College Senior 2012-12-07T19:25:01Z
You cannot smoke on campus anymore which is the only restriction here at Armstrong. Everything else is pretty lenient.
College Senior 2012-12-07T19:23:47Z
Liberal studies is a really great program. I am majoring in it so that I can go to law school for my graduate degree. This is a very unique program because you can take so many awesome classes and electives. The workload isn't too terrible and it allows you to still enjoy your life while being a college student.
College Senior 2012-12-07T19:20:13Z
I didn't have any difficulties. My academic advisor was very helpful and showed me everything I needed to do and know.
College Senior 2012-12-07T19:19:02Z
I haven't had an internship before but I have a technical communications certificate from Chattahoochee Technical College which I believe will help me in the near future as well.
College Sophomore 2012-12-05T04:45:21Z
Overall the facilites are very nice. They bring the campus together and make it that much more beautiful. However the dorms are pretty dirty and sometimes they have a weird odor in the air.
College Sophomore 2012-12-05T04:36:43Z
Can be very strict sometimes. You have to sign in all of your guests, this is kept up with, if someone slips past the front desk who does not live there then the RAs will catch them, so don't try it. The police are very strict about parking as well. Police are constantly patrolling the parking lots checking stickers and writing tickets. However, noise violators are not dealt with strictly enough. I am constantly complaining on my neighbors and you would think that by now they would have stopped being so loud, but, I am still having to contact my RA to get them to quiet down. The campus is suppose to be a tobacco free campus, yet there are students who constantly smoke on campus. If they want to be a tobacco free campus then they need to enforce it or either take the signs down. They are very misleading.
College Sophomore 2012-12-05T04:28:39Z
The RAs are pretty friendly and they try to create fun things for their residents to do while attending. The dorm rooms themselves are pretty decent size. However, the hallways are always dirty and disgusting. The carpets are stained and in the multi purpose rooms on each floor, the furniture is stained and the room smells moldy. The walls are too thin and I am constantly having to call an RA to get them to quiet down my neighbors. Overall, they are decent, close to all the buildings, but too overpriced for what you get.
College Sophomore 2012-12-04T14:10:23Z
Guys & Girls:
Most of the girls here are pretty nice. a good girl to guy ratio helps too! 2:1 girl to guy ratio.
College Sophomore 2012-12-04T14:08:21Z
At the school it self not much goes on, but because it is in Savannah GA there is a lot to do in town.
College Sophomore 2012-12-03T05:58:54Z
This campus is as diverse as a bag of M&M's. There is so much culture on this campus that you will learn new things about cultures you didn't even know exsisted if you try!
College Sophomore 2012-12-03T05:56:55Z
Greek life at Armstrong is diverse and unique. There are currently 9 sororities and 3 fraternaties on campus. There is something out here for you to try! There is an absolute no hazing poilcy in effect and hazing will not be tolerated in any of these organizations. Volunteer work is a huge part of the greek community at Armstrong. Each organization is required to have a specific number of volunteer hours per semester and each greek organization always goes above and beyond the call of duty to do their part. Greek life at Armstrong is an amazing experience and I wouldn't trade it for the world!
College Sophomore 2012-12-03T04:09:18Z
As do most schools in the south, there are a lot of African American people who go here. While it doesn't bother me, it can bother some people. There is mostly just white and black people with few hispanics. Mostly we have conservative christians, but there are some who think freely and do not follow a group or religion.
College Sophomore 2012-12-03T04:03:03Z
Guys & Girls:
Sometimes the campus seems like a ghost town. You don't really see anyone except during class and when you eat. The only way to meet more people is to join an intramural or club team. The guys that want to meet people are very fun and outgoing and the girls are kinda stuck-up, but there are some really sweet ones.
College Junior 2012-11-11T18:15:57Z
No drugs. Campus is smoke free. Don't see alcohol being a part of the school. Only outside.
College Junior 2012-11-11T18:15:44Z
You have to find your way around Savannah on the best bars. Mostly downtown is the best science. Very vibrant people and clubs around.
Recent Alumnus 2012-11-09T06:12:03Z
Whenever I received financial aid at Armstrong, they first take out whatever money you need to spend for school and then the rest is mailed to you. If you need to take out a loan, you need to go to the financial aid office there so you can fill out a form.
Recent Alumnus 2012-11-09T06:03:38Z
I didn't see any people actually partake in drugs when I attended. However, I did have an issue with an old roommate that would smoke a lot. I am not sure if it was cigarettes or marijuana, but I let the head of housing know. AND THEY DID NOTHING. I complained several times, and they didn't seem to care.
Alcohol is not that big of a deal on campus in the sense of resident assistants do not find it that often in the dorms. The campus is supposed to be a dry campus, but some students bring alcohol on campus despite the matter.
Recent Alumnus 2012-11-09T05:54:05Z
There were many sorority and fraternities in which one could be involved or joined. The students there could try to join if they wanted; one of my friends tried for one of the sororities, but did not make it. Many of the Greek groups did volunteer work around Savannah.
College Junior 2012-11-08T16:18:55Z
you have to be really focused and so far its taxing on the brain but it will all be worth it once i get my bachelors in biology
College Junior 2012-11-08T16:17:01Z
I use on my flex dollars on junk and hot wings in the student center. Its delicious
College Junior 2012-11-08T16:10:34Z
Overall the school is a good school. Its very tough but fair. The only thing i would change is to have a smaller class size and longer class time.
College Sophomore 2012-11-07T05:49:08Z
The financial aid counselors are helpful, but the financial aid I recieve is not nearly enough to help me the way I need it.
College Sophomore 2012-11-07T05:46:32Z
My main problem is that it's a dry campus, and they are really strict about that.
College Sophomore 2012-11-07T05:43:26Z
Greek life at Armstrong is almost nonexistent. The Greek community is not very active around campus, I barely see them doing anything. We have Greek night once a term, but that's it.
College Sophomore 2012-11-04T04:31:07Z
The Pre-Engineering program here at AASU is fantastic. It really helps you stay on track, and keep your classes more in line than just a typical college "pick and choose" program. If that makes any sense. The classes are, of course, challenging, but what's worth the time if I don't work for my rewards? In this case, that reward being knowledge. The professors here are amazing, and manage to baffle me with intellect and wit that I haven't seen in any of the other 12 years of my schooling. If I had to start over and choose which college I would like to start off with, Armstrong would be my first pick.
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