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Mississippi State University, Starkville

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TripAdvisor
  • I've only driven around it, but from what I've seen, it is nicely laid out. Lovely lake and walking trail on campus too!  more »
  • I went to Ole Miss, but absolutely love coming to Starkville to see the grounds and Powell well run Mississippi State is.  more »
  • Mississippi State University is a pretty walkable college campus that doesn't dominate Starkville. The athletic venues for football, baseball, basketball and soccer are all on the same part of campus ...  more »
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  • Honest rating. But after almost 6 years, there's a lot of things you notice that can be fixed. For one, dining on campus is way too high for the mediocre taste and service. Parking costs way too much for the limited parking. A ticket for parking on campus without a decal costs the SAME price as buying a decal. Let's not talk about the departments. There are some departments here that will give you the run-around as if they have no respect here. And some of their teachers, are the absolute worst. AND not to mention, MSU praises athletics more than they do their own academic students. They will go all-out for a cash cow, but not those trying to gather an education and do something with their lives (but that's every school with a football team)
  • its not fair to the academic people because they pay the football players more than they invest in their academics. It was so bad I will never go back, ever...
  • I am only 11 and my plans are to play on there baseball team and study colinary arts at Hail state the reason is because I drive 8 and a half hours to Starkville to see their football games and I want to follow my grandpas foot steps who went to Hail state I even have a cowbell
  • I was a Cochran fellow from July 30 to August 12, 2016. I've got a rich expĂ©rience on climate changes and smart agriculture. I thank all the administrators and professors, particulary Dr Prem Parajuli
  • Great years were spent there!