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Reviews 250 total reviews with an average rating of 3.5

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4 Recent Alumnus

Academic Flexibility: Overall, due to the fact that I mostly take online courses, the flexibility has been great. I can find out what courses are available online and choose them during the semester I think would work best for me.

The biggest frustration I've had is taking a foreign language. There are a limited amount of French classes, generally none at night, and absolutely zero offered online.

I would like to see this change down the road, as technology is complex enough to handle online French courses now.

4 Recent Alumnus

Online Courses: I essentially owe any success I have at STLCC to their online courses. With my full-time job, it would be very difficult for me to take on campus classes and still have a reasonable life balance.

Unique Features/Peer-to-Peer Interaction: Blog Posts & Messager - these allow for students to communicate with one another in reference to relevant information from the class. The teacher are generally involved in this, as well.

Workload: Generally quite manageable, as most due dates are posted in advance so that you can plan your assignments and life accordingly.

Registration: This is quite simple. If you know what you want to take, you just follow the prompts and you'll be ready in no time.

4 Recent Alumnus

Overall Experience: First off, there is a large selection of courses available and many campuses to choose from.

I have really enjoyed the laid back environment at STLCC. It's comfortable with just enough looseness to give students a bit of personal freedom, but not so much that anyone seems to overdo it.

I only ever had an issue with one class. It was a Gender Communications course, that within itself held a quite a lot of content that I found interesting, but the organization and communication with tough for me to adapt to. There wasn't one set area to check for assignments, the professor would put too much on your plate - completely disregarding that students have lives, jobs, and other courses. Much of the assignments seemed like busy work, similar to what you would expect in a middle school, before students have reached full maturity.

Other than that single course, everything else has always been great! The classes are small to medium in size - generally 25 or less, giving enough time for individual attention, while also providing plenty of peers to bounce ideas off of.

3 Recent Alumnus

Overall Experience: Personally, a degree from this school is very high up on my priority list, and many of the school districts I've wanted to work in have loads of contacts with people who work within STLCC, or have references they can give.

Unfortunately, I haven't looked much into employer recruitment nor career center/services on campus because I have been slow to finish school and already know what path I plan to follow.

4 Recent Alumnus

Academic Experience: Before I was taking classes specifically following a program, some of the general courses I took felt tedious. That may be due to having a lack of personal direction beforehand. Once I realized that I hoped to pursue an A.A. in Teaching, I felt that the program was straight forward while also offering a lot of room for personal exploration and options to take classes I was genuinely interested in.

4 Recent Alumnus

Overall Experience: I have really enjoyed going to STLCC. So far, I have been given individual time and attention from most of my professors, when I needed more information. They always made themselves accessible, and I've always felt that I don't have to hesitate to reach out whenever I've needed assistance.

Plus, the online class options have made going to school while working full-time a lot easier. Lack of money is the only reason I have yet to finish, because the scheduling is overall a breeze.

5 College Senior

Academic Flexibility: online education is very flexible.

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5 College Senior

Online Courses: I think online is very convenient and works well with my schedule.

5 College Senior

Career Services: I think this is very good.

5 College Senior

Overall Experience: my teachers are very professional.

5 College Senior

Overall Experience: I think the prospect that's put before me are good.

5 College Senior

Academic Experience: I feel that the college is providing me with a quality education.

5 College Senior

Overall Experience: I think the college work with me very good.

4 College Senior

Online Courses: Committed students will have no trouble studying from power point lectures. The format works perfectly for working and non-traditional students.

4 College Senior

Overall Experience: Bottom line - great teachers and sufficient course offerings at an affordable rate.

2 College Senior

Academic Flexibility: The admissions representative was very rude and not helpful. My transcripts from my previous school included graduate level courses in education and second language acquisition. When STLCC reviewed my transcript, they neglected to look at anything beyond the sophomore level. I have a life time teaching certificate for Spanish K-12 and they say I have to take freshman level library research and cultural communication. Now I have to appeal and jump through hoops to get those lower level prerequisites waived.

4 College Senior

Overall Experience: The professors in the science department are exceptional. The class sizes are the right student to teacher ratio.

4 College Senior

Overall Experience: The nursing program is solid. The main problem is the lengthy waiting list. Transfer students who possess a bachelors degree will have to negotiate several credits above the sophomore level in order to waive freshman level courses like library science.

3 College Senior

Overall Experience: The faculty could be a little more helpful with students and showing them where they need to go when they need help.

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4 College Senior

Overall Experience: overall the college is great the instructors are wonderfull.

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3 College Junior

Overall Experience: It's been okay so far despite the rock in the road of paying for college so I'm basically at a stand still until something comes along.

1 College Senior

Academic Flexibility: My experience may be uncommon because I did a music major, but none of my credits transferred in from Drake University. Time will tell how many transfer out.

3 College Senior

Overall Experience: My overall experience here was good. If I was able to finish my degree before they cancelled it on me, I would view the school pretty favorably.

4 College Senior

Overall Experience: The teachers are knowledgeable, the classes are reasonably sized and paced, and I enjoyed the time I spent learning.

1 College Senior

Overall Experience: Having my degree program discontinued while I was enrolled makes me biased. But I spent two years working towards a degree I can't get, so I'm gonna call this one a waste of time and pray all (or at least most) of my credits will transfer towards a better school.


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