College Senior 2013-10-29T21:11:06Z
Academics are taken so seriously at my school, which I love. There are tutors available almost everyday, no appointment needed. The professors respond to emails within a few hours as well. The registration process is a bit disorganized, there isn't really a schedule for it, plus their waiting list is a joke.
College Senior 2013-10-29T21:11:05Z
Since I am currently going to community college, I am mainly taking my prerequisite classes. I've taken a few EDU classes, but they are all introduction classes. I do enjoy them, I actually find them to be easier, or more interesting then lets say English 101. I feel as though my college is preparing me well.
College Senior 2013-10-29T21:04:43Z
I never thought I could do online classes, and now I am a 100% online student. I thought the work would be easier, but I do find that I am learning a lot more than previous (in person) classes. My professors are also very understanding and helpful.
College Senior 2013-10-29T21:02:03Z
I am a 100% online student, my college allows flexible scheduling and the instructor are incredibly understanding. Many of my credits transferred as core classes, and the credits I had previously that didn't count, were made into electives. Working and being a full time student is a challenge, but my school allows it to be manageable.
College Junior 2013-10-17T06:49:25Z
Tuition & Financial Aid:
tuition cost are great! Financial aid is not too helpful. Getting help for financial aid questions or scholarships are usually deferred and left for student to figure out on their own leaving the possibility of mistakes as a guarantee.
College Junior 2013-10-17T06:26:07Z
although I do enjoy the classes I take, for the knowledge I retain from them. However, these classes are becoming harder to take online, or are not available in a close location. The college is not nontraditional student friendly. The tuition cost are low this is the only thing keeping me at this school for so long.
College Junior 2013-10-17T06:23:09Z
Aside from networks being down so frequently programs work well. They could be better when it comes to communication in blackboard, and email. Also my classes are typically hiden in other links I would prefer that they were not so cluttered.
College Junior 2013-10-17T06:12:13Z
I am currently overseas with my husband while he is stationed here, and my school has made it impossible to consider them for another semester. However, they are the only school I have had time to look into. Their services are unreliable, and not military friendly.
College Sophomore 2013-10-14T03:06:06Z
I'm a general studies major because I want to go out of state to another major university. Other than that my advisors will actually work with me and help me if I decided to switch majors and get on another track for that major.
College Sophomore 2013-10-14T03:02:45Z
The professors are very helpful and understanding. They tend to work with you and help you if you need the extra help.
College Junior 2013-10-06T02:16:58Z
They help sometimes depending on the program, help you find a job or they set something up so that you can have job placement.
College Junior 2013-09-28T03:40:59Z
I honestly do not know anyone from the student body at my school, so i cannot comment too much on this topic.
College Junior 2013-09-28T03:39:31Z
A lot of tutors available upon request, free computer lab for every day use, a library where you can check out books that you need and free wi-fi are pretty awesome resources.
College Junior 2013-09-28T03:35:34Z
Tuition & Financial Aid:
I only have the one scholarship from CAC. That's the promise to the future and it pays for my tuition. I am thankful to have this scholarship although, i wish i could attend and live on an actual university.
College Junior 2013-09-28T03:31:53Z
I prefer peer-to-peer interaction because i need a teacher in a classroom to teach me. Although online courses are more for leisure, i prefer the old fashioned classroom/teacher learning experience. I just do better on tests that are given inside a classroom.
Recent Alumnus 2013-08-31T18:28:49Z
For my online class, it was easy to follow the directions of when homework, quizzes, and discussion boards are due. But there were a few times when a certain homework assignment wasn't available, so I had to contact the instructor. Usually, they had it fixed within a day, but if it happened on a weekend, they wouldn't get my e-mail until Monday.
College Junior 2013-08-22T22:14:13Z
The nursing program provides an easy route to accomplish your goals. The school is even partnered with bigger universities so that you can transfer and continue your education.
College Junior 2013-08-22T22:08:23Z
The advisors are super helpful as well as the workers in the learning center; however, the computers in the learning centers are a little slow and need updating. It was nice though having FREE printing in all centers. The financial/registration office is a hassle and I try to avoid there as much as possible, mostly because there is one mean woman in registration...
College Junior 2013-08-22T22:06:05Z
The class sizes were small and personal which was pretty cool. The advisors I would have to say is the best part. They are super helpful and knowledgeable. One thing I especially loved is that they gave you a map for your degree choice and it lists everything you need in order to accomplish your goal.
College Sophomore 2013-08-21T02:10:37Z
This Campus has a variety of resources. They offer every sport that any other community college has to offer. There are lots of campus activities to attend. The only issue i have noticed is the majority of them are for freshman or people who live on campus. There is a small cafeteria on campus but they have good food so it equals out. The library is fairly big but i think it would be nice to have more program specific (such as Nursing) books.
College Sophomore 2013-08-21T01:59:45Z
I have never had a problem with the computer network. It has always been easy to access. At my college there is only 2 computer labs but both have many computers to use. I have never went to one and had to wait for availability. Printing has never been a problem. As long as it is school related, you can print for free. The speed of the wireless access is average and about the same as any where else.
College Sophomore 2013-08-21T01:56:00Z
I prefer online classes because its easier for me to focus on my work. I have never had a problem with Central Arizona College online classes and I would say I have taken at least ten. Anytime I needed help or a response from the teacher they have responded within 24 hours. The format is user friendly with a lot of resources. I never feel like i'm doing busy work or anything that isn't necessary for my learning.
College Sophomore 2013-08-21T01:50:45Z
Central Arizona College is a really good college. Its the only community college in Pinal County. It has a variety of programs offered such firefighter, paramedic, Nursing, Police officer training programs. I rate it a B because of the location. I wish they had another school in Tempe, AZ or Mesa, AZ so I could continue to go to that school after relocating to Tempe, AZ for a job.
College Senior 2013-08-15T22:51:19Z
The school is good about letting students print. Computers can be slow at times and that can get frustratin .
College Senior 2013-08-15T22:46:56Z
The library is very small. Computers are limited. The student center is small as well but the environment is great. The activities room is small. They could use more equipment. All in all the school is great.
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