College Senior 2012-10-17T21:50:28Z
Tuition & Financial Aid:
the people there are amazing. They helped me with everything.
Recent Alumnus 2012-10-05T04:55:43Z
Allan Hancock courses are somewhat flexible, yet they are also difficult to arrange. The times that the courses are offered some times conflict with other courses that are required.
Recent Alumnus 2012-10-05T04:49:20Z
The professors I have for my courses are very knowledgeable in their subjects. They make it understood that they are there to help and give their students direction if they need it. The more you interact with a professor the more you open yourself to receiving help if you are struggling with something in class. Each teacher seemed willingly open to help out if needed, and I have taken advantage of the help. Allan Hancock has become more efficient by permitting students to sign up for courses online. Yet, Allan Hancock makes it difficult to take the courses that are required to transfer to universities because of inconvenient time schedules. With required courses being inconvenient, it forces me to think that I will forever be stuck there even though I am a full-time student.
Recent Alumnus 2012-10-05T04:33:00Z
Currently my student education plan is aimed towards getting a BA degree in chemistry. I am pleased with the professors I have to teach me the necessry courses and information I need. There is one complication being the reason why I graded my school with a B+ instead of an A. I find it hard to figure out a simple way to take all the courses required for transferring to the universities of my choice because they are unavailable on certain semesters. Other than the inconvenience of making my class schedule, my Math, English, Chemistry and Engineering class are all guiding me towards the right direction for my implicated major.
Recent Alumnus 2012-10-03T17:42:54Z
I am a Human Resources/Sociology major, and the classes are more than manageable. As stated before, as a young single mom working fulltime, there is never enough time in the day it seems BUT with the help of teachers and fellow students I have been able to progress well.
Recent Alumnus 2012-10-03T17:39:38Z
Depending on the teacher you have for each course and the kind of learner you are, online courses can be very helpful. As a young single mother and working fulltime, online courses have allowed me to make time on MY time better. The only diffivulty, not really a reflection on the school itself, is that I am a much better "hands-on" learner.
Recent Alumnus 2012-10-03T17:37:25Z
Tuition & Financial Aid:
They are helpful and seem to give out good information but do not always let you know about the chance that you are not going to be recieving financial aid for any reason unless you go to them like i did after not hearing anything for months.
Recent Alumnus 2012-10-01T21:24:11Z
A very nice and small campus for students with many resources available such as counseling, computers, library, gym, sports, clubs, and many more. the classes available are very flexible I have been taking morning and some night classes and it was great. It worked out with my working schedule and helped me in maintaining to be a full time student.
College Senior 2012-10-01T02:24:47Z
it was a great school and i am greatful i had enrolled
College Sophomore 2012-09-29T08:24:58Z
There are different activities you can get involved in to meet new people and to have an outlet to relieve stress. For example, I am in the dance concert at my school. The dancers all know each other and are very friendly. There are several ways students can get involved at hancock. I also like the tutoring program. Tutors are always there for you if you need help.
College Sophomore 2012-09-29T08:14:00Z
The professors are friendly and willing to answer any questions students' may have. There are many programs to choose from. The class registration process is simple enough, and the adminastrators are always around to help you out when needed. Being a fulltime student is a lot of work, but it is not too much. There are tutoring services available, and most of my professors advise students how to actively engage while studying and during lectures.
College Sophomore 2012-09-29T07:57:22Z
I am only taking prerequisites for a nursing program at hancock, but I know that the nursing program is very good. I was impressed to see there is a cadaver program for a handful of students who got an A in anatomy. I also like how they divide the program into three sections so you can start work after you get your CNA. The nursing councelors are extremely helpful.
Recent Alumnus 2012-09-25T21:43:10Z
There is a lot of clubs and different organizations that help students academically and also socially because you can always make new friends when you join this clubs
Recent Alumnus 2012-09-25T21:37:57Z
the Student Health Services is a great service for the students! you dont need to go to a Doctors office and pay lots of money if you are sick. instead you go to their office and even get your meds there!!!!
Recent Alumnus 2012-09-25T21:24:09Z
most of the programs that it offers are very helpful. such as the lending library, EOPS, CAN and STUDENT HEALTH SERVICES
Recent Alumnus 2012-09-25T21:22:06Z
i love all the resources that the campus offers, as well as all the lovely staff that is always very helpful
College Junior 2012-09-21T21:49:47Z
I wouldn't really describe my school as having any experiences although I did learn quite a lot from my school. The transfer rates are amazing but it is simply a school to go to not to make memories. If you want to save money go here.
College Junior 2012-09-21T21:47:19Z
My community college is really for transfer students and I know people have great transfer rates. They seem to get jobs afterwards.
College Junior 2012-09-21T21:45:44Z
My school consists of working people who usually have a full-time job or families. Many of the younger students have jobs and are working hard for an education.
Recent Alumnus 2012-09-21T16:26:49Z
Tuition & Financial Aid:
It's not really a problem with my school, but the state of California. The increased tuition on colleges and universities make it difficult, but that doesn't mean that the school itself can't try and step up. I'm paying three-times the amount I paid when I first started, and I'm getting the same quality of education and resources. The school has started to improve in some areas, but not enough.
Recent Alumnus 2012-09-21T16:22:05Z
I like my school. I've had some problems with the administration and their curriculum is lacking is some places. However, they have all the classes I need to transfer to a university. So, they have everything I need, just not everything I want.
Recent Alumnus 2012-09-21T16:19:08Z
My school mainly consists of kids just out of high school or adults trying to learn additional skills. I don't socialize with the student body, so I don't know if they're friendly or not. I've only had a couple of problems with classmates in the time I've been here.
College Sophomore 2012-09-18T08:06:22Z
This grade I assume is average because depending on your career you will find good programs for that career. Yet it is limited because it is a community college.
College Junior 2012-09-12T20:45:15Z
A Lot of Good Resources on Campus – If you are having any trouble in a class, they have many resources on campus to help. There is a tutoring center as well as many help labs in science and math. It is very easy to get the help you need.
College Junior 2012-09-12T20:40:37Z
Great Flexibility – There are many classes offered at different times at my convenience. It has one of the highest level of transfer students, so I am optimistic that I will have a clean easy transfer to a university.
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