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Reviews 1684 total reviews with an average rating of 3.8

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4 Recent Alumnus

Student Body: I love the groups and interactions they get out of the students at school. They always let us have a voice in order to see what we want done.

3 Recent Alumnus

Tuition & Financial Aid: Everything is fine but sometimes we have certain lab fees that we need to pay.

5 Recent Alumnus

Academic Experience: My counselor helps me with everything. They help me decide What's best first me during the semester.

4 Recent Alumnus

Academic Experience: Its great because they let us become hands on.

5 Recent Alumnus

Online Courses: Online let's me work at my own pace. I love it. I can also work ahead.

Recent Alumnus

Career Services: I haven't talked about transferring yet.

5 Recent Alumnus

Academic Flexibility: The teachers I felt with are great. They helped me and worked around my work schedule when I needed to.

5 Recent Alumnus

Campus Resources: Everything is great. The people are wonderful and a great help.

5 College Senior

Student Body: Tarrant County College is very diverse. Even people with special needs can be successful at this school.

5 College Senior

Online Courses: The online classes at Tarrant County College are great. I managed my assignments which there are many. Professors are very helpful and assignments are understandable. Registration is very easy.

5 College Senior

Academic Experience: The school offers multiple degree and certification programs. I participate in the Cornerstone Honors Program.

5 College Senior

Academic Experience: I'm and pursuing a journalism degree, and unfortunately I cannot take any journalism courses until I transfer. I will have an Honors Associates Degree in May of 2015

5 College Senior

Tuition & Financial Aid: If a students can follow instructions financial aid will be smooth.

5 College Senior

Career Services: The Career Center works had to secure interviews for students providing lots of hop prospects.

5 College Senior

Campus Resources: Tarrant County College goes overboard with resources providing students with help in every area of student life. The Writing Center staff is awesome and very helpful. There is also a top notch athletic facility. The library is small, but the online database makes up for that.

5 College Senior

Academic Flexibility: I am an honor student at Tarrant County College and my class size is 14-1. Textbook are even provided. I will be graduating in May 2015 and we are guaranteed that all credits can be transferred to Texas 4 year schools.

5 College Senior

Overall Experience: The professors are very engaging, and knowledgeable. Class size is about 25-1 and there is a great and comfortable learning environment. The variety of courses offered are wide and varied. I would recommend this school to anyone who wants to get an associates degree with plans on going to a 4 year institution.

5 College Senior

Overall Experience: Tarrant County College is connected to every 4 year school in Texas providing a smooth tradition upon graduation. There are multiple recruiting events on campus with an excellent career center.

2 College Junior

Overall Experience: Merely because I can't get anywhere with financial aid and feel like I am playing Russian Roulette when choosing a professor whether or not I am going to get a classroom full of people that don't care. I genuinely do not like attending TCC.

However, they have the lowest tuition costs and the most convenient locations. The few educators that have made a positive impact on my education are worth their weight in gold to me and have really restored my faith in the education system and kept me working towards my higher education.

3 College Junior

Overall Experience: This is not a four year college. I have heard great things about their Firefighting program as well as their MA, Physical Therapy Assistant and Radiology Tech programs.

There are no "alumni" for this school, however many 4 year universities come visit frequently during the fall and spring semesters.

3 College Junior

Academic Experience: Shirley Bishop is one of the BEST teachers I have ever had at this facility. That woman needs a raise and a medal. I also had a great English and speech teacher who were great! As far as the other teachers I have had, none stand out in my mind. I had a psychology teacher that basically read from the book and gave tests, which was disappointing. I also had another English professor who had a lot of passion, but was hard to follow and understand. Everyone else is a blur and unmemorable and from what I can remember curriculum was really just boring spoon fed information.

3 College Junior

Academic Experience: There is no business program. The workload is fine. The curriculum is easy. There are no internship or job opportunities that give me career opportunities pertaining to my degree.

It is however less expensive than all of the other colleges.

1 College Junior

Tuition & Financial Aid: Tuition is great.

Financial aid is terrible. They will not work with me at all and half the time don't even know what they are doing.

3 College Junior

Academic Flexibility: I have not yet tried to transfer my credits to another school. However, other than my issues with financial aid, I find it rather easy to attend and complete my courses each semester. The school does have flexible hours, as well as affordable tuition and payment plans.

3 College Junior

Student Body: I personally do not engage with very many of my classmates. The masses of the student body are low income, sheltered, or university drop outs. The rest of the population consists of older and younger students paying their way out of pocket to go to college or just trying to save on tuition until they have to transfer to a 4 year university.

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