Central Methodist University
- 4 Year
- FAYETTE, MO
Central Methodist University Reviews
Rating 3.6 out of 5 306 reviews
CMU has made the application and admissions process operate smoothly while offering lots of help. They have streamlined the process and have been readily available to answer questions via email or phone. I don't just feel like a number or a bag of money being sent to a school, but a valued student.
I think Central Methodist University is a excellent school. The teachers are incredibly nice and very helpful. They really want to make sure you do your best. On top of that, the classes are very small, with only up to 30 students at the most, so you really get to communicate with the teachers a lot more than you would at larger university.
I really enjoy Central! The professors are incredibly patient and take time to thoroughly explain the subject. Everyone is incredibly nice and friendly. Academics and athletics are very important here. The only complaint is accessibility issues since our campus is made of several historical buildings. Overall, I would recommend CMU if you want a small campus with a one-on-one connection with professors.
I enjoy the smaller campus at Central Methodist University. My classes are small, other students are friendly. It's also easy to get to know your teachers and they are always willing to help out with questions.
Very goof staff and faculty. They have helped me a lot get ready and prepared for this coming year! They have also been patient with me. They are very communitive.
What I love about central is the small town atmosphere and the small classes it give you the chance to get one on one time with your professors and to really get help if you are struggling in said class. another reason I love central is for its athletics because we had all nationally ranked teams.
I really like the school a lot. The town around it is very small, which hurts sometimes. It is nice that Booneville and Columbia are close enough to drive to and get all the essentials. The classes are good and are challenging but not too hard. Our athletics are very strong and the campus is beautiful and a good size.
I am transferring. Athletics are terrible, dorms life is terrible and the rules about it and moving off campus are nearly impossible and campus safety are rude. Small town with nothing to do.
I am loving taking classes here. All of the faculty and staff do great with helping you if a problem arises. They are also easy to work with and get back with you as soon as possible! I love the shorter semesters, perfect for someone wanting to finish their degree quicker! Would recommend CMU to everyone and will always be my go to college!
I really liked all of my Biology professors at CMU. They were all helpful with anything you may need even if they are not your advisor. They were the main reason I stayed at CMU.
My experience at CMU has been positive. I like the small campus and personal connections with faculty and staff. I think CMU needs some more living choices on campus. Fayette could use some other shopping choices and eating choices, but I also understand it is a very small town. I also think that the Fayette government should require its citizens to clean up the area of debris and fix up houses and property which are in disrepair.
It’s a very cute town. However, there not much to do here unless you want to go to Columbia to do something. I feel like there’s always maintenance being done in the dorms. All buildings are super old besides stedman but if you aren’t a science major you probably will never be in there
Online learning is great, it’s not for everyone. For one of my education classes online I have to basically write a 1-2 page paper everyday and have it be worth 10-15 points
My experience with Central Methodist has been kind of up and down to say the least. There's been good and bad but in only one full semester of being there so far I can say that it has been a great learning experience for me being a freshman and I think it's going to help me grow a lot as a person and as a student. Also with being in extra activities and going to extra activities. A lot has changed because of corona but I think they did a good job of getting things organized with education which is most important.
They have a very good online system that they worked on all summer to make sure that students are able to get their work done online if classes can not be done in the classroom for any reason. There's a bunch of different online course you can take to be able to ensure you can reach your academic goals. I think their whole online system is the best part about the school because they've worked so hard and focused on it so much over the quarantined summer.
It’s great so far! I live off campus so I’m not really active in a lot of events or clubs. I also have no experience living in the dorms or eating campus food but I’ve heard it’s good.
A little more difficult to learn harder lessons outside of the classroom but that is the same for all schools and universities.
What I like about Central Methodist University is that the students and teachers on campus are super nice with everyone and guide students to the right direction in life, not just in the classroom.
I Only have one online classroom and it is great! The professor is very understanding and knows the difficulty on being on zoom calls are morning. We all as a class work together to get things done smooth and efficient.
The online experience, while not as rewarding as in seat classes, is still a great one. I digital university aspect of the college is nice and really helped when it came to the corona virus pandemic