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Reviews 3796 total reviews with an average rating of 3.7

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4 Recent Alumnus

Career Services at Palo Alto College: I know other people who have graduated and had a great experience with the career services. I am a transferring student so this does not apply to me. They have helped me find a part time job that fits my school schedule.

3 Recent Alumnus

Campus Resources at Palo Alto College: Palo Alto is such a large campus and has many students. Resources are available but the lines are ridiculous or the appointment dates are going into the next month. They are pretty good about letting you know if your appointment is cancelled and help you reschedule you. Advisors are great and I feel that’s an important in having a successful college career. Professors are great and helpful. Not all are great but most of them are. I use rate my professor to choose my professor the best advice is from other peers. Paying tuition is a hassle they no longer allow you to pay with a creidt card. I know that us a huge problem because some people dont trust inputting their card info online. It has raised a big problem.

4 Recent Alumnus

Campus Resources at Palo Alto College: All the buildings are great! They are always clean and sanitary. Many people have a miss conception of this campus as being dirty and trashy. This is because it is located on a not so wealthy side of town. They are opening a brand new gym free to students and staff. The landscape is great they always make sure everything looks clean. Overall this is a beautiful campus despite being on a rough side of town.

3 Recent Alumnus

Campus Resources at Palo Alto College: Almost each online course I have taken I have had trouble with because of the program they use. Things will say not complete and when you tell your professor they kind of brush you off and are like oK! I’ve heard that a million times. Very frustrating I prefer in class classes. Sometimes when they want to show something off of YouTube or how to access a certain website the internet goes down. The campus wifi is good it works almost anywhere on campus and is pretty open so your not restricted on what you can go into. Computer labs are always moving and don’t post clearly where they were moved to. So I prefer to use mine at home or go to the closest library nearby. This past semester they decided to change the library into something else. So they had something called the library cart. You would go in and tell them what book you needed and it would take a long time for them to fish out that book from storage. They didn’t keep good track of the books available on the school’s library website.

5 College Junior

Campus Resources at San Antonio College: I do not go to SAC I got to Northeast Lakeview. I just chose this school because my school was not up there.

2 College Junior

Academic Experience at Palo Alto College: I have to give this grade because my major was dropped. I am still able to finish it because I was locked in, but it is no longer offered. My adviser is awesome, though, and I know she is always available to me. The grade is no reflection on her, but on the fact that my major is no longer available.

5 College Junior

Student Body at Palo Alto College: Palo Alto boasts a wide mix of backgrounds. I have seen Hispanic, black, white, young, old, Christian and atheist, gay and straight, extreme right wing and extreme left wing. I have never seen anything but acceptance and openness, even when people disagreed. It is a very welcoming environment.

4 College Junior

Campus Resources at Palo Alto College: There is a vet tech program that I believe is unique for the area. They have just put in a fitness center. Most of the instructors are dedicated to the school -- last semester I had one who also teaches at a local 4-year university, and she said she was much more attached to Palo Alto. She said if she won the lottery, she would still teach at Palo Alto because she loved the school so much.

4 College Junior

Online Courses at Palo Alto College: I have taken several online or blended courses, and it has almost always been good. One class was a nightmare, though, because the teacher was so unorganized and horrible at written communication. The only other class I had a problem with was one that had some amount of group work in it, and my group just sucked. They wanted to wait until the last minute to do projects, and because it was online, it's not like I could corner them after class. I would not say that they are easier courses, but it is really good not to have to drive all the way to college, which is quite a commute for me. You do have to have some amount of self-drive and focus, but really, you still have deadlines to meet, homework and tests due, and usually a teacher within fairly easy reach.

3 College Junior

Campus Resources at Palo Alto College: I have had a difficult time getting my laptop to stay connected to the wireless network. When I was in class last semester, the instructor told us not to count on using the printer in the room because it always lacked paper. I have usually used my own equipment, so can't say too much about the labs or printing on campus. When I did have to use the library equipment, it all worked smoothly. But I would highly suggest having your own computer and printer if possible. That makes it all so much easier.

3 College Junior

Campus Resources at Palo Alto College: They just opened a new fitness center for students and faculty -- it's free to use with an identification card. Campus is pretty and welcoming, with lots of plants. The library is currently being renovated, so those resources are a little limited at the moment, but it's great that it is being redone. The student center needs work. It isn't a good place to study or meet with a group. Most of the chairs are not that comfortable, and sounds echo too well. I think my main complaint with the campus is the lack of cozy studying corners. Even the chairs and tables outside are uncomfortable and not good for writing purposes.

5 College Senior

Academic Flexibility at Palo Alto College: Most if not all of my credits from UTSA transferred without a hitch. The classes are designed to be flexible from the start, so there should be no hassles nor frustrations.

5 College Senior

Campus Resources at Palo Alto College: The academic program is the best! The faculty will bend over backward in order to make sure you succeed! They are experts in their fields that are always willing to help!

4 College Senior

Campus Resources at Palo Alto College: the gym is always available, as well as the natatorium. The student union area is always a good place to drop in, and get something to eat, as well as relax between classes.

5 College Senior

Student Body at Palo Alto College: The student body has always been very diverse. People from all over the world attend classes here, and no one is made to feel out of place...by anyone!

4 College Senior

Campus Resources at Palo Alto College: The computer network at school is adequate. The coursework I have taken, if it was necessary, I did on my own computer. Although, when needed the school system worked just fine. The labs are always staffed by volunteers that are always willing to invest the time in helping others. The wireless access is always available, and if some downtime is needed it is announced ahead of time.

5 College Senior

Campus Resources at San Antonio College: I LOVE the campus activates. There's is always something new fun and interesting going on at the student center. Plus there are many computer labs available in many buildings for any student that may need them.

4 College Senior

Online Courses at San Antonio College: The online course I took was great. The work load wasn't to hectic and I always knew what my grade was.

4 College Senior

Academic Flexibility at San Antonio College: I chose this school because of the program they have. It is more inftormative than the technical schools and much more affordable.

4 College Senior

Academic Experience at San Antonio College: The teachers are knowledgeable, and the curriculum odds doable. The class registration can be a nightmare sometimes but your advisor can always help you with that.

5 College Senior

Academic Experience at San Antonio College: I'm a medical assistant major and I LOVE my teachers. They know exactly what they are talking about.

4 College Senior

Student Body at San Antonio College: Most of the people in my classes are working parents and understand how important it is to get an education and help each other out when it is needed

3 College Sophomore

Tuition & Financial Aid at San Antonio College: The education is worth more than you will pay. I will give it that much.

My only caveat is this: Have all of your paperwork ready. All of it. It takes a significant amount of time for them to process it. Especially if you need to turn in your IRS transcript from the previous year. I would suggest picking one up before you ever turn in your package at the school.

3 College Sophomore

Academic Experience at San Antonio College: Overall, it's been a good experience. I've only had one distinctly hostile instructor, but the rest have been great.
The curriculum is good, but I would suggest taking core classes online, as they don't require specialized knowledge or distinctly unique instruction.
My major complaint is the registration process. It requires an online application that takes days to be reviewed, followed by a grindingly slow bureaucracy that isn't distinctly interested in getting students into classes.

2 College Senior

Parking at St. Philip's College: Parking is very bad because there are so many students. If you don't get to school early enough u will have to park very far from the buildings.

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