College Junior 2013-07-24T15:24:30Z
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College Junior 2013-07-24T15:22:19Z
The professors are great. If I ever have a problem I just ask them and get a great answer! They are willing to spend extra time with you, as long as you are willing to go the extra mile.
College Junior 2013-07-24T15:20:19Z
Good location in Garden City. Modern facility, and laid back campus life.
College Junior 2013-07-24T15:14:56Z
Computers are typically easy to access so a personal computer isn't necessary, but sometimes it is nice to have your own laptop. Printing is available most of the time but occasionally the printer is broken, so it is best to not wait until the last minute.
College Junior 2013-07-24T15:11:52Z
In the Athletic Training program the advisers are great. They are very helpful and willing to work with your schedule.
College Junior 2013-07-24T15:07:07Z
There are lots of resources available, but the computers have a tendency to be down in the library. It is a comfortable campus to hang out on between classes and the athletic centers are great.
Recent Alumnus 2013-07-20T12:21:33Z
Tuition & Financial Aid:
this school has continued to deny me the money I need and have charged me outrageously for all things I have no money and no scholarships I have no way to pay for school I come from a family with a extremely low to non existant income and there is no help ther I need a chance a chance by someone I pray day to day hope god will provde me with a chance to get a schikarship and nothing please give me a chance that is all ask for
Recent Alumnus 2013-07-20T12:15:24Z
the teachers are helpful but seem to also not care to much about the students lives they are quick to fail the student regardless of all the hardwork and effort they have put in over the entire year they been there
Recent Alumnus 2013-07-17T08:41:43Z
Student body is involved is every aspect of activities.
Recent Alumnus 2013-07-17T08:39:02Z
The resources at this school are available at all times. There are computer labs in every building except the athletic building. Teachers are also there when needed.
Recent Alumnus 2013-07-17T08:35:41Z
Resources are always available. Thee are computer labs in every building of the school, except the athletic department. Teachers are available at any time via email
Recent Alumnus 2013-07-17T08:31:59Z
I was surprised how easy it was to have a class online. The only down side to it was no teacher-to-student interaction.
Recent Alumnus 2013-07-15T00:58:18Z
Tuition & Financial Aid:
its was kind cheap but it was not that exciting and most student still had to pay out of thier pockets
Recent Alumnus 2013-07-15T00:57:20Z
there were afew resources for students such as the library or the student union, they also had support programs for students who are stuggling in thier class work
Recent Alumnus 2013-07-15T00:55:53Z
agian it's all about the background of diffrent races everyone has there own groups or cliques but sometime they will unite and make long lasting friendships as well as others who will try to make friend sbu the feel out of place because they are homesick
Recent Alumnus 2013-07-15T00:54:11Z
sometimes the computer worked and didn't worked as well the main problem on the campus was the internet connection which theyu had tried to install wireless at the school but it hd kept malfuctioning
Recent Alumnus 2013-07-15T00:51:58Z
there are diffrent studetns with diffrent backgrouds who wants more classes that will fit into there lifestyle and garden city has a limited set of classes but most of them are not part of their majors courses
College Junior 2013-07-11T22:19:37Z
I've only had one professor so far but I would say the professors are friendly. There's no problem to ask questions. The class registration process is quite easy if you sign up early. There's a limited amount of students that can be in the class. There are also work studies offered to students.
College Junior 2013-07-11T22:16:48Z
My town is a diverse place so it's not unusual to find different ethnicity at my college. In the past few years, we had more African American students attending this college. This school consist of below middle class people. Many of these students work part-time to pay off their loans. There are many students who dropped out of high school and wanted to complete education so they would attend this college to obtain a GED in order to get a better job. There are also students who are going to college for 2 years then transfer to a 4-year school.
College Junior 2013-07-11T22:06:57Z
The classes schedule are very flexible. I can choose whether to take morning, afternoon, or evening classes. There are several counselors and each one focus on students in a specific field. There are a few classes that can't be transferred but overall it is a flexible schedule.
College Junior 2013-07-11T22:03:27Z
There are health allied programs at my school but I wished they had a larger varieties of programs to choose from. Overall, these classes are a good start to get myself in the health field. I am majoring in per-medical studies. I will be an incoming freshmen this year and I expect the work to be a bit overwhelming. The facilities here offer work study and also list job opportunities for students. There's also a few clubs to join. The campus here is small but is a calm environment.
College Junior 2013-05-24T13:29:49Z
Computer Services ignores student computers. At any given time as many as 50% of classroom computers will be inoperative for random reasons. Computers have remained inop for weeks with no action from Computer Services
Recent Alumnus 2013-03-21T17:47:24Z
The resources are tremendous at convenience anywhere you need it. Whether you need some help on homework, the teachers are easily reachable by email or phone. You need some help on homework but the teachers are unavailable? We have what is called a Comprehensive Learning Center. There we have student tutors and professional tutors willing and able to help you with any subject! Or, if you just want to hang out and have fun, the student center is a popular hangout. You can go eat a good meal in the cafe, you can play pool, ping pong, basketball, or volleyball to get rid of your boredom! The resources are great!
Recent Alumnus 2013-03-21T17:30:08Z
The curriculum of being a music major here sets you up very nicely if you are transferring to a 4-year college or university. Since it is a 2 year, professors can just focus on the curriculum of a college freshman and sophomore, which makes for in-depth conversation on each subject, that way you're not rushing through each chapter in the textbook. The workload is more than most majors, but the workload sets you up for your further experiences as a junior/senior elsewhere.
Recent Alumnus 2013-03-21T17:25:08Z
The academics are of the top 10% of community colleges in the nation. And I can definitely stand by it. The academics are challenging (which, I love challenges) and they provide the curriculum, knowledge and information you need. Even though these classes are challenging, the workload is very manageable. It's tiring but manageable. Enrollment is very easy and the class sizes are small and based on individualized attention. Advisors have anywhere between 3-5 students, so the individualized attention is very nice, especially if you need help with something, or just need some advice. It's a great school. I can't say enough about it.
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