Alma College Reviews
Alma has a nice small campus atmosphere. It is quick and easy to get to classes. Students and staff are friendly. I just wish Alma offered more scholarships to students. The tuition is astronomical!
Alma College is great! There is a small, connected campus, and class sizes are very small and the professors are awesome.
Alma has such a inviting campus that makes you feel as if you are at home. You are also allowed the opportunity to meet your professors on a personal level. This stuck out to my academic interests when visiting and applying.
Very family-like. Everyone is there to help. I love my advisor and the band. We have more clubs than most all schools, even the huge universities. There's activities every weekend. Never a dull moment.
Alma college is a fantastic school with professors that truely care about their students. The college challenges students to go beyond their limits by encouraging study abroad. The only thing that needs to change at Alma is the communication amongst the students, faculty, and the administration.
Great campus, great school. Only issue is that the entire theatre department is new. The director of Presbyterian likes to yell rather than teach. Other than that great school
I absolutely love this college. Even if I had the option to choose another college, I wouldn't. They make you feel right at home and they are willing to go out of their way to help you. It is an expensive college, but it is worth it. I would definitely recommend this college to everyone.
It is very expensive but has great programs for traveling abroad and being involved in seeing the world. I would like to see less liberal in liberal arts and focus more on the students needs.
My experience here at Alma College is roughly average for what I thought it would be like before coming here. The school does emphasize academics and requires you to spend more time outside of class to learn and study material than at other colleges.
I am a freshman at Alma, and I have had a wonderful experience so far. I absolutely love the small college feeling. The class sizes are small enough so you get to know all of your professors, and they get to know you as well. This personal atmosphere creates a healthy learning environment. Even though the college is small, there are plenty of things to do and I am never bored.
I really enjoy being able to form strong and close relationships with my professors, adviser, and classmates through Alma College. I also really enjoy the many opportunities that I am able to be a part of though Alma and the courses I take here.
Although I've only been here a semester, I've found that Alma College is the place for me. The faculty here really do care about not only your success as a student but your success and growth as a person. I'm only into my second semester here but I cannot wait to see what more Alma has to offer for me.
Coming here is a great choice but its not said that tuition goes up yearly. When applying I think be honest about the pricing of school is rather very important I am sure that that is a major deciding factor for students, as it is for me.
Alma college is an amazing 4 year university. It’s a beautiful campus in a beautiful city. It may be small but it’s a very welcoming and kind campus with a happy atmosphere!
I love it! I'm having a lot of fun, and the community is great. You get to know the people in your hall, and in your classes even if you're a bit reclusive. There's a lot of activism, on both sides of a few issues, and it's all constructive. I love it here.
The campus is in the middle of no where, but with all the activities on campus you won't even notice. Their opportunities for travel are unbelievable, the offer so many things that you can never be bored.
I recently just graduated from Alma College with my Bachelors of Science in Athletic Training! I transferred to Alma my sophomore year and I could not have a made a better choice. I was able to become close to my professors who truly cared about me as a person as well as meet my best friends and love of my life. Go Scots!