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Reviews 1216 total reviews with an average rating of 3.5

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3 College Senior

Tuition & Financial Aid at Norco College: some students get what they need

3 College Senior

Facilities at Norco College: This school would rate average within competition

3 College Senior

Overall Experience at Norco College: My overall Experience does not consist of much

3 College Senior

Student Body at Norco College: There is most acceptance of diversity within races.

3 College Senior

Academic Experience at Norco College: Most curriculum and study options are standard

3 College Senior

Academic Experience at Norco College: Had good professors, had bad ones.

3 College Senior

Career Services at Norco College: the quality of these networks are okay im just not too aware of them/

3 College Junior

Student Body at Moreno Valley College: Way younger generation, about 15 year gap between me and most of the "fresh from high school" students, so my opinions are a bit "old fashioned". Over all, their kids who (some) haven't found their way yet but are on the right path.

3 College Junior

Facilities at Moreno Valley College: This is the only college I've been to, so I can't make a comparison.

4 College Junior

Academic Experience at Moreno Valley College: The professors are friendly. Class registration process is simple, you have a date and time, you go online after that time and sign up for the classes you want, if there is room available. Most of the courses I've taken haven't had that much of a work load (at least for me) so it's been pretty simple.

3 College Junior

Academic Experience at Moreno Valley College: I am not that sure yet, I'm trying to knock all the pre-recs out, Math, Science, English, etc. I want to make sure that I can stretch them out over the terms so I am not stuck having to take several "hard" courses in one semester. I would rather take one or two "hard" courses and a couple easier "fun" courses so the work load is a bit lighter. It's not easy going to college when you have 2 kids at home. They tend to ask questions or need rides when it's homework time. I personally find it easier this way and so far it is working. I'm almost done with the required courses.

5 College Junior

Tuition & Financial Aid at Moreno Valley College: The financial aid process was pretty easy, they have staff willing to help you step by step. Sometimes, like beginning of semesters, there can be a bit of a line. Once submitted the rest is pretty much automatic as long as you keep your information updated, they might need tax information now and then, but otherwise it's pretty easy. The tuition isn't much, like $46/unit, books can rack up a bill, but that's what the financial aid is for. Unfortunately financial aid is only available for two of the four semesters, Fall and Spring, Winter and Summer there is no financial aid.

4 College Junior

Campus Resources at Moreno Valley College: Moreno Valley College has labs for several things like Computer classes, English/Reading and Math. Those are the resources I've been involved with so far. They also have a student store for those times you forget a pen or paper; or just need a quick snack. Otherwise you could go to the Cafeteria for some food. I haven't spent much time in the library but it is a good size, I usually find everything I need online or on the colleges website which has an online library.

3 College Junior

Online Courses at Moreno Valley College: Online courses, or hybrid courses are more for a person with discipline. They mainly cut down on the lecture time and commute time. It's nice to be able to do the assignments when you have time instead of on a class schedule. I mainly stick to hybrid courses because I do still like a little face to face time. Class time gives the opportunity to ask questions and get direct input/responses from the instructor.

4 College Junior

Overall Experience at Moreno Valley College: Going back to school at my age (37) wasn't easy, but I seem to have adjusted fine. Going back was a lot easier than I expected; I guess "real world" experience allowed for an easy transition.

3 College Junior

Career Services at Moreno Valley College: I've been at Moreno Valley College almost a year now, all 4 semesters. I really haven't had any issues with the staff or college in general. Some instructors are a little rude, kind of set in the old ways I guess. But in general the instructors are great. I'm 37 years old and trying to do a career change from Equipment Operating to IT. It's a bit different with the younger generation but I am managing.

2 College Senior

Online Courses at Riverside City College: I wish there were more online classes, and some better online professors. Some are good some are bad, really do your research.

3 College Senior

Academic Flexibility at Riverside City College: The classes are difficult to get like any CC, but they're better than Chaffey from what I can tell. There aren't many evening classes though, but there are some.

5 College Senior

Facilities at Riverside City College: The arts at RCC are pretty good, I've heard their music department is good. I've been to the art gallery and dance shows and there's a lot of interesting things at this school.

College Senior

Career Services at Riverside City College: I haven't really used the career services, I'm looking to transfer...

5 College Senior

Overall Experience at Riverside City College: It community college, so it's your chance to get in and make an effort without the pressure of acceptance.

3 College Senior

Student Body at Riverside City College: People are odd sometimes, but you can meet a lot of nice students and teachers too, it just depends.

5 College Senior

Tuition & Financial Aid at Riverside City College: Community college is a more financially suitable path if you don't have a lot of income.

3 College Senior

Facilities at Riverside City College: Being an older school and with limited space the campus is laid out a little strange. Parking is a bit of a disaster though. It is very limited and hard to get to your classes from there.

3 College Senior

Career Services at Riverside City College: There isn't much information given about the career center. I don't even know where it is at on campus. There was a job fair at the school, but there weren't many opportunities for me.

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