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Reviews 1090 total reviews with an average rating of 3.6

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3 College Senior

Academic Flexibility: Flexibility of classes hasn't been as bad, but I haven't really gotten to much help in transferring credits.

3 College Senior

Overall Experience: Some classes are good due to having caring professors and good work loads, but others are very frustrating due to non caring and very disorganized professors.

3 College Senior

Academic Experience: LCC doesn't actually have an Architecture program, but they do have classes that help increase the skills needed for the major.

2 College Senior

Overall Experience: The classes themselves are okay. Some professors care about their students and are enthusiastic about their classes. Unfortunately, more often than not, I've run into professors who don't care as much and prefer to teach their own opinions on subjects, rather than actual information. The main problem I have with LCC, is that their Enrollment and Financial Aide representatives are not very friendly, and they don't know how to help half of the time. They often end up giving answers that throw off people, and cause people to get confused because different representatives give different answers to the same question.

4 College Senior

Overall Experience: I've greatly enjoyed my time at the journalism school so far. The classes are very interesting and keep you working. There is a strong focus on doing good work before anything else. The people at the school are nice and easy to get along with. The one change I would make if I did it all over again would be to go into the journalism major right away.

3 College Senior

Academic Flexibility: It's been pretty east scheduling classes thus far. Transferring my credits was automatic and didn't require much extra work from me. The biggest hassle to deal with at the school has been figuring financial aid requirements.

3 College Senior

Online Courses: I haven't taken many online course thus far. So I can't speak too much to how good they are at the UO.

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4 College Senior

Career Services: There are plenty of career opportunities available at the school. In the journalism school especially, there are always multiple events one can attend throughout the year to make connections to people in the field.

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5 College Senior

Overall Experience: The professors are by far one of the best aspects of the school. There hasn't been a single professor I've encountered within my major that I didn't like. Certain professors have over time become more like friends. They are always willing to sit down and help you work through projects, continuously push you to improve on your work, and overall you can tell they care about their students and the topic they teach.

The school offers a wide variety of courses for students to take which allows students to flesh out what they want to do for a career. Often the best courses are taught by the professors you get to know over time. They in turn, as you take their classes, are able to better guide you and help you get to a high level of work.

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4 College Senior

Overall Experience: The work I am currently doing in school, will be the work that will get me jobs upon graduation. There is a strong emphasis on career after school and instructors are more than willing to talk with students about what they want to do and help to get them there. Getting good grades and a 4.0 GPA is all well and good, but in the career world employers aren't going to look at your GPA. Especially for careers in journalism. And this is where one of the UO journalism schools greatest strengths shines through.

5 College Senior

Academic Experience: The journalism program is all about leaving with a great portfolio that will help in getting a job after college. I feel the school is very realistic in their approach. They understand that while getting good grades and passing the classes you need are important, the work we do is more important. And it is that work that will take us the furthest in our chosen career fields. The journalism school I feel, is also continuously looking to find new ways to teach students about journalism and is continuously posing to students the question of how we can make journalism better. These are very unique traits of the UO's journalism program, and I feel it largely sets them apart from many other journalism schools.

In addition to the school's unique traits, the curriculum allows for students to go down many paths to fully determine what they want to do in journalism. The facilities of the school include an equipment checkout, ample computer labs, and study spaces. The only thing it is missing is a coffee shop. The workload for most classes is large and time-intensive, but you know that it is worth it.

4 College Senior

Overall Experience: My experience at the University of Oregon has been great so far. I spend most of my time at the Journalism school. It is filled with nice people, the professors are fantastic and really care about the topic they teach, and the entire goal of the school is for students to leave with a killer portfolio that will get them jobs in the world. The school is in many ways dedicated to helping students get to where they want to be.

4 College Junior

Academic Flexibility: Lane allowed my past credits to be transferred easy

4 College Junior

Online Courses: Online courses add flexibility to your schedule

4 College Junior

Overall Experience: Bob Estill is the best professor possible

3 College Junior

Overall Experience: My focus is to transfer to a University for job exp

4 College Junior

Academic Experience: They offer many courses in CS, CIS and MTH

4 College Junior

Overall Experience: Lane is perfect for what I am trying to accomplish

4 College Sophomore

Overall Experience: I'm really glad I'm starting at Lane instead of diving into a four year university. This will give me time to learn about myself and what I want to do with my life and I think Lane is a really good way to do it.

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4 College Freshman

Academic Flexibility: Schedules are very flexible at Lane and you have many options.

4 College Freshman

Online Courses: I love how available the online classes are. There are so many.

4 College Freshman

Career Services: It is so easy to transfer to a four year college from Lane.

4 College Freshman

Overall Experience: There are several options on how to take classes and schedules are very convenient.

4 College Freshman

Overall Experience: This school is great but degrees may be taken more seriously from a university.

4 College Freshman

Academic Experience: Lane has a good legal program I guess. Most of the classes that you need are online and are actually from UCC.

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