- 4 Year
- BIRMINGHAM, AL
Birmingham-Southern College Reviews
Rating 3.83 out of 5 357 reviews
As an international college student who moved to Birmingham-Southern College, I can definitely say that it has been the best decision for my future. I was able to make friends easily and my teachers were always respectful and full of knowledge willing to teach. I love my classes where my teachers enhance my learning and let me speak out my views with respect. Overall, Birmingham-Southern College has become my second home in these past three years of my life.
My experience at Birmingham Southern was heavily influenced by being a member of the lacrosse team. I feel that I didn’t get the full BSC experience while also committing 6 days a week of my time to college lacrosse.
I will actually be a transfer student going into a four year most likely Birmingham southern when I went on a visit I loved it and saw the basketball team because I will be playing basketball for my next two years and I am excited !
It's been a pretty good experience, there has been a lot of drama with the school almost closing. We are open for at least a year, but who knows after that. Classes are good and if you take classes with the right professors it can be a really great academic experience. Socially it's pretty good and there are lots of different kinds of people so you'll defiantly find your people.
My daughter has loved every second of this school! It's the perfect place for her to be. No other place even compares. We feel like she's getting an amazing education and has found life long friends.
I like Birmingham Southern College because of our campus life. On campus you can find a wide range of clubs, inter murals, athletics, frats/sorority, and many others. The friends you make here will stay for life!
Excellent admissions recruitment and people. Very helpful with all of our questions and admissions process.
Everyone is so willing to help and make sure you understand. Faculty and students are both amazing!
I have genuinely enjoyed BSC. It is an amazing campus filled with great people and it makes you feel at home. Being an out-of-state student, BSC has made sure I feel comfortable and happy being here.
Professors are good. BSC could offer more course options, limited in comparison to surrounding colleges. The school needs repairs. Overall, the students are nice. Dorms are awful and safety is an issue.
The professors are phenomenal (for the most part, there's always some duds), and the quality of education I received over my 4 years here was truly amazing. However, there needs to be some serious changes done within the higher-ups of the institution as a whole. The president is clueless about the needs of the students and focuses more on the appearance of the school to outsiders. He was hired to get the school out of debt, and there has been little improvement to that fact. The quality of the campus police has gone down tremendously since I began here. While they are advertised as being incredibly helpful and willing to go above and beyond for the students (they came and changed my tire almost 30 minutes outside of campus one time) they are now lazy and have allowed a predator to get on campus not once, not twice, but five times. There is so much potential for this to be an incredible institution, but I fear it will become a dead college before that happens.
BSC has made my entire experience in finding a college very personal. They have invested in learning about me from the very start.
BSC is an overall amazing school, I love the events given to students and overall the atmosphere of BSC. Beautiful campus.
I never had the chance to learn online from the school but I am sure that their online experience would be great.
My favorite part about attending Birmingham-Southern was getting to know my other classmates and forming relationships that will last a long time. I also loved all the professors. They were all very helpful.
I didn’t have any classes that were completely online but the communication and anything done technical was superior level.
I like how it really felt like a community. You get to know the professors, staff and other students very well and it’s like everyone is family. It’s a quaint campus where I felt safe and always things to do/events going on. And located in a big city where I could go venture out for shopping and restaurants and job opportunities.