College Junior 2013-08-23T18:03:44Z
There is a great range of clubs on campus. I temporarily joined the robotics club and am now part of Pi Theta Kapa club. I also intend on starting a hydroponics club. It was very easy to speak to student resources to attain information on starting a club. Student resources is run by students. There are many helpful faucilities at Canada. Such as health services, tutoring, and to attend speaker series.
College Junior 2013-08-23T18:00:22Z
There is a center close to the cafeteria where students can get mentored in how to apply for internships or jobs. There are also many stem speakers at Canada College which is just a lovely experience.
College Junior 2013-08-23T17:57:51Z
The library on campus is beautiful. I have spent many hours there because there is a large subscription to magazines and a large amount of books on different topics. There are plenty of computers in the library. However for students who are looking for a noisier environment; just one floor below the building is FULL of computers for student use. Its easy to print documents in the library. Its not to expensive but I wish it were free.
Also the library holds many sessions on how to write essays for students who are struggling.
College Junior 2013-08-23T17:53:50Z
Canada college has excellent resources. Such as tutoring for multiple difficult classes. The classes themselves tend to be small. This community college has a private college feel. Theres an ability to rent books which is great for students who can't afford a new version. Teachers have astounding academic background.
College Junior 2013-05-21T16:59:30Z
The transfer counselors are not very knowledgeable.
College Junior 2013-05-21T16:27:47Z
I have taken many courses and the teachers are all very helpful and give clear, detailed lessons. I have received As in all online classes that I have taken.
College Junior 2013-05-21T16:25:50Z
Compared to many other Community Colleges in the area, Canada is far superior in their facilities and student assistance.
Recent Alumnus 2013-04-10T17:56:23Z
Some professors are very dedicated to their students success and others could care less.
Recent Alumnus 2013-04-10T17:55:04Z
Tuition & Financial Aid:
After attending private school for a year, I'm definitely getting my moneys worth at Canada.
Recent Alumnus 2013-04-10T17:53:16Z
Lots of career fairs. Most students get jobs right after completing their courses.
Recent Alumnus 2013-04-10T17:52:28Z
It's definitely a commuter campus with an age rage of 15-60 years old.
Recent Alumnus 2013-04-09T22:00:22Z
Tuition & Financial Aid:
I'm recieving a great amount of financial aid. The financial aid office has been very helpful and easy to work with. The cost is very low and easily affordable.
Recent Alumnus 2013-03-31T00:42:12Z
Tuition & Financial Aid:
Cañada College is a very good deal for the education you get. I was able to get nice about of financial aid, making the most expensive thing I payed for my books! My friend was also able to get more, making most of his Cañada College education free. This really helps the students who are financially struggling.
Recent Alumnus 2013-03-31T00:27:31Z
I took an online statistics course at Cañada College. The professor did a great job of posting good instructional videos and giving good practice problems for me to do. I didn't like the online site the professor used. It was confusing sometimes to find certain videos and chapters. I feel a good online course should have an involved professor, and a great, easy-to-use website. The professor was great, just the website needed work.
College Sophomore 2013-03-31T00:17:43Z
The athletic center has a different crowd then the rest of the school. Some people go there as their one class just to lift weights so in my experience kind of dull. Libraries have lots of cool books in very specific subjects! Learning center has free tutoring 2 hours a week. I have to mention their programs like Math Jam where you advance your placement are so great!! And you always see workers keeping the campus in tip top shape.
College Sophomore 2013-03-31T00:08:14Z
Tuition & Financial Aid:
Just to be around professors who have Ph.D's in their fields says a lot about what you pay for at this school. I don't qualify for financial aid so I don't know anything about it, sorry!
College Sophomore 2013-03-31T00:04:32Z
I think canada suits everyone's needs. If you are bad at math then they have a route for you which is slower. If not they have an accelerated program too. Also if you are up for it, they have a whole honors program. That is so great for students who want to max their college experience but didn't get to right out of high school. The teachers are all very different but in an awesome way. As far as registration, Canada deserves an A because they have this rule where if you register a student educational plan then you are eligible for priority registration. I really like taking advantage of such a thing because to me there is nothing worse than not having your classes ahead of time.
College Sophomore 2013-03-30T23:57:59Z
I am a relatively new student at Canada. I am still taking the pre-req's for my major. But I am achieving the grades I think I deserve and learning a lot. I plan to get ahead at every opportunity there is.
Recent Alumnus 2013-03-26T00:27:02Z
Great computer labs open at convenient hours with up to date programs.
Recent Alumnus 2013-03-26T00:26:09Z
The campus is clean and beautiful. The library is a great resource.
Recent Alumnus 2013-03-26T00:25:01Z
I love my major. The classes are very enriching and interesting. The small class size is great as well.
Recent Alumnus 2013-03-26T00:22:10Z
It was very easy for me to get into the classes I wanted. The professors are very flexible with attendance and work because they know a lot of students are also working full time or have other distractions.
Recent Alumnus 2013-02-24T17:16:31Z
The teachers are very low key and easy to deal with. They are often very flexible and reliable as long as you follow their rules. Even though some are very difficult to be in a classroom with, they are still interested in helping you pass the class, so don't be afraid to talk to your teacher. You're in college, not high school, so be serious with your communication with your professor.
Recent Alumnus 2013-02-24T17:08:57Z
My specific major revolves around language, which is not very pertinent to Canada College. There is a big Spanish speaking population at Canada, which helps, because my main language of study is Spanish. However, there is no further assistance with other languages. The Spanish classes are very easy.
Recent Alumnus 2013-02-24T17:05:33Z
As with other schools, funding has affected my school. Classes on continually cancelled due to lack of funding and increased prices. These two factors contribute to higher entrance fees (right now it is $46, which is not bad compared to private universities, but it is definitely hard to balance being a full time student and full time worker at a minimum wage job when I do not qualify for financial aid).
I have met very educated and organized professors here. However, I have also met very disorganized and questionable professors. I always try to double check my teachers' lectures to ensure that what I'm learning is true, but it is very hard sometimes when my teachers' lectures are opinionated.
When the professor is unbiased and genuinely interested in teaching, the curriculum is awesome and very easy to follow. When the professor is not, the curriculum is mundane, and it feels like I'm only in the class to receive a grade rather than learn.
The registration process is very easy because all I have to do is go online and enter the classes I want to take. Registration is first come, first serve, which I like, because it prompts serious students to take advantage of their educational opportunities rather, rather than allow other students (who will eventually drop the class) to fill up those spots.
The workload is very bearable. Sometimes it feels like the hw load is unnecessarily too much, but for the most part it is very easy to deal with.
There are many study options at my school. I do not recommend the learning center, because it is not quiet in there. It is more of a place to hang out with friends and talk. I like the library because it is very quiet and there are rooms you can reserve to study silently in. You can also sign up to tutor, which is very helpful. My teachers are also usually very respondent whenever I email them with a question.
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