Chadron State College
- 4 Year
- CHADRON, NE
Chadron State College Reviews
Rating 3.6 out of 5 372 reviews
Online learning is an adjustment, but it is an excellent alternative so that classes remain in-session. It is much better to be in-person and face-to-face with a professor, but with the technology today, this is an excellent accommodation.
Although Covid-19 affected many in-person college experiences, Chadron State College did an excellent job at modifying the protocols to accommodate in-person and online learning. I have quite proud of my educational experience even with the hindrances of the outside world. If you are looking for a quality western, home-town vibe in a college, Chadron State College is a great fit.
I went to Chadron for a football camp a couple summers ago. I really liked the facility and all the people who worked there. The coaches were really good and they were fun to be around and made all the drills better. They were friendly and helped us out a bunch. The food there was great and all the people making the food were nice and anytime I had questions about where things were at they helped.
I haven't had much online experience with Chardon besides applying to the school and applying to the scholarships. The experience was good and it was easy to find everything I needed.
The experience here at Chadron State College is amazing. The staff and professors are great to be around. The campus is easy to know and is a great way to meet new people. The student center is a fun place to be, you can play games and use the computers for homework. The food here is good and you can have as much as you would like.
Chadron State College is a wonderful school. One thing I like about Chadron State College is that its small enough so that professors interact with you on a daily basis.
I absolutely love the college and what I have been taught. Going to Chadron State College puts you in the right places like it sets you up for success and well as it gives you the opportunity to land jobs when you do graduate.
I absolutely love the small class sizes and friendly professors and staff! The overall enrollment is small enough to know most everyone in all of my classes, and also the amount of clubs for being such a small college is impressive! Although the food service struggled this semester, it typically is satisfactory and I eat there for most meals. There are lots of study areas in the buildings, and the tutoring center is so convenient a life-saver.
I did take some classes online, mainly over the the summer. The online format was the exact same site used for in person classes, with the exception of supplemental access codes to sites. The online format utilized pre-recorded lectures, online quizzes and tests, and I thought was nearly identical to in person learning.
I don't do fully online classes because I understand that, that is not the best way for me to learn but there is some crossover in in person classes and the CSC Online is very easy to use.
Overall, Chadron State College (CSC) is a great school. Small class sizes give you more one-on-one with professors and campus is easy to manoeuvre. One thing I dislike, though, is the fact that some dorms are VERY nice and others are not to the same standard and it’s very obvious. Kent, High Rise, and Andrews look almost run down and are obviously dated, whereas Eagle Ridge And Edna are very, very nice and up-to-date.
Professors were understanding, easy to get ahold of, and willing to help. Smaller class size helped a lot, too.
Chadron State College is a great college if you want to stay focused on your studies. There are many helpful professors who want to see you succeed.
My experience so far at CSC has been amazing I’m learning better here than I was at my old school. Honestly the only thing that the school could change is the activity options that can be enjoyable.
I love going to such a small school it brings out the community within the school and it makes it easier to know everyone within your major.
Very kind staff. They are hardworking and care about each student. The small numbers make it easier to know your professors, and it gives you a better chance at success.
The food is not spectacular but you won't find a more friendly staff and as many resources to succeed anywhere else. While there is much to do on and off of campus, academics are a staple in what this place has to offer. Throughout campus, you will find students and professors hard at work to create a better world for the generations to come.