College Junior 2013-12-02T20:01:35Z
Unless you are trying to get into the medical field, I would not suggest going to this school for any degree.
College Junior 2013-11-05T21:39:46Z
I think with my school it is really great that there is a Deaf Studies program because it is hard to find a good inexpensive one in the area. As it is my first semester I can only speak to the abilities of five Professors so far. All of my professors in my major are FANTASTIC they all are so interested in the students doing the best they can and getting the most out of the program. Other teachers those, for the general courses, have been less than interesting. They seem to only be worried about you showing up to class and not too much about if you are ENJOYING your classes.
College Junior 2013-11-05T21:39:45Z
At my college only a Associates Degree is avalible but the professors are all there to get you to the next level and teach you enough so you are able to get into a four year university. The best part of my program is that everyone is required to go to Deaf Events. This Deaf Events helped the students become engrained into the Deaf world and se what it is really like to be a part of the unique community.
College Senior 2013-10-24T14:00:03Z
I have learned so much here at BCC, some classes were easy, considering my own knowledge, and some were challenging, which is academically excellent. I enjoyed learning here and getting my pre-requisite classes out of the way.
College Senior 2013-10-24T13:57:51Z
Bristol Community College was a good stepping stone to help me reach my full potential to go out into the real world. The classes were fair, some were challenging which is excellent. The Mass Transfer Program is exceptional is assisting me to transfer to another 4 year institution. BCC was a good idea right out of high school, especially since I wasn't fully ready for a university.
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