McNeese State University
- 4 Year
- LAKE CHARLES, LA
McNeese State University Reviews
Rating 3.67 out of 5 801 reviews
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My online experience was great! I had to be extremely responsible for my classes, homework, extra credit, and myself in the process. College has taught me that everything is not what it seems. You have to be responsible enough to care and complete the work. I enjoy McNeese and enjoy the atmosphere.
My experience at McNeese is ok. I enjoy the professors because of their willingness to help me. I’ve heard from other students that the professors care and I have not been disappointed. I appreciate everyone that has helped me at McNeese and has continued to help me with my education.
I’m not usually an online learner but with the coronavirus pandemic we were forced into it, and for the most part my teachers did try their best but I am a way better classroom learner.
My overall experience with McNeese has been okay. Because it is a relatively small school, I didn't have certain opportunities that I might have had with a larger college. The class sizes were small and the teachers were very helpful and hands-on. Despite the campus being a little small, it was still extremely beautiful and well kept. The dorms were older, but seemed to be maintained well.
The campus is pretty calm they have good tutors. The online course can be difficult because sometimes you can't get in contact with your professor. The food on and around the campus is pretty good. Mcneese also has plenty off things to do throughout the week and the breaks are great.
McNeese has a good campus and a lot of different organization to join. The professors care about the students. Overall the college is average.
The campus is small but nice. The people are amazing, however the professors are hit or miss. Depending on your major it will either feel like they are there to help you or there to make things more difficult. Engineering professors are not the nicest, however most of them are very intelligent just not the best at teaching.
My experience at McNeese State University is great and has been a fantastic and an interesting journey for obtaining my degree! The benefits of this college includes campus safety, caring and friendly professors who are willing to help you, unlimited access for academic resources, cultural events, and many clubs to join. There is much diversity in this college which makes the campus a plus to learn about people with different cultures and backgrounds.
It’s an okay school, not super great but it’s cheap. Finical aid department sucks though. Anytime I try to talk to them I am directed to the wrong place and not once have I been directed towards the right one. Even if I only sign in for the finical aid department.
McNeese held high expectations for me. As a student who truly wants to learn and strive for more, I feel McNeese babies us. Cops are everywhere and I worry if I run across the 12 inch crossing I will get a penalty for jaywalking and a late attendance. I can never find a crosswalk. My parents pay a large sum of money yet I have to pay 200$ for books and am told if I get online versions for 20$ then "I will struggle". I chose McNeese because I needed a cheap school but I might transfer due to the high cost. I pay for all the facilities but I doubt I will even use half. I wish most of the money invested would go towards buying students reusable books and such. However, both teachers and students seem kind and helpful as a someone who is out of state I truly appreciate it.
I have taken my act test here and it was a very clean and neat. I have been accepted to his collage in the fall of 2017.
A degree from this school is very appreciated ad there is a 90% hiring rate after you get your degree. The majority of people who graduate from this university find a job in their field within six months of graduation.
The majority of the professor I've been involved with have been very professional and helpful. I have only had problems with a few of the professors. Problems such as not answering emails, not being available during office hours or just being rude and mean are problems that I've had with very few teachers but I still have encountered these issues.
Non-Greeks view the Greeks as partiers and snobby, overly friendly and pushy
Really hard to graduate on time when the classes you need are full and there is only one section or they are taught at the same time.
I do not live on campus but some of my friends do and from what I see the dorms are not perfect but they are a Somewhat like home
There is always cop/armed forces recruites in the student union.