Savannah, GA
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$14,465 ($4,942)
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Reviews 790 total reviews with an average rating of 3.4

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1 College Sophomore

Drug Safety: Easy to Come by – The drug scene is highly popular and often a public activity to which the university police turn a blind eye or participate. Many come from off campus to buy from students on campus. Though Armstrong is a dry campus, weed is just as easy to come by as smuggled alcohol and can be found at almost every party.

3 College Sophomore

Transportation: The campus doesn't have a specific form of transportation. The way that students get around on campus are bicycles, skate boards, scooters, and the city transportation.

4 College Sophomore

Diversity: The Melting Pot – Armstrong has many different races, ethnicities and cultures. The school started off as a prodominately white school, then became integrated with African Americans, Europeans and middle eastern americans. Every race and ethnicity gets along with each other and the campus caters to each and every culture with different organized free events that are held on campus every year.

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3 College Sophomore

Campus Housing: Campus Life – Living on campus is a great experience that every student who goes to college should experience. Here at Armstrong the campus life is very fun and entertaining during the day time. We always have variety shows, talent shows, etc. Everything is right around the corner. Walking to class can take less than ten minutes even if you walk very slow. The dorms are somewhat nice, the only problem that some residents have are the local bugs, but they aren't bad. The campus life is very fun and can hep students who are more shy and timid to branch out and open up socially. I love Armstrong campus and housing.

College Freshman

Drug Safety: Drinking Is Not Popular at Armstrong – I am a basketball player so I don't have time to notice if there is a problem with drugs or alcohol at Armstrong. I know none of my roommates do any of that.

2 College Freshman

Scholarships: The Financial aid process was pretty average. Its best to always apply early to get your information in as soon as possible.

1 College Freshman

Transportation: We do not have any transportation options given by the school. Transportation opportunity is giving by the city.

2 College Freshman

Drug Safety: I am not sure of the drug activity here on campus because i am above the influence, i don't do drugs.

1 College Freshman

Nightlife: Armstrong does not have much of a night life. For fun you would have to find places to go off-campus,like downtown or other colleges near by.

1 College Freshman

Campus Dining: Variety and Meal Plan – The galley on campus does not serve a variety of food. It is mainly the same food menu repeated. The taste of the food is not good,and i rarely hear good feedback from students on campus. We should also be given the opportunity to use our meal plan at the two restaurants located on campus

4 College Freshman

Health & Safety: Safety First! Campus police are ALWAYS around and it's not like they follow and bother you. Other than a usual greetings, they will only contact you if there is a problem. I feel safe whether it's daylight on pitch black outside.

3 College Freshman

Greek Life: Greeks are not big on campus, but they have an impact. Mainly the fraternities do more than sororities. The fraternities, mainly the pikes an collegiate 100, do more for the entire student body. The sororities hold little tea parties time and time again. If you want to party, the fraternities are much better.

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3 College Freshman

Guys & Girls: The Average People – At Armstrong Atlantic State University, the people are usually friendly. They hold open doors, greet you with a friendly smile,and ask about your day. Other days, the bad ones, the girls are typically rude. Rolling eyes, smacking teeth, just all out attitude. I expect it though, so it doesn't really affect me. All in all we're human.

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4 College Freshman

Diversity: Acceptance as a Freshman – As a freshman it is harder to establish a "friend", on campus. Your in a new city, alone, and far from home. What do you do? At Armstrong they set up freshman only mixers and parties, which help you get used to the new people. It is awesome! I appreciate the work that they put in to make us feel welcome.

3 College Freshman

Facilities: Living on Campus – The freshman dorm is new, modern and private. The meal plan is required and mediocre. Parking is hard to find

5 College Sophomore

Majors: That's the Plan – I do plan on having an internship. I plan on becoming a Sports Medicine doctor in my future and it would be very helpful to obtain a position as an intern.

3 College Sophomore

Drug Safety: To My Knowledge, Armstrong Has a Small Drug Scene – I do not have much knowledge of the drug scene at Armstrong. I assume that it depends on the group of friends that you associate with. To my knowledge, Armstrong has a very small drug scene.

5 College Sophomore

Diversity: Extremely Diverse – Many different people walk the campus of Armstrong Atlantic State University. We have people from all backgrounds, religions, and sexual orientation. Armstrong also provides our study body with clubs and programs to promote diversity.

4 College Freshman

Weather: When it's cold, it's very annoying to travel to class. The weather is usually ok.

3 College Freshman

Majors: The application to get into the college is pretty straight forward and generic from other colleges. What you do have to watch though is financial aid and how it pays for everything. If you aren't careful, there's going to be some random fee that you don't know why it's there and then you have to pay it whether you like it or not. A warning to freshman as well: if you're an overflow freshman that's just stuck somewhere, the housing fee is going to be 75% of the original cost. If you're moved somewhere, you'll get charged the other 25% just for moving. I was not told about this until two months later. I was able to work it out, but I still did not like it at all.

4 College Freshman

Campus Strictness: Few Restrictions – I've been on campus for a few months, but when compared to other colleges that I've seen, it's about the same or better than most. There's no curfew for students for getting back to their dorms. You have to have a campus parking permit though to park your car. There's the normal safety regulations that apply to campus. There's no restriction on where you go on campus as long as it doesn't violate a city or state law, and if you can actually get there.

3 College Junior

Campus Strictness: AASU is pretty tough on attendance. 3 absences and they'll drop you from the class. It's good and bad, I think - good because it makes you get to your classes and bad because, well, sometimes an 8am just doesn't sound appetizing! Parking is pretty tough - lots of students and no one wants to park in the nosebleed spots. But the professors are generally really relaxed - if you have a problem - personal, academic, or otherwise - they're more than amenable to having conversations with you. Going in and out of the dorms is kind of strenuous - keycards and front desk attendants, etc... Good luck trying to get your boyfriend/girlfriend to spend the night. Apartments are fine... no prison guards, but I feel bad for the kids who think they don't want to live off-campus!

3 College Junior

Campus Dining: It's Decent – The dining hall is basically the same as anywhere else... normal, average, middle-of-the-road food. Not bad, particularly. And of course, there's a Starbucks (a personal favorite and addiction). There are a couple chains like Quiznos on-campus too. In about a one-mile radius, there is just the same old fast-food, chain restaurants... but if you venture a few miles down the road, towards downtown, you can find some real gems. It's closed now, but I stumbled upon an authentic Indian restaurant. Spicy as anything, but so good. There are a lot of nooks to look into so it's always fun trying to find what you like.

5 College Junior

Health & Safety: No Worries – The nicest thing about attending school that isn't in a downtown area is that you'll be safe. There are plenty of campus police (who seem to be busier with parking tickets than needing to protect us from any sketchy people). You are completely safe. If you go into downtown Savannah, then make sure you pay a bit more attention to your surroundings, but on AASU's campus, it's all good.

3 College Junior

Facilities: Overall I give Armstrong a B+. They care a lot about their studetns and want to make sure you do the best you can. My professors challenge me but they also make sure Iknow the information and are willing to work with me. They are always available no matter what, so if you need to meet with a techer they are more than helpful. The social scene is not very intense since the University is so academic oriented but I appreciate that about the school. It keeps my head in the game and me focusing on the important things.


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