Yuma, AZ
Tuition (in-state)
$7,687 ($2,360)
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Reviews 483 total reviews with an average rating of 3.7

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5 College Senior

Academic Experience: It is great, there is a club for English. It focuses on writing and on how to improve it.

5 College Senior

Academic Experience: The academics offered here are amazing, there are many variety of prgrams for students future.

5 College Senior

Overall Experience: Overall, my college school is great. The enviroment is wonderful and the staff are reasonable and flexible to each students need. The people here are great and friendly. The reosurces at my school helps me in every way to get good grades and whatever I need.

4 College Senior

Online Courses: I have not had any online classes, however my friends tell me its excellent and they are easy to pass.

5 College Senior

Student Body: The students here at my college are unique and very friendly as well. We accept and hang out with each other with ease and converse normally.

3 College Senior

Campus Resources: The computer network is a bit slow, however the computer lab is great and the priniting on campus helps us print essays for our class.

5 College Senior

Campus Resources: The resources here are excellent, we have a student center that help out students and help them achieve a better grade. The library here is very resourceful as well.

5 College Senior

Academic Flexibility: Honestly, the staff here are excellent and are flexible and understand that students have a life beside school. Not only that, staff that deals with transferring service are excellent and help us out alot.

4 College Senior

Career Services: The post-grad service at my school are very good.

3 College Senior

Tuition & Financial Aid: The school tuiton is a very reasonable price for college and I was not able to meet the standards for financail aid. So, I was unexpectdly given a $500 scholarship for it. I honestly think the school provides that scholarship for the ones that do not have finanical aid.

4 College Freshman

Student Body: Student body have always helped me when I had problems. Its always great to have help from someone who knows the game.

4 College Freshman

Facilities: Everything is just a few steps away. Really easy to go where needed!

4 College Freshman

Campus Resources: The campus is really easy to follow. It has lots of directions to help the new. Available staff is very friendly!

4 College Freshman

Campus Resources: All of the computers at my school have a very fast loading time. What ever you do, its always right there right when you click.Never had any problems!

4 College Freshman

Online Courses: Of course going from a public school to a charter school with hybrid courses gets you ready for online courses but for people not used to it, it's not that difficult. The professors send you messages frequently and they are available to you if you need help. It costs $25 extra for web courses, but it's more flexible than normal classes. Discussion boards keep good interactions between the students, so you do get to talk to your classmates.

4 College Freshman

Campus Resources: There are a lot of fun clubs on campus. There is a writing center and a math center where you can find tutors that can help you. The 3C Building has most of the services and information you need. In you need to study, the library is such a great help. There are regular sports games and public/community events that are available.

4 College Freshman

Campus Resources: As a student, you get 150 free black-and-white copies. Also, there is great Wi-Fi connection across the whole campus. Sometimes the connection gets interrupted, but that is rare. In the library, you can use the computers and the network will work perfectly. So, if you can save your documents into a USB, you don't really need a computer of your own.

5 College Freshman

Campus Resources: With your student ID you can get on a public bus for free, which is pretty good. There is a Starbucks with Wi-Fi, many comfortable seats, and a quiet area to work. There is also a Barnes and Noble bookstore, a well-equipped library, and many friendly staff members that are happy to help with many situations.

4 Recent Alumnus

Academic Flexibility: It is close to home and teachers are always willing to help, always feel very safe and wanted and apart of something attending awc

3 College Junior

Career Services: well I haven't graduated but there are counselor that will sit down and help you on what you need

3 College Junior

Student Body: my school is mostly students that barely graduated high school and military members.

3 College Junior

Tuition & Financial Aid: it really helps you a lot and cover most of your books you need and extra material that you need for class. and this college really helps you get all the paperwork done for your application.

4 College Junior

Online Courses: Online classes is new for me. This is the first time I am taking them and I am a little bit nervous. I am still strugling with the program they have in the school to submit your assignments and also to look your grades. What I like the most about this program is that I can accomodate everything around my schedule and they are very flexible about that.

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5 College Junior

Tuition & Financial Aid: I applied for financial aid and was approved. I am going to be able to afford my tuition, books and school expenses. The Financial Aid Office is very efficient and helped me to get my financial aid approved quickly.

5 College Junior

Academic Flexibility: I chose this school because it offers online classes and because it has good reputation. This school will allow me to transfer credits to a University and eventually enter the Business Administration Program at Northern Arizona University. Arizona Western College is also convenient for me because they have a campus very close where I live.


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Zama Ouedraogo
Ouagadougou, Burkina Faso
Biology and Computer Information System
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There are many things that make AWC an outstanding college. The small size of the classes allows the instructor to pay attention to everyone, knowing each student by his or her name. The flexibility of class schedules allows students to adjust their extracurricular activities with their school time tables. The affordable tuition allows students to save money while preparing to transfer to a four-year university. Plus, the faculty members are always ready to serve the students. Students are assigned an adviser to help them make important decisions on their academic journey. You can get connected with your laptop to the campus Wi-Fi from the dorms, the cafeteria, Starbucks, or the library. Staying in the college dorms keeps you close to everything. The library offers study rooms of different sizes that you can book for your academic needs. The Student Success Center offers free tutoring in different subjects, as well.

Attending AWC gives you the chance to embrace a new community. Through the diverse nationalities of the international students attending the college, AWC opens the door to a global community and provides the opportunity to discover different cultures. You can join one or more of the many student clubs, such as the Science Club, the Radiologic Technology Club, the Rotaract Club, and the I Team (international team), just to name a few. Besides these individual clubs and organizations, faculty-supervised programs (such as the Matador Ambassador program, the Honors program, Phi Theta Kappa, and the Student Government Association) provide leadership and connection opportunities and also a chance to get scholarships.

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