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| I actually really liked this school. There are a couple down points that people have named on here but from my experience most of those have turned out to be good things. The school life is relatively quiet, like there aren't any parties going on and there isn't a whole lot of school spirit but you wont notice unless you are a serious busy body and always have to have something to occupy your time. |
The scenery is absolutely beautiful and I spent most of my time at the beach or hanging out around town. There is nothing better then living on the beach, its always a little windy and it gets pleasantly cool at night. Sometimes it storms really bad and sometimes it feels a little hot, but either way you will end up with a tan and wind blown hair at the end of the semester.
The teachers are really nice and laid back and the work is mostly easy or average, occasionally I got something that I really had to work on, just not often which was a nice change from the community college I started out at. If you really like being competitive, overworked, or stressed out..then this is not the place for you.
I met some of the coolest people while going to this school. There are people from all walks of life going to this school, so the diversity is nice. There aren't any real snooty people or loud party goers. Its also really easy to meet people and get involved on campus, there is something for just about every interest..and if there isn't..you can make one.
Overall I wouldn't trade the experiences I had at this school. The atmosphere was rather relaxed and everything was just pretty great and lots of fun. I even lived on campus and the dorms are not half as bad as they are made out to be. The only real downsides to this school? You'll probably never get your hair straight ever again and there is always going to be sand in your dorm if you frequent the beach.
|Oct 15 2011|| 1st Year Female --
Class 2013 |
| Here is the thing about TAMUCC, you will either absolutely love it or hate it. I thought I hated it until I left for Summer, I miss it so much. It is a great campus with a great Kinesiology program. Its the perfect size, and everyone says parking sucks but no spot is farther than 10 minutes away walking. I know people at UT that have to park, then ride a bus to class and it takes them over 30 minutes to get to classes. If you want a decent college where you can make a lot of cool friends come to TAMUCC! |
|Jul 18 2011|| 2nd Year Male --
Class 2013 |
| I LOVE THIS SCHOOL!!!|
It's a gorgeous campus (can't beat the beach) with many student resources and clubs... I've made wonderful friends [I suggest freshman live in dorms, I've bonded with so many people]. I was accepted to TAMUCC & Texas Tech and the breezy vibe from this school convinced me to attend here. TAMUCC isn't for everybody, it's average sized which is good for me but I understand people that are looking for a larger, more challenging university, with more school spirit because there isn't lots of it here. However, I'm just here to party and get a quality education, you MUST be involved with the campus activities to make the most of the universities social aspect. I'm undecided but with the student aid I'm sure I'll be guided to the right decision and I recommend this school to people who want a drama-free & fun experience whilst working alongside great teachers for a good education! :)
|Dec 28 2010|| 1st Year Female --
Class 2014 |