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Reviews 3253 total reviews with an average rating of 3.7

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4 College Senior

Student Body at San Antonio College: Recently I have noticed that the student body has made an effort to include anybody and everybody in a club. At San Antonio College, they support practically everything and that is a really great thing knowing if someone has a passion, they can find it at this school.

3 College Senior

Career Services at Northwest Vista College: They are helpful but I feel as if they forget about you after you're done.

5 College Freshman

Tuition & Financial Aid at Palo Alto College: The tuition was very low and easy to pay off or for my financial aid.

4 College Freshman

Academic Flexibility at Palo Alto College: The classes seemed flexible for this semester both my classes were in the same building back to back so I like that

2 College Junior

Academic Experience at San Antonio College: The psychology program could use some help in improving. All of my professors seems to teach the same way, and tend to make their classes very uninteresting. The work is the same. Sometimes I feel like I'm learning from the book rather than the teachers. I hope that in the future this can be changed.

3 College Junior

Tuition & Financial Aid at San Antonio College: Receiving financial aid at my school can be a hassle. Inquiring about financial aid can be a long process, where patience is required. I believe they can do a better job of making it easier on the students to get information they need.
The tuition I've paid to attend my school has been somewhat worth it. I haven't learned as much as I had hoped to. It is a community college, and I was expecting a better experience in the classroom.

3 College Junior

Career Services at San Antonio College: The career service at San Antonio College do a good job of seeing their students. They have a flexible schedule, and are eager to help you in your search for a career. I was impressed with how well they treat their students. They have been a great deal of help to me in deciding where I want my life to head in the future.

3 College Junior

Student Body at San Antonio College: The student body is very diverse, but some students are still very young and make classes difficult to focus. I tend to like the older students because they have goals, and stick to them.

3 College Junior

Campus Food at St. Philip's College: The cafeteria that St. Philips college is good, not the best variety but its got the stuff to keep you going. I enjoy the food there but they could have more variety for me to choose from. Financially, the food is very well priced.

4 College Junior

Academic Experience at San Antonio College: I'm a art major,and my classes are fun and there is lots of communication. The professor's mainly focus on projects and vocabulary.The projects are to help us out in the future and learning the vocabulary helps us in discussions. I have had a lot of fun learning new techniques to better my knowledge of art.I also have learned lots of vocabulary that has helped me to produce ideas in the art world. The work load for a art major here is competitive but not overwhelming.Your art work is also critiqued and open for discussion.

4 College Junior

Weather at St. Philip's College: The weather is never really a issue and it seemed to me that getting to classes wasn't really a battle for me.

5 College Junior

Scholarships at St. Philip's College: It's always best to have all paper work in a easy to remember spot with your copies of school information and any other information that is important.

5 College Junior

Campus Housing at St. Philip's College: I had enough space to feel right at home and my roommate was my same grade so we were able to bond. I love living with such diverse people as I started my school year.

5 College Junior

Off-Campus Dining at St. Philip's College: Pat's Diner is probably the best priced burgers ever, even their malt shakes are awesome n cheap. They have such a edge in their 60's theme that the food just adds another point in my books n its not that far from campus

4 College Sophomore

Campus Resources at Northwest Vista College: The labs available were very helpful. I used the writing lab a lot, and there is usually an open computer or two in the computer lab or library for printing or research.

4 College Sophomore

Tuition & Financial Aid at Northwest Vista College: For the education I've recieved here, the price was very reasonable, especially compared to the amount I would have paid for the same classes at a more expensive school.
I wish the fees would have been more visible, that it was easier to know everything I was paying for.

3 College Senior

Parking at St. Philip's College: Theres a lot of parking but its so far from the school but the permits are kind of cheap.

4 College Sophomore

Academics at St. Philip's College: most of the professors on campus and available to help students unerstand whats going on in the classroom and give extra pointers to help better the student in class

2 College Sophomore

Diversity at St. Philip's College: i would have to give a c grade mainly because i keep to myself and dont pay attention to anyone around me only my classes and school work

3 College Sophomore

Athletics at St. Philip's College: school spirit is starting to bloosom at st.philips but many find it hard to get it out there. the school tries to do little things for students like passing out snacks friday to all students to try and raise school spirit but i believe the school could do better so i give a grade of c plus

3 College Sophomore

Campus Quality at St. Philip's College: It's ok. We can hang almost anywhere as long as people are not destructive.

3 College Sophomore

Diversity at St. Philip's College: It's pretty swell. Nobody really has these conversations.

2 College Sophomore

Scholarships at St. Philip's College: I have to do paper work for my financial aid since I'm not a citizen. I don't get much and I end up paying from the money I collect through out the year.

4 College Sophomore

Transportation at St. Philip's College: Public transportation is ok in the mornings. In the afternoon is when it gets a bit weird since the bus is sometimes late.

4 College Freshman

Academic Flexibility at San Antonio College: SAC(San Antonio College), is a very flexible school as far as class time around my work schedule. It is fairly easy to pick classes around my own schedule. Also since I'm transferring to an University after SAC, i have verified that the classes I'm going to take transfer the credits with SAC's online website(very helpful).

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