These schools are similar to University of Missouri-Columbia in key aspects like size, setting, and academics.
100% of students
The environment, lots of things to do, easy ways to get involved.
There are quite a few homeless people downtown at night.
It was a great educational institution with a lot of qualified faculty. There's a reason I choose to return there for grad school. As far as value goes, it's a low cost for a high return. The dorms and the dining halls need improvement, but that's a very small part of the ultimate great experience.
The dorms and dining halls had much to be desired. Nearly everything else was great. But the limited options and high expense for little payoff weren't very good.
Lots of connections
The school does not prioritize the student body as much as it should.
I wouldn’t recommend the online course version unless it’s a must. The best courses to take is in person.
Online courses are not consistent.
My overall experience so far has been great. There are plenty of ways to get involved and most professors care.
Out-of-state tuition is high, even with a scholarship.
I like how the community is very involved with their students. I also enjoy the fact that they strive to make sure their students have the best experience possible.
I didn’t like how they sometimes don’t try to accommodate all types of people.