Alcorn State University
- 4 Year
- ALCORN STATE, MS
Alcorn State University Reviews
Rating 3.57 out of 5 735 reviews
I made a lot of life long friends, the classes were challenging and engaging, I learned a lot about life and how it would be to live and work with people.
Alcorn State University has such a rich history of excellent education and a spirit of family. During my experience, there has been faculty and staff that will encourage you to strive for greatness. Enrich you with knowledge and empower your character to make an impact in your future. What has been most special to me is seeing all cultures and vitality of the campus. Not allowing diversity to be a vicious device, but a woven tapestry of strength and family. For the near future, what would better Alcorn State University, taking full advantage of its rich land. Walking trails, recreational centers that house more media labs an game rooms, and dormitory complexes in anticipation for a growing campus.
So far, my experience here at Alcorn State University has been nothing short from amazing. The atmosphere is welcoming and the people are helpful and friendly. Attend Alcorn State University, I feel like this is my family away from my family. Everyone looks out for each other including students and educators. My professors in my department never fail to amaze me. They are helpful when needed and make sure I have everything I need to prepare for graduation. I also built a connection outside of the classroom with one of my professors and I love that she is always one call away.
I'm getting used to everything now but the only thing that bugs me the most are the showers. I'm not comfortable taking baths in those awful shower stalls.
My overall experience with Alcorn has been great, but challenging. I like the diversity that the school has because I like meeting new people and seeing new faces, but what I would like to see change are the injustices that sometimes happen on campus. Sometimes when a student report incidents that happen to them, nothing is done to the student whom they were harmed by.
My experience at the University of Alcorn, has been amazing. I’ve learned at lot since I have been up here. The classes are good and well organized. It does sometimes take them it little longer to get things done as far as the administration goes. For the most part , everything is good and they even have around 5 or 6 ponds that I like to go fishing in. I do wish that they had a college bass tournament team
My experience at Alcorn so far has been nothing short of a crazy rollercoaster ride. I have been blessed enough to be apart of the women’s soccer program for my first two years here. I am now apart of Alcorn cheerleading team. I am currently the social media chair for our senior class cabinet. Also I’m a Cargill thrive scholar on campus. I like that I was able to be involved in many different groups on campus. And meet different people and learn about different cultures within the organizations. I would like to see a change with putting the students needs first. Like I said I have been apart of many organizations on campus, and in all of them there was one common thing. They asked for more support from the school to have things that a PWI or any other university would have. For example when I was on the soccer team none of the teams except football and basketball had proper locker rooms. As apart of SGA now we barely have support from Alcorn to host a welcome event.
What I most like about Alcorn was Staff and Professors in Human Services department . They were all about their student outstanding academic achievement and experience. They were always welcome with open arms to help their students with best.
Alcorn is a great school and has an amazing staff. The professors are very nice, and if you are need of any assistance for their classes they will help.
I will be going to alcorn in the fall and I am extremely excited to go. I don’t really have anything bad to say because I haven’t been there yet. My experience is good so far, this is my dream college and I have a scholarship to play in their band
I liked that the environment was initially very inclusive and welcoming. However, I would like to see changes with administration and their communication with students.
Coming to an HBCU was the most amazing thing I could have ever done. Alcorn State became a second home to me. Everybody there treated each other like family. I would like to see us come together to more to help each other grow and rebuild on the school.
I love everything about Alcorn. I love the atmosphere, people, and food. I wish they would improve on the hard water, the attitudes of some of the staff, and being organized.
I'm enjoying my time in college. I've learned a lot, but there are some things that should be improved on campus. I'm pleased with all of the classes I've taken so far. I've maintained a 4.0 GPA and intend to do so in the future. I also intend to attend summer school in order to graduate a year early.
I think somethings could be better. I would like to see different food choices on the menu in the cafeteria.
Alcorn State really does feel like home, the other students are nice, the teachers are nice as well. The only thing I would like to see change is the financial aid faculty to be more approachable, sometimes they can be rude.
The school overall is a great school. When they say "Alcorn is like a family" they mean it. I have had the amazing opportunity thus far to be around successful black students and educators.