Location
Denison, TX
Undergrads
1,738
Tuition (in-state)
$3,476 ($2,300)
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Reviews 189 total reviews with an average rating of 4.0

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3 College Student

Facilities: I took dual credit and did not spend hardly any time on the campus.

3 College Student

Academic Flexibility: I am a dual credit student and Grayson made it easy and convenient for students in high school to take both.

4 College Senior

Overall Experience: The friends I have made has been one of my greatest experiences.

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4 College Senior

Tuition & Financial Aid: Everything was straight forward. I was completly aware of my tuition and how to go about with the financial aid process.

1 person found this useful Report
College Senior

Career Services: I dont really have a high knowledge of whats available post Grad.

4 College Senior

Student Body: Their is no descrimination of sex, religion, political veiws, etc. The student body that I have met so far is upbeat, fun, and serious about what they are here to learn.

College Senior

Online Courses: I didnt take any oline classes.

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4 College Senior

Facilities: Campus life is pretty calm. They facilities contain everything we need and have great quality in every the majority of areas.

College Senior

Academic Flexibility: I have not had to worry about needing my classes being changed, so I can't give a rating on the flexability. Also have not had to worry about transferring credits.

5 College Senior

Academic Experience: I have looked forward to to attending Graysons Police Academy for a very long time. Their program is tough but is meant to be that way. The workload is as heavy and as stressful as you make it. The curriculum is fully focused on the training of Graysons future Police Officers. We are required to do one ride along a month which is the same as an internship. They require it and its necessary.

4 College Senior

Academic Experience: The professors are strict, but good at what they do. They provide all the information you need to make you successful at the job you are wanting and striving to get. As I said, the curriculum fully focuses on the training of the future officers. The class registration was a breeze. I was signed up for my classes ans ready to begin in no time at all.

4 College Senior

Campus Resources: I attend Grayson County College Police Academy. The Academy produces some of the best officers I know. The athletics department is fantastic and the library is the best place to go when I am studying for a test or need some questions answered. They tend to have information on anything I need and are always helpful.

4 College Senior

Campus Resources: When I have homework due or a test to take the network is always reliable, quick, and available.

3 College Sophomore

Academic Experience: The RN program is very hard to get accepted into. They can only take so many students into the program and have a lot of students apply so you have to pretty much make straight A's the whole time. It is not easy to make straight A's with the workload you are handed.

2 College Sophomore

Academic Experience: Class registration needs work. They are supposed to have people there to help you sign up for the classes you need. They do have people there but not with the correct information. Myself and many others I know were told to take classes that we did not even need for our degree plan. Signing up for the classes is not a hard thing to do though. Just make sure they are the correct courses.

4 College Sophomore

Academic Flexibility: I have only had credits transfer from my high school they were electives and it was very easy to get that done. I have never had a problem with scheduling most classes are offered day or night, at least the ones I took. When classes were full and you needed to be in it they were willing to work with you and talk to teachers to get you accepted into the class.

4 College Sophomore

Student Body: Most of the student body are accepting people. Everyone seems to get along. I have not seen anyone get turned away form someone else and If someone chooses to be a loner, others tend to respect that decision. People are open to helping one another succeed.

4 College Sophomore

Overall Experience: I would choose my school again. It is close to home for me. I feel comfortable with the people there so I am able to engage in questions and interact with people. I used to get very uncomfortable with people I don't know and that is not an issue here. I learn a lot and It is a very good school for a lower tuition than most.

3 College Sophomore

Facilities: My school has a few scholarship programs. It has every thing you would need and plenty of kind, smart people to help you through your journey. There are not to many extra things but there is only so much a school can provide while still keeping tuition affordable.

4 College Sophomore

Online Courses: I loved taking online courses. The professors were there to help and very understanding. Everyone still has office hours so if you had problems you could go see them face to face. I never had to go face to face because they were pretty good about emailing me back in reasonable time.

3 College Sophomore

Tuition & Financial Aid: Grayson is a very affordable school and a very good school at that. My only problem is that the financial aid office sometimes is under staffed and it takes a very long time to speak to someone even for a simple question. I value my education and think tuition here is very reasonable.

4 College Sophomore

Campus Resources: Almost everyone on campus is extremely helpful. The student center is a fun, relaxing place. The library has good hours and there is usually someone to help you find what you need as soon as you walk in the door.

3 College Sophomore

Campus Resources: I have had a few problems with network reliability but in the end it always gets going. We have to pay to print things on campus but it is not very much and I have never minded this. There are a few computer labs but in the RN program some of us were told to bring our own computers because of the shortage.

3 College Sophomore

Career Services: I do know my school has a career center with good hours to assist students in planning the future. They are willing to provide testing for people who need it. I have not gone through this personally so there is only so much i can say.

3 College Sophomore

Student Body: The classes I am in are for a program that less than 1/3rd of us applying for will get into. This doesn't even take into account those of us who will give up before the pre-reqs are over. It feels more like a competition than anything else and most students will not study together as they also see it as a competition.

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