- 4 Year
- KANSAS CITY, MO
Avila University Reviews
Rating 3.69 out of 5 418 reviews
Accessible teachers, small classes, and supportive staff. It is a small campus so it's easy to get around once there, and also easy as a commuter student to park and find your way to classes. They even have tunnels connecting some buildings for the very cold winter months. The professors in my major have all been very supportive and want students to succeed. There are various resources on campus like a writing center for extra support.
After spending about two or three years at Avila University, I would rate my overall experience as average. While this university excelled at accommodating various groups of students and provided financial and educational opportunities, I wasn't entirely impressed with the psychology program. I believe it lacked professionalism, engagement, and clear academic instructions. I would only recommend Avila for those with limited educational opportunities and students financially struggling.
During my undergraduate degree, I did not have any online classes. From fellow classmates, online courses did sound like they functioned well.
Avila University was the perfect place to obtain my degree! Everyone from the professors to faculty members was very kind and helpful. This was the perfect place to be a student-athlete pursuing a future in the medical field. Being a student was always my top priority and Avila allowed me to have the best of both worlds when it comes to school and sports.
My experience at Avila has been memorizing since my freshman year. I wish i could go back to freshman year and do it all over again.
Avila University is a great school. I am personally in the RadSci program and I love it. Avila has some of the absolute best schooling around.
I took one online class online my first semester and then all online my second semester because of COVID-19. Enjoyed all of my online classes but I learn better in person.
I loved Avila for its small class rooms and family oriented community. I also loved the fact that I didn't feel like just a "number". I knew I really mattered.
My learning experience was good. I had the opportunity to reach out and learn what I wanted to learn. The professors really take the time to make sure you understand your work.
My experience at Avila University has been very beneficial to me as a person, an athlete and for my future. I grew so much during my time at Avila. The professors and staff are all extremely helpful and personable, and the environment at Avila really feels like a family. Everyone involved with Avila University is willing to go the extra mile for one another. Avila has helped me be prepared for my future after graduation and is so welcoming to those who are looking at Avila, currently go to Avila and are Alum of Avila.
Loved the overall experience I had at this school. I do feel as if there should be more education provided for things such as college costs and student loans but that also goes for all colleges. Bit I feel that Avila gave me the best experience I could ask for when it came to student-teacher relationships and overall campus life.
Avila has been great so far! Teachers actually care about you and your attendance, would not go anywhere else.
I love the diverse campus and how small classes are. The people around campus are down to earth and easy to communicate with. Campus is pretty small to be places in a timely manner. I love how things are financially worked out for us relating to books in our tuition.
Wonderful and small classes. Class sizes are about 10-25. Free tutoring services and a lot of school events with free food. Good sports team and theater.
I chose Avila because they offered my major and also would get to play the sport I was recruited into. They stressed academics before athletics but failed to follow through with that, seem to think they are a D1 college instead of NAIA. The coaching staff is very lacking, it's more like being back in club/high school instead of college, you can buy your way into playing time instead of hard work. Academic advising is also lacking, will be graduating with my degree and have received no guidance for the next step in either graduate studies or starting my career.
At Avila University, the education and the quality of people is unparalleled. With the small class sizes and the interpersonal relationship, there is a connection that cannot be replicated in larger colleges. Most graduates leave with a clear path and a wide variety of skills that will carry them into their future.
Avila is a good school all in all like the fact that it is a small college so you can get more help from your professor. I also know everybody here because its a small school