.
Alabama A&M University is a great school and growing school. The school has varies of majors to choose from and has a great campus life.
The campus and teachers are great they make you feel inclusive and strive to help their students as best they can.
My experience at Alabama A&M University was mind blowing. The people there are super nice and very supportive. The school is very diverse so you’ll meet people from all over the country and you’ll meet people that’s from different countries. I had the best roommate ever we are now best friends. The professors are very understanding and they will work with you. The professors also believe in you and they’ll push you to do your very best. The food is amazing we have a variety of food choices. The campus is very clean and safe. The dorms are also clean. My freshman year experience at Alabama A&M University was wonderful even with dealing with Covid.
Alabama A&M University is a great experience, it has taught me a lot as well as gave me a lot of useful tools to be successful in life. It has help me become a bette person overall. AAMU has become family for me it helps me through all my struggle and difficulties to help me achieve my great accomplishment which is to graduate.
I wish the service was improved. Also, A&M needs to work very hard on their organization and professionalism.
I love going to this HBCU it makes you feel at home. There is something for everyone there. If you like to dance there is a team for that. If you like to debate there is a team for that also. It is one of the best experiences i have experienced so far. The teachers are caring and the culture is rich. I love it.
My experiences in terms of my professors were great. I often took the time to gather as much information as I can as a studio art major and applied them to each aspect of my work. The only reason i continue to attend is because of them and my ability to do the work and put forth the effort to do so.