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TSU is unorganized.Quite BrightHistory/Histories (art history/etc.)
TSU is unorganized. Employees in the Financial Aid department, Registrar's office, and Student Accounting are not helpful and they are extremely unprofessional. If you choose to attend TSU, make sure you ask questions and fact check any information that is communicated to you. Monitor your financial aid funds because it's extremely difficult to acquire campus funding. TSU is not a university that put students first nor does TSU care about students being successful in obtaining a degree.
2nd Year Male -- Class 2019
Education Quality: B-, Useful Schoolwork: F
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Try not to go walking alone at night,Super Brilliant
Try not to go walking alone at night, the TSU police will escort you ladies (and some gents) if you call. Make sure you're always aware of your surroundings.And stay away from all aspects of greek life. I thought they were cool before freshman year but quickly learned with my own eyes they are not! They interfere with a more vibrant and diverse campus life, they're arrogant, attention w****, I've witness pledges being humiliated /beat, frats are gross and violent, soros mad fake and conceited, list goes on. They are the bottom of the barrel in class and grace and annoying to be around. Enjoy college without being tainted or affiliated with that mess, trust me.
5th Year Female -- Class 2014
Surrounding City: A+, Perceived Campus Safety: C-
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My undergraduate experience was very rewarding, memorable, aSuper BrilliantBusiness - Management and Administration
My undergraduate experience was very rewarding, memorable, and I wouldn't change it for nothing. I was accepted to several bigger, flagship universities, but I picked TSU b/c I thoroughly enjoyed the family-like atmosphere and the overall mystic of TSU. Most of the faces look like me and we shared many similar experiences. However, I still found TSU to be very diverse. I've encountered so many students from all around this planet with unique experiences and cultures which in turn made me more knowledgeable about the world around me. At TSU, you'll grow intellectually and as individual if you go with the right intentions (I'm a living witness). Some Freshman Advice: Be one of the leaders on campus, there are so many student organizations on campus that will help with that. Avoid excess partying, you will be inundated with so many party invitations but you have to be mature enough to know when to say "No I'm staying in studying" ... besides you came to college for a degree not to party it up like you're in a 24/7 reality show. Please utilize all the campus resources for resume building, studying help, internship help, mental stress help etc. (you're paying for it). Surround yourself with positive/trust-worthy/goal-oriented classmates and please know everything that glitters isn't gold .... most of the "popular students" you'll see on campus priorities are out of order and not worth trying to befriend (I lived it). And have some school spirit, go to the football, basketball games ... show some support for YOUR SCHOOL and try to bond with your fellow Tigers. ALL ROADS LEAD TO TSU!!!
4th Year Male -- Class 2008
Individual Value: A+, Collaboration/Competitive: C
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