A state school located in downtown Atlanta. Ideal for the aspiring student with access to an abundance of opportunities at various fortune 500 companies and beyond. With acquisition of Georgia Perimeter college it has enlarged it campus and it offerings. You are bound to find a pathway just for you and your future. There are multiple student organizations and plenty of help to get you through your schooling. You have the option of campus living or commuting, including the use of the local public transportation system, MARTA. You can create the experience you want on this campus.
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They are an OK school but you would think that they were a prestigious institution for the way that they deny people acceptance. I wonder what makes universitits say nay or yay.
We have used the Emory Hospital emergency facilities when we have experienced serious medical situations. The in-take staff is a well oiled machine that helps you get to the medical team very quickly. The nursing staff is excellent and the doctors are outstanding. The facilities are the best with all the latest medical equipment for testing and the patient rooms are clean and pleasant. When you are having an extreme medical emergency, you want the best medical staff and facilities.
Just listening to the Clark Howard show. Clark says DO NOT apply to attend this school. They are not reputable.
I'm graduating from here tomorrow, I think. At GSU grades are due after graduation and my professor for the class I'm worried about won't get back to me so I've worked six long and hard years to walk and I'm not even sure I'm actually going to graduate when I do which is a complete travesty. I've given up the past six years of my life to get my degree and won't even be able to celebrate during a ceremony I paid $50 for along with an $80 cap and down, not to mention the thousands that I am now in debt. I just feel broken at this point and like the very extensive amount of time and money I spent at GSU is ending with a harsh slap in the face and a powerful kick to the bleak hobo-ridden curb. My degree is in Film and Video and while some classes were beneficial, many of them, as I assume is the case at any college, are mind-numbing. You memorize stuff, spit it out on a Scantron or superficial essay, then forget it. Now you're educated, or rather, you're learning to more willingly jump through hoops for your masters and follow orders regurgitating and writing things that make you completely miserable in the process. Sure, there are good professors here that have very in-depth lectures on course subject matter, but there are also a few whose lessons and assignments do virtually nothing to truly expand your understanding of what they're supposedly teaching their students. A couple of my film classes, for instance, consisted of making short films and having them ripped apart by the class. Sure, making them was good practice and I received some good feedback on my work, but couldn't I have done that outside the setting of this institution? I'm also an English minor and your average writing class is the same empty void: read assigned and student works and subjectively hyper-analyze and critique them. Can you not practice writing outside of the sterile brick and concrete confines of Georgia State? I guess not. Don't get me wrong, I've intermittently enjoyed my time incubating and postponing employment here and did like some aspects of GSU. They have cool speakers from time to time (you pay for them in fees), decent events (more fees), a somewhat nice gym (fees), and other amenities that you can expect to receive at today's colleges but overall do I feel intelligent and optimistic after graduating? No, instead I feel mangled, old, weak, and straddled by a mountain of debt as I near my completion on the GSU assembly line. Maybe since I'm so educated now I forgot what it was like to not be, or maybe I've just been slowly having my mind molded by the powerful force that is the college institution. One last note if you're still forcing yourself to take them. I lived on campus freshman year and I would not recommend living in an overpriced dorm since you will be at risk of sharing a room with a complete sociopath. You've been warned.
i am a cosmetology student and i like my school. my teacher is very nice and professional. My english is not very good so she stays with me late and makes sure i understand everything. i made some very good friends and we stay in touch after school. i hope to find a good job after graduation.
Atlanta Technical College has the worst Staff, Admissions and Financial Aid Office. I have had terrible experiences. When I call to speak to someone in any office, I never get a answer. I leave a message and never receive a call back. I go in person to speak to someone and you have to stand in long lines for at least an hour for each line and still receive no help. I can understand lines during registration but not this late in the term. I email each office and I may or may not get a reply in a weeks time and the reply does not resolve my issue. If you want great services and immediate attention to your problems, this school is not for you. Also the building is dirty and falling apart. I made a huge mistake by selecting this school to attend.