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Reviews 208 total reviews with an average rating of 3.7

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3 College Senior

Overall Experience: Cascadia would be better if the relationships between the administration and students were better. The people at Kodiak corner aren't very welcoming and sometimes come off rude.

4 College Freshman

Overall Experience: My experience entering college for the first time has been fairly straight forward. Cascadia has a great system down to help incoming freshmen make the transition smooth. I have been able to meet with my adviser with any questions I have and received help in planning my college career.

4 College Junior

Overall Experience: cascadia is a great college. my classes are very interesting and i am learning a lot.

4 Recent Alumnus

Overall Experience: The school has many different resources.

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4 College Senior

Campus Resources: Compared to other community colleges in the Area, it's pretty good. The library is nice and everybody there is helpful. The athletic center is being built currently. Everything seems to meet standards but nothing is exceptional quality-wise.

2 College Senior

Academic Flexibility: It isn't very pleasant when you find there's only one class for a subject, and you can't take it because you have another class at the same time.

The college is new, so there aren't many classes compared to other schools.

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4 College Senior

Overall Experience: It was very unique and valuable experiences that I underwent. Even it was tough, it made me to become better person and prepared for next education step.

2 College Senior

Overall Experience: Getting scholarships in community college is uneasy for international students. Even though they have a program they offer very small amount of money.

3 College Senior

Overall Experience: Non academic experience at Cascadia was very smooth, and there's nothing really special to worry about. There is Kodiak corner, the office that helps you with general questions and services.

2 College Senior

Online Courses: Online class wasn't helpful for me. There was A LOT OF homeworks, and very short deadline is given. In addition, when the website does not work, you need to email all the works to your classmates and instructor.

4 College Senior

Student Body: Cascadia community college is an equal opportunity institution and does not discriminate on the basis or face, color, religion, gender or sex, disability age , or any genetic information.

3 College Senior

Tuition & Financial Aid: As an international student, I pay almost triple compares to American students.

It's too bad that I cannot apply for financial aid, and I need money to pay my rent!!:(

3 College Senior

Career Services: They have job affairs at school, however personally our school is focused into IT area, so you can get certificates in IT fields.

3 College Senior

Academic Experience: I am pursuing to continue my education at University of Washington in Economics major.

Cascadia community college can help fulfill the pre-request credits before you transfer. Academic advisers are always there for help your educational career.

3 College Senior

Academic Experience: It's relatively new college, so there aren't many classes. (They have all the major classes, but sometimes schedule conflicts, so only one class or two in a year)

They do offer study abroad programs held in Washington state. Many faculties have possessed their doctoral degrees as well.

4 College Senior

Campus Resources: The class is small, and you will feel more attention from others than huge universities.

I would recommend to international students like myself.

Cascadia shares University of Washington Bothell's library, so it's really convenient for research and utilizing the school system.

3 College Freshman

Overall Experience: My degree will help me to pursue a future career. But I was not offered any jobs, while attending this college. There were no recruiting employees, as far as I know. I've never used the career center.

3 College Freshman

Online Courses: I've taken 2 online courses. One was super easy, but a waste of time. The other was super difficult and took up all of my time! You do have to learn to interact with others, virtually, online. You are usually put into groups and given tasks to do over the internet--projects, assignments, etc. There's is not a very good professor/student relationship because you'll never see the professor. My 2nd online professor went out of the country! You'll also, most likely, never meet your online peers. That's kind of the point of online classes. However, almost any course you take at Cascadia will involve some type of online structure--there's a website that every student and professor uses to turn in assignments, interact, and see grades. But I did not enjoy online classes, personally; except for the part about not having to show up to a real, in-person class.

3 College Freshman

Student Body: A LOT of diversity!!!! (but mostly Asian population/culture). A lot of LGBT and Gay-Straight Alliance clubs or activities. A lot of people don't know what degree they're getting; just trying to get some credits. Political, yes. Religious, I'm not so sure. Ethnic, yes!

3 College Freshman

Tuition & Financial Aid: There's opportunities for financial aid, but I've never received any, even though I applied. Tuition is not bad, because it's community college. But some people may need help paying for it; have would have to fill out a FAFSA and apply for scholarships, but would not be guaranteed any aid.

2 College Freshman

Career Services: There's really nothing that pertains to my major or intended career that's offered at Cascadia. No job opportunities, etc. Have never spoken with any alumni because I don't know if there's a network for that...

3 College Freshman

Academic Experience: I am majoring in Elementary Education, however several of my classes haven't seemed very related to that major. They are just courses required as prerequisites, but haven't been very helpful for my interest in education. The workload is a lot more than high school, even though I take less credits/courses in college than I did in a semester at high school. The curriculum is not always related to what I think would be good knowledge for my major. Some professors like to give busy work that adds up to nothing, really. The facilities are okay. Cascadia has a very industrial-like atmosphere. And most all of the walls are just white, with cement pillars. Not much to look at; kind of drab, as far as color. There were no internship or job opportunities for me, because Cascadia only offers those to Work Study students (low income).

3 College Freshman

Academic Experience: The professors I have had have been good, for the most part. Some of them are very organized and make an real effort to help you whenever necessary. others have cancelled class almost once per week (out of only 2 days/week of class), or have offered little to no help with anything. The curriculum is okay. Not all that exciting at times, but very in depth at other times. Class registration is pretty simple, as long as you sign up in time for classes. You don't want to wait until the last minute or else you'll be wait listed.

3 College Freshman

Campus Resources: There's a library, a student center, some labs for help with writing and math, several eateries, and plenty of activities to do. But a lot of the activities only pertain to people involved with a certain societal group or club (e.g. LGBT), or for people of a certain race. There is no fitness center. There are many computer labs and study areas. There are counselors available for free service. the campus is shared with UW Bothell, and things such as the sports field and tennis court are only for UW students. The campus bookstore also belongs to UW, so you won't find a lot of Cascadia gear in there. Food trucks come to campus every day, and each one serves a different type of food, so there's a lot of variety. But they can be expensive.

3 College Sophomore

Campus Resources: Having the connection with the University of Washington-Bothell library is great and very resourceful. However, there is a major lack of athletic resources or activities. Overall, the campus is attractive and ever-growing.


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