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Most Helpful Review for Johnson C Smith University
  • Category: Will learn a lot
  • Review by: Lanee
  • 7 out of 7 people found this review helpful

At Johnson C. Smith University I will learn a lot about the field I'm going to major in which is Health Education. I will also learn more about the history of my school. How? Who? What? Where? All the need to know bases.Time management. I will learn how to become more independent.

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Student Responses to Review Topic: in 3 Sentences
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  • Ebony - Hephzibah, GA
  • Dec-20-2015 I am a current student here

    Johnson C Smith is a very great HBCU school . It is a private school but the classes are very small and you have more one on one a lot . Everyone on campus is very friendly . Iam currently attending Johnson C Smith Spring of 2016 and Iam set also ready to go .

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  • Anjelica from Silver Spring, MD
  • Dec-19-2015 I am a current student here

    Small, urban university conveniently located just blocks from downtown Charlotte. There are less then 2,000 students and class sizes are very small (some general ed classes will have up to 25 students). Tuition is pretty reasonable compared to a lot of other 4-year schools.

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  • Mechelle from Simpsonville, SC
  • Jan-19-2015 I am a current student here

    A well diverse & hands on school. A school of various majors ranging from communication arts, stem majors, social work & business marketing. A division 2 university school.

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  • TyQuan from Cleveland, OH
  • Oct-30-2013 I am a current student here

    Johnson C Smith is not what they make themselves out to be. Its a good school for bio and chem majors but other than that your better off at a different school. I give them a 4 out of 10..10 being the best.

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  • Shateeka from Staten Island, NY
  • Oct-29-2013 I am a current student here

    I would give JCSU on a scale of 1-10 A 5. The school is not that great for many degrees. They focus on students majoring in Biology, the majority of the sciences and for Math.

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  • DaRon from Richmond, VA
  • Oct-29-2013 I am a current student here

    Johnson C. Smith University is an HBCU and isn't diverse. For myself personally, the school is hard to adapt to due to my diverse background. However, the school begins to grow on you when you make friends.

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  • Jhane from Charlotte, NC
  • Oct-17-2013 I am a current student here

    The class sizes are perfect to learn better. Its not many activities on campus but enough to enjoy it. I love the HBCU feelings and how everyone feels like family.

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  • Adeline from Charlotte, NC
  • Sep-19-2013 I am a current student here

    Johnson C Smith is a small university dedicated to helping the students. when you enter the school you feel as though you are their legacy so they do everything in their power to make sure that at Johnson C Smith the legacy becomes a part of you. The one on one professor support is also a plus for the school students get to know their professors and get to improve their skills.

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  • Nick P
  • May-22-2013 I am a current student here

    Good school with much potential, but many problems financial stability and keeping track of students also with many Internet and system connection problems. But all in all this school is what you make of it.

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