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Reviews 294 total reviews with an average rating of 3.1

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5 College Freshman

Health & Safety: I feel that on the Johnson State Campus we feel very safe, I don't ever have to worry about what could happen to me, I think this is also because we have such an inclusive campus so if something were to happen everyone would have seen it.

4 College Freshman

Overall Experience: My classes were very good for a first semester, they were semi difficult but I could handle them. The professors really wanted you to succeed and will help you when you ask. There are many classes that are offered, they have classes from outdoor ed to arts, and the classes are very discussion/ project based.

5 College Freshman

Campus Housing: I personally feel that I lucked out, my floor is all friends, we do stuff together and we keep our floor clean. Most of the buildings on cam[us are very well taken care of and that if there is a problem I know that maintenance will fix it in less than 24 hours.

3 College Freshman

Athletics: I personally don't pay attention to the sports that much I am more into the arts. But I have been to a couple soccer games and there is a lot of school spirit there and that the gym works for both the athletic person and the non athletic person.

4 College Freshman

Overall Experience: Johnson State College is my dream school. I have wanted to go here since I was in was in eighth grade. They have definitely lived up to everything I thought they would. My education classes are very helpful and I know I am learning stuff. If I had to reapply I would want to go to JSC because it is a very homey place and I know that the professors want us to succeed.

3 College Junior

Overall Experience: A lot of the faculty members I'm glad to have met and been mentored by them, but I'm not personally engaged with the school. I only regret not going to a school that teaches my specific discipline, but I didn't even know what I wanted to do when deciding for a school. The campus is small and the classes are as well, so it's easy to communicate with everyone. I'm just glad everyone is so openminded, kind and patient. I don't dislike my school because it has the potential to produce wonderful people, but the funding isn't there for the school to flourish. There is a lot of financial aid, but to attract and keep students like myself, they need more available than the traditional courses we learn in high school.

4 College Freshman

Overall Experience: The idea of college, for me, has been stories of stress and panic and chaos. Now being a couple weeks into college it's comforting to see how normal it really is. It's not easy, nor was i expecting it to be, but Johnson state college is definitely a community based college, and that makes it easier.

3 College Sophomore

Overall Experience: My experience at johnson state has be ok so far. and the classes i have taken were not too easy and not too hard

3 College Freshman

Off-Campus Housing: I don't live off-campus, I don't know.

4 College Freshman

Off-Campus Dining: It's nice to get out a eat somewhere new.

3 College Freshman

Administration: They do a good job to make everyone happy.

3 College Freshman

Party Scene: Open if you want to go, but not forced to go.

3 College Freshman

Scholarships: The lady's were nice and helped out a lot.

3 College Freshman

Campus Food: I wish that there was more diversity, I fell like I eat the same thing every week.

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4 College Freshman

Campus Housing: I like how the dorms are set up. Not to big and not to small. I like how nothing it secured into place, that way I can move objects around how I like them.

3 College Sophomore

Scholarships: I wish there were more opportunities for scholarships

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4 College Sophomore

Health & Safety: People are there if you need to talk

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3 College Junior

Diversity: The diversity here at Johnson is mostly white. There are a few more colored people but they are usually associated with sports. Everyone at that school is accepted though. Weather you are white, black , Mideastern, Spanish, gay, or even lesbian. People tend to not really believe in religion to much. They go on with life day by day. Vermont itself can be a very racist state in some places. My roommate told me that he would not take me to certain parts because they would not accept my kind over there. Overall Johnson is a friendly state and a great college.

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4 College Junior

Majors: Its not to hard to get into the program. It is just once you get in you have to be committed and make sure you work hard because the work load can be a little difficult. The challenges you may encounter may be the fact that you have to study a lot. Johnson can be such a beautiful place that most people would rather be outside and hang out with their friends rather then study at times.

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4 College Junior

Majors: I love the health and exercise program at our school. I am a college athlete as I stated earlier, learning how to repair the body at its finest is such an interesting fact to me. I love being able help others repair their body or even relay the information on what they should do. I love learning about the body and how it can crumble down in one second or how it can hold you up in the most harsh conditions. The workload can be a lot at times and be to much but it is all worth it in the end. The facilities here at Johnson are very nice. Everything from the microscopes to the heart monitors. Jobs and internships open up widely through this field because there is such a huge demand for this area.

3 College Junior

Administration: It can be strict at times.Some people are rushing at times to get to class and may get a ticket because they parked in the wrong area. The worst is in the dorms when you have a to pay a fee for someone else messing up. Public safety can be strict at times and I realize they are doing there jobs to keep up safe but sometimes it can be a little to much. They don't let you miss class to much either or your grade drops. If you cheat you can be kicked out of the class or maybe even the school.

4 College Junior

Academics: I think it is a great environment to be around. Everybody wants to see you succeed in that field especially your teachers. I being a college athlete I would say being around sport science is a blessing. Learning how to help the body recover at the best way possible is a benefit for any athlete. The workload can be a lot at times and it can take time because of all the studying but once you accomplish it you feel great about yourself. You feel like you learn so much and the crazy thing about it is that you retain so much. There are parts where you get to have a hands on day where you would tape someones hand or ankle, or get your blood tested, or even check your po2! The health teachers are also so nice. If you actually take the time out to talk to them you can see how much they actually want to help you and send you of in the right direction.

4 College Junior

Academics: I believe that health science at Johnson might be one of the best in Vermont. It is very strongly accepted and popular. The teachers always want to help you although they can be pretty hard at times. The registration process is very easy and simple because the health teachers themselves are also advisers which makes it so much easier for you to get in. The popular study areas I would say are the library! A lot of people go there because we have a 24 hour computer lab.

3 College Junior

Scholarships: I honestly filled out a couple papers and had to ask my parents for help but for the most part it was pretty simple. If I ever had any questions I would ask the financial aid office and they would help me out in an instant They were so nice about everything especially because I called so many times.

3 College Junior

Off-Campus Housing: The pros to living on a off campus apartment would be having you own room and space. You would be able to walk around and not be sanction for something you did not do. you would be able to make your own rules. The cons to this would be that it can be a little far walk from classes when it is snowing pretty hard. You have to clean up all the mess you created!

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