College Sophomore 2013-07-22T14:46:37Z
The atmosphere is amazing. There are a lot of historic places and tours offered near the school. There are age appropriate hang outs for within miles of the school. Every young adults dream.
College Sophomore 2013-07-22T14:41:45Z
There are plenty of options in the area from very inexpensive to very expensive.
College Sophomore 2013-07-17T21:38:24Z
There are numerous restaurant to choose from and 2 malls near by all in all its very diverse.
College Student 2013-07-16T02:14:59Z
Health & Safety:
it is really safe but it is a little scary at night they need more lights
College Student 2013-07-16T02:13:08Z
it has been kind of hard but its not because the oppertunities arnt there but because i automatically put it in my head that i dont have the money to do anything.
College Student 2013-07-16T02:11:49Z
there is stores around so very conveniant there is a mall right across the street but you have to drive a ways to go to downtown and the beach
College Sophomore 2013-07-16T02:09:08Z
I have never seen anyone drinking are using drugs while walking on campus. I do not live on campus, so the drug scene may different in the apartments. The school is a drug-free campus and seems to enforce it very well.
College Sophomore 2013-07-16T02:05:05Z
So far everything about my experience at AASU has been very enjoyable. All of my teacher's have been very helpful and has really seemed to be interested in the subjects they were teaching. The grounds are well kept and the police are always driving around so I feel safe. It is a school I would recommend.
College Freshman 2013-07-11T19:40:59Z
The city transit runs all day and night and there are taxis available however outside of that you may need your own transportation for traveling out of the city of Savannah. But be careful...there are a lot of traffic in Savannah.
College Freshman 2013-07-11T19:30:28Z
Processing for Financial Aid is fairly straight forward, especially if you know what your doing. People in the Financial Aid Office is very nice and helpful. It is best to speak in person with the F.A officers early and as often as possible.
College Freshman 2013-07-11T19:21:30Z
Savannah is a good little city. It is a historic area with lots to do such as haunted tours, historic tours, dinning and night clubs. There are plenty of beaches to go to. The city itself schedules plenty of cultural events that you can attend to as well. People down here are very friendly. It is very a very diverse city due to the fact that there is a military base there.
College Sophomore 2013-07-08T20:36:23Z
Financial Aid tries to assist with their best intentions.
College Sophomore 2013-07-08T20:32:22Z
The atmosphere is great! It is located on Abercorn St. where there are nearby restaurants, the mall, and Wal Mart.
College Sophomore 2013-07-08T20:27:14Z
The computer that I seen during the tour of the campus were up-to-date by appearance. There computer software programs were Apple and Windows. The tour guide explain Pirate bucks that I'm allowed to use each term for printing purposes.
College Senior 2013-07-04T00:06:47Z
it is not much to choose from but there is a great variety.
College Senior 2013-07-04T00:05:26Z
we just got new computers in another building for more help
Recent Alumnus 2013-07-03T06:44:42Z
Parking can be really bad in the morning, but after 4:30 pm faculty spaces are available for students. You don't really need a car when you live on campus.
Recent Alumnus 2013-07-03T06:37:06Z
Armstrong is a dry campus, and just recently a smoke free campus too. There are no designated areas to smoke, but if there are not a lot of people around there usually is no problem.
Recent Alumnus 2013-07-01T02:02:39Z
The dining hall is pretty good, like all schools it gets old after a while but tolerable. There are two other places where you can eat on campus but those don't come out of your meal plan. Safest thing to do is going to the grocery store that's next to the school, or going to the small restaurants that are across the street when you just want something different.
Recent Alumnus 2013-07-01T01:56:02Z
Armstrong's IT department needs a major modification. A big request from students is the need for more hands on experience where students actually learn the skills employers are asking for. It gets frustrating at times but a good idea is getting to know your professor and requesting specific methods or concepts that you would like them to teach in class.
Recent Alumnus 2013-07-01T01:52:02Z
Armstrong has a beautiful campus full of greenery. You will always find a garden where you can just sit and admire the surroundings. The student union and the library are other places where students like to spend their time studying or just hanging out.
Recent Alumnus 2013-07-01T01:44:49Z
Registration at Armstrong is very easy and fast. The professors are great, all of them will offer you extra help if you need it. There are multiple labs for students that need specific help, such as a math lab and a writing center. Additionally, the librarians are always very helpful and eager to aid a student in need.
Recent Alumnus 2013-07-01T01:39:16Z
Living at Armstrong is very convenient. Students have to stay at the freshman dorms their first year, which I've heard is like living with your parents, and since there is only one kitchen for the entire building you always have to eat at the cafeteria which gets old after a while. On the other hand, all other dorms are very spacious and like apartments. Best options depend on the person. If you don't want to share a bathroom I recommend University Terrace II and University Crossings (which is the most private and spacious). If you would like to be closer to the school and where more activity is present I would recommend Compass Point.
Recent Alumnus 2013-07-01T01:38:36Z
Speaking in terms of multiple opinions, the financial aid process was tedious and frustrating. One really needs to be constantly aware of how things are moving with the paperwork.
Recent Alumnus 2013-07-01T01:38:10Z
Armstrong is a growing school so I expect it to have more attention and support in the future, especially since there are always new project every year to build new facilities.
When it comes to academic programs, just know that in certain areas of study you will not necessarily learn exactly what your employer needs, specifically when you are looking at technology jobs. You will learn from your professors but expect to rely on your own curiosity and personal projects to impress employers. Career oriented opportunities are prevalent, you just have to be proactive to find them.
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