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Savannah, GA
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4,839
Tuition (in-state)
$14,465 ($4,942)
Admission Difficulty
Easy
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Reviews 830 total reviews with an average rating of 3.4

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3 College Sophomore

Computers: They just recently built a new student center that grants access to a good amount of computers. The library is also full of them. I generally bring my laptop to school but every occasion that I have needed to use the school computers, one has been available for me. The network could be better. It goes down a few times a semester and sometimes it randomly drops connection. I like having a personal computer on campus but I don't feel that it is necessary.

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3 College Sophomore

Athletics: Since the campus is relatively small so are our sports teams. However, there are a lot of people involved in some type of sport or activity and take it rather seriously. I am not too sure about the fan support since I do not regularly attend sports games but I imagine some people attend. There is hardly any school spirit though.

4 College Sophomore

Off-Campus Dining: There are so many places to eat in Savannah. From cheap fast food to 5 star dining, there is something for everyone and every occasion. I recommend checking out Zunzi's for a great African sub, Hiranos for cheap delicious Japanese and Leocis for a nice pasta night.

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4 College Sophomore

Nightlife: Living downtown gives me the opportunity to go out as often as I would like. It is relatively safe if you use common sense and everything is close together. SCAD students are friendly and often have parties that AASU students can attend.

4 College Sophomore

Off-Campus Housing: Living in Savannah there are plenty of off campus living options. I have lived 5 miles from the school on the south side and I currently live in downtown Savannah. I am a Savannah native so I had no problems deciding on where to live and finding a house. Although downtown is about a 20-25 minute commute I prefer to live in the historic district because it is close to my work and allows me to surround myself in a progressive, creative environment. My landlord is great and quickly responds to any of my problems, my rent is average for the downtown area and I have parking in my backyard. I live in an okay part of down town but never have any safety issues.

4 College Sophomore

Academics: I have particularly enjoyed my philosophy classes taught by Dr. Jack Simmons. In his classes we were forced to think outside of our normal scope and comfort zone in order to explore the different schools of ethics and learn to apply them to our everyday lives. Now I think about how I should react to a situation before I react rather than jumping the gun and doing or saying things I may not have meant. I have not gotten in to too many of the classes designed for my major because I am only a sophomore. My workload is bearable and allows me to work and go to school. The facilities are great and I particularly enjoy going to group fitness classes in the gym.

3 College Sophomore

Health & Safety: I have never had a safety or health problem on campus

College Sophomore

Greek Life: I have no interest in Greek life nor have I really spent any time looking into my schools groups.

Recent Alumnus

Campus Strictness: The police have nothing else to do but watch you. Armstrong inst that big so they know who you are and what your doing all the time.

5 Recent Alumnus

Greek Life: I joined this website to voice my opinion of the Greek life at Armstrong since 90% of the people who commented on it are not Greek. That says something when it comes to the Greek life...not everyone can be Greek.

The National Pan-Hellenic Council (NPHC) is a collaborative organization of nine historically African American, international Greek lettered fraternities and sororities. The nine NPHC organizations are sometimes collectively referred to as the "Divine Nine".

The Divine 9 Greeks that are on campus have meaningful events, meaningful volunteer opportunities, and have the highest GPAs on campus. If you are able to join one of these organizations you are lucky.

The other Greeks are easy to join and do not give back to the community at all. We don't have housing on this campus bc those Greeks continue to act out and do childish things on campus.

Also the Divine 9 Greeks don't have a lot of parties because we are all studying and giving back to the community unlike the other Greeks who charge under aged students to drink. Don't get me wrong these other Greeks are cool people. Just not Divine 9 worthy.

4 College Student

Athletics: Even though I'm not a big fan of sports I still end up hearing about how we did, one way or another school spirit shines through.

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4 College Student

Diversity: I have met many foreign students, even international athletes and students.

3 College Student

Off-Campus Housing: I personally still live at home with my mother. But there are options, but you would need a car if you did want to live off-campus. I believe the closest apartment complex is about a mile away, which can be difficult to walk when you have a lot of books.

3 College Student

Off-Campus Dining: There are mostly chains in the immediate area, if one has a car then you can find better options. Especially downtown, there are a lot mrs variety and options.

3 College Student

Greek Life: I'm not a part of greek life, but I know several people who are. It seems to be kind of easy to join, but I don't know. I haven't attempted to join. I know that there isn't any special housing option, I do believe they just live in regular dorms, with non- Greek students.

College Student

Drug Safety: Im assuming the previous chosen answers, mostly because they are the most common pretty much anywhere. But campus police does a good job of keeping a handle on it.

3 College Student

Local Atmosphere: There is not too much to do in Savannah, but if you have a car then there is enough. There are two mall, several movie theaters, and if you want to go cubing there are some options.

3 College Student

Campus Dining: Personally I think it is overpriced, that is why i stay clear from the cafeteria and try to bring my food from home. It has been a while since I had a meal at armstrong. I don't hear very good things though.

College Student

Facilities: I do not live on campus, I have nothing to say on the matter.

College Student

Facilities: I am not aware of anything unique that sets apart my school, again I am not to active in campus life though.

2 College Student

Parking: I might not be too objective but I don't like the parking situation at Armstrong. While students pay $50 for a parking decal staff pays only $5. thats a huge difference, students already have plenty of fees and cost to attend the school, but staff is getting paid to work there, and they have plenty of parking spaces. It is a bit more difficult for students to find parking. As far as off-campus parking there is virtually none, because the spots around the area are for businesses and cars could potentially get towed.

3 College Student

Nightlife: Although I don't party that much, I know that around the immediate area there is not much to do at armstrong. There is not much to do in walking distance, especially not clubbing or bar hopping.

4 College Student

Computers: There is a variety of computers at armstrong atlantic state university. Some computers are outdated, but then there are brand new Apple computers. It all depends on which computer lab you go to.

3 College Student

Overall Experience: It is an average school. Maybe if I participated more on campus or in school activities my opinion might be different. For right now I go to class, do what I'm told, and come home.

3 College Student

Scholarships: I must say that so far it is ok. That is mostly because I have only applied for one scholarship, HOPE, and i have always received it without any hassle.

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