Location
Clinton, MS
Undergrads
2,623
Tuition
$14,430
Admission Difficulty
Average
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Reviews 364 total reviews with an average rating of 3.6

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3 College Senior

Off-Campus Housing: Off-campus housing is available throughout the city, but since its more of a college town, the cost of staying in an apartment is very high. If you do want to stay off campus, it would be great if you consider having roommates to help with the costs.

4 College Senior

Majors: They have a variety of majors, and they are very good at giving you your monies worth. No major is extremely easy. You will definitely have to apply yourself to earn your grades here.

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4 College Senior

Majors: I'm a nursing student. I will be honest and say that the program is very intense. Its extremely challenging, but you will come out of the program very prepared and well ready to be a great nurse. I like the program, but it can be very time consuming, so a social life is very slim to none. Its possible to have a social life, but you must balance the two extremely well and have a great amount of self discipline.

3 College Senior

Weather: Let's be honest. This is Mississippi. The weather here is very bipolar. It could be extremely cold in the morning, and by the evening, its extremely warm to where you could go change into shorts and a tank top with flip flops. Just weird.

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4 College Senior

Campus Housing: The dorms are pretty nice. They try to keep the housing up-to-date as much as possible. But there is always room for improvement.

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4 College Senior

Off-Campus Dining: There is a great variety to choose from. Fast foods, ethnic foods, just about anything a college student enjoys eating.

4 College Senior

Campus Dining: There are different stations to choose from. The food is pretty good in the cafeteria, but if you don't want the cafeteria, there are other nice dinning areas to choose from that have great food, as well.

4 College Senior

Local Atmosphere: Its a nice and friendly town with nice and friendly people. Its a pretty small town.

3 College Senior

Nightlife: There is not much to do on campus, but you can find things to do off campus that are pretty fun and relaxing.

3 College Senior

Transportation: If you are injured, the campus security will come pick you up and take you to class. But, there isn't any other way to get around campus unless you walk or ride a bike. It's not a big campus.

4 College Senior

Scholarships: They are great with completing the necessary paperwork that is needed to get you set for school and classes. Even if you are late turning in the needed paperwork, they will still help you get everything turned in to be able to get all of your financial aid.

4 College Senior

Greek Life: We don't have a greek life, but they are similar to greeks. We have tribes, and they religious and very friendly people. They do have parties and informal events to where they go out of state and have banquets and parties. Everyone should consider it. Very friendly atmosphere.

4 College Senior

Campus Strictness: The policies are not very strict. I think they are fair and appropriate.

5 College Senior

Drug Safety: Very good school. Its just extremely expensive for no reason.

3 College Freshman

Scholarships: It was hectic and it was very hard to fill everything out and meet the deadlines.

4 College Junior

Majors: I am very pleased with the Masters Program in Chemistry. I am actually pleased with my decision to attend school here. My ultimate career goal is to attend Medical School to become a physician. I have been blessed with the opportunity to work on research projects and doing research is part of applying to Medical School. I feel the classes I am taking and can take will prepare me for the academic journey I have ahead of me.

4 College Junior

Overall Experience: The program I am part of is small in number which makes it easy, from my point of view, to ask questions in class and to understand concepts as compared to a class of 30 or more. Usually classes this size make it hard to ask questions and get it answered effectively. Another thing I like about the Chemistry Masters Program is that there are opportunities to participate in research projects with some of the faculty and staff. Although the graduate classes are small, it is important to ask the faculty member who would like to do research with well in advance because there are also undergraduate students who work in the labs also.

3 College Junior

Drug Safety: I don't see any drug use here on campus, I am usually busy with classes and occupied with other things. There are students who do drink but it's not very noticeable. I have not seen people treated differently because someone else doesn't drink. A lot of students here take their education very serious, so I don't see a lot of students here not participate in drinking, but it doesn't mean they don't though either.

3 College Junior

Transportation: The only transportation option available to students is a shuttle provided by the school for students who live off campus. It runs frequently and there are different stops where the shuttle picks up and drops off. There school is very near a grocery store and a few eating places as well and is within walking distance from the school; nothing too far. But in order to get to other shopping centers, a car is needed. Some students here catch rides with other students. If you don't know anyone when you get here, a car would be needed for long distance transportation because the only transportation available for students is a shuttle and that is usually for students who stay off campus.

4 College Junior

Scholarships: The financial aid process is what you make it. If you take care and complete your financial aid before school starts, then trying to complete it won't be bad at all; it falls on the student to be responsible to complete it. If a student does have a balance on his/her student account, he/she cannot register for classes or anything. The only tip I have to give is do your financial aid as soon as possible. Complete it early in the summer so the school will have everything you need when it comes time for you to register for the upcoming school term.

3 College Freshman

Computers: i brought my own for convenience

3 College Junior

Campus Housing: My first semester here, I did have the chance to stay in the dorms. I was a graduate student who was not familiar with the area at the time, so I was glad to hear that they have a dorm on campus where they allow graduate students to stay. The cost was pretty reasonable. The way I registered for the dorm is online, which was very convenient. You register online and pay the registration fee and if you know the person you want to room with it, you can include them as your roommate. The dorms aren't in bad shape, but can be improved.

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4 College Junior

Academics: I am in the graduate program, so the classes are relatively small, so it is not hard to learn names. You actually get a chance to learn your professors because they will be teaching the majority if not all the classes you take up until you earn your degree. There are not a lot of students in the program I am in, so you can actually register for classes a day or two before they actually start. There are a variety of places to study besides the library.

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4 College Junior

Academics: I am in the Masters Program working on my Masters Degree in Chemistry. The thing I like about the program I am in is I can choose if I want to do a thesis or non-thesis for my Chemistry degree. The workload has not been that bad and can be managed pretty well. There are opportunities to do research on campus with a professor and sometimes it can be difficult trying to find a lab to do research in. The facilities are pretty okay. As for as classes go, there is a list on the website for graduate students which tells you which classes are needed to earn your degree. I am unsure about the job opportunities after finishing your degree.

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4 College Junior

Off-Campus Dining: There are quite a few places to eat that are not on campus. Some restaurants do offer discounts for students who attend the school. The prices vary, but are pretty affordable, especially for a college student on a budget. There are also grocery places not far to shop at also, for the basic necessities. The distance to these places are in the area, some are a little further than others. Because some of the restaurants are pretty close, you can even walk to them.

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