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Reviews 222 total reviews with an average rating of 3.4

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3 College Junior

Off-Campus Housing: Living off campus is a great alternative to the strict rules and poor housing options on campus, but living on campus is required. The appeal process to relieve the cost of paying for a dorm room is a joke; if you don't meet the requirements of military involvement or marriage, you're more than likely going to be paying for a dorm anyway. Because of this, most people live on campus.

3 College Junior

Off-Campus Dining: There's not a lot of variety in cuisine, but it's one of those situations where I have 15 choices for a hamburger, 6 choices for Asian food, and 3 options for a steak (but not a place to get a good one). If you want to have more cuisine options, you have to drive half an hour to Johnson City. A student favorite in Greeneville is the China Chef, which provides solid Chinese food at college-kid prices. The people are really nice and try their best to give you exactly what you want.

3 College Junior

Administration: The administration stresses attendance because of the one-class-at-a-time block, and also work with students about plagiarism and academic misconduct. Therefore, on the academic scene, I have a lot of respect for administration's policies. On student life, administration is disconnected and not involved, which results in students not respecting their decisions elsewhere. Impractical rules may be enforced because the administration misunderstands what it's like to be a student living on this campus.

College Junior

Party Scene: I'm not a party girl, but parties are a topic of conversation in every classroom. Tusculum professes to have a dry campus, but that's only if you get caught. Parties in the apartments are the most popular, but otherwise students travel to clubs in nearby Johnson City to get their fix. Tusculum is in the middle of nowhere, so if you don't drink and go to parties, there's not really a social scene for you.

2 College Junior

Scholarships: I received the highest academic scholarship, which covered about 1/3 of tuition and costs. Outside of that, the college financial aid suggests you look for other scholarships on your own and is of no help. Work study is reserved for those who only get low scholarships, so there are many willing workers who go without. The school requires you to live on campus and pay for a meal plan, so if you live off campus or the food makes you sick, you're paying for something you don't need.

1 College Junior

Campus Food: You have to eat in the cafeteria, which is the cheapest option the college could get. The food is under- or over-cooked, poorly seasoned, and/or drowning in oil. The most dependable option is the sandwich bar, which isn't always there.

3 College Junior

Campus Housing: The new apartments are nice, but everything else is old and dingy.

5 Recent Alumnus

Off-Campus Housing: I do not like that

5 Recent Alumnus

Off-Campus Dining: it is some time good way to change mode for student

5 Recent Alumnus

Administration: yes it is may be help to good peformance

5 Recent Alumnus

Scholarships: It is perfect way to help poor students

5 Recent Alumnus

Party Scene: I do not favorite that

5 Recent Alumnus

Campus Food: It is very good plan

5 Recent Alumnus

Campus Housing: like to live in camp best with all students

3 College Junior

Administration: They are strict about attendance and also about the drinking. The rules say that it is not allowed on campus, but the students find ways around the policies.

3 College Junior

Campus Housing: Campus life is great. The worst place is Katherine Hall, which is freshman hall and the best would either be the apartments or the Cogs, which is where I am. They are older buildings but they are clean and very safe.

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College Junior

Greek Life: The Greek life is no different than non-Greek as far as I know.

4 College Junior

Health & Safety: The safety and security of the campus is awesome. We have campus police ion duty 24 hours a day and also security officers that are out and about all of the time.

2 College Junior

Scholarships: I just feel like I get the run around sometimes.

3 College Junior

Campus Food: The food plan is ok, we get a certain dollar amount that we can use in our on campus coffee bar, which is great

3 College Junior

Off-Campus Dining: There are several fast food eatery close to campus.

2 College Junior

Party Scene: Don't really party. I am school to learn and to get an education.

4 College Junior

Majors: It was very easy to get into the program, the advisors and professors are very helpful in selecting the classes that you need for the program that you are enrolled in.

4 College Junior

Majors: We go to school on a block schedule. Have one class for 18 days, take a test and then go to the next class for 18 days and so on until the semester ends. Love this type of schedule. I find that you do not stress like you would if you took 3 or more classes. I highly recommend this type of schedule.

4 College Junior

Off-Campus Housing: The parking is one of the assets to off campus living. On campus if you move your car them the likely hood of finding a place to park near the dorm that you live is almost impossible.

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