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Reviews 279 total reviews with an average rating of 3.6

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3 College Junior

Overall Experience: It really depends on the professor if you are going to understand and succeed in his or her class. I feel like out of the four professors that I had for my first semester, only one was horrible. The class sizes are okay, and the quality of the course just depends on the professor; whether he or she is a good professor or not. There is not that many majors offered compared to other colleges since it is pretty small.

2 College Junior

Overall Experience: I haven't really seen any employee recruiters on campus, but I have heard of job internships. The student center is not the best since I feel the bookstore tricked me into spending a good portion of my money on books and made me believe that I could get a refund on my money, but at the end I did not get a cent back. The alumni network is okay at the beginning of the year but gets weak towards the middle and the end of the year.

3 College Junior

Campus Resources: This college is not the best at sports, but it does have a gym and a workout area where athletes can go play and exercise. It is quite small though. The student center is decent since it has the bookstore, a lunch area, and even a nurse and counselor you can talk to if you have health concerns. The library is decent because it has two computer labs, but it could use more books.

3 College Junior

Career Services: The career centers are okay because they have most of the classes that you need to take for that certain degree all in one building or in buildings close to each other. The job prospects for the degree that I picked are fairly decent considering the fact that there are at least 4-5 places that I have heard of that need people with the degree that I am getting. The alumni network is okay since it's a small college and you can make friends easier.

1 College Junior

Tuition & Financial Aid: The education that I am getting for the cost of tuition is pretty fair. It is not as expensive as it is in other colleges, and as long as you get a good professor you will understand what you are supposed to learn. The financial aid office at this community college is the worst because I had to go several times to fix problems with my FAFSA and give them papers they asked for. At the end I turned a ton of documents and received money that paid only for my classes. I had to personally spend money out of my pocket for books; which are extremely expensive.

3 College Junior

Online Courses: The online courses can be more difficult than the actual classes because if you don't understand something you do not have the teacher available to help you like in a normal classroom setting. I haven't really taken any online courses but I have had to go online to look at a video or some notes for most of my classes. The teachers do leave feedback on certain assignments. It just depends on the teacher you get. Registering for classes is really easy online.

4 College Junior

Academic Flexibility: Only of the few great things this school has is the flexibility they have with schedules. I have been able to take all the classes I need or want so far, and still be able to go to my part-time job. They have both morning and afternoon classes for basically all the classes they offer.

3 College Junior

Student Body: The student body here is very boring. Most of us just come to classes and then go home. Most students are white with a few Hispanics (like myself), a few African Americans, and only 2-3 Asians that I have seen so far. Most of the students that come here because they are either too poor to afford a bigger college, are too dumb to be accepted to other colleges, or just want a small degree they can get easier here than in another college. Overall, the student body is not very outgoing.

3 College Junior

Academic Experience: The work is mostly on the computer, but since I do have to take other classes that are tech-related that are not computer based, the work can come straight from a book and it is really boring. This major that I picked is mostly picked by males so lots of times I am the only girl in the classes, and it gets really lonely.

3 College Junior

Academic Experience: The professors are okay. Out of the 4 professors that I had only one gave me a hard time because he didn't really teach but he expected his students to do good on his exams. Class registration is very simple because you can do it on your own online. The workload is good; it's really heavy sometimes but there is a few days in which you can take it easy and still finish your work. Since it is a community college it mostly has associates degrees; so any fancy degree for any career is not really included. I do like the clubs here though. They are very engaging and interesting. The clubs are probably the only reason to come to this community college.

5 College Senior

Career Services: love it but parking is hard

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3 College Sophomore

Online Courses: I have taken 1 online course and prefer classroom

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4 College Sophomore

Academic Experience: I enjoy the one to one interaction with my teacher

3 people found this useful Report
4 College Sophomore

Academic Experience: Teachers are helpful and there when needed for help

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4 College Sophomore

Campus Quality: Being an older student the college is helpful

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4 College Sophomore

Career Services: Very helpful in explaining to me my future options

5 College Junior

Campus Resources: the library has many resources for students. even personal study rooms

4 College Junior

Campus Resources: there is wireless connectivity in every building. printing is available almost everywhere, it can cost .5-.10 per page

5 College Junior

Overall Experience: It is a very small campus. with small class sizes.

4 College Junior

Tuition & Financial Aid: its relatively cheap to attend. most costs can be covered by financial aid.

5 College Junior

Academic Experience: Majoring in Agriculture at my school is a very unique experience. class does not seem like work, its fun.

5 College Junior

Academic Experience: Other than lots of projects my classes are fairly easy

5 College Junior

Career Services: the advisors are very helpful and do not put you in classes that will not transfer if you ask them about it.

5 College Junior

Student Body: Everyone I have interacted with so far has been extremely kind

4 College Junior

Academic Flexibility: Some of the teachers can be extremely strict when it comes to grades. no extra credit is offered. sometimes the teacher is easy and gives all open book tests

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