|Ethnicity Breakdown||Asian||Black||Caucasian||Hispanic||Middle Eastern||Native American||Pacific Islander|
|Stephen F Austin State University Students||3%||18%||52%||33%||1%||2%||0%|
|All Bold.org College Students||11%||21%||37%||25%||2%||2%||1%|
These schools are similar to Stephen F Austin State University in key aspects like size, setting, and academics.
70% of students
I like that the classes within most majors are small, so you get a lot of time with professors. Plus, it has an overall welcoming feel. I personally liked that the campus was small enough to not feel overwhelming.
I don’t like the high tuition we paid for how little teachers were paid. I also did not like how my major was relegated to buildings that were falling apart.
Stephen F. Austin State University is a campus for all. The University does its best to make sure every student is comfortable while on campus. The environment here is very conducive to learning and welcoming.
It’s a University in Texas, be prepared for the weather changing every now and then
Stephen F. Austin State University is in a small college town. I really liked the size of the classrooms and how we were able to build a personal connection with teachers.
The dining hall and freshman year dorms.
The country town feeling, nature, and the cost of living.
The limited variety of food. Only fat food restaurants, the school doesn’t offer much help to minorities, and police target black students.
I loved the campus, it was very neatly kept and had a homey feel. I loved the professors, they were professional and had a strong will to lead the students to success. The school spirit was no joke and, since the campus wasn't huge, it was always fun to run into your friends while heading to your classes.
It's a small town with a big college so traffic is atrocious, and parking even worse. Most of the buildings are very dated but understandably they are making updates to them and even tearing them down to build new ones. The gossip and school politics are very high school and if it doesn't change the school will go bankrupt and will be bought out.
I love the small-town feel and how much the school puts into making sure you have every recourse you could possibly think of. They have multiple different ones to help people through their years here.
I don't like that some of the dorm rooms are outdated. Or how seniors get the first pic of dorm rooms when it should everyone gets to pick at the same time.