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Reviews 433 total reviews with an average rating of 3.6

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3 Recent Alumnus

Campus Resources: Many clubs and activities to do. There are many resources that can help you with your classes.

3 College Junior

Academic Flexibility: In order to transfer effectively, you should find a transfer program. If you do not have one specifically picked then guidance will pick a popular one and use that to plan your schedule. Make sure you check to see how many classes you need to take otherwise you may not be able to transfer on time. Make sure you check that all the courses transfer, and check the universities guidelines because some of the transfer guides are older.

4 College Junior

Overall Experience: It is a great school! The class sizes are very small and you get to know your professors

4 College Junior

Overall Experience: Class sizes are small, professors are very helpful. All professors are very knowledgeable in their field.

4 College Junior

Overall Experience: Many people who went to ECC come back and work. It is a great environment.

5 College Junior

Online Courses: All of the online teachers have a special section where their offices are. Also they are all usually very helpful and have the curriculum set out at the beginning of the course.

4 College Junior

Student Body: Many people live at home, and a large portion is returning students. It provides an interesting perspective, but it is a pretty good social environment.

5 College Junior

Tuition & Financial Aid: There are many scholarships available also you can set up appointments to work on your financial aid.

College Junior

Career Services: This is a community college so its main focus is on associates degrees/courses to help you transfer to another university

3 College Junior

Academic Experience: If you plan on being a Biology/Biology Education major make sure to have a transfer plan. Since it is only a two year school there are only low level Biology courses. The are great and the class registration is all online.

4 College Junior

Campus Resources: Overall a very great school. Professors are very helpful, and you have wide access to many resources.

4 College Junior

Academic Flexibility: I have attended both day, and night classes. Both are high quality. I have not yet attempted to transfer credits, but my councilor has assured me that most of the classes that I am enrolled in should transfer.

4 College Junior

Overall Experience: I chose to attend this school because I wanted to attend a good community college to ease the transition from high school to four year university and attending ECC did just that. I learned how to study, effectively manage my time, and I also learned valuable lessons that I will take with me to a four year college. If presented the choice again, I would still attend this school for a year.

4 College Junior

Overall Experience: Overall, I was very impressed by the quality of education offered at ECC. The courses are in depth, yet manageable. The professors are competent, professional, and amicable. The class sizes are average, and most class styles are very traditional. There is an impressive variety of courses offered for a two year, community college.

College Junior

Overall Experience: I am not aware of the post-graduation value of this school, as I plan to transfer before I will finish my degree.

2 College Junior

Online Courses: There is next to no peer-to-peer interaction with the online courses that I have taken. It is often more difficult to contact the professor, and ask questions in these classes. Registration is the same as it would be for regular classes. The system occasionally shuts down without warning, and will not let you access materials. This can be very frustrating if due dates are fast approaching. The online math program, MyMathLab, is also very finicky with answers. Sometimes it will mark correct answers wrong simply because they are in a different format than it would prefer, a format which it failed to specify. The entire MyMathLab system is very frustrating to work with.

2 College Junior

Student Body: Certain clubs always seem to be very behind in sending out letters, and invitations to events. As in, you will not receive the invitation until a week after the event has past. I have never heard of the student body's activities, so they must not be overly influential.

3 College Junior

Tuition & Financial Aid: Personally, I attended the school from out of district, so my tuition was much higher. I also did not receive any financial aid. My in district friends, however, did find it to be quite fairly priced. The cost of books and materials is what I would expect of most colleges.

College Junior

Career Services: As I am planning to transfer before I finish my degree here, I have not investigated the career center, or any post grad opportunities that ECC has to offer. As it is only a 2 year community college I do not believe that its services would be as extensive as a 4 year college. However, as I have said, I would not know.

3 College Junior

Academic Experience: I am currently taking General Education courses required for an Associates Degree in Science. The workload is what I would expect of a typical college schedule. For my Statistics class I receive math homework that is due at the beginning of each week. Typically 4-6 hours worth of homework is assigned per week, but you have an entire week to do it. Perhaps if you are gifted in the subject area it will take you less time than that. For my English 101 class I have Essays due every other week, with in class time to work on them. The class environment is relaxed, but productive. I would say that the expectations and difficulties of each class vary widely and depend on which courses you are enrolled in. Naturally math classes, sciences and the like tend to be more difficult and homework heavy than english and liberal arts based classes. The curriculum is very in depth. I feel that the teachers cover everything that students should be learning, and do so in a very efficient, understandable manner.

The facilities are very nice for a community college. There are plenty of comfortable places to work, and there are always a wide variety of events occurring on campus.

Unfortunately I cannot speak of the intership/job opportunities as I have yet to take advantage of any

4 College Junior

Academic Experience: The professors are very knowledgeable on the topics which they teach. ECC also has a relatively small student to teacher ratio. There are roughly 20-25 students per teacher in most of my classes. Professors cultivate an environment where questions are encouraged, and almost never go unanswered. Professors also have offices hours available during which students may visit and ask questions. I have taken advantage of this and the professors are very friendly, professional, and quick to clarify any questions or concerns that the student may have. Professors seem to take pride in their work and enjoy the material which they teach. I was very satisfied both with the professors and their curriculum. I really felt like I was getting my money's worth.

3 College Junior

Campus Resources: There are plenty of informational brochures and fliers around the campus on a wide variety of topics. There's informational packets on Study Abroad opportunities, guides on how to choose your major, and many more. However, the brochures that I read were very short, and not overly informative. The best way to seek help is to make an appointment with the councilors, who are very helpful. The councilors seem to have each students best interests in mind, and strive to do help the student to the best of their abilities.

5 College Freshman

Tuition & Financial Aid: Very affordable, I don't have financial aid but the price for tuition and classes are more than manageable.

College Freshman

Career Services: I am still a student. I haven't tried the career center or anything like that yet.

3 College Freshman

Academic Experience: I am not taking classes for my major yet. I am taking prerequisite courses so far.

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