Edward Waters College Reviews
the Environment might not be the best but Edward waters goal is to sure succeed. The professors do their best to make sure your doing well, without the staff and board I don’t think this school would be a good on
They help a lot, they want to make sure that the students are getting the help that they need and be successful in thiers life careers. Its a great school with great opportunities as long as you keep focus on your goal.
This is a great school if your athletic or can play an instrument or can sing and the classes are really easy but still on a college level
Edward Waters College is one of the best private religious college. Very small campus in a local community.
My experience with Edward Waters has been "okay" so far. But being there has gave me life teaching experiences.
I enjoyed EWC mostly due to dancing for the Triple Threat Marching Band (Purple Passion). The school has definitely improved over the years. Although they’ve built a criminal justice building that includes a police substation it is not a huge campus. The school is located in a high crime rate area but there is security on campus. Academically, the classes are not very challenging; at least my major (psychology) seemed that way. Although I enjoyed most of my time at EWC, it isn’t worth the money. Due to the school being private, most of my scholarships wouldn’t cover my tuition.
I like the people and some staff at Edward Waters College. I would like to see the dorms, food, teaching style, and look of the school change.
Some of the things I enjoy about EWC is that they have staff that cares as well as a great campus that actually cares about students well beings. Also I love how They actually give back to the students by having a building just for free and donated clothes for those who struggle financially.
I liked the small class room setting and that the city is investing the the schools football program. Would like for them to expand there class course options. More food options late nights.
Edward Waters is definitely dedicated to ensuring that it's students gain the education necessary to become an asset in the professional working society. Their teachers and faculty are deeply involved in their students martriculation and go above and beyond to be involved in their college experience.
Have to make the most of it. Fun student body with caring teachers, always something to do in jacksonville.
Great experience at this HBCU but the one thing i would like to see improve is the price of the school. Seeing that it is a private College it is kind of expensive.
I am a second semester freshman whom currently attending this HBCU and my experience here has been pretty good so far. I like all my faculty and professors I not a person who socialize much with my peers but the people here are friendly. I've personally learned a lot in the little bit of time being here and the things that I involve myself in has benefited me to benefit my goals.
I would say i have a lot of experience in everything like dance, art, basketball, football, swimming and also love working in groups i feel that i would more understand things when i would need help i would have my teammates to help me when needed. Although i Feel that Edwards water is the college i would love to be apart of cause i feel that i would learn much more that i don't know and also meeting new people and roommates.
I like how small the campus is. I would like to see more grocery stores that are in walking distance of the campus.
Edward Waters College is a historically black college located in Jacksonville, FL. I like this college because it offers smaller classroom settings which allow more time for one on one assistance with the professor. I am majoring in Psychology and my professors demonstrate concern in my ability to learn and grow as student and person. EWC also have a police sub-station located on campus for any parents concerned about safety. The staff and administrators are very knowledgeable in their fields
This is an amazing school where everyone is like family and we all get the help we need to succeed. We are a smaller college then others so everyone knows each other and you can really get the help you need from your teachers and staff when you need it. I would recommend this school to anyone wanting to attend an HBCU !