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Reviews 2868 total reviews with an average rating of 3.7

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5 College Junior

Campus Resources at San Antonio College: The resources on the campus are really good, computers, printers are ready when you have to use one. I haven't been to the gym so I don't what to say but I hear that it's a good place to workout. The Student center is really neat a cool place to hang out with friends. I really love when they do the campus activities makes me feel like at I'm at a festival. The libraries are always quiet you can literally fall asleep or catch up on some work with no noises to distract you .The Whole environment makes me feel like I'm home.

2 College Junior

Career Services at Palo Alto College: The services are done poorly. The workers are unorganized and can be unfriendly or impatient regularly. I have been through situations where I have other workers help me, because the other member, to me, doesn't want to do the work. I ask questions about scholarships at the financial aid desk and they look at me like I'm a child running in and out of doors! Seriously, I believe some workers are unorganized.

5 College Junior

Academic Flexibility at Palo Alto College: The faulty and staff are truly outstanding individuals whom I have gained to trust and adore. The professors are very understanding and excellent teachers. Whenever I have a concern or problem with a topic, they provide me all necessary information that will help me learn the lesson.
The flexibility is an extra plus for any future or current college student! I work part-time as a District Intern, It's important for me to attend college and work. Individuals have the opportunity to work and go to college full time or part time based on their availability! Time is a ticking, we all have things to do and people to see. Without flexibility, we would all be extremely stressed out and tired all the time.

3 College Sophomore

Academic Experience at San Antonio College: Its a very comfortable learning environment with instructors that know what they're talking about and are willing to take time to explain in more detail.

College Sophomore

Online Courses at San Antonio College: This is my first semester with an online course and I' am really looking forward to it.

4 College Junior

Academic Experience at San Antonio College: Everyone at the school was very helpful. My professors were great. The only thing that the school from an A+ is the construction and the parking.

5 College Sophomore

Campus Resources at Palo Alto College: never had a problem attending or for help.. everyone is nice respectful and always helpful

4 College Sophomore

Online Courses at Northwest Vista College: Taking a class which required completing assignments online was really great. i was able to manage my time and complete every assignment on time. Another great thing about online course was getting grades right away

4 College Sophomore

Student Body at Northwest Vista College: My school consists mostly of people from all ages who wish to further there education. Most people who attend this college greatly want to earn a degree and seek professional jobs. Northwest vista students are hard working and put a great amount of effort into there studies.

3 College Junior

Online Courses at San Antonio College: the tutoring services are not top but the staff in the labs are wonderful- very helpful

5 College Junior

Tuition & Financial Aid at San Antonio College: The education is great for the money I'm spending. I have some friends that transferred from SAC to UTSA that say they are spending way more money for a lesser quality education.

3 College Junior

Academic Experience at San Antonio College: For the most part, the professors at SAC are very fair about grading. Although they don't all have the same way of grading, they really try to teach. Most, if not all, of the professors have a very flexible schedule and will often times make special appointments with you if needed. The class registration process is the only reason this college gets a B and not an A. It can sometimes be difficult to register for a class since all of it is done online and they must be payed for in order to be locked in.

3 College Junior

Academic Flexibility at San Antonio College: I chose this school mostly because it was close to where I live. The professors however, are amazing. The college is pretty small so they really try to teach every single student. The only reason I didn't give this school an A, is because the administration staff can be very difficult to work with. They are very unhelpful most of the time and very inflexible. Other than that, the college is really great.

4 College Sophomore

Academic Flexibility at San Antonio College: I have nit had any issues with the school. I try to do my part and get all my business taken care of early son don't have to rush. This have made going back to college very smooth. As far as my schedule is concerned I have arranged my affairs to work part time to allow time for classes.

4 College Junior

Majors at St. Philip's College: I am majoring in Radiography. I am currently completing core classes and have not yet applied to the Radiography program. I am a first time college student and was unaware that the "advisors" at the school were students themselves. I was not given accurate information pertaining to my major. Once accepted into the Radiography program, I am required to attend class/lab five days a week, eight hours a day. I am active duty military and this is an issue.

4 College Junior

Majors at St. Philip's College: Well the classes that I take are online and so far I had the best professors and love it. Don't know about in person classes. I am excited to be finishing up my certification and am interested in obtaining a degree for educational knowledge in the career I am majoring in.

2 College Junior

Transportation at St. Philip's College: There is bus route transportation although it is distant depending what building you are in.

5 College Junior

Health & Safety at St. Philip's College: The police dept notifies all students through email of risks and warnings that have happened or during the holidays. Which is a good way to know what is going on.

5 College Junior

Local Atmosphere at St. Philip's College: Although I only been there a couple of times (i take online courses)...the registration, financial aid, and student assistance are welcoming and love the staff assistance in whatever question I had. I am almost done with my certification and look forward to my internship.

3 College Freshman

Online Courses at Palo Alto College: I think taking online courses are a lot less stressful than taking them on campus because you don't have to worry about going up to the school and it's easier to work around your work schedule. You can work at your own pace just as long as you log in the amount of times you are supposed to per week. The only problem was having to wait on the professors to email back because you couldn't ask them a question directly.

5 College Senior

Academic Flexibility at Northwest Vista College: Transferring credits is very easy, since its a two year college, most things taught are basic and introductory courses so moving from degree to degree, most things stay the same. I work part time and I am always able to schedule my full course load conveniently around my work schedule. There are multiple of each course so in case I cant do one, there are more that I can choose from.

5 College Senior

Campus Resources at Northwest Vista College: I really like our athletic center, I took a couple kinesiology classes in there and it was really nice. The gym is big and has pull out bleachers for our basketball games. I love our library, its always nice and quiet, I can plop down on the floor in any corner if I need and feel contempt. It is also very large and has lots of resources including books, movies, CDs, computers and they even hold books that classes require, so if you forget your book one day, there is one in the library for you to use. It's easy to make yourself feel at home at Northwest Vista.

4 College Senior

Campus Resources at Northwest Vista College: The first thing I loved about our campus was the design of the facilities, the buildings look clean and contemporary, not like something old and falling down. There are always people around campus so you don't feel like your alone, plus there are always police on campus so you always feel safe. My school has a program with other public schools in our city that guarantees our admissions which is helpful to a lot of students. I loved this campus, I'll almost be sad to graduate this May.

5 College Senior

Tuition & Financial Aid at Northwest Vista College: The tuition is very low and is affordable to almost anyone! The most of the professors really want to be there and want to teach you their subject. They all want to see you succeed and as long as you try and do your best, most are very willing to help you. I've learned so much at Northwest Vista thanks to theses admirable teachers, it's definitely worth the money spent. My experience with the Financial Aid office and other business offices at the school were rare but when I did visit them their moods were never the same. Sometimes they were very helpful and got you in and out with what you needed fast and others they were rude and seemed to not comprehend things. I suppose it depended on their days.

5 College Senior

Majors at St. Philip's College: As a philosophy major I've found it very nice that St.Philip's has had the courses i need in order to transfer to a four year school. They also have very good professor's who deliver the lessons in a very hands on and elaborate style.

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