Lancaster, CA
Tuition (in-state)
$5,328 ($1,104)
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Reviews 559 total reviews with an average rating of 3.4

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5 College Sophomore

Online Courses: I dont have any online classes. i did take my test online for one class and it was easy to do.

5 College Sophomore

Campus Resources: The nursing program I heard is the top of the line.

5 College Sophomore

Campus Resources: Computers work well its 15 cent to print though.

5 College Sophomore

Career Services: The job placement center is so helpful they helped me find a job. also the career center helps you too.

5 College Sophomore

Campus Resources: There are multiple place to receive help on campus the staff are great.

5 College Junior

Campus Resources: Again, for a community College in a city that no one has heard of, the resources are phenomenal! The student center is packed full of computers just waiting to be used by anyone with an ID card with use of always working computers at 15 cents a print. We have a two story library with even more computers and study rooms that students can rent for a few hours.

5 College Junior

Campus Resources: Computer labs are excellent at AVC, we have a few computer labs for Mac computers with state of the art technology and many more with PC computers that run really well. I've never seen a network get dropped at AVC or a printer not work. Very reliable.

3 College Junior

Campus Resources: I'm not completely involved in school, I just go there to learn but I have noticed that we have a good amount of activities that could keep anyone busy.

3 College Junior

Academic Flexibility: Antelope Valley College is just my hometowns community college. The teachers are wonderful, I've learned a lot in the first year of me attending. The reason on why this school is getting a B and not an A is because AVC is overrunned with dishonest students that sign up for courses just for the financial aid and then drop the classes, making this school really over populated and makes it hard to get classes like English or Bio.

3 College Junior

Academic Flexibility: I am able to work sometimes around my schedule but very hard at times to juggle, so there has been some hassles, and frustration.

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3 College Junior

Online Courses: Well, I was nervous and still are about taking online- classes, but I rather be in classroom so that I can have hands on training and be face to face with the teachers as well.

3 College Junior

Student Body: My school is consists of hard working, class people with full-time jobs or families. They often juggle many different roles in addition to being students. They are getting an education so they can seek a different life or career.

4 College Junior

Career Services: Antelope Valley College has a career placement center that is dedicated to helping students find jobs and employment in their related fields. The center also assists students with resumes and gives them tips on how to secure a job.

3 College Junior

Academic Flexibility: Antelope Valley College offers many general education course class sections but when it comes to major classes, the options are very limited. It is sometimes extrememly difficult and frustrating to enroll in major course requirements each semester and I have had to work hard at trying to fit required classes around my schedule.

4 College Junior

Academic Experience: There are very good teachers on campus. Overall easy.

2 College Junior

Career Services: For a few majors, not every major.

College Sophomore

Campus Resources: I have not started socializing with many of the students I want to get settled into my classes first.

College Sophomore

Student Body: I have not started socializing with many of the students I want to get settled into my classes first.

5 College Sophomore

Tuition & Financial Aid: This was a really easy process. They also had people available if I needed help and kept a list of things that I need so I could get my Financial Aid.

College Sophomore

Academic Flexibility: I chose this, because it it only my first semester so I can not really asses much on this.

3 College Junior

Academic Experience: This is my first semester at AVC. So far I am pleased with my classes and instructors/classes. The registration was a longer process than I had anticipated, but once that was done, it was easy to sign for classes online. I would definitely recommend signing up for classes as soon as the school lets you to avoid losing out on a class or class time you want. The classes fill up very quickly and if you are not proactive or on top of when you can sign up, you will miss out.

3 College Junior

Academic Flexibility: Initially, my experience getting started with the school was frustrating at best. They have phone numbers to call to try and make things easier and save you time, but they never answer their phones or I was directed to voice mail that was 'too full' and you couldn't leave a message. This means you have to physically go in and see someone in person just to ask a question. Once I got used to how their process worked, it was fairly easy to sign up for classes. All of that is online, unless you have a question; then you have to physically go in and get assistance. One tip I would give is that if you have priority registration, go onto the AVC account as soon as possible and often, to ensure you don't miss out on signing up for the classes you need at the time you want. Classes fill up very quickly and if you get behind the curve, you'll lose out. I honestly don't know how those without priority registration even get to sign up for classes since it appears they fill up so quickly.

College Junior

Tuition & Financial Aid: I am receiving Financial Aid through the Government and not the school, so I can't comment on their process. However, the VA office at the college is very helpful and I feel, so far, that the education I am receiving this semester is worth the tuition assistance I am paying for.

3 College Sophomore

Tuition & Financial Aid: Lines are long and you will never get an answer if you call the office.

2 College Sophomore

Student Body: Its about average. Racially diverse but not religiously diverse.


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