Location
Dahlonega, GA
Undergrads
4,889
Tuition (in-state)
$15,421 ($5,600)
Admission Difficulty
Average
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Reviews 864 total reviews with an average rating of 3.5

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4 College Student

Diversity: There are several clubs that promote diversity and acceptance. For example, there is the Interfaith Alliance which seeks to bring members of various belief systems together in an atmosphere of learning, respect,and tolerance.

3 College Student

Drug Safety: I do not hang around people who do recreational drugs or drink alcohol for fun. Therefore, I really don't have much of an opinion on this question.

3 College Student

Campus Dining: Chow(the dining hall)can be good, but it can also be bland. There is certainly a variety of foods to choose from, and constant pizza. The Hoag student center also offers options of Habaneros (mexican food), Grille 1873(burgers, fries, chicken tenders), Mizo's(sushi and asian food) and Einstein's bagels. These options offer a welcome reprieve from chow, and the atmosphere is fun and relaxed..

5 College Student

Local Atmosphere: Dahlonega is a charming little town. It is safe, and as a female I feel secure walking by myself at night. In the fall, there is the annual gold rush craft fair and it is a lot of fun! There are so many interesting shops and restaurants on the square. Additionally, there is a big selection of churches to choose from.

3 College Student

Scholarships: There are not many institutional scholarships other than academic ones, work study, and scholarships for Cadet students. Financial aid is relatively easy to apply for and accept, but the school does not offer many scholarships.

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3 College Student

Academics: The workload is challenging, but not overwhelmingly so.

3 College Student

Off-Campus Housing: While living off campus certainly has perks such as more freedom and unlimited visitation hours, there is fairly limited off campus housing in the area that is within walking distance to the school. It is possible to live off campus, and there are both expensive and inexpensive options. I do not have any experience with searching for off campus housing.

3 College Student

Campus Strictness: I think there is a fair amount of strictness that keeps everyone safe, even if it is annoying sometimes.

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Parking: I do not have a car on campus.

2 College Junior

Weather: When it is windy and cold you feel like you are going to die. lol

4 College Junior

Scholarships: I recieved HOPE and PELL grant so I didn't pay for a thing.

4 College Junior

Academics: The professors are good for the most part. The academics are challenging but great. I would say workload is average, and registration is a huge pain in the butt.

3 College Junior

Transportation: You have to drive yourself, pretty much.

4 College Junior

Campus Strictness: It's not very strict but we are a commuter campus so it wouldn't be.

5 College Junior

Drug Safety: The drug and alcohol is pretty much non existant on campus.

3 College Junior

Facilities: We have some interesting aspects like the game room and the relaxation lounge with massage chairs [Wellness Center].

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Off-Campus Housing: I don't live in off-campus housing.

5 College Junior

Health & Safety: We don't really have any crime at all but anyone can pretty much walk onto campus and that isn't really safe.

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Greek Life: We don't really have a greek life at all.

4 College Junior

Computers: The labs are very availible for everyone and the prints are really cheap at 2 cents a page that is prepaid in your tuition. The wifi is sometimes slow, but other than that it's great. (:

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Majors: I haven't started the classes for my major yet, so I can't judge them.

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Majors: I haven't started the classes for my major yet.

2 College Junior

Nightlife: You have to drive elsewhere if you want to party. Atlanta and Athens however are pretty close so you can always travel a bit and party.

3 College Freshman

Overall Experience: This campus is not for me. I thought it was beautiful at first, but I didn't take into consideration the fact that there is NOTHING around or anything to do. My favorite days are when its sunny and warm enough to enjoy a sit down with some friends on the drill field. Most days it is usually very windy or raining, though.

3 College Freshman

Scholarships: I got some form of financial aid, and it was rather simple; however, it is not enough for me and any other type of aid seemed to be impossible so I gave up.

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