Location
Ocala, FL
Undergrads
3,321
Tuition (in-state)
$10,126 ($2,522)
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Reviews 605 total reviews with an average rating of 3.5

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5 College Junior

Student Body: The student body at my school is the best because there is so much diversity ! I love it ! There are so many different cultures and so many exchange students ! Everyone is friendly and looks like they are really into their studies. There are lots of clubs and lots of cliches.

College Junior

Career Services: I have yet to get that far in school. I haven't looked into any of those options because I'm just now starting my sophomore year.

3 College Junior

Tuition & Financial Aid: Financial aid gave me a bit of a hassle at first because it was my first time and when my mom filled out the paper work something's didn't go through so it became a pain to have to wait in the financial aid office almost everyday. I was on campus more before school started than when I was actually in class.

4 College Junior

Academic Experience: It's a lot of work. I want to be a psychologist so it's not easy. It's a lot of tests and studying for the tests. You have so much to learn but there are so many great resources that you can use. I wish we had an internship program because it is something is definitely look into.

3 College Junior

Academic Experience: There's so many good things about this school because it is so organized. However you have to keep on too of your stuff or it's easy to fall off. Anything is going to take hard work and dedication and you really have to be motivated or it'll only be that much harder.

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3 College Junior

Academic Flexibility: For a freshman it's not easy it's hard cause you're confused ! But as you learn the school you get better. Talking to your teachers is the easiest thing to do but so hard cause you're intimidated. It's not like high school where they want you to succeed , the professors get paid either way so if you don't care neither do they.

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3 College Junior

Campus Resources: The resources on campus are great. The library always has what I need. The athletic center is always open to students. There is always activities going on on Campus.

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4 College Junior

Overall Experience: Professors are good and students really come to learn. Everybody came prepared and everybody had questions. Classes varied in size so none were overcrowded but lots of info to learn. There's so many courses offered and so much knowledge to be given it's so hard to choose electives.

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3 College Junior

Overall Experience: Honestly I've never been to the career center but it is somewhere I will be visiting this semester for sure. I've heard all great things about them so I really am looking forward to pay a visit in that direction.

3 College Junior

Online Courses: I have only taken one online class and I liked it. I wished I had more time however but other than that it was a good course and I did learn a lot. Some I already knew , some things I didn't. But overall a very good way to take classes if you don't have enough time in the day.

3 College Freshman

Academic Flexibility: I've had several experiences where I was misinformed by employees at the Student Union building, referring me to enroll in classes that I ended up not needing for my desired major. I didn't know about the appropriate advisors until a year ago; I enrolled in 2010. I think students should know who they need to speak with about their academics to help them pursue it.

College Freshman

Career Services: I'm not sure what's offered for these components right now.

4 College Freshman

Overall Experience: I realize that the college experience requires students to work hard in their studies to achieve their goals. Professors do affect that process at times. For the most part, the professors are knowledgeable and are able to deliver their lectures efficiently. However, I have experienced first-hand how a professor can make all of the difference. I had taken a Statistics course with a professor who was very educated and intelligent, but was very rude and treated students poorly; I had received a "D" for the course. I had retaken Statistics with a different professor, who was also very intelligent, but treated students in a positive manner (much through humor and a relatable attitude); I had made a "B" for the course. It was the same information, but having a good instructor makes a tremendous impact.

4 College Freshman

Overall Experience: The Nursing Program at my college has been given a good reputation for its challenging and beneficial aspects. Opportunities are provided for students pursuing specific majors, however I have not seen any recruitment on campus. Social media for my school has shown involvement in paying respects to the alumni.

4 College Freshman

Campus Resources: For the size of the college and the community, I think our resources are very accessible and effective. I do think that we can always use more to build on the resources we already have.

4 College Freshman

Online Courses: I cannot generalize all professors when it comes to the online academic world, but a lot of professors at my college are effective. I had only one negative experience with an online class. Registration is challenging, due to limited seat availability, but doable. My negative experience was not because the class was difficult, as is a lot of classes, but because my professor's communication was horrible. My emails were rarely replied to, my questions were never answered, and the lectures were extremely confusing. Professors should be able to instruct in more than one perspective and communicate with students in a way that will help them learn, not fail; whether online or in person.

3 College Freshman

Tuition & Financial Aid: I think that, compared to a lot of colleges and universities, tuition is agreeable. However, there doesn't seem to be a lot of financial opportunity (scholarships/grants given through financial aid) at my college. Much of the time, students that need the help are left to pay for classes, books, and extra fees out-of-pocket. I know the system is complex and there are so many students that need help, but there has to be a way for everyone to get through school without struggling to pay for classes or resorting to student loans.

4 College Freshman

Academic Experience: Since it is a smaller college, it's much more difficult to take advantage of opportunities offered, especially for a specific major. I have not started the Nursing program yet, however I hear that it is challenging and very rewarding amongst its competitors.

4 College Freshman

Academic Experience: Although we do have several effective professors at my school, I think we are limited to our resources because of the size of our community. I don't have any comparison to rate the curriculum, but I believe it works and students can benefit from it as long as they work hard. Although it is on the smaller scale, my college does offer special academic opportunities for students that are pursuing specific majors (i.e. Nursing, EMT, Business and Management, Criminal Justice).

4 College Sophomore

Overall Experience: Teachers are excellent its very clean and open. There are plenty of space's around the building for studying and working outside.

3 College Junior

Facilities: Some of the classrooms could be updated with the technology aspect, most of the time teachers have a problem with projectors and issues like that.

3 College Junior

Online Courses: Online courses are the only thing I have trouble with, the user friendly tech support could be updated.

4 College Junior

Academic Flexibility: The school does a great job to help its students and gives them just about every option for them to improve their future.

3 College Sophomore

Tuition & Financial Aid: The tuition and financial aid process seem normal. It is an alright program. It is not a bad process but it is just something you have to go through.

5 College Junior

Academic Flexibility: I haven't had any issues with any classes. There are many times offered for each class.

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