Mt. Hood Community College Summary

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Gresham, OR
Full-Time Undergrads
Part-Time Undergrads
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Mt. Hood CC Student Reviews

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3 College Sophomore

Academic Experience: I am still trying to get into one of the restricted entry programs. I made it into the top 50 of 2 programs but did not get into either one (max: 18 students / year) due to my inability to get all A's (being a single mother to 2 high needs, developmentally delayed, on the autism spectrum boys, not in school or day care = very difficult to do as well as I'd liked). I believe the programs are very good, however, there is nothing in place for internship / job opportunity assistance (job searching, internship, networking assistance).

3 College Sophomore

Academic Experience: This school is known for it's nursing program (new facilities) but also has a sought after dental hygiene program and other allied health careers. It also has on campus university transfer opportunities. Most (but not all) instructors are very good. The curriculum is varied / vast. There are many online and hybrid class options (I wish there were a few more for those of us with children or jobs we need to work around).

3 College Sophomore

Career Services: Not effectively staffed. Not very helpful for everyone. It exists, but could be better.

3 College Sophomore

Overall Experience: As most schools (just like bosses at jobs) there are some really good professors / instructors and some not so good. I find if you talk to enough students, you get a good idea who the better instructors are. It's not always those who have been there the longest, but some of those who have been there a long time do happen to be very good. Different teachers have different teaching styles and expectations.

2 College Sophomore

Overall Experience: I wish there were more opportunities for networking or job fairs or recruiters on campus or even online, especially for the restricted / limited entry programs. I think with all of the extra time / effort / energy / and fees for those programs, there should be some job seeking assistance offered, but there is not. Once a year there is a "job fair" but it's more for students to work while in school, not for graduating students finding a job using their new degrees / education.


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