Arkansas State University Three Rivers
- 2 Year
- MALVERN, AR
Arkansas State University Three Rivers Reviews
Rating 3.73 out of 5 59 reviews
I have had varying experiences, as I have attended this school off and on since my senior year of high school in 2014/2015. The good have began to outnumber the bad, especially since the ASU systems purchased the school.
My overall experience, has been really good. They have helped me a lot throughout getting my education from this university. Therefore, these professors wants to help whomever is asking. Whenever I had to take business calculus last semester, I was struggling and I went to my professor and he helped me so much. These professors at this university have to deal with so many different classes. . Moreover, They do different events like sometime before summer started they had people outside cooking hot dogs and having other snacks. Even around finals they put out snacks and drinks for everyone and you could take whatever you wanted. There are random days where they had music outside with real people playing instruments and singing. Therefore my overall experience had been good. The people there are nice and not rude, even the students. To me, it is weird how different college is from high school and love the experience i have had while going to this college.
I worked there 3 years. My experience there was terrible. They were uncaring towards students. It seems to be only a paycheck.
My experience with ASU has been amazing, everyone from registration, financial aid, and professors have been very helpful and accommodating. They truly want you to succeed.
My experience at Asutr has been great. I’ve been with the college going through two nursing programs. The instructors have been great and always eager to help. I would highly recommend Asutr nursing program. The overall staff at the college is helpful. Something the college an improve on having more on campus activities.
it is a good small school with small classes. they will help work with you on just about everything.
the online classes and communication is great. they help you with any issues also have a great it department.
I greatly enjoyed my experience as a student at College of the Ouachitas. The curriculum is easy to follow through and there are many student lead organizations that help you engage with others. Along with having a friendly staff and engaging classes, it is also an institution that is affordable in accordance with tuition and books. Also if one finds themselves struggling financially throughout the semester, they can visit the "COTO Pantry" and get the things that they need at little to no cost to them.
I'm a high school student that is taking classes at College of the Ouachitas on some scholarships that the college has offered through my school to get a head start on my basic classes. The class schedules were really flexible and I was able to fit them into my school day pretty easily. The professors that I have are among the best that I have, and I'm excelling in both of the classes that I'm taking (Freshman Composition I and College Algebra, which are both arguably challenging as fundamental classes). The school is fairly cheap as well, and although there isn't a large selection of programs, it's a great choice if you're looking to save some money on your basic classes.
I liked the fact that the coursework is rigorous. You will definitely have to use your brain when you're in any class at COTO. The atmosphere is calm, with very little student activity or engagement. Something that should change, is the student diversity. It kind of feels weird being in an non-diverse environment. This school , COTO lacks minorities.
Financial aid is Horrible Very unorganized. The nursing program is horrible. The nursing instructors test above the level that they are teaching . They are always failing nursing students, the content they focus on isn’t even on the exams. Tutors can’t be contacted calls and emails never returned. All a scheme to make students repeat classes so they can rake in more dough!
I am starting my nursing career again at this school. I have only heard good things about them. The Dean and teachers all seem eager to help us become great nurses. I am looking forward to graduating in December 2019. Then returning for my RN also.
I love the fact that your teachers want to see you succeed. The program that I am currently taking is the LPN course. I love the fact that you have to be an LPN before you can even apply for the RN class. That way you have an experience with dealing with people and caring for your patients
Its a good small town school. Instructors are okay. I would like to change the diversity of the instructors and more scholarship opportunities for transfer students.
COTO is a great local college. No need to commute or pay twice the price per credit hour when you're working on GenEd courses. Most courses transfer to 4 year schools and many courses are offered online or hybrid.
Terrible service to students, calls and emails aren’t returned. Not recommended. Students are a bother to administration. I worked there and I definitely would not recommend it. It’s a waste of tax dollars.
College of the Ouachitas is a great community college. It is in a remote area. During the lunch hour, there are many fast food restaurants near by and also a park to relax and/or do homework. College of the Ouachitas also have a room with WiFi to do homework, eat, and get to know a few classmates. The classrooms are also easy to find.