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- of students agree that professors put a lot of effort into teaching their classes.46 responses
- of students agree that it is easy to get the classes they want.36 responses
- of students agree that the workload is easy to manage.36 responses
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Middle Georgia State University Reviews
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Middle Georgia is not ready to be a University! Students who reside on campus basically have to eat of campus from Thursday- sunday due to the fact that the cafeteria is not open; when it is open, it is the same repetitive items, seriously they've been serving broccoli cheddar soup everyday for the past month. The academics are okay, depending who your instructor is. The typical campus environment is nonexistent, it is basically a commuter school with dorms (typically majority of dorm residents go home on the weekends) the students here don't have the mind set to better their future, but only living for today.
I love MGSU! The professors and my financial aid advisor have been the highlights of my college experience so far. I'm a sophomore now, but the first semester of my freshman year was very challenging. I had poor study habits; still had the mindset of a high schooler. I didn't take the class rules serious but I learned quickly that high school and college were nothing alike. Throughout my struggles, the professors were helpful. Offered tutoring and any support I needed. They continue to be helpful today.
So far Middle Georgia has been a great university for me! I have made good grades, met new friends and learned more about myself in the process. I would encourage others to attend Middle Georgia State University as well.