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Reviews 240 total reviews with an average rating of 3.5

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4 College Freshman

Campus Resources: The school could use a bit more spirit and more clubs in which students can participate in.

5 College Senior

Online Courses: The online classes I took had a a get platform program called Angel and made taking classes on online much easier. Overall really amazing

4 College Senior

Student Body: There is a sea of different types of people at Mission.

2 College Senior

Tuition & Financial Aid: It's alright besides the fact that no one answers the phone. At EVC you could call anytime to ask a question in any department and at Mission I have to drive all the way over there. Alot of staff members are rude and unhelpful. If your not direct and sure of what you are after (especially in financial aid) they will give you wrong information. Also they lost my transcript from EVC, I feel like they don't care about the student.

3 College Senior

Career Services: All I have heard about is job prospects at Google.

3 College Senior

Academic Experience: It's hard because I have to wait for the classes I need. They are not offered every semester.

4 College Senior

Academic Experience: I like there honors programs a lot. They are always there to help.

4 College Senior

Campus Resources: I think the campus looks good and there are a few helpful centers on campus.

4 College Junior

Academic Flexibility: We are always given work sessions that lets us interact with one another. The times of the classes are well spread out and gives a great amount of time to squeeze in a snack or eat lunch.

4 College Junior

Overall Experience: So far, my experience here as been great. I have met some friendly people related to my major and they are always so encouraging and the professors are straightforward.

4 College Junior

Overall Experience: My experience with the calculus sequence were a pain in the butt to deal with, but my professors pushed me to work hard and stay on top of my work load. Also, the physics professors give a reasonable amount to study for and are always willing to help with your questions. The class sizes contain amount a minimum of 40 students.

3 College Junior

Overall Experience: A degree from my school will definitely look great on resumes as well as show that the professors you took are great professors. For my major not many employers recruit for computer engineers, but every so often we get engineer speakers that talk about internships available especially in the summer.

4 College Junior

Online Courses: Online course is self paced and self taught. Tons of reading is required and due dates are reasonable. Using ANGEL helps online courses be easy.

5 College Junior

Student Body: The student body also known as ASG (American Student Government) is always cheerful and also provides tons of events that several students participate in. They also give away free snacks and items that makes you feel proud that you go to Mission.

4 College Junior

Tuition & Financial Aid: Since I receive Financial Aid, I find that I would never take the value of education for granted. Since I don't pay $48 per unit, I try to get as much as I get to earn a degree. from the classes that I have taken so far, I feel that paying for my tuition is worth it. My experience with financial aid office was great. It was not too hard to apply and that the staff working for the financial aid office was helpful in telling me what paperwork I am missing or when I should be receiving my money. My tips for getting financial aid at my school is to not procrastinate on it!

3 College Junior

Career Services: I'm not too sure about the post-grad services held at Mission college, but I do know that they provide several classes for those who have already been through the industry and want to freshen up on a few skills.

5 College Junior

Academic Experience: It is great. Being a computer engineering major and being part of a STEM major only program helps me stay motivated and continue to work towards my goals. Although the workload for engineering takes devoted time, I would say that it will one day bring me learn more about my future career. At Mission, there are always a vast amount of advertisements telling students that their are job/ internship opportunities. Overall, my school helps me stay motivated and want to reach my goals.

4 College Junior

Academic Experience: Professors in the Physics and Math courses are tough because of the work load given, but it teaches you to be a hard worker and prepares you for your upper division classes. The class registration process is fairly simple if you know how to use the portal website easily. Some special study options is to study in the tutorial centers where other students are working hard or the library. The programs that are associated with my school that I know of is the MESA, Honors, and Access Programs. These each help you take the next step in achieving a degree and gives opportunities that are hard to pass up.

4 College Junior

Campus Resources: The resources at my school come in handy. Let me start by speaking of how much the tutoring centers are a big help. They are open for a good amount of time from 8 AM - 6 PM Monday through Fridays, and the staff that work their are always welcoming. The library is a great spot to also get work done, since their is a collaboration room, cubicles for silent work, and a wide set of computers available for up to 45 students. The athletic centers this semester are under construction and the only way to use the weight room is if an instructor or trainer is there. I would say it is difficult to be active on campus.

3 College Senior

Campus Resources: The athletics centers, as a student-athlete, is not the best. The fact that the school provides a weight room only for those who pay for a class is outrageous. A weight room should be open for all athletes. However, we do have a great athletic trainer and athletic director. There are many possible study areas, where the library is my favorite. There, they offer computers where you can write your essays, do your research or print out your things. You can also loan your textbooks up to two hours so you don't have to buy it.

3 College Senior

Tuition & Financial Aid: I believe the out-of-state tuition is way too high compared to the in-state-tuition. I think 1 credit costs $48 if you're paying in-state-tuition, while an out-of-state student has to pay up $250 per unit.. That is truly unfair because international students are required to be a full-time student in order to maintain their F1-status, which means they have to pay for at least 12 units, as well as medical insurance, out-of-state fee and other fees. It's ridiculous.

College Senior

Career Services: It isn't applicable because I haven't really looked into that but I don't know if it's bad just because of that.

5 College Senior

Academic Flexibility: It's honestly very good. I have been stressed out about what classes I needed to take in order to get my Associate Degree a semester early, but my counselor helped me with all that.

4 College Senior

Academic Experience: There is a lot of business majors at my school and I keep seeing them in the different classes that business majors have to take and I feel like being a business major is very challenging because you have to take hard classes such as statistics, economics, accounting etc. This is, however, making me more knowledgeable and prepared for my future studies and career.

4 College Senior

Academic Experience: You can truly tell that the professor you have for a specific class knows what they teach. This is very comforting because you get the best resources.

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