United States Coast Guard Academy Reviews
Hard but rewarding work, this is a very accelerated college system that allows you to complete your degree in four years while learning leadership skills.
I have visited the Coast Guard Academy a few times and did a one week program there. I am quite impressed with it and I intend on coming here when I graduate from High School. This is a really good place to come to school and to visit.
The campus is very safe and everyone looks out for one another. If there are problems, getting help is easy and readily available from many different people
The teachers are always helpful and donate so much of their time for their students, often staying till 2200 to help students. Courses are challenging but not impossible, a great program!
Everyone is given a commission into the fleet out of school
Very plain and a lot of rules but it is a military facility so it makes sense
Facilities can be used by everyone at anytime and are very advanced and easy to use
Definitely hard to balance the academic and military standards, let alone to do athletics and socialize and get enough sleep. The teachers are always available for help which is great for classes.
It's the right school for the right person. In the beginning it is not a college experience and is very challenging but still there is happiness and fun to found for sure but then as the years go on it transitions into a more relaxed environment and by the end it was well worth it.
I don't rate the Coast Guard Academy 5 stars simply because of its difficulty. Balancing a military schedule with my academic requirements and sports has proven to be one of the greatest challenges in my life. It has made my life less than enjoyable vs if I was going to a normal civilian college.
They are really good, however we need a hockey rink on campus.
Great school amazing opportunity. To go to a top college for free and be guaranteed a job after is an amazing opportunity. Teachers are great for the most part although you will run into one here or there that is not that great.
You are given a JOB when you leave. Sets you up for life.
Currently taking more of the general classes but from what I have seen the major is hard but manageable. I get a fair amount of HW in classes but dont find myself cram studying as much as at other schools.
Since a lot of people leave on the weekends the food is sub par but most of the time it is excellent.
All the buildings are really nice, only problem is that there is a lot of construction going on. Athletic centers are really nice great sports fields, gyms, and other facilities. All the buildings are always open for students to use. The library is always great for working on group projects, studying or getting help.
Mr. G's is the most popular spot but if you travel a little further Panda Buffet's delicious also Chilies, Olive Garden, and Outback Steakhouse
It is hard to get into the Engineering majors but they are really good.
Not a lot of stuff local but located perfectly in between Boston, Providence and NYC. Cheap transportation of campus.
Teachers all know so much about what they are talking about. Good amount of choices for courses. Classes are hard.