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3 College Freshman

Local Area: There are a bunch of activities to get into on River Street and downtown Savannah.Most folk on campus go downtown to local clubs and parties.A good majority of students go to Savannah State next door to us to find a good party.

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3 College Freshman

Guys & Girls: Usually everybody is in a relaxed mood and wear casual apparel.A majority of the women on campus stay active and exercise constantly at the recreation center.You get a mix of all different types of people.You'll see more on the shy timid side than you will party folk.Most are very mature about their engagements with others.

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3 College Senior

Campus Quality: Alot of the facilities around campus are currently being renovated. A few buildings have been renovated and they look awesome!

4 College Senior

Local Area: Armstrong is located in Savannah which is a very beautiful city! Savannah is a major tourist city so there is always a cultural event happening around the city. Dining and shopping is awesome because it gives you a small town feel. The people of the city loves college students since Savannah has 4 colleges. Safety is only an issue in certain parts of the city.

3 College Senior

Campus Quality: Armstrong's student life is very diverse and unique. The student union is only 4 years old and we have over 75 organizations for students to join. There are plenty of campus activities and events to attend via the Campus Union Board and the residential facilities. The athletic centers do need to be renovated and updated.

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3 College Freshman

Parking: The parking services is open 24/7 which is nice and the officers that run the front desk a nice and helpful. The parking is strict, even though I haven't yet gotten a parking ticket. You're not allowed to back into parking spots which is a little weird.

3 College Junior

Off-Campus Housing: I currently live at home but there are many apartment complexes located around and near the school

3 College Junior

Scholarships: The financial aid process this year has been a easy one. But in my past years it has always been a hassle

3 College Junior

Majors: I am enjoying my time in the program. It is very intense and a heavy workload but it is all just to better you.

3 College Junior

Majors: The process of getting into the program is a bit difficult. If you begin at the school and complete the necessary classes with an 3.0 program GPA you are reserved a spot. Because I was a transfer there were even fewer spots for me to get in.

3 College Junior

Majors: I am an Nursing Major and it is an intense program but well worth the hassle. They prepare you to enter the workfield with a wide variety of knowledge.

3 College Freshman

Technology: There are computer labs in the main buildings and in the library. The connection is quick on those. However, if I bring my laptop the wireless is slow and I end up on a desktop in one of the labs. Another thing about bringing my laptop is it can be hard to find an outlet to plug into. You get a certain number of free prints each semester after that the charge is reasonable.

3 College Freshman

Off-Campus Housing: There are plenty of apartment complexes within driving distance to Armstrong. However, the rent is high in the apartment complexes. The best bet if to try and find something outside of a complex. Realty websites and craigslist are helpful places to look.

3 College Sophomore

Transportation: Public transportation is available but downtown and tybee island are far enough away that you have to switch bus lines more than once.

4 College Student

Academics: I recently attended Armstrong's Orientation and Registration ceremony, more commonly known as Navigate. It was pretty nice. When I first got there I picked up a packet of information that they had set up for all of the student's attending. In the packet there was a "Passport". It allows you to get either a hole punch or a stamp from all of the different tables around the building. There was a raffle going on for all of the people that got their entire "passport" stamped and hole punched. The winner's were chosen during the lunch that they provide you with around 11am. Also in the packet was a schedule that you would use later on during the day to write your class schedule on. There was also a checklist that you give to the people that you visit when you go into the room behind the table that your assigned packet was located by. If you plan on attending AASU in the fall, I recommend that you go ahead and sign up for Navigate. Otherwise, you might not be able to get into the classes that you want to. They fill up fast! After lunch you and your parents (or whoever came with you) will split up for the remainder of the day. You'll see what happens after that when you go. Umm I think that about covers the "basics" of Navigate (:

2 College Student

Campus Food: The Armstrong cafeteria is the Galley, where they serve pizza, hamburgers, soups, made to order deli, salad bar, stir fry, and cereal for lunch and dinner. The galley is open for breakfast, lunch, brunch and dinner and closes at nine on the week days. Armstrong also has world of wings, quiznos and a convenient store called the pantry.

3 College Student

Off-Campus Dining: Armstrong is located just down the street from a lot of popular restaurants, fast food places, and pizza.

2 College Student

Technology: Armstrong has a computer lab in almost every main building for easy access for students. The network reliability and speed is very good in the computer labs and in the library, however, if you are trying to work off your own computer, it would be a good idea to bring an ether net cable as the wifi accessibility is not very good.

3 College Student

Campus Quality: Armstrong is a small campus, so there is a community feel among the students. With it conveniently located across the street from Savannah mall, as well as next door to publix, walMart, and Kroger, a student doesn't have to go far to get what they need and want.

2 College Freshman

Local Area: Savannah is famous for its main attraction River Street , but it's a one time attraction . Once you've done it once, maybe twice, then it's no longer fun . The same with the mall and the beach. Savannah is a pretty small town comparatively, and rather boring. There's never anything exciting going on aside from college parties which also eventually get boring.

3 College Freshman

Guys & Girls: There's a wide variety of students to look at and interact with at this school . You'll see all of your typical groups from the jocks and the preppys to the populars to the nerds and so on and so forth . You're bound to find someone to fit in with .

2 College Freshman

Athletics: There's no football team . That automatically takes away a whole letter grade . The boys basketball team sucks . There record is embarrassing . The girls basketball team is decent . The only thing that saves this school is volleyball, which the games are very fun to go to, and apparently our soccer and baseball teams are A1 as well .

3 College Freshman

Drug Safety: Even though AASU campus is supposed to be "dry" it is far from it. Many students can get their hands on drinks pretty easily when having the right connections. Drugs aren't hard to find either, you can usually ask a person who smokes if they have anything else and 8/10 times they do.

3 College Sophomore

Academics: My major is mechanical engineering, and the best thing about the engineering program at Armstrong is that after you finish 2 years of curriculum at Armstrong, you transfer to Georgia Tech and get your bachelor's from there. The workload is tough but that is due to the professors seeing the need to prepare for Georgia Tech, and they are doing a good job of that. The flaw in this program is that since engineering is not the most sought after major at the school, the time slots for engineering classes are not flexible at all, and as an older student with varying needs outside of school, flexibility counts for a lot.

3 College Sophomore

Academics: Professors are very knowledgeable at Armstrong. They are also willing to help and most will give you one on one time outside of class if you need it. The curriculum is diverse, and the workload is about average, at least for my demanding major. The only real negative note is that sometimes availability of courses is slim, because classes fill up almost instantly when registration starts, and the time slots for these classes are not very flexible either. Plan on going to class from 7AM to 3PM. Having a day job is impossible.

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