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5 College Junior

Online Courses at San Antonio College: Blackboard Vista; Blissful Varieties! The online courses, blackboard vista portals, and even the custom sites built by sine teachers for their course's classwork... Are just staggeringly useful and ingenious for the web-savvy student!

5 College Junior

Academic Flexibility at San Antonio College: No Pain, No Gain. Any one of us can sit and complain about the stress of being in school and not getting a break or second chance when we screw something up, but any reasonably dedicated student will find the teachers here generally a lenient populous of kindly nature and logical forgiveness. Life happens, and these teachers and instructors are real people from common backrounds, and they UNDERSTAND.

5 College Junior

Tuition & Financial Aid at San Antonio College: If You're a Student, Be a Student. Many people complain about long lines and running back and forth between administrations. With this clearly the case in mind, get your OWN life working in a timely manner, and SAC's Student Aid services will serve you with little or no room to complain (aside from the occasional system errors in the ever-changing campus network).

College Junior

Academic Flexibility at San Antonio College: Registering for School – It would help if the people who are running administrations would tell you everything you need so that you don't have to make multiplw trips to the school

4 College Senior

Academic Experience at Northwest Vista College: Overall School Problems – I wish that the financial aid office wasn't so disorganized. I feel as if all my paperwork is thrown to the side until they decide to look over it. It's ran by student, and sometimes the student cannot even help you much. I wish the parking wasn't so horrible, but they are in the process of fixing this. Also, with some online classes, I wish that they would get better professor, instead of keeping the ones that doesn't like you, and try to make it harder for you if they have random "problems" with you.

4 College Senior

Academic Experience at Northwest Vista College: I'm a Pre-Med student at the school. Most of the classes are kind of what I've expected so far. Since I'm a medical major, most of the classes I take are extremely intensive. I wouldn't say any of the classes are overwhelming. With mine, I don't have many electives. All my electives deal with science, either chemistry or biology. So, there's really no room for playing around with this major.

3 College Senior

Online Courses at Northwest Vista College: Psychology 2306 – The class was fun overall. It's a lot harder to get your points across over a computer screen. Sometimes the teacher may not know what you are talking about, but in class you can easily tell them. You're graded harder on what you say, because your not speaking it vocally. Since you are constantly typing any comma that is put into the wrong spot can be a point taking off. The best part is that you don't have to sit in front of a classroom, and have to see people face to face. When your a shy person, it's easier that way because you can express your thoughts without having people breathing down your neck. It has it pluses and it's minuses.

3 College Senior

Campus Resources at Northwest Vista College: Facilities Are Not Bad – The facilities on campus aren't bad. There's a gym and a brand-new auditorium for theatre performances and other events. Even though it's not a campus students live on, it's definitely a comfortable campus to hang out at between classes, whether you're getting coffee at the student union or catching up on some reading at the library.

3 College Senior

Tuition & Financial Aid at Northwest Vista College: Dont Procrastinate – The education I'm getting is well worth the money I'm paying. I got a little bit of financial aid, which helps, but I'm fine with the expense because I know my degree will make a difference in my career. I learned the hard way that it's very important to get all the right financial aid forms in on time, so don't make that same mistake! The only thing I wish the school would do differently is make its fees better known.

3 College Senior

Academic Experience at Northwest Vista College: Proffessors Not Involved – I wish the professors were more involved with the students here, but understand it must be hard to have a personal relationship with us since the student body is so large. However, whenever I've gone to a teacher with a specific question, she's been more than happy to sit down with me. The major complaint I have about the school is that the class registration process is a hassle. It's all done online, but the system is super slow and I've been closed out of classes I really need."

3 College Senior

Academic Experience at Northwest Vista College: Classes Are Interesting – I'm a mathematics major, and my classes are exactly what I expected so far. I haven't had to take any crazy electives that have nothing to do with my major. In fact, all of the classes I'm taking this semester are related to my major, which is nice because the material is super interesting to me. The workload for a mathematics major here is intensive but not overwhelming.

3 College Sophomore

Academic Flexibility at Northwest Vista College: Love and Hate – The campus is beautiful and the courses taught are many. The downfall is that the classes are small and very limited. The only real problem is the alleged help financial aid and the advising center. I do not know who they have working there since I can NEVER get ANY HELP at all!

5 College Senior

Overall Experience at St. Philip's College: Martin Luther King March! One event that makes St. Philips College unique would undoubtedly have to be the Martin Luther King march held in January. Students, faculty and many organizations around the city come to participate in one of the largest marches in the nation!

College Senior

Greek Life at St. Philip's College: There is no Greek life on campus that I am aware of.

4 College Senior

Facilities at St. Philip's College: Study Central – St.Philips has one of the best libraries I've seen, three stories high and plenty of space to study wherever! The second floor is surrounded by large windows that makes it more peaceful to stare out of when you are inside and studying the day away. There are plenty of tables around to do group studying or self study and everyone around is really respectful when it comes to their "inside voice."

4 College Senior

Facilities at St. Philip's College: Center for Health Professions – The school is great at providing a variety of degrees within the medical field. I am in the Radiology Technology program myself and I enjoy it completely! The program itself has been around for years and is well known around the city. All the medical programs offered at St. Philips are great stepping stones for something greater in the future.

2 College Senior

Campus Strictness at St. Philip's College: Parking Passes – The campus police is very strict when it comes to not having a parking pass. There are no warnings, just fines. If you use multiple cars to get on campus you should use one parking pass for all of them or else the campus police will ticket you for each one that is not registered within the school.

4 College Senior

Local Atmosphere at St. Philip's College: Plenty of Attractions – St. Philips is just a couple of streets away from downtown San Antonio which means there are plenty of good restaurants to explore. Whether its a mom and pop Tex-Mexican restaurant you are craving for or an upscale dinner in the Tower of Americas, there is something for everyone. The best break between, before or after classes is one that consists of food!

College Junior

Campus Resources at Palo Alto College: I just went to orientation this past friday for the Vet Tech program at Palo Alto College. I just wanted to say I am very excited for the upcoming semester. The teachers seem ready to teach. The students seem excited to learn. Its going to be a great year.

College Sophomore

Campus Housing at St. Philip's College: In the Middle – There is no housing on campus, but the apartments nearby don't look so bad.

3 College Junior

Overall Experience at San Antonio College: Ovarall Is Good – I like the school , though the persenel is somewhat rude. As long as i get my good grades I am good.

3 College Junior

Academic Experience at San Antonio College: Teachers Are Available – If your not registered on time expect ling lines when wanting help

3 College Junior

Academic Experience at San Antonio College: Classes Are Good and Interesting – Be active. I am planning a getting my doctorate on pgysical therapy and i din i enjoy my classes

4 College Junior

Campus Resources at Northwest Vista College: A Plethora of Research Material – This is one strong suit ACC has, a great research databank and a library. If you are a student there are vast resources available online to fit the bill for almost any project that you will run across in your duration of studies at the colleges. Though rarely used or talked of it is simple to utilize and profit from this resource.

3 College Junior

Career Services at Northwest Vista College: No Firm Answers – Calling a deparment becomes a nightmare of phone transfers and "you need to talk to this person". The only way to get the help required is to physically go the the offices so you can do the run around on foot instead of the phone system.

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