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I like how at home I feel at UTM. The environment is very inviting and I am excited to begin my college life at Martin. I have always wanted to go here.
I have been looking into the University of Tennessee- Martin for a while to be my next college and I have to say, I am impressed by all the reviews and comments I have been hearing about this very college. Their rank as a college in Tennessee is very impressive. I am definitely going to apply there.
It is a good school
Small setting
Great friendly atmosphere
Nice administration
Athletics is growing
Nice dorms
Good food
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It’s a very affordable and safe! Their academic programs are very well structured, and I’m looking forward to learn more and do more!
The University Of Tennessee Martin is one of the most peaceful and welcoming colleges with a wide variety of backgrounds. I enjoyed seeing people from around the world have no trouble adjusting to the quiet calm environment provided by the campus life committee. One aspect that really stood out to me was how understanding and maneuverable the professors are in late work, quizzes/tests, and are very helpful in breaking down unclear information in a timely manner. On top of this, the campus provides free tutor sessions from student aids to hired professionals which are available when ever needed. This school is overall, in my opinion, the best start for freshman who are not ready for the hardcore realization that life beyond high school will be very difficult and hard to navigate without the help of parents.
I thoroughly enjoyed my time at UTM. I was a Biology major, so I did not participate in greek life for personal reasons. Now looking back I wish I had. Martin TN is a small town with not a whole lot going on, which I preferred because I got to focus and with the whole campus being only a 10 minute walk across I always felt safe and secure. My freshman year I lived on campus in an on campus apartment, then my sophomore year I moved off of campus into a student apartment complex. Even though Martin is a small town, it is full of life if you choose to venture out and participate in the cities festivities such as the annual soybean festival and other Rotory club sponsored activities. If I had to go back I would choose Martin time and time again. I met the love on my life in Martin and for that and for my amazing undergraduate experience I will be forever grateful!
This university was great. It's a small campus with less than 30 students in a class, so all the professors are attentive to your needs. There is a place for everyone at this university, and all the faculty and staff make it a point to see you walk across that stage with a diploma in your hand in four years.
I really like the small town feel of the city of Martin, and the University has the same small town feel. The classes are not too big and I feel like I get more individual attention, as opposed to going to a huge school.
UT Martin was not my first choice. But a few weeks into my first semester, I couldn't see myself anywhere else. All the professors are great and go above an beyond to help you succeed.
I would like to see the on-campus housing and dining services improved. The food quality isn't always the best and there are a lot of maintenance issues with the housing.
The University of Tennessee at Martin Parsons Campus is so home like and a very great place to get an education. It is a smaller school, so there is more one on one time with your professors who genuinely care about you and how you are excelling in your work. I have made best friends and learned so much already through the top notch nursing program where I plan to graduate with my BSN in nursing in 2020. I would recommend this school to anyone who wants a perfect college experience!
The University of Tennessee at Martin is a wonderful campus. I knew that it was where I was meant to attend college because of how welcoming the environment was. The small town life is perfect and I highly recommend touring if you are an agricultural major or veterinary technician.
I go to the extended center in Selmer. The faculty there are great and very helpful. The classes are small which gives a great student to teacher relationship.
My experience at The University of Tennessee at Martin was amazing. I toured the campus and was able to focus on the field of study I am leaning to. My major will be Health and Human Performance with emphasis on Exercise Science. The instructors were very nice and informing. I was able to tour the different types of dorms and quickly chose mine from the options I was given. My experience went really well and this will be the university that I will be attending.
The University of Tennessee at Martin is a beautiful school full of wonderful faculty and staff. Everyone here seems to always have a friendly face and I couldn't see myself at a more perfect university for a small town girl.
I haven't yet started here, but can't wait! I've toured three times, twice with my Ag class and once with my mother. It is a great campus and everything is relatively close. The professors I met were nothing but nice and encouraging. My friends that currently attend all say its a great school and that the classes are content filled with a low student to teacher ratio, which is important to me. It is also a fairly calm campus from what I've heard with very few parties. The dorms are nice and clean and the food on campus is great.
I Love the campus at UTM. They are a very inclusive college and the community in the town is full of wonderful people.
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I left Martin after 4 years. At the time I found that what the majority of African American students were getting was the short end of the stick. However, the student relationships and the staffs acknowledgment has changed a lot for the better. This was 11 years ago. Im returning the Fall. I look forward to the change.
My overall experience at UT Martin was fairly good. I enjoyed the people and the atmosphere was so peaceful and beautiful. The setting is more of an intimate one on one type of setting. Great for studying and getring work completed. On the other hand, it could be a little too calm at times. Some weekends you just want to travel to a more upbeat location.
Great community. Professors really care and do what they can to help you succeed. Lots of on-campus support.
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