Reviews for Indiana State University
The location of the school wasn't ideal, but the campus itself made for a good experience. It is a small campus which is why I chose to go there in the first place. A lot of the people I met while I was there lived near and went home a lot on the weekends, so the weekends occasionally were quiet.
The majority of the classes had a low teacher to student ratio, I only had one class in a large lecture hall. The teachers challenged you and my guidance counselor was very much a part of my life. She checked in with me three times throughout the first semester. I never had a hard time meeting with teachers during office hours or through e-mail; they were always very available to us.
I always felt safe on campus. There were a lot of activities for incoming freshman. I don't recall many clubs or organizations and the Greek life on campus is nothing to rave about. Sororities were not allowed to have houses because of some city ordinance banning large groups of women from living together. There were a lot of intramural sports offered throughout the school year.
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