From the standards of the admissions as well as the partnerships that Samford holds, I really do believe that learning will be taking place, both inside the classrooms and out.
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Samford is a beautiful school with many attractions to be admired by the human eye. It has two chapels for the full Christian experience, many building that have multiple artwork inside and the food there is great. After visiting Samford for a college visit during my junior year in high school, i'm hooked.» Read More
Student activities are great; there are lots of things to do on and around campus. Room and board is not-so-great; sometimes things can get... complicated. The caf and food court are also great, along with many of the staff and teachers here; overall, Samford is a small, close-knit, great school, just not for everyone.» Read More
Samford is a beautiful, well kept, student friendly, christian atmosphere that is very welcoming. Their teachers make themselves more than available and willing to help all students. The school is highly recommended for education advancement and is an accredited private school.» Read More
Upon juxtaposition of Samford University with other four year institutions in the Birmingham metropolitan area, I have found this campus to be of significantly inferior quality for the following reasons : the people are homogeneous in nature and very close minded as a collective group. Many of the residents seem very pretentious even though they are willing to pay in excess of $30,000 a year to attend a less than quality school. As a on-campus resident of Samford University the students are treated as though they are in a middle school and not capable of making competent life decisions (this may or may not be the case); This is proven in the case of my prodigal best friend, who feels right at home in the suffocating nest that is this hive of faith based mores that is socially unacceptable in a world of gender and race equality.» Read More