Academic Experience

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Academic Experience


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4 College Freshman

Academic Experience: The professors will help and guide you but also make sure you do the work by yourself. It is important to understand that you have to do the work in order to succeed.

4 College Freshman

Academic Experience: My classes are challenging enough for me to learn new things, but not too difficult. The workload hasn't been bad at all so far - probably just the right amount of work. Facilities are great. There are plenty of resources to help students find internships and job opportunities.

5 College Sophomore

Academic Experience: (Most) of the professors are incredible people who genuinely care.

4 College Freshman

Academic Experience: The way the professor talk to you in class they want you to do very well. They clearly tell you want they want and how they want it , so you don't fail anything.

5 College Freshman

Academic Experience: My specific major is unique considering it is Media Communication. There are so many great professors and classes for my major that I am not worried about the future at all.


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Young Harris College strives to have an academically rigorous cirriculum. However, many of the students thrive because the professors help out along the way. Their general knowledge of subjects ranges from fair to excellent. Interactions with professors are usually informal and interesting. Students who struggle are given help. Most professors are very accessible and easy to get in touch with. And if a professor is not, there are many student tutors and other professors willing to help.

Some students do not particularly enjoy the curriculum because it requires so much work. But the majority of the student body finds it refreshing, especially because it's more interesting and challenging than high school and some colleges. The small class sizes also help the learning process. Because students have the opportunity to get to know each other better than they would in a larger class or school. It also fosters better discussions of the material both inside and outside of the classroom.

Facts & Statistics

Student-Faculty Ratio
Full-Time Instructional Faculty
Part-Time Instructional Faculty
Full-Time Retention Rate
Part-Time Retention Rate
Transfer-Out Rate
Graduation Rate
  • Division of Fine Arts
  • Division of Humanities
  • Division of Mathematics & Science
  • Division of Social & Behavioral Sciences
Degrees Awarded
  • Bachelor's degree
  • Certificate
Instructional Programs
Occupational: No
Academic: Yes
Continuing Professional: No
Recreational/Avocational: No
Adult Basic Remedial: No
Secondary (High School): No
Programs/Majors Offered
Most Popular Majors
  • Biology and Biological Sciences: Unknown
  • Business Administration and Management: Unknown
  • Communication Studies: Unknown
  • History, General: Unknown
Special Study Options
Distance Learning Opportunities: Yes
Study Abroad: Yes
Weekend/Evening College: No
Teacher Certification: Yes
Class Sizes
Classes usually have fewer than 20 students. A popular class could be larger, but that's the most common number.
Student/Professor Relationships
Teacher-student interactions are very casual and great with most professors.
Testing & Grading Procedures
In most classes, grades are based on three things: participation, quizzes, and tests/papers. Usually a course is either writing-based or information-based. In some classes, a combination of tests and assignments make the final grade, and some are mainly just one major project grade. The workload can be a lot, especially in writing intensive classes.
Things I Wish I Knew Before Coming To School
  • Parking is very limited, and the school is not clear on the difference between resident and commuter parking.
  • What the area is like
  • Which programs are offered
Tips to Succeed
  • If you're a musical theatre major, have a song and monologue prepared for fall auditions!
  • It is what you make it. You have to get out and be active in the campus life to get all Young Harris has to offer.
  • Just manage your time well, and you'll be fine.
Full-Time Faculty
Female Faculty
Male Faculty
Faculty Diversity
African American: 0%
Asian American: 9%
Hispanic: 4%
International: 0%
Native American: 0%
White: 87%
Unknown: 0%
Average Faculty Salary
Academic/Career Counseling?
Remedial Services?

Student Polls

Which statement(s) best describes the quality of education you're getting?    Based on 48 responses

  • 31% Applicable to the real world
  • 29% Learned a lot of new things
  • 29% Will advance my career
  • 6% Learned a few new things
  • 4% Will help me switch careers
  • 1% Haven't learned anything I didn't already know
  • 1% Waste of time



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