Savannah, GA
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$14,465 ($4,942)
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3 College Sophomore

Computers: At Armstrong Atlantic State University there are many computer labs that are scattered across the campus. Most of the labs have plenty of space and computers available until finals week rolls around. The school provides you with an allotted number of cash on your ID card that allow for a fair amount of printing. The only downfall if the wireless internet connection. There is WiFi at the university, however it tends to be fairly slow and sometimes quite bothersome. The labs with set up internet is a much better way to go!

5 College Junior

Majors: Apparently if you want to attend a small college with one-on-one relationships in the classroom as a Computer Science Major, AASU is the place to be. The computer science program is ABET accredited and number two computer science program in Georgia under Georgia Tech.

3 College Sophomore

Nightlife: Savannah nightlife is targeted at students 21 and older. Savannah does however hold a lot of "pop-up" parties that cater to those under age.

4 College Sophomore

Local Atmosphere: As a tourist town, Savannah provides many things to do ranging from a day on the beach to a night out downtown, ghost tours, shopping, and much more. However; you have to have a lot of money to be able to participate in these activities.

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3 College Sophomore

Drug Safety: The Drug Scene at Armstrong is very strong when it comes to things like smoking. Everything down to cigarettes are not tolerated on campus, however, many people will smoke in the parking lot or in their cars before walking on the the actual campus.

4 College Student

Academics: I came to Armstrong Atlantic State University for the rehabilitation science program. The teachers so far are great teachers. They are willing to help you and are easily accessible for your help. However, the courses are a bit of a challenge, but if you stay on top of your studies and keep in touch with your teachers, you will succeed. The smaller classes do promote discussion, especially in the English classes. Students are rather shy in class though, but don't hesitate to stand out.

2 College Student

Scholarships: The financial aid process is a struggle. It took a very long time to process. Best tip to give is be on top of your financial aid process. Finish all your requirements to process your information as soon as possible and constantly check in with the office of financial aid to get your information processed faster. The scholarships are given on the school website. It's good to just give them a try.

4 College Student

Campus Housing: The freshman dorms at Armstrong Atlantic State University are pretty great. The building, named Windward Commons, for the freshman dorms is fairly new. In the dorms they provide many social events and offer multipurpose rooms, where many students go to and interact. The cost of housing is generally the same price for each building. The housing process is not very complex. It is a simple application to fill out and does not require much of a hassle to go through. After living in Windward, you have the option of moving into different style apartments which are all pretty good apartments to live in.

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4 College Sophomore

Computers: The computers aren't the newest, but they're efficient and fast. Printing is easy. The internet works well.

College Sophomore

Off-Campus Housing: I am not extremely familiar with off-campus housing details.

3 College Senior

Facilities: Housing is ok. Very thin walls. One of the communities does not have free laundry.

4 College Senior

Scholarships: I received information concerning scholarships through email. Scholarship opportunities are found on one easy to access page.

3 College Senior

Nightlife: Umm, there is a night life? The only kind of bars and clubs really worth going to is the complete opposite end of town. Savannah as a city is pretty strict about it being 21 or over. If people coming to this school see it as a party school or town, then they have another thing coming.

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3 College Senior

Campus Dining: I refuse to eat at the cafeteria because of the flat fee required to even walk in the door. But there are options both on campus and within easy driving distance that make it a limitless choice from going to the grocery store to pick something quick up or a drive-thru.
Ever since the school put in The Pantry, a giant convenience store, I hardly leave campus unless I absolutely need to while in town for classes.

3 College Sophomore

Local Atmosphere: If you're a history nut, Savannah's Historic District is unbelievable. Right next door is Scad and Savannah State, so if you wanna party or attend some cool eclectic stuff, you should be fairly satisfied. If your a pedestrian, the have a local bus that picks up on campus! Its really cheap ($1.50), but make sure to get there early its kinda funny on times. Other than that, there's Tybee Beach and a nice downtown area with clubs.

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5 College Sophomore

Campus Housing: The Freshmen Housing is amazing! First off you have your own bathroom and you have a heating/cooling unit right in your room. They have pest control, and I swear I didn't see any kind of insect all year in the dorms. I'm not sure about the upperclassmen dorms but they should be fine.

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3 College Sophomore

Drug Safety: You are exposed to lots of on campus smokers, even though its a "smoke-free" campus. That being said the drug scene is moderately prevalent. AASU is a dry campus so absolutely no alcohol is allowed. Some friends of mine have gotten caught, and had to pay a hefty fine.

3 College Sophomore

Diversity: My campus is very diverse and there's really something to do for everyone. We have over 100 clubs/ organizations so just take your pick. As far as religious beliefs go, this is the south, so you'll notice a lot of Christian related clubs. I haven't seen anything concerning another religion. At Celebrate (annual block party for clubs) I saw a kind of "gay pride" club, so you see everyone can express themselves here!

3 College Sophomore

Computers: There are computer labs throughout the campus. However, most of the time they are occupied by other students or study groups. This happens especially around the time of finals. Another problem people seem to face while on campus is the wifi speed. In the dorms, it is very difficult to have good wifi signal. If you are able to connect, it works rather slow. We also ran into many IT problems and the system could be down for an entire day, which could set us back on our school work.

3 College Sophomore

Campus Housing: Living on campus is the best way to get yourself out there. I met so many new and great people my freshman year because everyone in the dorm building were so friendly. Armstrong also made the housing process fairly simple. The housing application was easy to complete, and the day of move-in the housing office made sure everyone knew what needed to be done and the proper ways to go about doing so. The only inconvenience is the cost of living on campus. Many people end up moving into separate apartment complexes because they save a tremendous amount of money.

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4 College Sophomore

Academics: From the moment I visited Armstrong Atlantic I knew I was meant to attend their University. The campus gives off a "home" feeling. The registration process was rather easy. Most of the professors take interest in the individual student and make sure everyone is understanding what is being lectured in class.

3 College Sophomore

Academics: I'm currently Rehabilitation Science major at Armstrong Atlantic and I love it. I have not yet been accepted into my major because I'm just becoming a sophomore but I'm looking forward to hard-work in my major because that is a very difficult major.

5 College Sophomore

Academics: There are many different academics you can choose from at AASU and the professors are great. They're willing to stay over time or work with you to make time for you whenever you're having trouble in their classes. The campus and classes are a little smaller than most which makes it a lot easier for you to get with your professor and work something out instead of being stuck.

5 College Sophomore

Facilities: What makes the school better is that the school doesn't have many disturbances within the campus. People aren't acting crazy and breaking things and being wild, people are pretty calm and focused on school. Not many parties, but not totally dead because there is always something a function going on somewhere on campus whether it's kickbacks, or functions in the student union.

5 College Sophomore

Off-Campus Dining: There are many places on Abercorn to go and enjoy that's near Armstrong. I'm not sure of any student discounts, but the places are are great and have good prices. I haven't had a bad experience anywhere, so anywhere is up for the check out!


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