Dixie State University

A.K.A.  DSU, Dixie State College of Utah
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Dixie State University is a Public, Non-Sectarian, Interdisciplinary, College established in 1911. The campus is located in St. George, Utah, USA and hosts students with an endowment of $10.43 million (2013).  
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Website:  www.dixie.edu
Address:  225 S 700 East, St George, Utah, 84770, USA
Phone:  +1 (435) 652-7500
Email:  (no public email address)
Institution Type:  Public, Non-Sectarian, Interdisciplinary, College
Established:   1911
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Campus Endowment:  $10.43 million (2013)
Tuition (Local):  $3,794 (2014)
Tuition (Non-Local):  $12,130 (2014)
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Latitude:  37.10289
Longitude:  -113.5653
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OVERALL QUALITY
Stimulating Courses
Quality of Professors
Networking & Job Opps
Area Around Campus
Affordability
Housing Situation
Extracurricular Opps
Teacher/Student Ratio
Administration/Staff
HOTNESS FACTOR
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2 Student Reviews of Dixie State University

  • So, I came home from my mission and was told that the women here were amazing so I should come and try the school out. They were right! The women are probably the best in the state…if not nation. The education is OK and so far I have found the campus life to be less than “fun and engaging.” I met with the VP for Students or Student Services or something and he is worthless. I asked him specific questions about activities and he blew me off like some kind of politician. He is so full of himself I can’t believe it! Before even listening to me he was spouting off about his background and how he knows what students want. It was like he was telling me he knew what we want better than we do. What a oscar mier weiner!

    Overall Score: (2.63/5.00)
  • Good school to start at but lame student life and the professors are so high school. The recruiters were way cool last year (2009) when they came to my school and really convinced me that this was the place. Now that I’ve been here for a year I can tell you that the SBO activities were better in high school and the registration people could care less about you when registering, especially Julie something and David Roos was a complete idiot when i talked to him about registration issues. I don’t know who he is or what his title is but he is a doof for sure. The class are good and the campus and area are amazing. Most of the activities I love are off campus. If you love the outdoors this place is for you. Great price for tuition if you are going for a 4 year degree not great if you are trying to transfer (too expensive).

    Overall Score: (2.45/5.00)

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