Location
Spokane, WA
Undergrads
4,683
Tuition (in-state)
$8,657 ($3,467)
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Reviews 272 total reviews with an average rating of 3.6

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4 College Freshman

Overall Experience: I don't have anything bad to say about my school it has truly been an amazing experience. I have only had two teachers that haven't had the easiest ways of teaching but I am learning so much. You can tell that the teachers really love their jobs and that they care about the education you are receiving.

4 College Freshman

Facilities: Mainly I like that the college is so close to school especially in the winter months. There are a lot of academic programs available considering it is a community college. There are a lot of different kinds of people attending the school so it is easy to connect to people. The buildings are really easy to gain access to. Most of the time people can make it on time to classes even if they are in different buildings. Overall I really enjoy going to SCC it's been a great experience.

College Freshman

Career Services: I am not there yet in my studies, so it is irrelevant to me.

3 College Freshman

Academic Flexibility: My overall experience has been very positive where it comes to flexibility. My job is really flexible when it comes to my school schedule as well too so I might not be the best person to answer the flexibility question since I haven't had any major issues.

4 College Freshman

Online Courses: I have a hybrid Microbiology class and I thought that I wouldn't be able to learn very easily with it but it is the best class I have ever had. I can access lectures any time I want and my professor is very organized with the whole online thing. It makes it easy especially since I work close to full time every week and I take a full time load at school.

4 College Freshman

Tuition & Financial Aid: I haven't had any issues with financial aid or tuition, everything is straight forward and easy to understand. I know some people have had issues but I am not one of them.

4 College Freshman

Academic Experience: my major is nursing and there are a lot of students who aspire to get into the program. So far everything is really organized in how we are suppose to get things done. The counselors are extremely helpful in helping you to make your dreams come true whether you are going to transfer to a university or if you will continue the program at the community college.

3 College Freshman

Academic Experience: All of the professor's I have had are extremely knowledgeable and have a good set way to connect to all of the students on some kind of level. The curriculum is all current and the staff really do a good job of staying current on affairs. Class registration is very easy and accessible to every student and if you need help with it the staff is really good about helping a student in need. Sometimes the workloads can be really difficult to keep up with but that is how any college works. Lastly there a ton of study options every major subject has a "tutoring center" that anybody could go to get help on a subject.

4 College Freshman

Campus Resources: There are a lot of resources at my college. It is ultimately up to the student to seek out the sources. All of the staff is really helpful too, they are there to truly make a difference in a students lives and most of them know a lot about the campus.

4 College Freshman

Campus Resources: There are computer labs in almost every building. I have never had any issues with getting access to a computer or printing out materials for my classes.

4 College Freshman

Student Body: There are a lot of students like myself that waited a few years to go back to school so the strive to do better and to succeed in college is really a big thing to most of us. There are a lot of different backgrounds as well since it is a community college. About half of the people I know are athletes and are hoping they can get into a bigger university eventually. I would say the overall student diversity is great with all kinds of individuals.

3 College Junior

Career Services: Transfer counselors are usually out of the office. Credits are supposedly transferrable to all washington universities.

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3 College Junior

Facilities: Things are somewhat out of date. The bookstore and library is acceptable. I've never eaten in the cafeteria but they have a salad bar so it can't be all that bad. Not a lot of art programs/classes. Athletics are very abundant. Science classes seem to have all the supplies they need and the campus is in pretty decent shape in general. Way too much faculty parking not enough student parking.

2 College Junior

Online Courses: The first online class I took was alright, I passed with a pretty high grade but when I took the next course in the series I found out the professor didn't cover a lot of things that were supposed to be covered. The second online class I took I ended up dropping because the professor didn't even bother to explain anything. She gave us a bunch of stuff to read in the book. No e lectures or anything just go read the book. If I wanted to just read a book I wouldn't be in college, I would just read books.

3 College Junior

Tuition & Financial Aid: Tuition is ok. The place I came from in California in state tuition was only $20 a credit to make it more accessible to more people. Out of state tuition was still pretty inexpensive. Tuition here is something like $130/credit for instate students. Financial aid process is confusing. When they show on your bill amount covered by financial aid this includes student loans but it doesn't state that explicitly so it makes it seem like you owe less than you actually do.

3 College Junior

Student Body: Not very diverse student body. A lot of athletic kids who aren't very interested in academics. Classes don't stay full for the entire quarter. By the end of the quarter at least half of the students have dropped the class or stopped showing up. A lot of talking and socializing in small cliques during class. Many high school students in the running start program not acting like adults on a college campus.

3 College Junior

Campus Resources: Availability of counselors is low. They aren't very punctual or easy to get in contact with. Libraries are great. Very accessible with very helpful librarians. The pool isn't open as much as I would like or in convenient hours.

4 College Junior

Campus Resources: Computers are very accessible but the wireless network is intermittent. Sometimes my devices will connect and stay connected sometimes they won't. Network speed on their computers is fast, on my own newer computers it is slower.

3 College Junior

Academic Experience: When classes end isn't specific. My first quarter I had an hour between classes because of this. Some information is vague and a meeting with a counselor isn't required for first time students.

3 College Junior

Academic Experience: Some required classes aren't offered every quarter this makes getting credits done in a timely manner difficult. Many professors are part time so not listed when registering for classes. This makes getting a good professor very difficult.

5 College Sophomore

Career Services: The quality of services at my school are very good, because they sit down with you and make sure you are doing everything you can to graduate, and I think this is awesome. These counselors here for example, honestly want to get a good picture of what you are doing, to get a good picture of what you should be doing to maintain high GPA's, and test scores, as well as graduate on time.

4 College Sophomore

Facilities: I think the organization of the school workers, and the awareness of opportunities and organizations make this school much more happier to talk about. These things makes me feel like I can speak highly of my school, and be ensured that I am somewhere that truly cares about my future. SCC makes me feel like I can succeed because of all of the positive awareness and well rounded teachers that know how to treat people. The teachers truly make us feel that they have been in our shoes before.

4 College Sophomore

Academic Experience: I am in Criminal Justice, and so far I have been having a lot of fun taking the classes required to reach my goal. There are tons of teachers to get to know, right here on a nice, bright atmosphere campus. I have never seen anything truly wrong with SCC. I also love how they stay on top of making me aware of everything that happens on campus, and when to get things done to be successful.

5 College Sophomore

Academic Experience: I think our registration process is very easy to follow, and available for all people to use. The academics offered at my school are excellent, and there are many to choose from in order to graduate on time and receive a degree. The special study options that are available for use are extremely helpful. For example, the math tutoring center, was a blessing. The tutors are very knowledgeable, and they are very open to sincerely helping me. This makes me feel the urge to keep pushing myself to succeed, because these strangers are making me feel like they are there to help me, and not judge me. This is awesome.

3 College Sophomore

Student Body: At SCC, there is a good amount of diversity. I love the fact that there is so many different races and beliefs, because this is what makes a unique and beautiful surrounding to a college campus. When us college students were young, and dreaming of what we were going to be, be always learned from pictures and sweet little Children's books that diverse is a true and important thing, and there are people of all colors.

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