SUNY Morrisville Reviews
Rating 3.73 out of 5 334 reviews
Most of my classes were in person but the tech office was pretty good at resolving technical difficulties when there were issues. Unless your major has to be taught hands-on, a majority of majors had all of their classes online which kind of makes it pointless to live on campus but o well.
Love the horticulture program and cannabis minor! So many cool people are on campus and the professors in the hort department actually do care. Some of the dorms are downright disgusting and unliveable and some are pretty nice. The food from Seneca and Mustang is so bad and tastes like nothing. Copper is pretty good if you're looking at where you're going to spend most of your mustang money though.
Doing online classes was challenging at first but with the help of my professors I got the hang of it and ended up passing all of my online classes. It's harder to focus but if the teaches well and makes sure you get the job done, you'll be okay.
Great school, with very good professors who provide their students with many resources in order to pass and be ready to start their careers.
morrisville is a small but populated college. it is a well diverse college with lots of people to meet. the food could be better but I am sure you will find something that you like. There are three eating out places they are good also. if you don not have a car you can feel stuck because the closest mall is 30-40 minutes away. There is no uber or ubereats but we have students that are willing to drive you places only for a cost. Its in a quiet secluded area which is refreshing coming from a someone who was raised in the city
the online experience was not that bad. teachers tried to keep in touch as much as they could by using remind or emailing you every week. Since there is no in person activities morrisville provided a number of activities that took place online. most teachers I had was reasonable understand that we are in a pandemic and they was a little more reasonable about the work work/ late work. But I did get two teachers that absolutely did not let you hand in late work
This school has great potential. but since its in a small area in the middle of no where, i feel like many parts of the school are overlooked. The Journalism department, and many others needed more assistance, and funding. it felt like their were not enough resources for me to learn. not enough professors, nor equipment in the department. Some great prof. there that are open to being very helpful. the dorms need HELP. my freshman year was scary. overall not a terrible school.
i havent been part of the experience of online learning because i was disenrolled due to funds. its been hard not being in school. especially since im missing credits due to lack of knowledge of credits i needed in order to graduate.
I think the teachers at this school were given a short amount of time to come up with an online learning curriculum and did it very well.
my experience at the school has been well so far, i think the school lacks in resources for mental health.
My experience at Suny Morrisville was bitter sweet. Location played a big part in that because its literally in the middle of now here other than that I enjoyed my time.
I loved everything about SUNY Morrisville. The staff are beyond polite and always helpful. The campus is maintained spectacularly. Staff and students are always incorporating fun things to do together to bring everyone together.
Equine program is great! Make sure to find the right group of friends! Professors are mostly understanding, scheduling is tough when you don't have a good advisor. Take as many courses in high school before school and get geneds out of the way asap! Study hard and use the library you get some many free opportunities and things available. Show up to barn duty and work hard because the weaklings will be picked out. Take as many classes offered as you can the more you do the more experience you will have and opportunities for internships and other programs.
I loved the small campus and class sizes. I searched and searched and this by far was the best for equine studies. Hands on, knowledgeable professors. You develop a relationship with your professors.
As an equine major, I am impressed by the knowledge and experience that each equine related staff member has to offer. The equine program gives substantial variety and room for growth in specific avenues within the horse industry. SUNY Morrisville has a very welcoming feeling and encouraged me to return to its campus for three open houses, and finally to begin my studies there. The staff is willing to help and always there to push students onto the track of success.
Very nice people and staff. I love that they have an EOP which is educational opportunity program. They have a variety of programs. They also have a restaurant for student, so students can have more experienced.
SUNY Morrisville has been a very accommodating college. When I got inured during my second week there, all of my professors and even the chefs at the school pulled together to help me get through recovery and finish the semester. The chefs made special box meals for friends to bring me since I couldn't go to the dining hall on my own, and my teachers worked with me to manage my assignments so it would be an easier workload. The college even provided transportation to doctor's visits so I could get evaluated and cleared.
Beautiful campus. The professors are the best in my opinion, they are here for you. They don't force you to go to class, or force you to get help. They give you the chance to show your best potential more than once, after two or three times, it is on you. Also the diversity here on campus is great.
The college is small and diverse. I like the staff and faculties. They work very hard. The school environment is very friendly
I have just started this year and Morrisville State College tries to make it so that new comers and students have fun, they always have games, movies, or even more cool activities going on when you feel like you have nothing to do. Not only that but it is a safe environment along with being very hands on with their classes.