Reviews for Missouri State University
The school is cleaned up very well. Everywhere on campus, you see maitenance and landscaping crews fixing up the place. The people are very friendly on campus, especially the staff. The school also has an affordable cost.
The classes are great! Most of them are just perfect size. My biggest class right now (while taking some more general education required classes) is about 55 students. The workload is a lot, and it is very rigorous! But, that's okay, its college and it is teaching me stuff... such as responsibility and time management. The professors are friendly and great to work with. Some of them might push some of their personal views and beliefs down you, but you just have to learn to ignore it.
Being a person who does not engage in the clubs and organizations much, I can not comment about how good it is. However, I feel very safe on campus with our awesome campus security. Our athletics.... well, football is probably average. However, we have a really good basketball team that gets a lot of great comments.
MSU was a great! If you're from a small town in MO, you'll meet a lot of people from Kansas City and St. Louis. And I hope that the tradition of bubbling the fountains is still around, even if the staff hates it. Go Greek - they do a lot of fun things and help out a lot of people!
I got a degree in Computer Information Systems and 10 years later I'm still using the things I learned in the classrooms. I'm also still in touch with my favorite professor, even though he's retired. I think the CIS program at MSU is one of the best based on meeting others that got similar degrees. The workload was intense during my last semester but other than that, it was fine. Also, the class size in my degree was small and I got a lot of personalized attention.
I am still a proud Alpha Chi Omega and will be for life. That started at MSU. Through my Greek life, I've met my best friends and been in several weddings. The people are amazing. We worked hard to bring the first Children's Miracle Network Dance-A-Thon to campus and that was a blast! As far as the weekends go, there is a lot to do and a lot of Chinese restaurants!
It seems to be a very student oriented atmosphere. The new student rec center and the many newly renovated buildings certainly make Missouri State stand out.
The class sizes don't seem to be massive, but they are a little big for my liking.
All activities and clubs provided by Missouri State seem fun and possibly educational. I look forward to joining the social pool soon.
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