Judson College Reviews
Rating 3.41 out of 5 148 reviews
Due to COVID-19, some of the classes I took were online. For the most part, the online classes were good but due to short preparation time, teachers were not prepared.
Judson College is an awesome school but has some things to improve on. The student body is small which allows for students and teachers to build relationships and for students to have individual help when needed. On the latter side, Judson needs to work on becoming more modern and being racially inclusive.
I like how the classes are smaller so I get more one on one time with the teachers for my school work, and I can not feel awkward when asking a question.
Judson College is a very small campus. It is in a very small town, but Judson always has plenty for students to do to have fun.
I am currently a senior at Judson College. Overall I rate the institution 4 stars. In the past years, I have experienced my ups and downs just as any college student has. My upsides include the people I have met and the heartwarming impact through my involvement within the Marion community. This year Judson College hired a new Chemistry professor in which I was the only person in many of his courses. The new professor proceeded to call me names and make me cry every day. As the college failed to take action until it was too late, I have resulted in changing my major in order to graduate on time. Being treated this way from a college that I have grown to love over the years is truly devastating and I am seeking further help to allow me to further my passion for chemistry as well as criminal justice studies. Overall, I would like to see Judson College care more for the impoverish community around it and also hold true to the "Christian" atmosphere that is promised in the brochure.
Overall lifetime friends were made. BUT this school was honestly the worst decision I made. This school has a strict dress code. It is in the middle of no where so there is no where to go. If you’re gay don’t plan on going there. So much negativity around there. The academics aren’t the worst. They actually are very helpful. There is a writing center and the library stuff is VERY helpful. They do have some of the best cooking in the area since it’s the only place to eat.
I enjoy the atmosphere at Judson, and the opportunities that it provides for students to be able to give back to their community and country.
Judson college makes you feel at home. All the ladies make you feel special. Great equine department and much more. I can not wait to become apart of the Judson family.
Judson College is where women from all walks of life come to learn and grow in the name of the Lord. A place that feels like a little piece of heaven.
Judson College is primarily known for a sisterhood bond like no other with the student body being made up of only females. It is true that Judson ladies are able to step out of their shells and grow into women that positively represent the school and most importantly, Christ. With this being said, numbers have slowly decreased in the student body due to the lack of funding and scholarships available. This has hurt the College in multiple ways: professors taking on too many responsibilities, students hurting financially, and overall appearance of the campus due to the lack of staff and faculty.
Judson is a smaller private college so you get more one on one time with your professors. I like Judson because I am enrolled in the Equine Science field of study. We have our own barn, horses and riding team. I learn things daily with the hands on approach of learning. Another great thing about Judson is with us being a smaller campus we all have a close nit bond. We are all Christian women looking to better ourselves and our community. If you decide to join us you won't be disappointed.
I loved going to Judson during preview day and our orientation! It feels like family already and I fit right in! I can't wait to attend this fall and graduate from there!
I transferred to Judson after earning 2 college degrees with high honors and multiple academic awards. I appreciated their self paced music online degree. But since I started their program it has been one nightmare after another. First they made promises about transfer credits and classes. Then after paying $5,000, they would not fulfill either commitment. I fought with staff after staff until finally it got to the Dean and we came to an "agreement" where they only kept one of the promises and justified the others. Also, despite being accepted in July, it took until January to get enrolled and their excuse was "this is the south, we just do things slow here." Since these problems, I have insisted that everything be put in writing and signed by the dean. Currently, I have been trying to reach the dean for 3 weeks regarding another promise. Emails and voicemails are rarely returned, and if you get a hold of anyone via phone it takes a dozen calls thereafter to get anything resolved.
I love the communication, the detail, and the ability to connect with professors and department chairs whenever necessary.
Some of the aspects of Greek life have been overshadowed by popularity. However, there are some very positive and engaging attributes to Greek life that entices the average student.
I am a strong believer in involvement in school. I have experienced great opportunities and areas to submit and commit my interests and desirable experiences in my education.
Athletics is a great part of the school's development and association. However, it is not the basis of everything that yields success for all students.