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Student Reviews of Texas Southern University

3.8
based on 91 reviews
  • Brittany from Houston, TX

    Being in college for over one semester has opened my eyes to a lot of things. When I was in high school, I dispelled many of the college myths, and I never envisioned college to be different from high school. I will advise prospective students to… more read full review

    Being in college for over one semester has opened my eyes to a lot of things. When I was in high school, I dispelled many of the college myths, and I never envisioned college to be different from high school. I will advise prospective students to do the same, if I had a chance to go back in time and talk to myself as a high school senior I would advise myself to be careful of the people I surround myself with, become more involved in extracurricular activities, and to budget my money wisely. Firstly I will advise myself to be careful of the people I associate with to avoid negative influences. Moreover, I will also advise myself to be very involved in extracurricular activities as this will help increase my network and hone my leadership abilities. Finally, I will advise myself to budget and spend resourcefully because college expenses are constantly on the rise and it is only wise to spend intelligently and save for the rainy days to come. College has been a learning experience for me and I hope to continue to provide for my institution. It is not what the institution can do for you; it is about what you can do for your institution. read full review

  • Linda from Scranton, PA

    This is my second semester in college and being here has opened my eyes up to a lot of opportunites. Just being in college over all has really showed me a lot about not only myself but just the world itself. It has showed me a great number of… more read full review

    This is my second semester in college and being here has opened my eyes up to a lot of opportunites. Just being in college over all has really showed me a lot about not only myself but just the world itself. It has showed me a great number of things so far and I just have a whole new perspective on life itself now and even with the things and people around me. I really recommend that if you have the chance and opportunity to go to college, then go for it. Don't let that chance pass you by! read full review

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