College Junior 2013-07-05T19:10:26Z
My school is mostly packed with African-Americans who can be obnoxious or rude, but for the most part I don't stay on campus after class. Students in class are respectful.
College Junior 2013-07-05T19:09:01Z
Some professors are really into their students and have a desire in their subjects which makes learning easier. Teachers who don't keep the class entertained or are unorganized can be frustrating.
College Junior 2013-07-05T19:06:42Z
Tuition & Financial Aid:
The education I receive is worth the money I'm paying because in the end the money I put into will result into much more with a degree. If you're on time and have all the information it's a pretty smooth process. Thank god for financial help for those who need it to continue their education.
College Junior 2013-07-02T22:37:29Z
In the school I attend, the student body really is a mix up of a lot of diverse people. What I have noticed about it though it's a community college, it mainly directed towards young adults that are fresh out of High school.
College Sophomore 2013-07-01T20:48:11Z
The Nursing Program at this College has a long waiting period and overall I really dont want to wait to continue my schooling. Overall The college is a great school.
College Junior 2013-06-27T21:27:39Z
If you don't get extra early registration you will have to crash most of your classes
College Junior 2013-06-27T21:23:53Z
They don't really offer all the classes needed to take to transfer so you would havr to go to a different school to take them
College Junior 2013-06-27T21:20:48Z
It has a lot of different activities for all different topics
College Junior 2013-06-27T21:13:58Z
Over all good but sometimes classes are hard to get.
College Junior 2013-06-26T08:59:21Z
the head of the transfer and career center is very fast paced and i have yet to speak with another. I am scheduled in July for an appointment to make an updated education plan. Career services at the school though are very enlightening as long as you take the time to submit the tests they give and review the answers. PS i made a Very Lonng answer for my first question but for some reason it was unsubmitted . Grrrrr ...
College Junior 2013-06-25T21:30:00Z
Our school offers a ton of programs to help us achieve our academic goals. There are many clubs and teachers who are there for tutoring, or help of any sort.
College Junior 2013-06-25T21:26:11Z
I took psychology and economics online and they were both great! I learned a lot that I didn't already know and I definitely plan to take online courses again. My teachers were very helpful and involved, they made sure the students did well in order to pass their class.
College Junior 2013-06-25T21:21:01Z
Our campus has a great gym and workout facility, they are always very clean. Our school offers a tremendous amount of activities that keep us the students engaged and everything ties in with furthering our education in some way which is always great! Our student center is very nice; it is kept clean and up to date on all of the things we need.
College Junior 2013-06-25T21:16:48Z
The computers run very well! I have only ever experienced one problem when it came to doing work on the computer, printing, or copying documents. Once in my psychology class (online course), I was unable to turn my homework in because there was a server glitch. My teacher fully understood and extended our deadline by one day. Overall everything runs quite efficiently, I never have problems printing or copying documents or evening using the computer and the schools website.
College Freshman 2013-06-24T21:44:50Z
I didn't think that I would do well with an online course, but I was pleasantly surprised. They do ask a lot of you as far as participation. You must be savvy with the computer. If you can't do basic troubleshooting then you should definitely go to the campus for a class. The online option was great because I didn't have to worry about daycare.
College Freshman 2013-06-24T21:40:29Z
Not a lot of useful degree options unless you are taking classes to transfer to a University. The local universities in the area don't have a ton of options either if you are looking for a Bachelors Degree. If you want a career where you can at least hope to be able to pay off your student loans some day, you will probably have to start here and then move to LA for a degree that will actually get you a decent job.
College Freshman 2013-06-24T21:34:34Z
The only issue I had was when I was doing my placement testing, the network went down and I had to wait. luckily they fixed the problem and I had enough time to test before I had to pick up my son from daycare.
College Freshman 2013-06-24T21:31:42Z
Tuition & Financial Aid:
The financial aid office uploads FAFSA information every 2 weeks on Wednesdays in the afternoon. It is frustrating waiting to see if you can even attend school due to costs when everything else is done.
College Freshman 2013-06-24T21:26:18Z
The facilities are nice. The school looks very clean and welcoming. I am directionally challenged and I have had no problems finding anything.
College Sophomore 2013-06-18T23:13:00Z
Tuition & Financial Aid:
Some very good teachers, but nearly impossible to get certain classes.
College Junior 2013-06-16T02:01:52Z
Im not too familiar with the student government body, I do know the students population is a very diverse one.
College Senior 2013-06-07T18:45:06Z
While my campus Antelope Valley College has seemingly nothing going on in terms of student body activities or pride in itself, I can however say that AVC is a very diverse campus filled with all sort of different types of races and ethnic identities. So much so that I can describe AVC as a very ethnic college, and of not only one ethnicity but of several. As I do wish our school had more school pride or more of a unified student body, I can say that the only reason I give AVC a B- and not a grade lower than a C, is for our resilience as a lower income school. If AVC's identity taught me anything its resilience and strength through ethnic identities, no matter how spread out.
College Senior 2013-06-07T18:36:35Z
The campus resources at Antelope Valley College are actually pretty good. There are student workers who mainly work in these resource centers, and they are very helpful. Computers in the computer labs are all pretty modern and "high speed", with the exception of two computer rooms. Besides that, printing is easy and accessible for any one. While I do wish however that there were free wifi in the library to do my homework and essays while using reserve text books. We do have wifi in our most modern Health and Sciences building, I only wonder why the rest of the campus does not have this wifi, and why its not free in the library.
College Senior 2013-06-07T18:30:47Z
While I have only taken one online course at Antelope Valley College, I should first say that my answer does not necessarily speak for all other online courses at my school. However, that does not take away from my terrible experience in an online Biology class. My guess was that it was a hybrid class, basically I got emailed a ton of powerpoints on chapters upon chapters of complex biology. The class would meet only five times during the semester to be tested on whatever it was we were supposed to be studying. I regret taking the class, also as I think back I had no idea the class was an online class when I first registered for it.
College Senior 2013-06-07T18:14:41Z
As of yet have I had difficulty transferring units, this is mainly because I haven't been to any other college. From what I understand, AVC's catalog of classes shows if their classes are CSU or UC transferable. The reason I give AVC an A- however is because they lack upper level classes such as more Calculus, upper English classes. While when looking at their list of available classes, theres a great many lower division classes. I suppose this speaks to the academic needs of the community.
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