Blue Mountain College
- 4 Year
- BLUE MOUNTAIN, MS
Blue Mountain College Reviews
Rating 3.79 out of 5 175 reviews
It is a great small community. All of your teachers know your name and are there to help you succeed, unlike many large universities. There are many ways in which one could grow. It is a Christian university, but sometimes the people can seem a little hypocritical, which is a downside in my opinion.
I came to blue mountain to get my degree and finish my soccer career. Soccer is a big part in my life and has always been. I transferred to Blue mountain as a Junior. Blue mountain was a first year soccer program so I can say I was the first soccer team there. The teachers and coaches are really nice and helpful. Although there isn’t much to do over there the school has a lot of things they do on the green every night.
Blue Mountain has been an amazing school and has been helping me with the process of going to college. They have made the transition of everything go so smooth. I will always be grateful for everyone that works there. They are amazing. Beautiful campus.
Love it. I really like this college. The staff us so friendly. Thry are always trying to help you. The campus is beautiful!
The online class I experienced was average in that it was mainly self taught and had little teacher interaction.
I love how small the college is. Every professor knows each student by their name and is determined to ensure their success. For example, my history professor after every test and quiz makes sure to ask each student how they think they did. Not only that but it is hard not to feel at home here when everyone treats you like family whether that be classmates, teammates, roommates, professors, or even the cafeteria staff.
Considering I have only taken one online class here at Blue Mountain College, I would definitely recommend it to students who prefer online over in class. The teachers constantly send out announcements and reminders about assignments, quizzes, and even tests. They put in just as much effort as in class professors if not more when it comes to your success.
I wouldn’t recommend this college to anyone. For starters unless you are an education or ministry major they really don’t care about you all that much. They amount of classes for are very limited. There is no way to graduate in 4 years based off the fact that most classes are only offered once a year or every other year. The people in the business office and registrar office are rude and some of the teachers are not helpful at all. As far as sports the school is continuing to add sports that they can’t fund and also they keep raising tuition but for what? Where is that extra money going because it is not going to the students in any form. The dorms are disgusting and there is absolutely not enough parking for the students. I regret ever coming to this place it has literally been miserable 80% of the time.
I did have a few online classes they weren’t that bad but they were super easy classes to begin with.
I had to take online classes due to Covid-19. It took getting adjusted to the experience. But the professor made it an easy transition.
I am very thankful to be at BMC. God has provided everything I need for my college experience at BMC. The professors are very knowledgeable and adamant about sharing their knowledge with their students. It is not difficult to make friends—everyone pretty much knows each other. It’s been a pretty great experience.
Blue Mountain is a great place to further your education. Small enrollment allows the student to not get lost in the shuffle. Professors are able to form relationships with you and assist you hands on in your learning. I would recommend this college to any prospective students or student-athletes. The only change that I would like to see at Blue Mountain is for more students to enroll and experience it for themselves without writing it off after viewing the very small campus assuming it is of no value to them. Knowledge is power, and I can testify Blue Mountain will definitely offer you the opportunity to further the horizons on your intellect.
Blue Mountain is a really small college and I feel in love with it. It's a christian enviroment, and they know their starts my heart. They are not just numbers everyone is friendly, and as soon as you approach the campus they are so welcoming. It's a family enviroment.
I like everything about Blue Mountain. The academics are excellent and so is the life on campus. I am an athlete and every sport supports each other.
The best thing about BMC is the community. The professors are invested not only in the students' education, but they care for their students' overall well-being. While there are a lot of areas that could use improvement, my experience has been very good. BMC is a very unique place where students are challenged to grow in wisdom and knowledge, but more importantly to grow in the grace and knowledge of our Lord.
So many changes have been made at BMC since I started in 2014. One thing that hasn't changed is the compassion of the staff. Each professor at Blue Mountain cares about how you do in school and where you're going. I'm a business major and the motto of my advisor (the head of the department) is to chase the knowledge not the grade. He always wants to know that I'm actually learning things instead of memorizing for a test. They've added so many athletic programs. It small and it's an acquired taste but I love it and wouldn't trade schools.
parties dont exactly happen at school. There are occasional bonfires that happen that are off campus and few hear about them unless you are an athlete. Most of the students who attend school are there for academics or sports therefore they are too busy to worry about parties.