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Reviews 260 total reviews with an average rating of 3.8

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5 College Freshman

Campus Resources: The student center and libraries on this campus are great.

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4 College Sophomore

Overall Experience: Although it is expensive this school has a lot of perks such as helpful teachers and kind students.

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4 College Junior

Overall Experience: The class sizes are small/average -maximum of I have seen was maybe 20 students. Almost 95% of the professors who I have had the pleasure of taking their classes are actually interested in their students performing well and want to see us succeed.

4 College Junior

Academic Experience: I am not currently in the program yet. From the other students that I have spoken with that are currently in the program I am applying for, it is very intense. The workload is very heavy, so some students are unable to continue working while in school.

4 College Junior

Academic Experience: I took some classes like sociology, which I originally did not care to take before. But I am glad that I did, I really did learn a lot from that class, as well as other classes like public speaking. The professors I had when I took those classes made learning fun and interactive. Class registration has been made very easy. The registrars set up in one of our student lounges for a couple of days to register students for whatever classes they may have to take. Some of them are super friendly and are able to help accommodate you so you can work out your schedule according to what you are supposed to take. They have a very well put together system, so it flows really easily. Our school also offers tutoring which some professors have definitely made a point to some of us to attend. I have personally not used those services, as I did have on professor that came in on his day off to conduct a "study group" in class for students who wanted the help. It truly did help having a professor like that, that actually wanted to see his students succeed and take time from his personal life to help us.

4 College Junior

Career Services: I have not personally used the post-grad services since I am still in school and am currently working. I do plan on using the services once I am near graduating or graduated. I regularly get emails about updating my resume or someone offering help with resumes as well as attending job fairs.

4 College Junior

Online Courses: I have only taken one online class thus far. I had a pretty good experience. The professor was good about letting us know ahead of time of what would be due on what days and interacting with the students in the discussion. The professor also would give us feedback on what we may have had missed and where we could improve so that we would do good in the class. I would say the workload was pretty average considering it was done online instead of in a classroom setting. The peer to peer interaction was good. Students would always comment each other and ask each other questions just like it would be in a a real classroom setting.

4 College Junior

Tuition & Financial Aid: Unfortunately because it is a private school, it is very pricey. I was not eligible for many loans, or even approved for any grants. So it did make it tough because I have to work full time to make out of pocket payments to even come to school, in addition to paying for all my textbooks and supplies. The business office staff was really good though about explaining on what would be covered and what would not. Also showing me what my out of pocket expense would be and how much it is going to cost me every month for a certain number of semesters.

4 College Junior

Student Body: There is always some type of event or function that the student body is hosting, which is nice- whether is it s fundraiser or seminar.

5 College Junior

Campus Resources: We do not have athletic centers that I know of. But the student body is always having some type of fundraiser or event going on that all the other students are invited to. There is also usually some type of additional seminars that are hosted for students to attend, which is nice.

4 College Junior

Academic Flexibility: The school is great. I love the brand new campus and abundance of computer labs. The classes are small, which is a plus. But depending on your professor, for example one of the last classes I just took, my professor never gave our class any feedback. Our grade was based solely on bi-weekly tests. After our test, we were just given our test grade, but no explanation on what we missed or got correct, which is frustrating because when our final exam came up- it was cumulative. So I was sort of at a loss of what I needed to concentrate on, and what I was okay with. We did a "review" the class before our final, but there was no structure as to what exactly was going to be on it, our professor just asked what we did not feel confident with, and went over what the student was worried about- which ended up not even being on the exam. I ended up being held back for being ONE point off of what I needed to get in to my desired program!! I felt that I could have learned so much more if the professor actually took the time to go over or let us review our own tests to see what we actually got wrong in order to learn from it. Now I have to re-take the class and wait six months to reapply for the program.

3 College Sophomore

Online Courses: I have a lot of previous experience with online courses so assumed that South's online courses would be similar. They are not. I do not like the outline of the "Student Portal". I prefer "Blackboard". Also, I have emailed my online professor and never received a response. But, I do enjoy the online bookshelf!

College Sophomore

Academic Experience: I m technically not in my program yet but my major is Nursing. I am finishing a final quarter of pre requisites and then will being a 2 year program resulting in a Bachelor's Degree of Nursing.

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4 College Sophomore

Academic Experience: I greatly enjoy a couple of my professors because they are not only smart but they are patient with the students whom need it. Also, the registration process is great. I missed registration and was still able to set up an immediate appointment and a professor made my schedule for me.

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College Sophomore

Student Body: I am a new student and I am not familiar with the student body yet.

College Sophomore

Career Services: I have not yet graduated. In fact, I have just started my program so I am not aware of the post-grad services but I have heard that they are good!

3 College Sophomore

Overall Experience: I did not realize how different a quarter is than a semester. It makes simple courses feel intense. For example, I am taking Art History and it feels like an honors Literature III class because the professor expects a lot of work multiple times a week.

3 College Sophomore

Overall Experience: I have not been approached or involved in any other way with the student career prospects. I also have not yet visited the career center/services on campus but I intend to.

3 College Sophomore

Academic Flexibility: The administration was flexible when I missed registration and also very helpful when I was applying and the quarter had already begun. But, I have emailed teachers about certain frustrations and have not even been acknowledged. Also, I missed 2 classes and the office was notified although I am passing the class with a B and that is more than half the class can say.

4 College Sophomore

Campus Resources: I personally enjoy the labs available for help. Although, I never utilized them at Palm Beach State College, I feel comfortable enough at South to do so and appreciate the help I have been given.

3 College Sophomore

Tuition & Financial Aid: The process was fine. classes are expensive but will be worth it.

College Sophomore

Career Services: I have't gotten that far yet.

4 College Sophomore

Online Courses: I can easily interact with my classmates and get help if I need it.

4 College Sophomore

Academic Flexibility: I don't need as many credits to get into my program

4 College Sophomore

Campus Resources: Everything is close its not far to walk.

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