Location
Reading, PA
Undergrads
1,085
Tuition (in-state)
$10,350 ($7,380)
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Reviews 258 total reviews with an average rating of 3.7

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3 College Senior

Online Courses: I have not taken online courses. I am unable to accurately rate them.

3 College Senior

Academic Experience: great workload. sometimes its too much! social work classes are great

4 College Senior

Academic Experience: Class registration can be difficult. special study options can be difficult to find for specific classes. social work professors are great!

4 College Senior

Facilities: The grassy areas are great for warm weather! not much inside space for winter.

3 College Senior

Academic Flexibility: It's hard to get a hold of my adviser. Signing up for classes can be a hassle.

4 College Senior

Overall Experience: I love the location of the school and the teachers are mostly willing to help out.

3 College Senior

Career Services: I am not very familiar with these services. I am not at this stage.

3 College Senior

Tuition & Financial Aid: Financial aid process can be difficult. we had some minor issues the first few semesters.

4 College Senior

Campus Resources: Computer access at Reading Area Community College is easy to get to. although if you want to use your own computer, Wifi is not that great.

3 College Senior

Campus Resources: Student tutoring centers are great although they are usually busy. the library is very nice and accessible

5 College Junior

Academic Flexibility: Flexibility in the classes is good and the curriculum is good as well. We as students are given a good amount of time to get work done, and are in class for a good amount of time depending the days in which a student has classes in order to learn the necessary material to succeed in class.

5 College Junior

Tuition & Financial Aid: The financial aid at RACC is out of this world amazing in my opinion. I believe RACC is the best school to go to when they are doing a 2 year program or even to take the general classes there and then transfer to another college and focus on the major later after the transfer because RACCs prices are the best.

5 College Junior

Facilities: The most unique thing about my school is the academic programs cost. The classes are so affordable in comparison to other colleges which is why I decided to go to RACC to take my general courses and then transfer to finish my degree there. RACC offers great financial assistance and makes all students feel at ease with there loans, payments, and overall academic years at RACC as smooth sailing as possible.

5 College Junior

Career Services: The career center has helped me so much in choosing my major and understanding the qualifications and classes needed with each major to understand and make sure that which ever major I chose, I know what I was getting into. RACC offers job prospects to students who have been taking their area of study and helps them find a suitable job, and that is very helpful.

5 College Junior

Campus Resources: The computer network at school is very good. I am able to go there when I have free time and do homework, and if I dont understand the material, there are tutors on standby to assist students get a grasp on the material at hand. The network is good and gets the work needed to be submitted in a good amount of time allowing everything on my homework schedule to run efficiently. Personal computers are not needed because there is a library, a tutoring center, a computer lab, and a math tutoring lab with around 30 computers or more in each room.

4 College Junior

Campus Resources: The athletic center is amazing at RACC, and I attend the Yoga class that is offered at RACC on Weds at 2-3 pm. There is also cultural festivals, and musical performances. I find all of the campus activities to be quite enjoyable when I have time to attend.

4 College Junior

Student Body: The student body is not like a typical college. RACC is a college for anyone of any age to get back into school. RACC is located in the city where there are people from all different cultures, perspectives, origions and it is very interesting to see what kinds of people there are in the city of Reading.

5 College Junior

Overall Experience: My favorite experiences from RACC is discovering who I was and understanding college. At my high school I was clueless about what I wanted to major in, and what college was. College seemed so confusing and stressful to me when it came to grasping the concept of payment, or the websites but RACC offers an amazing tutoring center that has taught me everything there is to know about college and also managing time.

5 College Junior

Academic Experience: I love RACC so much. RACC has helped me so much from my high school transition into understanding everything there is to know about college. I feel that I have grown as a person at RACC, I have discovered who I am, and who I want to be.

5 College Junior

Academic Experience: All of the professors at RACC are very good because they are demanding in what they need from us students, are respectful, and have an understanding if any personal situations come up that would get mixed up with class or homework.

3 College Sophomore

Campus Resources: The library is nice but everything else is kind of small like the athletic center. You definitely have to make things work for you.

3 College Sophomore

Tuition & Financial Aid: It's not great, but it's not terrible either. It's a community college so you get what you pay for. Thankfully I have pretty good professors that do not make me feel like I am wasting my time and/or money.

3 College Sophomore

Student Body: We are a mixed bag. Some people are fresh from high school trying to get their gen eds out of the way, some people are continuing education students, and some people are there because they have to and they just sleep during class. There are many different ages, social classes, races/ethnicities, and backgrounds.

4 College Sophomore

Academic Flexibility: I feel like great is too strong of a word, but okay is too weak. I think it is pretty good. My adviser scheduled my classes around what I had already taken my freshman year and actually gave me classes that I am interested in (except for one class but it is necessary for my gen eds so it is worthwhile).

3 College Sophomore

Facilities: There really isn't a campus life because it is a community college. Almost everyone is there to either get their gen eds or get an associate's degree. But I must say my experience with the financial aid office was A LOT better than my experiences at my previous, "elite" school.

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