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Reviews 1321 total reviews with an average rating of 3.7

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3 College Sophomore

Overall Experience: Not as good as a university.

3 College Sophomore

Career Services: Attempting to transfer right now.

3 College Sophomore

Online Courses: Didn't have to leave the house.

3 College Sophomore

Tuition & Financial Aid: Not sure about financial aid because I didn't apply. Tuition is affordable.

3 College Sophomore

Academic Flexibility: Can be flexible depending on the person.

5 College Freshman

Academic Flexibility: Austin Community College offers a wide range of classes, anywhere between early in the morning to later at night. They even have campus police to escort you to your car at night. They also offer a majority of their classes online as well which is ideal for students with a busy home life or transportation complications.

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3 College Freshman

Student Body: A lot of the students are previously stay-at-home moms or single moms hoping to get a job that pays more than minimum wage to help put food on the table. There are also a lot of high school students looking to get ahead start on their college studies. There are plenty of typical college freshman as well but many of them, like myself, intend to transfer to a four-year university. It's a very diverse school in just about every way, including age. There are even some grandparents going to school. However, you only need to be a resident of Austin, Texas and have a high school diploma or GED (or foreign equivalent) to be entered into the school. Even though it is a community college, there are still a lot of great professors there. The staff is very helpful in making sure you get signed up the the right classes and are staying on-track with you grades. There are also plenty of places to study on-campus and multiple ways to contact professors if needed.

4 College Sophomore

Campus Resources: Very good hours for libraries and computer labs and testing centers.

2 College Sophomore

Tuition & Financial Aid: I have worked so hard and yet to figure out how to recieve financial aid.

3 College Junior

Student Body: The riverbats are very diverse, but a lot of the students have complete other lives outside of school. Their priorities aren't to make friends, so it isn't easy (especially for non-traditional students) to make new acquaintances.

4 College Junior

Overall Experience: So far all advisors and professors have been abundantly helpful. Class size is on the small side for college, and I think that helps a lot when you need some extra guidance.

4 College Junior

Overall Experience: Depends on you major of course, but in mine they really want you in a job straight out. The experience you gain on school time is immense and worth every penny.

3 College Junior

Online Courses: I like working with people face to face, however the amount of courses they offer online or though a hybrid section is great!

3 College Junior

Academic Experience: I do not have a major yet, as I'm planning on going into the Sonography program, so I don't feel I have enough to comment on this one.

4 College Junior

Academic Experience: The more specific your field, the better the teachers it seems. Core subjects are core for a reason.

3 College Junior

Campus Resources: I haven't had the privilege to utilize all the facilities yet, but so far the computers are accessible, but not the newest (would you expect them to be?)

3 College Junior

Tuition & Financial Aid: You really need to do your homework on financial aid. They will definitely push student loans on you so that the school gets their subsidies, which is the WORST way to start your career. Do the legwork, and write as many essays as you feasibly have the time for. Make loans your last resort. That being said, the scholarships take only one application and they are plainly listed online. no gray area here.

4 College Junior

Academic Flexibility: ACC might not have all the amenities of other Texas junior colleges, but the flexibility of class schedules and numerous campuses across the city make it the best choice for getting a headstart. The health sciences at Eastview have the modern equipment and technology you're looking for!

4 College Junior

Campus Resources: Although there is no athletic centers, seeing that it is a community college I didn't expect one to begin with, but there is a library that is readily available during the day with computers to use and a printer and there is a student lab where you have teachers readily available to help you with your homework or make up tests, in the student lab there is also many computers and printers available. There always seems to be something going on during the month at the campus as well.

4 College Junior

Tuition & Financial Aid: The financial aid department is amazing and readily available to discuss anything we, as students, have issues with. I don't, however, like that we are not informed about all options of the financial aid. For example, I have gone and discussed with them my FAFSA with them many times but was not made aware that there are scholarships available to students like me and/or where to find them, even when I asked a counselor.

4 College Junior

Career Services: From what I have heard from the counseling staff, post-grads are able to go straight into the workforce and are introduced to prospective companies and businesses to help.

4 College Junior

Academic Experience: It is proving to be a challenge. My unique course, that seems to be the road less traveled, is in American Sign Language Interpreting and asks for us to go to multiple locations for classes as well as we are asked to go to deaf events where we are fully submerged in the culture and not offered much assistance. In the deaf community we are welcomed with some and pushed away by others, this career choice is a challenge but seeing the atmosphere in my surroundings makes it all worthwhile.

4 College Junior

Academic Experience: The academics offered in our school is awesome since there are many different levels that we could have and they have a class that can suit anyone at any level.

College Junior

Online Courses: I do not currently have any online courses scheduled for this, or any, semester.

3 College Junior

Overall Experience: There are some teachers that are AMAZING but there are still the teachers that make you not want to go to class. The class sizes are not big enough to make someone uncomfortable and the variety offered here are awesome, especially since it is a community college. The style of each class is always unique, based mostly on the teacher, I have been lucky enough to have most teachers that are awesome and help make this school life experience amazing.


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