College Senior 2013-03-22T19:37:01Z
Even though AASU is located in Savannah which is a big city, there are few options for young people. Unless you find a niche restaurant, cafe or bar. The town is usually full of tourist from around the world looking at the historical aspect of Savannah. Downtown Savannah requires that you be over 21 to most places after 9PM. Tybee Island is only 20min drive east and is a good place to relax on the beach.
College Sophomore 2013-03-10T00:53:31Z
Many apartments available but they're very expensive for college students.
College Sophomore 2013-03-10T00:48:31Z
There is public transportation that stops right next to our school and runs throughout the area, but I do not use this, and most people I know do not.
College Sophomore 2013-03-07T13:53:09Z
I think that the classes offered at the Liberty campus serve their purpose as strictly core curriculum, but you are required to transfer to the main campus for any of your actual degree classes. Most of the professors are enjoyable socially, but I don't think many of the educators can be considered extremely professional. One Professor D. Pendar, has exceeded my expectations this semester and even though there is a lot of work in his course, he truly a educated in the topic of western civilization. The registration process at the Liberty Center is a bit muddled up. I don't feel like they offer enough class times, and I've had many class schedule time conflicts in the first two semesters at this campus. There really aren't any special study options for students, even though there is a "student success center". Your professors tell you that you can come to them for extra help on assignments, and then you'll have some professors that don't even offer to help you in the student success center, and basically tell you that it is "up to you to form individual study groups with fellow classmates".
College Sophomore 2013-03-07T13:46:02Z
Because I do not attend main campus, there aren't any athletic centers, libraries, green spaces, or student hang outs. You basically go to the Liberty campus to work, and get all of your core curriculum out of the way before you become a main campus student and transfer your classes to that section of the university or transfer to a completely different university all together.
College Sophomore 2013-03-07T13:41:58Z
I think that Armstrong could make things a lot easier with their financial aid administration. When I went to my orientation before my first semester began, they threw parents and students into a room with four or five financial aid office members, made them wait quite some time before they were helped / asked questions, and then rushed through the process. When financial aid members come to visit the smaller liberty campus in Hinesville, Georgia, they never give me a straight answer. I asked a woman that came in during my registration for classes during the Spring / Summer semesters, what my total financial aid would be using my HOPE scholarship during the Spring / Summer, and all she could say was "I am not sure, I know that HOPE is still based off of the 2010 rule so you would have to research it yourself to get an approximate answer." Seriously!? I wouldn't have wasted my time trying to get an appointment set up with any of them if I knew that was the answer they were going to give me. Also I feel that the financial aid office doesn't provide adequate information on the scholarship's offered at the university, nor do they provide any type of information about legitimate websites students can use to find scholarships for themselves.
College Sophomore 2013-03-07T13:34:02Z
At the liberty campus, I feel that they should extend their parking spaces more with the incoming students. Whenever I visit the main campus, I feel that unless you're a faculty member or wake up at 5 AM to get a parking space, you're go probably going to have to search for a minuet, or finally just give up and end up parking in the middle / back rows.
College Sophomore 2013-03-07T13:31:01Z
I think that Armstrong offers good internships for their health major students, but it is a little more difficult trying to find internships for students outside of that criteria, such as journalism majors or art majors.
College Sophomore 2013-03-07T13:28:58Z
I don't see any students ever getting away with doing drugs
College Sophomore 2013-02-20T13:09:42Z
there really is transportation except bikes, walking, or skateboard
College Sophomore 2013-02-20T13:06:31Z
Armstrong recently became a smoke-free campus so no one smokes ciggarettes on campus. Very few students drink alcohol on campus
College Sophomore 2013-02-20T13:05:22Z
Be sure to get to school a little early if you park on campus. Spots fill up very fast especially on the first day of school
Recent Alumnus 2013-02-18T23:14:08Z
This review is specifically for Quizno's. The food is fine. The employees are not. Today, I tried to order some soup but just had a drink of water from the water fountain instead. The employees were eating behind the counter and just staring at me, as though to say, "uuh, why are you staring at me while I eat?" Then, I heard a negative comment about ******ing college students. I'm sort of a shy person so I just walked off after I asked her for that cup of soup because she told me, with a smile, that I was asking the wrong end of the counter and pointed at the girl to her right, who was knuckles deep into a custom made quizno's sandwich. I stood there and watched her toast it & it looked gooooood!
College Sophomore 2013-02-16T23:49:05Z
This is a pretty quiet campus, not near downtown party area.
College Sophomore 2013-02-16T23:47:00Z
There are pockets of apartments near the campus but Savannah lacks a very efficient mass transit system. Car necessary
College Sophomore 2013-02-16T23:45:57Z
good availability of workstations. Network a little slow. Ltd amount of printed included in tuition then you pay per page.
College Sophomore 2013-02-11T13:03:41Z
At Savannah Early college, policies are not often enforced as well as they should be. Students are often able skip classes with a slim chance of facing consequences. Behavioral issues however are taken very serious and often times harsh consequences are ensued. Overall our campus is fairly strict.
College Freshman 2013-02-07T16:01:42Z
The parking is always crowded excepts during early mornings and late nights and on Fridays. Parking permits are quite expensive, $50 for a single car and $75 for a multi-car pass. If you start driving a new car and you weren't planning to then you have to buy another parking pass. You can also get a ticket if you don't park so that they can see your pass.
College Freshman 2013-02-07T15:50:56Z
Health & Safety:
The campus is uneventful so there are no real concerns with safety. If something were to happen, I am unsure of how well the police and medics would be able to respond
College Freshman 2013-02-07T15:45:30Z
Weather is completely unpredictable but stays in a reasonable range of temperatures.
College Sophomore 2013-01-17T19:22:03Z
Parking rules and regulations are strictly enforced. Other rules are mildly enforced.
College Sophomore 2013-01-17T19:19:42Z
There are a wide variety of majors at Armstrong and the Math department is stellar.
College Sophomore 2013-01-16T19:04:48Z
They are quite diverse. They have whites, black, Hispanics and Asians.
College Sophomore 2013-01-16T19:00:41Z
I am at the liberty campus Armstrong University and it doesn't exactly feel like you are going to college, thus I am looking forward to moving to the main campus next year.
College Junior 2013-01-11T17:30:02Z
There are not too many places around southside Savannah to do things, unless you absolutely love the mall. Although, there is a mass variety of resturaunts, movie theaters, parks, and cafes that stretch all they way downtown. There is plenty of rich history and art museums to fancy your curiosity. Tybee island has a beautiful beach which is conveniently close. We have one of the largest St. Patricks day parades along with other events such as The Beach Bum Parade and Pirates Fest.
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