One semester in and I'm running far far away. Sucks every cent out of you. Paid $60 for parking just to have to look for a spot for hours. My roommate went to get food the other day at 11 at night and finally gave up looking for parking at 2am. Getting food right across the road didn't take 3 hours... (more like 15 mins) then got ticketed for parking in a hall director spot for the night because she wanted to go to sleep.. never bring your car here if you're tricked into going here. Also the cafeteria food isn't okay. You're forced to get a meal plan just like you're forced to get a dorm. Any vegetarians beware!!! I've found meat in their vegan options (like a piece of pepperoni on a vegan pizza). Also the dorms you're forced into aren't safe. The bathrooms are small and the vents seem to be moldy or rusty... either way I've stayed away from cleaning that because I don't have the equipment to do it safely. The shower is cramped at best and has long yellow stains and uneven tiles. The walls are thin and you can always hear someone doing something. Don't expect to get any studying done. (Not like you're going to college to study right!?!?)... also expect fines for everything.. they also charge extra money for anything that's remotely convenient. They will screw you over and the education you could get here isn't worth the heartache.. I loved my last college deeply and it did a lot for me... but this just isn't the fit for any self respecting person who wants to get a meaningful degree.
Thursday, March 29, 2018
Stephen F. Austin State University is a very exceptional campus, all buildings on campus are well within a five minute walk from one another. The dorms are aged, but function as needed and are well kept by SFASU's on campus Resident Life Operations. The teaching faculty is fair, and all other staff is very friendly and helpful. Overall, SFASU is a great university.
Friday, May 11, 2018
Stephen. F. Austin State University is a largely residential, four-year teaching and research university, college located in Nacogdoches, Texas. Offers degrees at bachelor's, master's, and doctoral levels.
Tuesday, Jan. 16, 2018
The environment is friendly and everyone there is nice & helpful but is not the school for me. Tried to give it a chance but didn't last 4 days simply bc the school is super extra and has way toooo many fees for everything. You basically paying for all the "free" things that the school hype up like "free" tutoring and etc. I stayed on campus and the experience was okay depending on which residence hall you choose. The only thing that upsetted me was the fact they gave me a dirty room and I had to basically do their job. Dorms are crazy expensive here and always check your Ebill on a daily bc the school try to sneak extra charges on you to basically get more money. If you choose to stay on campus and have a car I advise to not get a permit for them bc its a waste of money. SFA can be a serious rip off