Mississippi State University Reviews
Rating 3.91 out of 5 2,057 reviews
I love Mississippi State University. I also wanted to go to an university first. MSU has a lot of clubs and activities were anybody can actively participate to meet new people. The atmosphere is great. It is a beautiful campus.
For my first year at MSU I had a variety of face to face classes as well as online classes. In my opinion the online classes requires more studying to actually grasp the concept being taught by the professor.
The only part I enjoy about online learning is being able to stay in pajamas and not physically going to class early in the morning. Otherwise online is not my preferred method of learning. This is not by fault of the university, just personal preference.
I have enjoyed my experience here and will be attending grad school here as well. The relationships that I have built with professors and other students has made my experience enjoyable. The only downsides are dealing with parking and housing, but that happens with most colleges. The pandemic also made it more difficult to keep up connections. However, the university handled this issue well.
Absolutely the best university in Mississippi, no matter what degree program you're looking for. Helpful faculty, supportive administration, and down-to-earth classmates. MSU gives you the true college experience.
This is an awful college. The students here are rude, and unhelpful. Some of the professors are fine while others are horrible. The worst are the administrators especially the ones in engineering.
Going to this college was the worst decision of my life. The mechanical engineering administrators were the most vile humans I have ever met. Do yourself a favor and go to Ole Miss instead.
My online experience with Mississippi State hasn't been the best. A few of my teachers have been nice and accommodating, but both of my Spanish classes that have been online were very difficult. The teachers barely taught and left it all up to the students. The courses were difficult to navigate and the teachers were hard to get in contact with.
I am currently a sophomore at Mississippi State, and while I enjoy the campus and the facilities, I have just been struggling to make connections and find friends. This is nothing against the university in general, but it just hasn't been the experience I thought I would have. Some of my professors have been great, but in the past two semesters, I've really struggled with some of my professors. They have been very unhelpful and barely taught the students anything, which leads to more stress. I've been having to spend so much extra time on school to teach myself each lesson because my teachers haven't been helping.
Online learning definitely is not my personal favorite, but the professors teaching these classes care and you still get that even in online formatting.
Online learning is always more difficult that in-person. It's harder to stay engaged or feel like you're truly grasping the concepts. The few online classes that I've had so far have been okay. Some are easier than others, depending on the area and level.
The college itself is decent. I think the experience would definitely be better without COVID-19 being an issue. The surrounding town is pretty small. It offers a decent amount of food options but the setting is very country.
Mississippi State is a school to go to if you don't mind doing nothing but all of the time. There are sporting events going on but that's about it. Professors aren't very helpful online and you have to go to tutoring just to be able to pass a class.
Personally, I love MSU because it’s close to home, but the people here are so friendly. The majority of my teachers have been outstanding and they are usually extremely nice.
I have taken a few classes online, some of them were really well set up, others not so much. It all depends on the professor.
I love everything about Mississippi State, their staff if very friendly and always willing to answer questions. Everything is either conveniently located on campus or a ten minute drive off of campus. The campus is beautiful AND there is so much to do on campus.
I took the majority of my classes face to face, however I took one online. The online class was easy to follow, and the professor was great in making sure no one was confused. The face to face classes were excellent, Mississippi State did a great job in making sure social distancing was in place, and went above and beyond in caring for its faculty and students safety.