Location
Santa Clara, CA
Undergrads
2,669
Tuition (in-state)
$6,070 ($1,174)
Branch Campus Of
West Valley-Mission Community Colleges
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Reviews 178 total reviews with an average rating of 3.5

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4 College Freshman

Online Courses: I'm really enjoying the online class I am currently in. It is easy to follow along and get the assignments done.

4 College Junior

Online Courses: I passes my first online class for library 10. Although the lecture videos were boring it was sometimes difficult wondering if I actually learned anything new.

3 College Junior

Facilities: It like any other college, nothing more than unique.

2 College Junior

Student Body: I do not really know I had a student body or who they are.

3 College Junior

Tuition & Financial Aid: I get financial aid but sometimes it is not that much when it comes to classes and textbooks. The more units I have each semester, the more money they give me. But it is some times difficult being a full time student to get more money from financial aid.

3 College Junior

Academic Flexibility: The schedules for classes I need to work around because most of the classes every semester have the same time period depending on what class I am taking. It is sometimes difficult to choose what class to take depending on the times.

4 College Junior

Overall Experience: I have take prerequisite classes for my program and for my associates degree and got into my program recently. Overall, it is just mostly studying and focusing on school.

3 College Junior

Campus Resources: The student center has helpful people who answer our questions. In the library it is kind of small and is sometimes difficult to find a computer.

3 College Junior

Campus Resources: There is wifi at school. There are also printers in the library that cost 10 cents for black and white or 80 cents for color. The computer labs have slow internet or start ups. The wifi is sometimes slow depending where in the school I am and the campus is not that big.

4 College Junior

Career Services: After the LVN program plan to get into the RN program, but they are taking out the bridge program. But when I get into the program it will give me a higher chance to get a job as a nurse.

3 College Junior

Academic Experience: In the LVN Program there is a lot of work and studying to do. Although it increases my skills to become a nurse, it takes away social time with friends and family.

4 College Junior

Academic Experience: There are a lot of programs to get into at Mission College. There are also many special programs for students who have disabilities, students who need extra help with their homework, and ect. There are many teachers good and bad depending who they are.

4 College Junior

Academic Experience: My professor is very helpful and makes time to speak with me if I need help. They respond to emails and have office hours. I have never had a problem with registration. I have 12 units and it works fine for me. My worst subject is math, so I saved that for last, but started it this Fall and so far am doing well. My professor tells me the more confidence I have the better I will do.

3 College Junior

Academic Experience: My major is communications/Business mgmt. My classes are great. I have 12 units and I am learning a lot about different cultures that made me appreaciate the many different cultures. My work load is not really that bad. I have learned to set time aside for study better than I used to. Job opportunities is not the main thing right now. I want to use my major as a way to give back to the community.

4 College Junior

Academic Experience: The professors are very interactive, they want you to do well. They offer time to spend with you after school or during an empty time frame to improve your work in class.

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3 College Junior

Campus Resources: The resources are great, computer labs are located in the library and in certain parts of the main building on campus. Network reliability is good, however it could be better in regards to connection speed. Printing on campus isn't bad, it costs 10 cents per page.

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3 College Junior

Student Body: The school is located in the heart of Silicon Valley, where there are a variety of people from multiple races. Everyone has their own political and religious views, which gives us all something to learn about.

3 College Junior

Career Services: Career center is good. Considering that the college is right next to Yahoo, Marriott, Hilton, Apple, etc., the school is well known for job placement. We have people who come from Stanford and San Jose State that assists in the tutoring center for those who need it.

3 College Junior

Campus Resources: They are currently building a new main building, very good with hospitality management, and they have a great job placement center, long with people in the counseling department who are more than willing to assist you when needed.

3 Recent Alumnus

Campus Resources: Needs Remodeling – The general campus is average. The main building on campus is being remodeled and will be done in the year 2014. The gymnasium however is in need of a remodel or at least a fresh coat of paint. The baseball/soccer field bathrooms also need a remodel. Besides, the old style of some of the buildings the campus provides a nice environment for different occasions. There is a place to hang with friends, there are cubicles around the main building if you need a quiet place to study, and it's always nice to enjoy lunch on the outside tables located outside the cafeteria on a sunny day.

4 Recent Alumnus

Online Courses: Online courses are very easy to navigate. Usually there is a group discussion board, an assignment post board, and a board for QA's to the teacher or students in the class. The online professors are very prompt about responding to questions. If you posted a question to the student QA board, you would get at least 2 student replies back. Turning assignments is fairly easy as long as you follow the given instructions. The online courses I took went very smoothly I learned to time manage and always double check due dates.

2 Recent Alumnus

Campus Resources: I would say every school probably has an issue with the wireless access at some point or another. The Wi-Fi at my school is bi-polar some days are great connection is quick and fast and one can get work done other days it is slow and fast and kicks you off whenever it feels like it. One can never know what type of day the school Wi-Fi is having so I try to finish all computer assignments beforehand. Printing at school is much more convenient, there has yet to be an issue with the school printers. The good news is that the school is getting a new Wi-Fi system soon so the connection should be better soon.

4 Recent Alumnus

Academic Flexibility: Making your own schedule is very helpful. Particularly, if one is a part/full time worker and or commuter student. The school's course catalog usually offers two or three time slots per class and so one can accommodate it around their schedule. I have yet to be on a waiting list for a class and I hope it stays that way so I can transfer into a four year school soon.

3 Recent Alumnus

Student Body: Since it is a community college, there are a lot of part-time/ full-time students who work and have a family of their own. There is a mix of people from different backgrounds and surrounding cities. Most students that I met had a goal in mind so socializing wasn't a priority but you do make friends with people in your classes. You'll meet people to have lunch or study with but most of the students are focused on their education.

3 Recent Alumnus

Academic Experience: I am a kinesiology major and my classes were chosen by my counselor and me to satisfy the requirements of my school of transfer. I really recommend going to more than one counselor only to get more than one opinion if there is confusion about which class to take. The science workload can be stressful but only in spurts like when everything crunches up together because all your professors are assigning work due around a same time frame.

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