Key Academic Stats
Highest Degree Offered
Total Number of Students
Total Number of Undergrads
Non Traditional Learning
- Online Classes
- Online Undergrad Degrees
- Summer Sessions
- Some Programs Requires Co-Op/Internship
- Study Abroad
- Honors Program
- Teacher Certification Offered
19:1US National: 21:1
Graduate in 4 Years US National: 28%
Graduate in 6 Years US National: 52%
What Students Are Saying
3.79 Average Rating
I love the classes, they are never boring. I have learned a great deal in my classes and enjoy every single one of them. The professors are awesome! They are always available and encourage everyone to come in during office hours for additional help.
Maggie from Normal, IL
The programs offered are extremely invigorating and challenging.
Stephanie from Brunswick, GA
i am a student in the bachelors of business administration program and i continually see the courses getting harder, but that also means i continue to get more out of them. you get out of classes what you put into them.
Tiffany from Jesup, GA
For the most part the academics are fairly average as long as you are willing to actually put forth the effort into your studies. On the other hand if you don't put forth the effort you will struggle through your course and find things to be very difficult
Danielle from Kingsland, GA
Dedication is key and you have to put the time in to reap the rewards of obtaining a college education. The teachers are excellent - at least the ones I have been fortunate to have - but you have to be responsible enough to spend the time independently studying to truly learn the material and succeed. Some may say the teachers are tough, and while that may be true, they are always available to help and want to see you succeed.
Meredith from Saint Simons Island, GA
there are some professors who will stick by the school rules and their own syllabus and never go outside of what is in there. but you also have some that will be a little more flexible. majority of them will help you out as much as possible but if you are trying to turn in late work, most will not take it. go by what their syllabus says and turn things in on time. also if they say don't be late, don't be late. many professors will not let you in if you are late.
Depending on the classes you are taking, some students may find the curriculum to be more difficult than others. It is very important to use any or all of the resources available to you in order to ensure your success. Go out of your way to engage the teachers on topics that you are having trouble with. Ask questions and participate in class discussions. For even more assistance, try working with one of the tutors in the library learning center.
Nelson from St Simons Island, GA
The classes are fairly easy, provided you do your work and stay on top of studying.
Brittany from Brunswick, GA
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