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Overall experience here has been good. There are some really awesome and helpful professors but at the same time, some of the advisers aren't very helpful. There are a lot of clubs to get involved in during down time and a great campus gym. My only complaint is that being a branch of the bigger school, we dont have many activities such as dances or get togethers as a student body.
I attended Ohio University Eastern from 2015-2016 as a 17 year old freshman. I enjoyed my OUE experience overall. It's a nice community college with a small campus and has a homey feel to it. Most of the faculty are helpful although I had a couple issues with some faculty members not caring to particularly much. Everyone pretty much kept to themselves but I made a couple friends while attending. Class sizes were relatively small so the professors are a little more accessible. It's a good starter college.
Given that exercise physiology is one of the largest majors, if not the largest, at OUE, the faculty and staff take pretty good care of us ex phys students. However, there are some things I believed could be improved. Our curriculum is challenging, but not impossible. Of all the classes we take and professors we have, there are really only two professors and four classes we have a problem with. They are the hardest classes taught by the two hardest professors, yet they're only offered once a year. If you don't pass, you're pushed back a year in graduation. Our facilities aren't state-of-the-art, but they're not ancient either. We can still get our work done with what we have. As for internship and job opportunities provided by the school, there really aren't any. If you want a job or internship, for the most part, you have to find them yourself.