McPherson College Reviews
The staff and current students make you feel welcome the moment you walk in the door, they are the only college that offers a 4 year degree in what i want to do.
I chose to come to McPherson College because of the flourishing band program, and I couldn't be any happier with my decision to come here. It has a homey atmosphere and the teachers actually care about you and get to know you.
McPherson college is a good place if you want to primarily focus on school, or if you want to continue your sport, but you aren't DI level. It is a pretty campus with nice students, and kind staff. If you come to McPherson you have to realize that you will be an open book. Everybody knows everybody. There are a few flaws, but that comes with all small schools!
It's a very accepting school. Good teachers. Great environment for learning. Lots of school spirit.
McPherson College has been a great school so far. I love the hometown feeling and the locals are very friendly. I am a student athlete playing baseball in my sophomore year. My team mates and coach are like my family. We bond day and night together. As far as living, the dorms are okay. They need to be updated because they are too old. They still are standing but a lot of things stop working throughout the year. As far as food, the cafeteria is much better than the year before.
I Love the student teacher ratio! The teachers, faculty and city want Mac Students to be successful.
My experience has been great thus far. From Admissions personnel, to my fellow students, to my professors and coaches, they have all made my coming to McPherson an awesome experience. Everyone is so friendly and family orientated.
This school makes you feel welcome and safe. The staff are helpful and very encouraging. The campus is well laid out and pleasant to be at. Students are very diverse; coming from all over the country and international. Their Automotive Restoration Program is world renown.
Helpful counselors and advisors. The entire staff is very welcoming and make you feel like you are part of the campus community, not just a number. Small classes allow for more time for professors to help each student.
I feel safe on campus not matter if I'm with a group or by myself. The people are kind and respectful so I don't have any worries of someone committing a crime on campus.
I love living in my dorm. Compared to the other dorms on campus, the "Morrison" dorm is the nicest all boys dorm, and there is another similar all girls dorm called "Bittinger." This dorm has the biggest floor plan of all the dorms and is the freshest smelling and nicest looking.
I think sports is a big part of campus and the students try and get others to come to the games, no matter what the sport is. Coming to sporting events shows campus participation, which is a really big deal.
Even though the school is small, it has a great atmosphere. The teachers as well as most of the students are friendly and willing to help.
All of the classes are pretty small. The professors are very interested in each student and their success in the class.
From what I have heard from past students and professors, it is pretty easy to get a job with a degree from my college. In my field one can get a job as little as 3 months out of college
Every year there is a safety surgery for students to fill out and anything that needs fixed, the staff does what they can to adjust.
The dorms are pretty great. There's plenty of room and places to be social. It is however difficult to get alone time when you have to share a bedroom
I'm not a sports person. I did however photograph shorts for a semester. The facilities are great. They are always clean and up to date. The whole campus supports the teams and everyone is encouraged to go to the games.
All of the teachers and staff are so nice and helpful. Everyone is interested in seeing each student succeed. The college also had plenty of activities and shorts to choose from to keep students active in the college experience. The schools biggest focus is Scholarship. Participation. Service. They want all students to be active in college life and in helping others as well as doing well in Class. Their goal is to create whole persons by the time everyone graduates.
Class sizes are usually 15 or less, the professors all really do care. I have no real complaints.