Delta State University Reviews
Choosing to attend Delta State has been one of the best decisions that I have ever made in my life. I attended this school for my junior and senior years of college and I am planning to attend Delta State to pursue my masters degree in Sport and Human Performance. I have gained nothing but great knowledge choosing to go to school here, and I am looking forward to gaining even more knowledge in getting my masters degree. It has been the college experience of a lifetime.
The price reflects the value. The town is small with a few part time jobs here and there. You'd be better off eating in town. There's plenty of academic aid to be found if needed, but some classes have seemed quite disorganized.
Delta State University(DSU) is a wonderful campus that thrives on diversity and hospitality. While DSU is lacking in structure at the administrative level, the professors and staff make the experience worth while. Regardless of Race and cultural background the DSU does a fantastic job of making sure that every is welcome and has the opportunity to engage with other student around the campus. As far as academics, DSU provides a challenging yet rewarding standard of knowledge that with the proper tools can provide everything you'll need in your respective career field.
Delta State is a good value if you need a 4 year degree and you have no way to afford a real 4 year college with a name. While you're a student there, be prepared to be treated like garbage because you're only a student. After you graduate, be prepared to be treated even worse, because you are no longer a source of income for them. It took me something like 20 phone calls, and emails to the registrars office, the alumni office and eventually to the president's office to get NOTHING accomplished. No one would return my calls or emails. Obviously no one cared. Eventually I had to take off of work and drive up to the campus (1 hour both ways) to get a duplicate of my diploma that was destroyed in a fire. The form took literally 5 minutes to fill out, and I was there a total of 10 minutes. I guess it's a good thing I don't live out of state, and I was able to spend 2 hours of my life driving up to the campus to get what I needed.
Delta State offers a lot of study areas and the professors are easy to work with. However, the financial aid office has a lot of requirements. I think they could work to simplify the process.
I've attended this school for 3 years and I will be entering my final year. Delta State is a great school. This university has great academics along with athletics.
Delta State's student body is very diverse, which gives a great opportunity to meet new people from other countries and cultures! There is always something to do on campus, also many organizations to join. Although it is a small campus, everyone is friendly and we are all a family!
I haven't been so I really can't tell you my experiences. I will be a college freshman. I love the campus I wouldn't want to see anything about it change.
A small college with manageable classrooms. One on One feel. Best Baseball program in any D2 college
It wasnt racially diverse enough but the education was worth the money. Not enough instructors that i could relate to and definitely could have remodeled for the sleep quarters.
Overall, I like my experience at Delta State University. A few changes I would like to see is cooperative activities done on campus.
Delta State University is one of the most affordable colleges in the entire country. With the PTK scholarship, your full tuition is paid. That along with FASFA (Pell Grant) you really only need one loan. Our student body is small less than 3000 but very diverse as there is an exceptional number of foreign exchange students. It's a fun and fascinating experience to meet people from other countries and cultures! Small campus is easy to navigate and they recently repaved all the roads.
I love Delta State and the people who work there try their best to make it an amazing experience for their students. It is a small town so you have to get involved to really get the college experience or you might just sit in your dorm room your whole four years. I recommend joining Greek life and getting out of your comfort zone. It can help you make new friends fast in a small town and help you get involved in the small community. It will also help you connect with teachers and staff, surprisingly. The teachers actually know your name and are willing to go out of their way to help you with something. This is a great school and quality education.
My experience at Delta State has been wonderful. The teachers and staff are extremely helpful and informative.
I began researching schools, looking at their tuition costs and distances from home. After researching I found Delta State University, and scheduled a time to come visit the campus. After seeing the campus atmosphere and meeting some of the professors in my department, I fell in love with DSU. I now am a student at Delta State University working to get my private license in aviation.
I enjoyed my time at Delta State. It is a small, quiet campus. Everyone here is very friendly. Greek life is very diverse and all come together to help make that experience on campus incredibly enjoyable. Majority of the teachers are always willing to help out the student, the best way they can. The community, in which the university is located, has a lot of fine eateries and attraction, and is overall a safe, and welcoming environment. Coming to Delta State was one of the best decisions I ever made, but don’t just take my word for it, come see for yourself.
Delta State University is a public institution providing a comprehensive undergraduate and graduate curriculum to approximately 3,500 students representing all of the states and 50 different countries. Dozens of degree programs on the undergraduate level provide educational opportunities in the Colleges of Arts and Sciences, Business, and Education and in the Robert E. Smith School of Nursing. Graduate programs on the master’s, educational specialist, and doctoral levels provide advanced training in a broad range of disciplines.
I really love Delta State University as Cleveland is a really nice and beautiful town with great people. There is a lot of diversity in this school and everyone is really nice and the professors are great. They teach well and try to know you personally too which is really nice. One of my concerns is the student life. Most times, it gets boring and there are not really much activities during the spring semester. The fall semester is busy because of its football season but there are not a lot of things to do in Cleveland so it will be nice if we had things to do on campus. Also, the cafeteria food is not good. Sometimes it tastes good and they have a variety but other times its really not good. Dinner is always never enough and food starts to finish long before the closing time. This makes the students have to rely on the food court in the union until they run out of flex.
I love Delta State because of its diversity. The campus is full of students from all over the world. I'm an American student, but I've made many friends from Africa, Europe and Asia. It feels good getting to know someone that's different from you. You can learn from them all while they can learn from you. The school has done a lot for the international students to make them feel very welcomed and they seem to fit right in.
I love how personal you can get with everyone there, how nice everyone is, and how home-y the campus feels.