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Georgia Southern University

Total Grad Surveys 3
Females 3
Males 0
Avg years at University 2.7
Research Quality B- (6.1)
Research Availability A+ (9.7)
Research Funding B (6.6)
Graduate Politics B- (6.3)
Not Errand Runners A- (8.7)
Degree Completion A- (8.6)
Alternative pay [ta/gsi] B- (6.3)
Sufficient Pay C+ (5.6)
Competitiveness B- (6.2)
Education Quality C+ (5.5)
Faculty Accessibility B (6.9)
Useful Research A- (8.3)
"Individual" treatment A- (8.2)
Friendliness A- (8.2)
Safety B- (6.5)
Campus Beauty A (9.0)
Campus Maintenance A- (8.8)
University Spending C (4.8)
Extracurriculars A- (8.8)
Scholastic Success A (9.0)
Surrounding City B- (5.8)
Social Life/ Environment A- (8.6)
University SpendingC
Research AvailabilityA+
I did my mastersMay 22 2011Engineering Department
I did my masters from this school and i had never had a such a jerk supervisor in my life. When GSU have some good bright people as faculty it will become one of the good engineering school for grad student .
GSU is a great schoolJan 25 2009Business - Management and Administration
GSU is a great school. I recieved my undergraduate degree there and I am working on my MBA on-line now. I am from the Atlanta area originally and I really enjoyed my time in Statesboro. Keep in mind Statesboro is a small town but there are so many kids there that you will have a blast. Live in the dorms your freshman year and you will meet alot of people. I really recommend GSU to anyone who really wants a college experience.
statesboro is a really small townSep 11 2008Psychology
statesboro is a really small town. there is a clear disctinction between students and townies. the townies all love the business that students bring in but want to keep their small town community. this is perhaps why statesboro has not seen much growth. we are finally getting a books-a-million and a chilis if that tells you anything. students are all about drinking, partying, football. there are a lot of frats and soriorities so be prepared for lots of fake blondes and boat shoes. personally i came from central florida and the amount of conservative christians here is atrocious. if you love southern culture (i.e., football, small-town, drinking, big trucks) this is your school
Dec 13 2005Business - Management and Administration
Great experience, wouldn't have changed anything.
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