Thomas University Reviews
I went to Thomas University on a visit for their baseball program.The city looks really nice , it’s a small town but it doesn’t look like there’s a lot of violence. The first place I went was the baseball field, there were houses around it and that makes it look like good , the coaches there were super nice and I also meet some athletes from the team and they were really nice too.After we finished the baseball workout we went to the main campus,It’s just a couple miles away from the baseball field.The campus looks nice and clean, it’s not too big so I don’t think I would have trouble to find my classes, coaches showed me the building where athletes live and how is their like as a student athlete. After that visit at Thomas University I knew that was the school where I wanted to continue my education and baseball career and today I’m committed to play baseball there in my freshman year.
Thomas University is a small simple school. It is full of professors who are very willing to help their students succeed when they see the effort put forth. With it being a small university, it is also quite easy to create relationships with classmates.
I like the flexibility of pursing my degree online, however the tuition is expensive with little scholarship opportunity for students who are not Georgia residents.
It's a good school to go to because it has small class. The staff is committed to see you succeed and if you don't then it is your own fault. You get a lot of people who are from different countries so it has a lot of diversity. It is a little expensive to go here but it has quality education. I have had a really good experience going here.
It was easy for me to apply and get my acceptance letter. Overall my experience has been a great one.
Thomas University has a beautiful campus with faculty and classmates that feel like family. It provides a wonderful atmosphere where everyone feels comfortable and safe, while all fun is being held around.
The campus is gorgeous and very easily navigated. It's a campus that isn't very crowded with buildings pushed against one another. It's also in a very secluded place for a more quiet environment. The staff is very helpful and genuinely very sweet. I would recomennd this college to anyone that was searching!
I like that the my advisor is very helpful and committed to helping her students succeed. Also, the students and faculty are very nice. But I would like to see the financial aid office change their desire to help students more and be on top of their game about helping the students. Another thing that needs to be changed is, that they need to have meal plans or vouchers for the students. The dorms could be less expensive, and they should have more activities that involve the students more.
It is actually a very good website. It shows us what scholarships are available and when they deadline is for each scholarship also
The teams that Thomas University have been great. They have great players and students.
I love the flexible learning style and that the instructors are so supportive and helpful.
I am happy with my choice.
The school is very good. Great diversity in students and majors. The professors are great and classes can be scheduled around my busy home life
My school is small but we're like a family. The majority is athletes and we take in and recruit student athletes from around the world. Each team takes care of each other and as a majority we feel unstoppable. On top of that, the academic program is impeccable. The classes are challenging but the professors are understanding of our athletic schedules. We have a small campus and don't have class on Fridays to prevent athletes from missing class due to games. We get free tutoring and our coaches make us go because we are students before athletes. We are also very involved in the community and athletes are required to clean up the town, do community service, and be a part of church events and services. We function well as an athletic program, an academic program, and as a whole.
teacher retention is inconsistent. Reading the chapters is sufficiet without bothering with lectures most of the time.
I have been underwhelmed by the inconsistent instruction and erratic staffing changes. The poor management of the financial aid department was also disappointing.
The teachers have been knowledgable, however the school seems to have a hard time retaining staff. Two semesters in a row, I had teachers resign in the middle of the semester. I rely a lot on my own ability to study and retain information, and less on the quality of lectures.