Location
Middletown, VA
Undergrads
2,016
Tuition (in-state)
$9,603 ($3,840)
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Reviews 167 total reviews with an average rating of 3.6

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3 College Senior

Tuition & Financial Aid: They could make the Financial Aid update in real time so I know how much I have used after each week. They also wait until all dues HAVE to be paid to deduct from Financial Aid leaving you to wonder if it will cover it all

4 College Freshman

Academic Flexibility: The teachers have been very flexible and understanding. I think a big reason for this is we have so many students that also work and support families, etc. For example, I go to school full time during the day and then work 12 hours every night so sometimes im late or turn in an assignment a little late but the teachers have been very understanding and willing to work with me on it

5 College Freshman

Student Body: Everyone i've met and talked with was really friendly and open. it's is a very diverse and accepting school.

3 College Freshman

Tuition & Financial Aid: Outside of veteran benefits there is not much financial aid support, except student loans. A big turn over in personnel so assistance or direction is minimal. Front office ladies not helpful, treat you as if you are a bother.

4 College Junior

Academic Experience: Most of my professors are wonderful while some could be more helpful and willing to help a student in need.

4 College Senior

Campus Resources: My school has a solid computer network. The library is full of computers for student use and has a printer which costs very little to use. There is wireless access for students with personal laptops and the speed and reliability of the network is good.

4 College Senior

Campus Resources: The classes at my school are usually small, with 15-30 students maximum. This gives you the unique opportunity to more easily get to know your fellow students. Additionally, the professor is able to focus on each individual student and give them personal attention and help.

3 College Senior

Campus Resources: LFCC does not have a large number of resources, partially because it is a Community College, but the resources it does have are helpful. The library is well-stocked and there are special study rooms with desks and computers. The Loeb is where students relax and hang-out, and the features include a TV, cafeteria and a ping pong table. The student center is very helpful in answering questions about financial aid and degree process, and campus activities include concerts, mystery bus rides, and free ice cream days.

4 College Sophomore

Tuition & Financial Aid: The cost has been well worth the education I have received.

3 College Sophomore

Campus Resources: The campus is very small and lacks the perks of a major university, but it serves its purpose well. The campus is clean and inviting, parking is easy and convenient, class sizes are small, the staff is very friendly and the professors I have met are great.

3 College Junior

Academic Experience: I wish there were more options at my school. Being at a community college you are limited on what you can take. For example, I want to go into teaching special education, and I want to minor in math. Right now I am currently doing an Associates of Science degree because it involves a lot of math and is a very strong degree and I was advised that this would be the best degree for me. I just wish I knew how exactly the courses now will line up with the ones I will be taking once I transfer, I kind of have an idea, but I am a little worried about the whole process of transfering. It makes me kind of wish I could have started off at a university first, however I could not afford to. I like going to LFCC because I can be close to home and maintain a job easier. But it can be a little difficult sometimes. I also like that the college is small, so there aren't very crowded classes which is super nice.

3 College Junior

Campus Resources: Easy to find, hard to get what you want out of them.

3 College Junior

Academic Experience: Professors are great! Curriculum completely spelled out. A lot of work but totally worth it.

4 College Junior

Academic Experience: All of my classes have turned out to be a great help. Some involve a lot of work but i have learned a lot and am doing great even with the heavy workload.

5 Recent Alumnus

Online Courses: I love online courses! They are different from traditional classroom, most students failed due to the fact that they do not pay attention to when an assignments due date is/or the lack managing their time for the class and completing the work. For online courses one has to make sure to stay on top of it and check it every day/ at least print the syllabus off and check it every day. The workload varies I have taken multiple online courses and it all depends on how much work the professor wants to assign. Most of the time the professor are willing to help students if they email them with a question and or concern. Most of the online classes have a forum where they can talk to other students and ask for help though from my experience this never is used rather it is always empty so I'm assuming the just go straight to the professor and ask.

3 College Freshman

Campus Resources: The library is decent-sized but not too big. The athletic centers are nonexistent. the student center has some nice things, mainly a ping-pong table, but not much else. The school itself looks a little old.

4 College Freshman

Campus Resources: Wi-fi is available throughout the entire school, and the service, for the most part, has been very reliable. However, it does cost 10 cents per page to print something out, but we get a $5 tab to start out with.

College Freshman

Student Body: Being a community college, it's been very difficult to get to know anyone, so it's not fair to grade the student body when I barely know anyone. The characters appear to be of a higher quality than high school.

3 College Freshman

Campus Resources: My school offers some nice classes and finally gives me the freedom I lacked in high school, but it does an inadequate job of preparing for a 4-yr. school since it has a lackluster offering of STEM classes.

3 College Junior

Academic Experience: It is difficult because I took a hybrid course where we have to basically teach ourselves online and then listen to further instruction from the professor. Since my major is Chemistry, it is hard for me to teach myself this without a professor's help. However, they do the best that they can to help me out.

3 College Junior

Student Body: Most of the people that attend my school are older, have children, and are single parents. The rest of the students are like me, completing their prerequisites in hopes of transferring to a 4 year university.

3 College Junior

Academic Experience: The professors care about the students and try to help them achieve higher grades. However, some of them do not help at all. The classes are also not as challenging, so I feel as though I am enrolled in High School courses still.

4 College Sophomore

Campus Resources: The facilites are aesthetically pleasing, the library is up to date, and the student center is filled with nice people.

3 College Sophomore

Campus Resources: This past year the school has put in WEPA printers. They are easy to use, but are overpriced.

4 College Sophomore

Campus Resources: LFCC has the best professors who are always willing to help you out if you do not understand a topic. Mr. Austin, for example, will answer any question you ask, even if its right before a huge anatomy test.

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