College Student 2013-08-28T17:48:47Z
Mostly, my school consists of working-class people with full-time jobs or families. They often juggle many different roles in addition to being students. While they are happy to socialize and make friends, this is not a priority. They are getting an education so they can seek a different life or career.
Recent Alumnus 2013-01-23T18:50:14Z
There is always a way no matter the situation you are in
Recent Alumnus 2013-01-23T18:48:18Z
Very easy to apply to and there is one to one experience for the students
Recent Alumnus 2012-11-18T22:58:27Z
i have not taken a online course at Luna community College
Recent Alumnus 2012-11-18T22:54:43Z
main reason for going to this school was financial and academic qualities although this school does not show discipline and it generally easy compared to a 4 year college
Recent Alumnus 2012-11-18T22:49:02Z
Luna community college has average amount of students most attending for baseball. Luna's academic education is generally not challenging and proceeds to not interest me in higher education at Luna community college.
Recent Alumnus 2012-10-15T23:04:06Z
Everyone at LCC are hard-working people with families and bills. We are all here to get an education and helping each other is the key to success.
Recent Alumnus 2012-10-15T22:56:10Z
Online courses were very convenient for me and I didn't have to travel 1 hour to attend class from Santa Rosa to Las Vegas. I was a little nervous because I had never taken a course online, but I learned how to use the learning system and really enjoyed it. Wish there were more courses in Nursing online.
Recent Alumnus 2012-08-01T19:39:19Z
I love that the Luna Community College campus is fairly small. Because classes consist of about 16 to 30 students, I can get one on one attention from the instructor after class or even schedule a tutor session if needed. I have had great experience with the teachers because they seem to care about student sucess and do what they can to make sure the student passes classes.
Recent Alumnus 2012-08-01T19:34:31Z
I think that it all depends on the student. For myself, I found online courses very convenient because if i had something going on and could not attend class it was not a big deal because the teacher would record the session and post it after class so students would not miss anything important. With campus classes, if you miss one class you risk missing out on a whole lot of information. Also, campus teachers may count attendance for part of the grade. Another thing about online courses that I found convenient was that teachers are online a lot and if you have questions they can be answered fairly quick.
Recent Alumnus 2012-08-01T19:20:57Z
Tuition & Financial Aid:
The staff members in the Financial Aid department at Luna Commuity College are very nice and are fairly thorough in explaining to the studens the requirements needed in order to apply for financial aid. Once the student knows that he/she quialifies they let them know what paperwork is needed and when the deadline is to get it in on time for financial aid distribution.
It is very important that anyone that qualifies for financial aid get their paperwork in on time because you can risk having to wait an extra month to get your financial aid check which can be really frustrating.
Recent Alumnus 2012-06-27T03:29:32Z
Professors Available – The professors are available to students and have the time for students after class. They also have certain office hours when they can be reached by phone, text, email.
Recent Alumnus 2012-06-27T03:21:13Z
Classes Are Very Interesting – I was a little skeptical about going back to school after so many years not being a student. But, it turned out fine. I just fit right in. I followed the career plan and took the classes that I needed for pre-nursing. All my classes have been related to my major and make me want to learn and hear more about the material. The workload is challenging, but, manageable.
Recent Alumnus 2012-06-27T02:51:21Z
I really have enjoyed attending my school for lots of different reasons. It's affordable and small. The professors are all very nice and friendly, willing to assist in anything and fair. I am very proud to be a student of LCC. I am looking forward to graduating from this school.
Recent Alumnus 2012-06-27T02:42:35Z
Tuition & Financial Aid:
Room for Improvement – The education i'm getting is worth the money. I did receive financial aid and it does help, especially being a single parent. The only thing I have to say is that I live one hour away, eventhough, we do have a satellite campus in Santa Rosa and think that we should have more access available to students, such as the computer lab for those who have evening classes and cannot afford a computer or internet. I also think we should be able to take exams online or via satellite and have a proctor available. I think students should be trusted enough to stay late and have a key. I also think that carpooling should be an option for students with similar schedules or maybe even a bus or car provided by the college, especially with rising gas prices.
Recent Alumnus 2012-04-11T16:45:57Z
Student Center – The student Center is also the tutoring lab. I personally have not any good experiences with the tutors, but Plenty of students enjoy the Tutor lab as a relaxing enviroment to do their homework.
Recent Alumnus 2012-04-11T16:32:24Z
Interesting Choice – I have had some ups and downs while attending Luna. I did/do not always agree with my professors methods, but I have learned regardless. Some professors went above and beyond to help me with my studies.
College Junior 2011-06-22T22:51:58Z
Mother Nature! The main campus is very close to some of the most beautiful nature spots in New Mexico. If you are not a fan of outdoor activities you may get bored out here.
College Junior 2011-06-22T22:46:01Z
Computer Labs Never Full! There are plenty of computers in the Library, and in verious places throughout campus and there seems to always be plenty available.
College Junior 2011-06-22T22:34:25Z
mediocre education at great price – Half of the teachers are very smart, capable, friendly and helpful but the other half is incompetent. Because of the large number of highschoolers attending for dual credit, the classes seem easier. It is not a bad school if you plan to transfer or if you are in a financial bind.
Recent Alumnus 2010-04-21T00:34:21Z
Cool School – Most people at LCC are Hispanic, but there are also other diverse people here. I like LCC in this sense because all people are accepted, and nobody is judged or left out.
Recent Alumnus 2010-04-21T00:28:32Z
Getting Started – I started taking online classes at LCC my second semester. They had just started offering online classes, and not very many at all. I took Philosophy, Cultures of the World and Freshman Comp. II. The classes were good because they tended to fit easier in the schedule, however they were somewhat easier than a typical classroom experience, and since the online classes were just being learned, it took time from the course outline to Learn the workings of the program.
Recent Alumnus 2010-04-21T00:19:18Z
An OK School – Although this school is really small and doesn't have a lot of organization or good communication, I would give it a decent grade because I am a High School Senior attending Luna through a Duel Credit Program. I will be graduating Luna Community College with a General Education Certificate now in May. Although some classes are very easy to pass, some also present good information and have a good syllabus to go by. Overall, it is a good school to start off in, but I would not recommend it for a permanent school.
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