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University of South Carolina - Salkehatchie Reviews
Review University of South Carolina - Salkehatchie
When I attended University of Salkehatchie, I had an okay experience for being away from home for the first time. The campus was small and quite easy to navigate. The professors were nice and respectful to the students, and the counselors did an excellent job on helping the students academically. However, Salkehatchie lacks subjects for a few of their majors. As my freshman year came to a close, I had achieved my goal of credits, but almost all of my classes were irrelevant to my intended major. I am now currently transferring to another college. My experience was decent, but it is time for me to move on.
I love this school, not only because it's 6 minutes away from my home but because all the teachers are so eager about helping you and making sure you understand all the materials. There is a group called OSP and they always have workshops, you can go in there and use computers and you can even win scholarships there! I would definitely choose USC-Salk again. If I could do anything different it would be not to take the two hardest classes plus 3 other classes and 2 labs.
Salkehatchie is a fairly good beginner school. The class sizes are small; 30 students to a teacher, per period. The tuition is affordable, and a lot of the faculty will work with you. However, there are a lot of things you'll have to figure out how to do on your own and sometimes it can be overwhelming with how unhelpful some of the staff are.