Alabama State University Reviews
At first sight the school seemed to be stunning, but after attend the experienced decreased gradually. The dorms were not up to code and lost communication between students and staff.
I love Alabama State University, this is the best school ever! I love my HBCU. This is my second semester at this school and i love it so much.
I'm only a freshman at Alabama State but I can honestly say that my experience has been fun so far. I got here not knowing about the college life at all, but the friends I gained and the many other students surrounding me helped make it all easy.
very nice school with friendly students and staff campus life is very fun and easy to get into and also school spirit are off the charts, class sizes are not too big so teachers can actually help you one on one.
At The Alabama State University i am learning the many different cultural ways of the school learning many things such as how to interact with others in my Field. Everything is very hands on working with the teachers to ensure you get the education you need is key at Alabama State University.
As a freshman, I did not get out much and the school was pretty average to me. However, for my sophomore year, I stepped out of my comfort zone and I LOVE it here.
I love Alabama State University. I am a transfer student from a community college and i am a College Junior seeking my Bachelor's of Science in Physical Education: Teaching & Coaching.
At Alabama State University, all of the staff were helpful and welcoming & made my first college experience very comfortable. They gave me a very detailed campus tour and made sure that I was aware of the location of all buildings to prevent me getting lost. I met students who participated in a little bit of everything such as athletics, theater department, campus ambassadors, honors college and Greek life- and they all gave high regards of the school. I can't wait to attend this fall!
What I like About asu it is a very good school that anybody should attend. Asu is a good hbcu it has its pros and cons but it is a good university.
As a first time freshman, being at Alabama State University in the rough city of Montgomery, Alabama was a culture shock. It was a complete change of, not only scenery, but human life as well. The students and faculty were feisty but were also very warm and inviting at times. I thoroughly enjoyed going to the different sporting events and going to the different production; I'm a theatre major. However, as much as ASU appears to be full of great individuals, many of the students and faculty seemed to have been in competition with each other. As far as the students, more events should be held to enable the students to gain a sort of bond with one another. The faculty could be a lot of greater if more people were hired to actually do their jobs, not just collect a pay check. Overall, my first semester at Alabama State University was very interesting and I even made the Dean's list.
At Alabama State, I became instantly in love with atmosphere. After touring the university, I knew it was the school for me.
I love Alabama State University. They have the best programs. I’m currently enrolled as a senior majoring in Criminal Justice. We have teachers there that care about us and want to see us succeed. Alabama State University needs to work on trustworthy faculty, better communication, students putting their work first, and continue to become one.
My experience at Alabama State University is wonderful. The professors and campus life is amazing. Alabama State University is the best college that I have seen. I recommend everyone to visit this college and take a tour of the school.
I love how Alabama State University is culturally involved. The students are advocates about their African-American heritage and learn more about the struggles and advantages of being a Black educated man or woman in America. The teachers are willing to assist students in any way possible, even by sending students emails about job openings and internship opportunities. The university hosts job fairs every semester to increase the students' chances of obtaining a job or career after graduation. The university can improve the living quarters by updating the freshmen dorms.
Alabama State University is a historically black college with 150 years of educating young students. The professors are very knowledgeable and you are guaranteed to reach your highest potential along with getting to know yourself and others.
I attend the Alabama State University. Alabama State is a cool and exciting school. Just like any other school it has its days. Most of the teachers there attended that school and they help us learn the history of our school. The changes that I would like to see from my school is organization. They just need to be a little bit more organized and they will have a high enrollment rate.
Personally, I like the school because I went to a predominantly white school growing up and I wanted something different. The only things I would like to see improved are the dorms and the campus food.
I liked that Alabama was so kind and accepting. They give you a chance and believe in you. The people are so nice there and the area is also kind. The school allows and accepts students from many different backgrounds. Each person on campus is treated equally. The school is helpful when it comes to your future or career.
The only thing I liked was the fact that it had my program. It's super ghetto and people smoke weed all the time. It's really slow pace and country.
Alabama state is a good school. I feel that certain professors care but not a lot of staff care. I feel that Alabama state needs more professional people that can handle their job and won't use it to their advantage.