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They student body is very great. Everyone has alot of energy and each person is very well rounded. You meet some very great people who love to be around just about everyday. I have met some wonderful people, whom I will miss when I graduate.
The amount of love and care that we as students are shown.
The facilities on campus are great. They are well organized and you can get a very well understanding of many things on campus. Everyone there is so friendly and are welling to help you with anything you may have a problem with, or even just a little question about.
The resources put in place on campus are great. The athletic center is one I am unfamiliar with; I don't know if I could walk in with my own basketball and play if I wanted to so I am unaware of that. Student Support Services is wonderful for both the student that needs help and the student tutor; it provides students with other students as tutors who in the process get paid which is rewarding for the student who worked hard in a class to be recommended by the professor to be a tutor. Because Alabama Southern Community College is located in the literary capital of Alabama, the library is well-kept and the librarians are extremely helpful and very nice; every year in Spring, there is the Writer's Symposium which is awesome from young aspiring writers to hear some of the best authors come talk and share their work. Another great thing about ASCC are the clubs. There are many clubs to join and it's a great way to meet people who have the same interests as yourself which is why I am in the Honor's Program, Phi Theta Kappa, and Travel Club.
The only convenience I've had at this school is how close it is to my family which is the only reason I chose to live here, with them, and go to this school. I no longer had the grueling responsibility of working full time while paying rent living in the suburbs of Atlanta and trying to manage taking a full load of classes at the same time. It has been easy transferring credits however, some teachers which are the advisers, are unaware of transfer credits especially if they do not have the same name. I took pre-calculus my first semester there because from what my adviser told me, I needed it. Come to find out, my college algebra class I had taken in Georgia had transferred in as pre-calculus at this college and the week before finals and after going to that class every Monday night for three hours, it had been all for nothing; I already had credit for that class which I'm sure now that's why my teacher would continuously call me a genius and wave my four tests in everyones face which were all 100's. The administration was very nice. They compensated me for my losses but unfortunately, I had finished that semester with only six hours and not nine.
For the most part though, my experience has been convenient.
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