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Reviews 138 total reviews with an average rating of 3.7

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4 College Sophomore

Academic Flexibility: The only problem I had, was that the counselors were never of the same opinion when it came to deciding whether my AP score was usable for transfer. It was acceptable for their graduation with an AA, but they were among different opinions when it came to transferring the credits.The classes and curriculum were flexible; I had little to no frustration.

5 College Sophomore

Online Courses: I haven't taken an online course. I have heard that online courses are convenient and allow people that have jobs with changeable hours a better chance at receiving a higher degree. I don't know about the online classes first hand.

4 College Sophomore

Career Services: They call around to students planning to graduate during a semester and give them a warning if they don't have enough credits to fulfill their plan. The counselors help you in any way they can, to make sure you get the learning experience and the credits needed to transfer or graduate.

4 College Sophomore

Overall Experience: Most of the instructors are very helpful and considerate of your family and job related needs. If it is important then they will work with you. Class sizes usually range from 15 students to 60 students. the class size really depends on what class you take. For such a small school there is a lot of diverse courses offered. There is a gym, a library, a small lunch hang out, a computer room and a place to get free tutoring (or to get extra help on an assignment).

3 College Sophomore

Overall Experience: I don't know how to really answer this question. There are alumni who go out and get a job and then help out the clubs with service work (or so I have heard). I know a lot of college students who work on campus. The career center services are pretty good and helpful. If they don't really have a lot of information about your job choice, they will often find out the path and course work needed so that you can strive to your ultimate goals. I haven't personally used these sources but I have heard friends talk about it.

4 College Sophomore

Academic Experience: I am looking to get a degree in Criminology, and I have been able to stick with my favorite Instructor. My instructor shares a lot of his own experiences that are applicable to the subject and are helpful in remembering the material we are expected to learn and know. Work load is reasonable and always helpful; as well as, thought provoking.

5 College Sophomore

Overall Experience: Its a nice small school. you are able to get to your classes easy enough, parking is decent and most of the instructors are pretty cool and helpful. What I mean by cool, is that most of them will help you out as best they can if you are struggling and are pretty considerate of your needs if you have a job.

4 College Sophomore

Academic Flexibility: There are many classes offered, including night classes.

4 College Sophomore

Overall Experience: The teachers are very approachable and will help if you need it.

3 College Sophomore

Overall Experience: There are a few job fairs that occur on campus, but only a few times a year.

5 College Sophomore

Academic Experience: Being an engineering major is great because everyone works together. We often have the same teachers so it makes it nice to study together.

4 College Sophomore

Overall Experience: Great for saving money. The math department is probably the best out of the community colleges in the area.

3 College Freshman

Academic Flexibility: I had to take extremely early morning classes, because I work nights. They were the only classes available.

4 College Freshman

Overall Experience: To me, the class sizes are a good size. They aren't too big or small. My last professor was awesome and the class was really interesting.

3 College Freshman

Overall Experience: There's not much that I can say about this.

3 College Freshman

Academic Experience: I've only been there for one semester, so there isn't much I can say about it so far.

3 College Freshman

Overall Experience: I've only attended for a semester so far, but so far it's okay. The application process was online, so I didn't really have any human interaction. Pretty much everything is done online, if you have issues with something then I would suggest going in to talk to somebody.

4 College Senior

Academic Experience: The teachers are well prepared in order to teach the materials.

4 College Junior

Overall Experience: Everyone one at this school is trying to get somewhere and they are willing to help as much as they can. The classes are challenging but not impossible, so they make you learn.

4 College Junior

Overall Experience: The facilities are quiet and useful. There are resources here for students who earn a lower income or none at all, including an abundance of computers, books, and free student-only wifi. There are many clubs that are inclusive of different religions and schools of thought, which is very rewarding. Since it's a newer college campus, there is not yet any athletic fields or team, or facilities like a gym available to all students (which most other campuses and csu's have. Clovis community is a great stepping stone for those looking for an affordable education or those looking to transfer to a UC or CSU with their General Education finished for a fraction of the price you would pay if you started at a CSU or UC.

4 College Sophomore

Overall Experience: Clovis Community College is a great place for many different types of students. It has some great and comprehensive general ed classes for those looking to get them cleared to transfer, as well as a good number of programs for specific majors to achieve a degree. If i could do it all over i'd choose my school again, however the only thing that would keep me from doing otherwise would be the lack of intermediate digital art classes.

4 College Junior

Overall Experience: Great, my instructors are very nice as well as the people at the school. I just wish more information about financial aid could've been posted. Another thing that would have made the beginning of school easier is if I would have known what books to get ahead of time

4 College Senior

Overall Experience: The school is fairly new and contains many resources that are not found in a community college of its age and size.

3 College Junior

Overall Experience: I have found my school to have wonderful resources such as a library, writing lab, and tutoring on campus. The teachers are helpful as well as the students.

4 College Junior

Overall Experience: Clovis Community College is a great way to start your college career. It is small and the professors, advisors, and staff truly care about your education. The tuition, student fees, and books are very reasonable prices. My favorite part that CCC has to offer is dual credit. During my senior of high school, I was able to complete 9 credit hours for FREE!!! I saved myself and my parents money. I love the environment that CCC has and the fact that I am close to home.

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