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Student Reviews of Texas Southern University

3.7
based on 95 reviews
  • Myracle from Houston, TX

    Apply for any every scholarship you come across. If you live in Houston or surrounding areas, Do Not stay on campus unless your money matches the decision. It'll save you a lot of stress and money. Also stay on top of financial aid and your work,… more read full review

    Apply for any every scholarship you come across. If you live in Houston or surrounding areas, Do Not stay on campus unless your money matches the decision. It'll save you a lot of stress and money. Also stay on top of financial aid and your work, because it'll come back to bite you. If you're an incoming freshmen gather all information in the beginning of summer and bring it into the school. I'll take a few tries in the beginning, but its all worth it. Find all help! Financially, mentally, physically. Help is help. Meet new people and have fun! Its college. read full review

  • daniel from houston, tx

    advice for all students is a positive environment, don't ignore a negative energy from someone, keep your distance from toxic people, be aware of everything, no matter how hard life gets always believe in yourself, do what you see best fit for your… more read full review

    advice for all students is a positive environment, don't ignore a negative energy from someone, keep your distance from toxic people, be aware of everything, no matter how hard life gets always believe in yourself, do what you see best fit for your life whether anyone likes it or not or whether they insult you or not, slow progress is better than no progress. read full review

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