Location
Atlanta, GA
Undergrads
1,636
Tuition (in-state)
$8,596 ($2,956)
Admission Difficulty
Average
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Reviews 193 total reviews with an average rating of 3.4

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5 College Senior

Campus Resources: Atlanta Metro is second to none in the resource department with the student center, the athletics department and the library. The student center is a place were students can go and relax and play around getting to know rather and their intuition. While the basketball team is blazing trails into the hearts of every fan in the stands. And the library is a wide variety of assistance whether you need to find the perfect book to cite for a research paper or you need the English tutors to critique you have defiantly gone to right place. That's the AMSC I wool always remember.

5 College Junior

Academic Experience: I love AMSC. It is exciting to have discussions with the students in class and to learn things that I once didn't understand. I appreciate the opportunity of attending AMSC. You don't spend as much money on a degree that most Universities charge an arm and a leg for. The professors are caring and serious about their job.

5 College Junior

Tuition & Financial Aid: The education recieved from AMSC is great. Especially since the tuition is $4,000 for out-of- state and $2,000 for in-state. The Professors are great and the discussions are very mature. This is the best route to take if you don't want to spend alot of money on a college degree. You will feel like you are in one of those known Universities minus the room and board. The Finanial aid is a smooth process as long as you have all of your paper work together. Do not start at the last minute because then this would be a hassle trying to get money for books. If you are a Veteran or currenlty in the Military, the VA Rep Ms. Chapman is the BEST!

3 College Junior

Career Services: There are many job opportunities offered such as works study and other jobs that students post around campus and send e-mails through the student portal. However, the cons are that if you are in a hurry you are not able to see the ads and if you don't check your e-mail then this is really a bummer because that is where jobs are manily sent out. However, the student advisors are good at directing you to the classes you need to take to get your degree faster. AMSC isa great school to meet the right people.

1 College Sophomore

Tuition & Financial Aid: The school's tuition and financial aid process is very frustrating only because if you get one thing wrong on your FASFA, you will be sent a verification letter explaining that you were "randomly selected". If it's one time...Ok. But twice? I'm not dumb. And this is after I turned in my FASFA forms on time. Then when the semester is about to start, I learn I don't have any money for books. I ask what can I do, and the advisor says to take out a loan...even though all I had to do was to sign up for another class in order for me to have access to the rest of the money. I eventually sign up for another class, but I have learned that most of the financial advisors are not generally to be trusted for some things.

1 College Sophomore

Academic Experience: My professor wasn't an idiot by any means, but when it comes to interaction, she was either very cold, or somewhat warm. And her demeanor did little to cool my classmate's frustration. However, when interacting with her face-to-face, she was warmer than usual, and I liked seeing that side of her more. I didn't get the grade I wanted because of my own faults, not hers. Even though I studied, I didn't study well enough, so hence my grade. But I learned that not every professor is going to be friendly in the classroom and I should try to get them during their office hours more often if I need help in the class.

College Sophomore

Academic Experience: Lonely. There's no one to talk to about my major and it's challenges except the adviser.
I haven't taken any engineering classes, but I hope there is more per-engineering majors like myself in the time to come.

3 College Sophomore

Online Courses: Not much to explain about the grade . IU guess with certain test considering that I'm somewhat a good test taker and try my best and studying really hard . I deserved that B as strongly as I want an A .

3 College Freshman

Campus Resources: Access to the things you want is close and you will not get lost.

3 College Freshman

Campus Resources: The computers at my college are good because there are enough to share with the students. Everything about the network is good to do work.

3 College Freshman

Campus Resources: My college has some great things. I like the campus, but it may need some improvements.

3 College Junior

Student Body: This school consists of hard working students of different age. Every student I have met strive their best to pass and are also willing to help others when they need help. They are friendly and socializing, but have limits because getting their education is their main priority. They seek a different life, career, and to become successful.

3 College Junior

Tuition & Financial Aid: The education offered here is great. I learned the hard way by not getting scholarships after high school and no job, but the tuition fee is fair. With this being said, I still need financial need to pay for the rest of my school years. The times are very flexiable and everyone is helpful.

3 College Junior

Academic Experience: I'm a business major. The business program seems to be something that I can master in no time. I started a light workload as far a choosing classes but in the spring I will pick up more classes that are related to my major.

4 College Junior

Online Courses: I haven't enrolled in any just yet but I've heard they were superb. I've seen some in action and I must say I was impressed. So since it was recommended to me. I would say go for it if it is available.

3 College Junior

Student Body: From what I have seen thus far the student body has done quite a bit. and planning on doing quite a bit more as the time goes by. I look forward to seeing what they have in store next.

4 College Junior

Academic Flexibility: I believe that the school is pretty flexible. They see and meet you eye to eye on most situations I have seen thus far. Including myself. And I look forward to more.

3 College Junior

Academic Flexibility: I chose this school because of the opportunity I have to take adsvantage of financial aid and flexible schedules. I am able to handle personal issues and satisfy a job all in the same.Another reason why the school deserves a B+ is because the credits are transferable.

4 College Junior

Academic Experience: I'm studying to be a architectural engineer, and i haven't really started with my core classes. I just have started taking a few of this this semester, but from what i have heard about the classes i have to take is that they prepare you for the next course and next challenge in life. Professors are easily accessible and are ready and willing to help any and all who come to them for help. there are some schools that treat students like numbers but at mine they treat you like a person.

3 College Senior

Overall Experience: I have met a few great classmates, but overall you have a hard time getting in touch with anyone on the phone and when you talk to some of them they have attitudes. I had a online and try to reach out to the instructor and only fail the class the instructor never responded but its for as providing most of the students but I didnt have a great experience at all..at least not all the teachers I had were bad.

5 College Freshman

Academic Experience: As I've been there i have received good grades and all assignments. All the extra credit work really helps out.

5 College Freshman

Academic Experience: I love Atlanta Metropolitan College it offers everything i need. The school its self is great everyone is helpful and committed.

3 College Junior

Campus Resources: The school library has everything from having 2 computer labs, an area you can study in, and it sometimes have the books for your class. The only thing is that they need to get new books or more books.

3 College Junior

Campus Resources: That my school is easy to get to, I just have to catch the marta to get to school.

5 College Junior

Tuition & Financial Aid: Financial Aid covered my tution and books. They were very helpful in getting the process complete before registration.

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