College Junior 2013-03-21T20:49:40Z
The Learning Center and Media Library are well equipped with state of the art computers and ample books. The databases students have access to are plenty, and requesting material from other off-campus sites is easy. The Student Services and Enrollment Service departments, in addition to the Financial Aid department, are quick to help and offer solutions or suggestions. Campus activities lack, only because they are mainly geared toward the "traditional, high school graduate" student. The gym on campus is really nothing to boast about.
College Junior 2013-03-21T20:45:42Z
The instructors recogonize nontraditional students have more than just college and homework to concentrate on. They are open to independent studies as well as scheduling meeting that work around you, the student.
College Senior 2012-09-13T18:12:10Z
i was in the nursing program and i think if you put work into what your studing your much better off
College Senior 2012-09-13T18:09:33Z
i think programs should either require to have laptops or provide more computers, there were too many classes having class in the computer labs that didn't need to be
College Senior 2012-09-13T18:05:50Z
I don't know if its unique but students were able to travel to rome over spring break i couldn't afford to go but it would of been nice to
College Senior 2012-09-13T18:03:56Z
I didn't think the college was bad it was just hard when there are 2 campus to one college and both campus don't have the same resources. Only one of the campus has all the extra offices and supports managements that is needed.
Recent Alumnus 2012-04-09T18:00:47Z
Post-Grad Services – I've heard mixed messages from anybody in atheletics. Advisors give good advice on any of these topics.
Recent Alumnus 2012-04-09T17:53:13Z
Expirience in Classroom – Similar to highschool. If you want help, ask. They will not smother you like they did in highschool.
Recent Alumnus 2010-06-23T09:54:34Z
i don't really know since i'm just a freshman and it's a two year college. from the few alumni i met, they did not have hard times finding a job. those who graduate in engineering and diplomas curriculum have a lot of opportunities.
Recent Alumnus 2010-06-23T09:48:41Z
Online classes are like a double load of work. they are challenging, but instructors make sure students get all the help they need by being available for pagers and messages. There is a lot of peer-to-peer interaction with discussion boards about courses.
Recent Alumnus 2010-06-23T09:42:36Z
Network Is Working – The computer network works, and the wireless is slow rarely. anyway i prefer having a computer at home. It makes the work easier. Still, the computer labs are opened even on Sunday, which is really helpful for students living on campus.
Recent Alumnus 2010-03-26T18:03:34Z
This is not a university were you don't have to show up except for your tests. You need to show up for class to learn. This is hands on training. Flexibilty is granted though to those that have to leave early for work or an appointment, etc.
Recent Alumnus 2010-03-26T17:58:06Z
Trade Programs – MRC&TC offers 2 campus settings. The one I attend is geared more towards the trades instead of basic general education classes. The work load is what you make of it. We are there to learn, not goof off. They offer tutors in all areas. Registration for classes is very easy. The instructors and professors have all been eager to help if you are having problems or have questions.
Recent Alumnus 2010-03-26T17:53:38Z
I'm glad I picked an accredited college that covers more than other colleges in the field I chose. I wish my field of graphic design & print communications would receive more funding to expand the labs and teach about more hands on options in this industry. By doing so, I feel they would pull in even more students from further distances.
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