I have not really taken a major at this school just a General Studies Associates, I was undecided on what to do with it.
The writing lab is good. Thought they really do not help much besides try to re-teach you or give you programs to dissect your papers. Thought there seems to be a lab for almost every department and help is available if needed.
For a Liberal Arts degree, there are a wide variety of classes to tailor your education to your particular interests or needs. I believe most students at this school are this major as it's a good one to transfer with, so the school does a lot to cater to these students.
The professors are superb.
The student resource centers for math, science, and writing are awesome.
I do question some requirements, such as a mandatory P.E. and fine arts credit. I would have preferred the option to take more math or science classes.
The workload was reasonable. I worked full time while in school full time and got very good grades, as long as I practiced good time management and discipline. Anyone in generally normal circumstances should be able to handle this workload.
The professors are really awesome. All of them I had are very knowledgeable and passionate about their fields. Most take an active interest in their students, which is helped by the small class sizes.
JCCC is really kind of a transfer school for most students, so there is an emphasis on liberal arts studies, but the math and science classes were just as engaging and challenging as any of the rest.
The standards are fairly high, but the overall workload is pretty reasonable.
Class registration and enrollment is incredibly easy.
Many students are forced to take courses that are not applicable to their careers, so people are wasting money.
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