Emmanuel College - Georgia Reviews
The best part of Emmanuel College is definitely the professors. As class sizes are smaller, you get the feeling that each professor knows you on a personal level, and they all have the goal of helping you succeed. I've had professors that act more like friends than mentors to me, and it goes a long way in making my experience satisfactory. Each professor I've had is easy to contact and will help you with any problem you have. Moving on, I do not live on campus, but having been inside of the dormitories, there is a lot to be desired. The conditions of the showering areas and restrooms seems to always be very unclean, with clogged toilets and horrible smells. In addition, the rooms themselves are so small that the two beds inside of them have to be position so that on is horizontal and the other is vertical along the walls, such that they fit. This makes living conditions between two students cramped, and I would not recommend it to those who do not like small spaces.
First semester here - Very friendly small campus and staff connect well with students. Brand new dorms. Relaxed atmosphere.
I think its a good place to be. the people are nice and there is a lot of diversity. I plan on attending Emmanuel college in the fall of 2019.
Emmanuel college is a descent school in choosing different careers. Excellent on athletic performance. But need to improve the financial part in giving out more money to students, so it can be more affordable.
Emmanuel College is a nice christian school , needs to expands its campus more but is a very close family overall .
I love it at this college. I think the only thing I would change would be the parking for free. I wish that free parking was closer but the exercise is good for me.
Emmanuel is very expensive for the quality you receive. Unless you are living in Roberson, you are going to be living in bad conditions - no air, rats, spiders, etc.. they say that it will be taken care of, but the res-life staff are not helpful at all. The food is mediocre, but there is not a lot of options. The professors on staff are top notch. They really care about student success, and you can genuinely see Jesus shine through them. Unless you are a Christian ministry major or an athlete, it is very hard to make friends. I found myself paying to live on campus but going home every chance I got!
It’s a pretty good college. I would like to implement light throughout the campus for night and a healthier food.
I toured in February of 2017, and my tour guide made it seem like events were always happening. Rob lob is supposedly the place where everyone hangs out, yet every time in went in there, it was empty or with very few people. The food is terrible quality. The dishes were always dirty and the kitchen staff is not very friendly. The wifi barely worked. I lived in Jackson for one semester (the oldest building on campus) and in some rooms, you couldn't even connect your phone to the wifi. I contacted my RD repeatedly and she said they were working on it, but it never got fixed. There is a major spider infestation in the buildings. My RA said she would have someone come spray, but they never did. The showers will scald you when someone flushes the toilet in Jackson. My professors were amazing, but the classes were not challenging at all. I would never recommend EC to anyone who wants the college experience.
This college is awful on so many levels. Small, dark, dingy, and smelly dorms. The food in caf is like slop, and I seriously wonder if the meat is authentic. If you are not a local yocal, or on an athletic team it is difficult to find friends. Leadership really needs to take a good look at how coaches treat their student athletes, and the false promises they make.
It has been a great experience in the aspect that the people are great, the classes are well set up, and the environment of God is strong within the campus. However, if you are a student and don't do a sport, I feel as though you have a tougher time making friends, just because the college is HEAVY on athletics, like more than 80% of the students are athletes.
Emmanuel is a place to call home, where you meet people you come to know as family, while also furthering your education and becoming a person of integrity.
Aside from the great athletics, which has a bias to certain sports, there is not much that the college offers. Average food, small college, some friendly professors, yet cafeteria workers yell at you for taking a bowl of fruit because you're taking too much. Somewhat unpleasant.
The social aspect of living on campus is really great. Although, the dorms are not very spacious. It really depends whether you live in the dorm-style buildings or the pod-style buildings.
Even if you aren't great at sports, everyone feels welcome to play intramural sports. They are a great way to make friends and really get involved socially at the school. I highly suggest getting involved with one of the sports.
Emmanuel College is the place to be! The campus is beautiful, the people are friendly, and the academics push you without breaking you. Not to mention the overall christian atmosphere is very welcoming.