College Senior 2013-08-28T02:42:59Z
The biggest disadvantage I had transferring to Cascadia was that they had a limit to the number of credits I could transfer from my East Coast college. Other than that it is a great school with flexible schedules available, great professors, and excellent facilities.
College Junior 2013-08-22T03:11:36Z
I've had to use the campus network a few times, and the whole process is easy. From logging into our network to printing items. I like that the school has the printers set up to automatically print double sided, saving us money as we're only allowed so many pages per quarter.
College Junior 2013-08-22T03:10:15Z
I think any college that allows for personal interaction with it's professors along with receiving timely feedback on assignments is always a bonus! I've enjoyed going to the campus and being able to find help whenever I need it. I haven't seem much of the academic programs, though I've learned that we have an open learning center, a multitude of private study areas, as well as student leadership and a diversity group any one is welcome to join.
College Junior 2013-08-22T03:07:14Z
As I have only begun my college career, I found the Career Services and tutoring departments very helpful each time I've had to go in.
College Junior 2013-08-22T03:06:15Z
Though I have only begun my college career at this college, and have only had to visit a few times as I take online courses currently, I am impressed with what I've seen and experienced thus far!
College Sophomore 2013-08-02T20:10:07Z
The computer labs are open throughout the day but sometimes get a bit crowded near the end of the quarter. The computers themselves are always working perfectly and printing isn't hard.
College Senior 2013-06-19T19:25:04Z
I had work to go to in the morning and had my classes in the evenings. The teachers understood and was very flexible with everyone because she understood why most of the students in the class had chosen an evening class. She usually had us work in groups and we often got out early because of this. The tests were fairly difficult but the knowledge learned while in the groups was sufficient enough to pass.
College Senior 2013-06-19T19:20:51Z
Online courses are just as difficult as you expect the coursework to be if you were in the class in person. It is easy to get in contact for group work because of online discussions. Although this also poses a problem because ever person does not check their homework at the same time and this can cause them to be late in turning in a portion of everyone's project.
College Senior 2013-06-19T19:15:31Z
Class registration is very simple. You can go in person but its also available online. To apply for your class using the online method you just have to log in with your student number and pin. You can look at their course catalog in another tab, find the classes you want and type in the number on your registration page. If the class is not full the system places you in the class and shows you the cost for the semester. You can pay online right then and there. You can also pay in person if preferred.
College Senior 2013-06-19T19:08:51Z
Computers are always available with several set outside classrooms and an official computer lab on the first floor. You got 500 sheets of paper to print every semester. You can also buy Microsoft Office programs for around $10 each if registered for classes for your personal computer. The members in the computer lab are also very helpful if you are having log in issues.
College Student 2013-06-05T22:08:37Z
Develop great sense of community. I love professors. Cascadia Community College has many international students. So, if you want to meet many diverse people with different background, that's the college you should go to
College Freshman 2013-05-20T23:26:28Z
We have a lovely bike/walking trail and our school sits tucked in a beautiful green piece of landscape. Our campus has a secure corridor for getting to and from parking, classes the café, and the bus. We have an open learning center, a math & writing center, a center for culture, inclusion, and community-this is the space for students and everyone is welcome. The library offers events, programs and services to encourage all of us to feel free to get involved.
College Freshman 2013-05-20T22:32:59Z
The professors share in helping the students do well because they really care and I appreciate this. No lack of resources when it comes to completing a given assignment. The advisors have been helpful and they will direct you in areas you need help with. The registration process is very user friendly.
College Freshman 2013-05-20T22:22:26Z
Very friendly student body and wonderful teachers so far. I have really enjoyed my classes and take my assignments seriously thus helps me get good grades. This is a school of people that want to go places.
Recent Alumnus 2013-02-28T02:04:45Z
This school is very flexible to your schedule. Classes are only two days a week and are offered at many different times of the day.
Recent Alumnus 2013-02-28T02:01:45Z
The school has a lot of computer labs which is nice for working on homework and studying. You are also allowed to print and make copies on campus. One thing that I have noticed however is that the wireless does not always work. I will try to connect on my computer or my phone and sometimes it works and other times it does not.
Recent Alumnus 2013-02-28T01:52:26Z
Tuition & Financial Aid:
It is a fairly inexpensive school and it is easy to apply for scholarships and aid. However not much aid is offered to those in need beside what is offered by the FAFSA.
Recent Alumnus 2013-02-28T01:50:09Z
There are not any post-grad services at my school that I know of.
College Senior 2013-02-06T03:45:07Z
Tuition & Financial Aid:
Sometimes it could be a bit of a hassle getting the financial needed for school. But the education I have received at this school has been great and well worth it.
College Senior 2013-02-06T03:41:46Z
I have not graduated yet to comment on this review.
College Junior 2013-01-27T23:53:04Z
The resources at Cascadia Community College are great. Since we share a campus with UW Bothell the library is huge, there's a gym, many places to sit down and eat, a learning center, and a writing and math center to help you with your school work.
College Junior 2013-01-27T23:51:22Z
My school has some of the best resources to help you with school, from online tutoring to the learning center in the campus. It also has a writing and math center that has helped me many time on assignments.
College Junior 2013-01-27T23:46:34Z
The classes aren't good, the only problem I have is understanding what credits I need to transfer. Every time I go in to talk to an adviser they tell me something different, I've wasted money on classes I don't need because the advisers are all confusing when it comes to the topic.
College Junior 2013-01-27T00:19:54Z
The library circulation assistants are very helpful and great!
College Junior 2013-01-27T00:19:35Z
I have never had a problem with the computer network, printing or network reliability and speed.
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