Location
Woodland, CA
Undergrads
598
Tuition (in-state)
$6,184 ($1,144)
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Reviews 70 total reviews with an average rating of 3.1

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3 College Junior

Academic Experience: The variety of classes offered are very limited and the difficulty of classes really depends on the teacher. Most teachers are part time and try to work with students, but most also teach at other schools. If you aren't able to grt off work during the day for school, it gets really difficult to take all your required classes.

3 College Sophomore

Campus Resources: Woodland College has a great relationship with UC Davis. So if you want to go there, but for whatever reason cannot go directly out of high school, Woodland can help you achieve that goal.

3 College Sophomore

Student Body: The diversity at Woodland is split between students of hispanic and white heritage, with a small percentage of students of other ethnicities. Overall I would probably rate Woodland as one of the more conservative colleges in the area, but you can find people expressing most commonly held political views.

3 College Sophomore

Campus Resources: You can connect to the school's wireless from almost anywhere on campus. There are always computers available in one of the labs. Printing is only ten cents per page, which is much more affordable than printer ink for an average college student.

3 College Sophomore

Campus Resources: There is no cafeteria, but there are vending machines and snacks at the student store. There is also a student health clinic. The counselors are very helpful and have a lot of open hours for you to come sit down with them.

1 College Senior

Campus Resources: The library is a great place and the people who work there are very helpful. I don't think we even have sports teams and you have to travel in order to take an exercise class.

4 College Senior

Campus Resources: There are always computers available on the campus. Well during the time that I go in. But it does seem to get packed and the copies even though a bit expensive the machine always works.

1 College Senior

Campus Resources: The school is barely expanding so there aren't many social events or social scenes to be involved in just yet.

4 College Senior

Tuition & Financial Aid: It was very simple and straight forward recently. I received all the help needed and I'm able to take all my courses even online if they are in a separate campus which I absolutely love. Just that the timing on the financial aid isn't very clear and I would just prefer to receive an email telling me its time to redo my form.

4 College Freshman

Tuition & Financial Aid: I think the tuition is a little high, but its worth it to get an good education. The finianical aid is very good and fast.

3 College Freshman

Student Body: All the people at the school are very nice and have jobs and realy get into the college. They are so helpful and nice..

4 College Junior

Campus Resources: It is a beautiful campus. I was very impressed the first time I saw it. The student lounge (cafe) could be revamped a little, but overall it is a comfortable, well kept campus.

4 College Junior

Academic Flexibility: I only got into one of the courses that I needed because of a flip of a coin (literally- there was one spot left and two of us standing there). The other courses were easy to get into.

3 College Junior

Academic Experience: Professors: I have had two professors from Woodland Community College. They were both very informative and helpful. I have no complaints about the faculty from what I have experienced.

Curriculum: I thought it was simplified somewhat, but I have done a lot of schooling and I often forget that I am taking prerequisite courses with a lot of beginning college students.

Registration: Registration at WCC is amazing. Instead of the priority registration at other community colleges that base class entrance on your previous course-load at the same institution, WCC bases your registration status on the last four digits of your social. Each semester, there is a rotation in the bracket that you fall into numerically so your chances to get into classes are generally higher.

Workload: The workload is acceptable. It is far from overwhelming. I expected to do more in some classes.

Special study options: While I never took advantage of it, there are plenty of advertisements for the study center on campus. It seems to have a positive reputation.

Programs associated with school: I'm unaware of things beyond what I am taking for prerequisites.

Recent Alumnus

Online Courses: I havent taken any online courses because all my courses were available at campus.

College Senior

Career Services: I haven't used the career center services however I know they are available, whether they're helpful or not I don't know.

3 College Senior

Tuition & Financial Aid: I got the BOG waiver which is really helpful since it covers my tuition which has become expensive. With that being said though, a lot people don't know about the financial opportunities or the paperwork they need to fill out.

1 College Sophomore

Tuition & Financial Aid: Financial Aid office was Very rude and I had to argue with them in order to get my BOGW. It was very frustrating. They explained nothing and I would've had to pay $600 out of pocket if I hadn't forced them to check if I qualified. They didn't explain to me I had to request my money back online either. They told me to go talk to Admissions. Upon telling the Admissions office I wanted my money back, I was glared at with a look of disgust and then told I had to do that online. The Financial Aid office workers need to be trained on how AID works and they need communication classes as well.

3 College Junior

Academic Experience: Classes Are Fun – I'm majoring in Child Development, and I love the teacher she is interesting and makes things fun. She knows what shes talking about. We do projects and all sorts of neat stuff. She also has us do things that we can use when we become teachers our selves.

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5 College Junior

Campus Resources: everyone just gets to know each other, we have a student body that cares about our school. there isn't anything that sets people appart

5 College Junior

Overall Experience: All I Need – everyone just comes and goes, you just go to focus on school and most go to work

5 College Junior

Career Services: they really help you a lot to get to know your self first then help you know your career path, so far it is going great

1 College Freshman

Campus Resources: There aren't any campus activities, no athletic centers. There is only one place for students to interact and that is in our tiny cafe with very minimal seating. On the plus side, there is a helpful student center and a library with plenty of seating.

4 College Freshman

Academic Experience: There are many Academic help places at WCC. Professors are usually personable and ready to help you when you enter the courses. It is also very easy to add classes if there is a waitlist.

4 College Freshman

Career Services: The career center administrator is very helpful. She goes through many exercises with you to see what careers are better suite for you. The administrators are setting you up for success, not failure.

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