University of Arkansas at Monticello Reviews
Buildings are falling apart and the admin are horrible. There are black mood growing from the buildings, most of the buildings are leaky, some rooms are condemned, and shortcuts are made when it comes to cleaning mood of the ceilings in dorm rooms ie Maxwell. Sometimes it’s just painted over. The art programs are underfunded and we’re almost cut. The football team struggles year after year. And Greek life sucks.
My experience when I went to the visit the University of Arkansas at Monticello, I felt right at home they treated me with so much respect. I would love to continue my path at this college.
The overall experience here is good I've gain more knowledge in the academics than I did throughout high school.
I would like to see the cafe get more fried food and better selections. I would like to see more interesting events on campus involving students. Other than that the professors are great!
It is my first semester of online classes and so far everyone has been very helpful and it is going great.
I like a lot about the school but what I would like to see change is the cafeteria food just need more food choices and we need to have more school spirit and do more school like activities
I believe UAM is going to become better since I graduated. They are working on renovating the dorms and creating more resources for students. The main problem I had was not enough help with courses when needed.
UAM is a very good school. The resources are limited, but the professors make the best with what is given. Some students care a lot, some don't care at all - so if you care about you education and making it great, you'll succeed here!
I like the coffee shop and that getting a Chick fa lay on campus. There is a nice library with extra study rooms. Most teachers seem to care about the students.
University of Arkansas at Monticello is a nice small town college. They are filled with many activities for the student body to engage in. I’ve enjoyed being able to use the newest and latest resources that the university has to offer. The professors are all very nice and willing to help you in any way possible and want to see the very best in you.
I have really fallen in love with the University of Arkansas at Monticello (UAM). I really, really, really enjoy how the instructors engage with there students.
When I visited the University of Arkansas at Monticello , I liked the fact that the staff had an good attitude and was willing to work with you . They are in need of more programs .
The teachers care about you and want you to graduate. They get to know you by name and try to help in anyway that they can. The campus is beautiful, the student activities are fun and just the way that everyone is so accepting. It is a small town as well.
I haven't had any problems with "horrible" professors and staff is pretty nice. It's really peaceful and quiet!
I am a distance learner and I am thankful for the opportunity to complete my college degree ad a fair price with a good college.
The staff I came in contact with were all very nice and did their best to help you not just pass the class but understand the material.
University of Arkansas at Monticello is an awesome school to go! The staff is great and very friendly. All the faculty is so willing to help others when needed. They make you feel so at home!
This college is a great college to attend , the people there are willing to help you success , but we need more places to study ,
The only thing I would like to see change at the University of Arkansas at Monticello is more campus food options instead of just cafeteria food Java City (sandwich and coffee shop combined) so people don't have to drive so much to get other food varieties. More campus apartments since there aren't many food options and it'd better living space. Other than that UAM is a good school that host many different culture activities so that everyone can get a good vibe and home feel while there.
My experience as a student here has been wonderful. The teachers here really do care about the students and want each and every student to be successful .