Leesburg, FL
Tuition (in-state)
$13,246 ($3,142)
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Reviews 395 total reviews with an average rating of 3.6

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3 College Junior

Student Body: A lot of the students are very determined then there's the student that come from other colleges because they probably didn't do so well and are just trying to get it right so they can go back everybody is friendly there are a lot of divers races there as well.

3 College Junior

Academic Flexibility: Some credits can be transferred and some can if they can the school will take them and at it to your current grade status. So e of the classes a flexible it really all depends on the type of professor you have.

4 College Junior

Tuition & Financial Aid: You have to stay on top of Financial Aid so you can get it done and have no worries about it when it's time to take care of other school things.

4 College Junior

Campus Resources: We have computers in the study lounge and in the library and if they are all being used u can use your laptop if you have it and the WIFI will attach it self to you device fast.

3 College Junior

Campus Resources: The college isn't really that big on athletics the library is a pretty normal decent size the are always some kind of campus activities going on.

3 College Junior

Online Courses: The hybrid online courses are something totally different from what I would expect because some of the work is online then some of the work is in class but that about the only deference there is with the online classes everything is about the same user friendly and easy to use.

4 College Junior

Academic Experience: It's a pretty decent size workload you just have to stay on top of it to succeed.

5 College Junior

Academic Experience: The professors are serious a out what they teach you and have high expectation you the first day they meet you.

3 College Student

Facilities: I like some of the special science class they have, such as diseases in the skin and clinical disease

2 College Student

Tuition & Financial Aid: It take FOREVER to get s reply back. They never answer the phone and then when you go to see them on campus they close at 4:30 they are closed at 4:10! Horrible

3 College Student

Student Body: Students are like any other. You have to ones that study and are willing to help anyone that needs it, then you have the jerks that just like to talk and make fun of someone while giving and oral report

4 College Student

Online Courses: On-line courses are great if you can find them in the class your looking for. They make learning a lot easier in my point of view. We learn through blackboard and always have open discussions

3 College Student

Academic Experience: With nursing there is always a waiting list, but there are way around it if you don't my taking the bridge program.

3 College Student

Academic Experience: Registation is always a nightmare! Classes fill up super fast and all the evenng classes are usually gone by the time you get to registar. Workload isn't to bad. Most professors want to to read the text and do quzzes. Not many give you actually homework.

3 College Student

Academic Flexibility: I work 7:30-4pm and they don't offer a lot of science classes in the evening.

4 College Student

Academic Experience: I have had only two or three teacher that weren't very great, but the rest of the professors have been good so far.

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4 College Student

Overall Experience: So far the people in the school are nice.

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5 College Student

Student Body: I love the student body so far. People are so nice.

2 College Student

Campus Resources: It needs a gym and a better and bigger cafeteria that is not too expensive.

3 College Student

Academic Experience: I am doing the basic classes still.

3 College Student

Facilities: I wish it had a gym.....

5 College Student

Academic Flexibility: I haven't had any problems at all.

5 College Student

Tuition & Financial Aid: The people in charge of the process treated me nicely and help me with any questions I had.

College Student

Career Services: I am not quite sure because I haven't met with any of the career advisers yet.

4 College Student

Campus Resources: The college I go to has a big library in it, which I love!


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Nicole Bulla
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The overall experience at Lake-Sumter Community College is wonderful. Since the campus is fairly small compared to other schools, it is easy to become acquainted with all of the students and faculty. Students often develop close friendships with employees at the book stores and cafés, as well as developing relationships with peers in classes. This creates a warm and friendly environment that makes students feel welcome and at home. It is assuring to have this kind of environment when classes become overwhelming and tough, because students know that help is never too far away.

Instructors are always helpful, approachable, and prepared. Their consistency sets a good example for students. Lectures help prepare students for success in their future careers, especially when professors assign work that is relevant to the job force.

The Student Government Association is a very unique aspect of Lake-Sumter. The SGA is a very active club on LSCC's campus. Members plan special events for the start of the semester, special holidays, and other occassions. They really help keep students involved not only with the campus, but also with the world around them. For example, after the earthquake in Haiti, SFA planned a fundraiser where they gave out bracelets and cookies in exchange for donations. They collected a generous amount of money to send off to earthquake survivors. Because of this active community, many students say they would pick Lake-Sumter all over again if they had to repeat their college experience.

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