Most PCC students would agree that they have wonderful teachers at the College. All of the professors are always ready for their classes and are on time. They also are often available with flexible schedules to meet with students for help and find ways to help students if they are not available. They teach students lessons and actually have life experience to apply to the classes. The teachers are easy to get along with, and students generally have a great time in classes.
Portland Community College offers a standard workload to students. For mathematics, the workload can be a little heavier, though. However, if students know how to manage their time, then they can finish projects, although someone who has a job may have a little bit of a harder time juggling responsibilities. Overall, the grading scale is the same as with other colleges.