College Junior 2013-10-29T15:09:31Z
Health & Safety:
I have seen the doctors at the health center 3 times, and they have been very helpful.
College Junior 2013-10-29T15:08:04Z
The weather is mild in south Georgia. Summers are hot and winters are generally not too cold.
College Junior 2013-10-29T15:07:34Z
I have had a great experience living at the Glen at Alexander. The staff is very helpful, and the rent is not outrageous. It is close to school and the main street in town.
College Junior 2013-10-29T15:06:40Z
Not many students live on campus. I live in an apartment off campus.
College Junior 2013-10-29T15:05:54Z
There are few to zero on-campus food options.
College Junior 2013-10-29T15:05:18Z
I did not apply for financial aid.
College Junior 2013-10-29T15:04:08Z
The computers are slow at times, but there are many available. Printing is free if you bring your own paper. Wifi is accessible with a password on campus.
College Sophomore 2013-10-23T23:10:16Z
Our campus is very strict. All students are required to have their ID them at all time. It is required to gain access to buildings after hours and your ID will only get you into your department. There is a prominent police presence on campus, I almost always see at least one when walking from my department to my car. I feel very safe on campus at GHSU.
College Sophomore 2013-10-23T23:07:59Z
Athletics are valued but more at the undergraduate level. As a graduate student, me and my classmates are much more focused on our studies.
College Sophomore 2013-10-23T23:06:53Z
The computers at the library are in perfect working condition and there are always plenty available.
College Sophomore 2013-10-23T23:05:26Z
There are some places around campus to eat but it is very limited. Most of my classmates, including me, pack a lunch. Our department provides a refrigerator and microwaves so students can store and heat their food.
College Sophomore 2013-10-23T23:04:03Z
This is an excellent school for those interested in becoming a health professional. It was a wide variety of programs and many research opportunities. I am very excited to be earning my Doctorate in Physical Therapy from this University.
College Senior 2013-08-08T14:51:15Z
There is no pay! You are there to gain experience and skills in Nuclear Medicine.
College Senior 2013-08-08T14:50:14Z
It is hot here in Augusta Georgia, but you are indoors where there is air conditioning most of the time so weather is not much of an issue.
College Senior 2013-08-08T14:47:27Z
This program is 5 semesters long. The first two semesters you do clinicals 3 days a week and school two days a week. The third semester is during summer and you got to clinicals 4 days a week and all of your classes are held online. The last two semesters is your senior year. You go to clinicals 2 days a week and classes 2 days a week. So far it has been hard work, but I have enjoyed my clinical sites very much.
The program is adequate for Nuclear Medicine, but the field of Nuclear Medicine is very competitive so it will be a challenge finding work after graduation. I was thinking of completing further schooling after I graduate.
College Senior 2013-08-08T14:38:49Z
This program is very competitive and it requires you to devote a lot of your time studying physics, anatomy and physiology, and mathematics.
College Junior 2013-07-31T21:33:30Z
I had a difficult time receiving any sort of financial Aid, really added extra un-needed stress.
College Junior 2013-07-31T21:32:08Z
Very nice weather, great if you like the out doors.
College Junior 2013-07-31T21:28:53Z
There is a great selection of food in the eating area. There are also great places near the campus.
Recent Alumnus 2013-07-20T20:01:24Z
I found a number of places for off-campus living. I am an out-of-state student so Augusta is a smaller city for me. I live in a place 6 miles from campus with a 10-15 minute drive with traffic which is not bad for me compared to where I am from. The housing prices were priced well in my opinion, but could seem higher priced for others not from bigger cities. My safety, amenities, and parking are important to me so I chose a place based on it having such things. Living closer to campus means living closer to the downtown area which is more urban, but I don't feel as safe.
Recent Alumnus 2013-07-20T19:54:59Z
Dining off-campus requires a drive. Fast food places are the majority and bring your own meal is my choice. There are grocery stores and local eateries around as well, but it just takes time to seek and venture. Cost and variety is average.
Recent Alumnus 2013-07-20T19:51:08Z
GHSU is a large campus combined with the medical center so it's quite a walk by foot. Shuttles are available, parking for commuters, and city bus stops. The only negative is I don't see a lot of shuttles, am unaware of all the parking lots, and I don't know where the bus stops are. Perhaps a transit flyer/sign posted would help new students and guest.
College Junior 2013-01-18T07:58:25Z
Health & Safety:
I have only visited the campus for a day during orientation. It felt relatively safe and it seems is in the best part of time. I was told by a fellow student that the further you get away from the campus the more issues with crime you have.
College Junior 2013-01-15T03:58:29Z
I've searched for off-campus housing and there doesn't seem to be much available at affordable prices.
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