Stark State is a public college located in Jackson Township, Ohio in the Cleveland Area. It is a small institution with an enrollment of 3,356 undergraduate students. The Stark State acceptance rate is 100%. Popular majors include Automotive Mechanics, Liberal Arts and Humanities, and Business Administration and Management. Graduating 12% of students, Stark State alumni go on to earn a starting salary of $24,400.
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- of students agree that professors put a lot of effort into teaching their classes.61 responses
- of students agree that it is easy to get the classes they want.62 responses
- of students agree that the workload is easy to manage.62 responses
Most Popular Majors
Automotive Mechanics178 Graduates
Liberal Arts and Humanities170 Graduates
Business Administration and Management114 Graduates
Social Work and Youth Services65 Graduates
Automotive Engineering Technician59 Graduates
Adult Development and Aging56 Graduates
Computer Engineering Technician51 Graduates
Dental Hygiene47 Graduates
Electrical Engineering Technician47 Graduates
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Stark State College Reviews
I have been absolutely amazed by Stark State. I was able to afford a first-rate education for next to nothing thanks to them. All of their teachers have been very nice and caring to me, and I had a blast working with them. Their facilities are very user-friendly. I swear, there hasn't been one class where none of the tech has been troublesome. It also has a very friendly atmosphere; it doesn't ever feel too cold or too mechanical. The only gripe I have with the place is it's very far away. Takes nearly an hour to get there! I really wish some of the classes at the main campus were spread to the smaller satellite locations. Other than that, I highly recommend going to Stark State to get a good education for half the price.
Stark State offers a diverse, background of Professors. Their experiences are shown in the classrooms, allowing students to receive the full benefit of attending a well diverse school. This school offered various payment plans, in addition to having low tuition cost. At the time I didn't have an reliable vehicle , I lived in a nearby city and traveled taking taking three buses a day, and stark state is on the bus line. I especially enjoyed the smaller size classes , which I believe is essential in educating, being able to know your students his or her first name. This in fact gives, Professors the opportunity q to understand his or her own teaching techniques that cañ or cannot benift students ability to not only pass the course, but also to gain knowledge.
Great college for someone who is unsure of what their major is. Stark State is really cheap, and I earned more than 1000+ of refund money because of scholarships. It is the best college for people who want to go back. If you go to a commercial college like Herzing or Brown Mackie, like "colleges" that are on T.V. they are not real schools. I had friends who graduated from there with debt, and could not find a job because the commercial school they went to is not what they seem they are. These people want to go back, but the classes they took at those college won't transfer. The classes will transfer (but make sure they are "TAG" approved). Stark State also have transfer agreements with so many 4-year colleges. I gave Stark a 3 star was because I felt like I did not learn anything there. Of course, my major is Digital Video and Media Technology, I want to work at T.V. Stations. There budget for their arts programs are low.