College Sophomore 2013-08-16T04:24:46Z
This campus has great facilities. It offers everything you need.
College Sophomore 2013-08-16T04:23:08Z
The computer network is great. I have no complaints
College Junior 2013-08-13T02:00:41Z
I have enjoyed going to school at Mt. Hood Community College. Not just for the social experience but also the academic experience as well. There is so much a student can learn, even if they do not know what they want to do yet. This school touches bases with almost everything, art, science, social science, literature, mathematics and so on. Not only that, you can study different topics that relate to the subject to refine your understanding of any topic. Its a 360 learning experience.
College Junior 2013-08-13T01:49:04Z
Believe it or not, this was where most of my anxiety came from before joining Mt. Hood. I was not sure how friendly the student body was when attending college. However, those fears were quickly squelched when being introduced. Everyone was really friendly even the new students coming in, everyone was helping each other out when needed. Even now as a sophomore everyone including staff have been easy going and friendly. At Mt. Hood Community College you can make friend just by saying hello.
College Junior 2013-08-13T01:45:38Z
The online courses were fun and easy. I'll admit a bit different but online classes really helped when I worked full time, while going to school, I could make time on my own time when doing assignments and projects. Not only that, it was easy to understand and study at my own pace. Lastly, if it was a bit confusing working your way around the site there were plenty of others to help you teacher, students, and online assistance alike.
College Junior 2013-08-13T01:41:47Z
My major is Geography and I enjoy the fact that Mt. Hood Community College does a step by step learning process to fully understand any academic goal a student might have. This I have definitely seen throughout all my classes since joining the student body of Mt. Hood.
College Junior 2013-08-09T18:33:53Z
Tuition & Financial Aid:
I have spent a little time on the MHCC webpage and I have to say it's very unfriendly user wise. It's been very difficult to naviagate and since I have yet to be on campus due to work schedule I'm not aware of tuition and financial aid situations with the school. I know that I applied for federal aid (and got nothing) and had to verify on MHCC site but other than that didn't see any info about other options I have.
College Junior 2013-08-09T18:23:10Z
I haven't yet started my course at MHCC but so far it's been frustrating just getting enrolled and registered for classes. The easiest thing so far has been taking my placement classes. I still need to meet with an advisior to get my program plan in order but due to my full time work schedule and the school staff schedule thats been difficult to set up. I am feeling like this school will be difficult to do with working a full time 8-5 job. I can only hope that I can be one of the first to register to get the few online classes I've seen available or that my work will be flexible with me to take time off to go to class. I've felt very stressed and overwhelmed about this all before classes started. I never felt that I had these problems with my other CC classes I took at Mira Costa in Oceanside, CA.
College Senior 2013-07-31T18:39:04Z
Just took my first online class and wasn't impressed
College Senior 2013-07-31T18:35:15Z
Everything at Mt. Hood is easy to use and available
College Junior 2013-07-29T17:44:03Z
There are a lot of Career services offered at MHCC to students of all levels.They just don;t wait until you are almost complete to offer you help in finding a job related to your degree of study.
College Junior 2013-07-29T17:41:52Z
Tuition & Financial Aid:
they help you keep on track with your aid and if there is a problem, they will use every means possible to contact you as soon as possible to fix the problem(s).
College Junior 2013-07-29T17:40:30Z
Most of my school consist of freshman, mostly out of high school and Vets coming to school to better themselves, such as myself.
College Junior 2013-07-29T03:39:26Z
The whole campus is bigger than you think it would be. They had good tutoring centers for students and excellent facilities.
College Senior 2013-07-13T19:31:47Z
The course was fine. Online courses work well enough for some courses, but in general I don't think people learn as much as face to face classes. I see craigslist ads online all the time asking people to complete their online class homework for money (i.e cheat).
College Senior 2013-07-13T19:28:05Z
I am transferring to OSU and I did not use the post grad services at all.
College Senior 2013-07-13T19:27:28Z
Mt. Hood has been great. From the teachers to the administration staff, everyone has been helpful, supportive, and contributed to my academic success. As long as you are willing to work, they are willing to help. It is not high school; you have to want to learn to succeed. Just like any college (and just like life after college!).
College Junior 2013-07-11T19:52:40Z
Tuition & Financial Aid:
Tuition and financial aid is very affordable here at Mt. Hood. It is very flexible to low income families and students. If you work hard and do well community college can tend to be free. pays for tuition, classes and books.
College Junior 2013-07-11T19:50:50Z
there is a great deal amount of campus resources, in fact, i find there is a resource for many needs for students and Mt. Hood community. However, the advertisement of these resources is small to nil. One would only hear of it if they were to specifically ask for the resources from a faculty about their needs.
College Junior 2013-07-11T19:49:02Z
Mt. Hood Community College is a very good school to start out with. It gives you a first hand experience of what college is really like without overwhelming you. The faculty and student body were helpful and friendly. Mt. Hood Community College is a quiet low finance school that helps low income families have a chance at their dreams. Not only that they also help their community which i find very honorable. It's a very diverse school with a great deal of help and resources for everyone for any need.
College Junior 2013-07-11T19:30:39Z
The school is very flexible however not totally easy. My schedule is a bit weird I would prefer to go to school in the morning but not too early and be about before evening. There are a lot of classes between that period so i would say the school is very flexible in times. You just have to look to your own specifications and terms.
College Junior 2013-07-11T19:27:38Z
I was trying to find a job during school, going to the career center I was not quite sure whether or not they would help me because I was not looking for a normal average job like a secretary, I was looking for a small job as a server for more flexibility. However, they were very helpful they gave me great tips and found me a job working for Red Robin. I have been there for almost a year now.
College Junior 2013-07-07T03:24:23Z
They seem to be just like other web classes. You must manage your time well and stay on task.
College Junior 2013-07-07T03:23:08Z
Tuition & Financial Aid:
I decided to go back to school to become a dental hygienist and there have been a lot of hoops to jump through reguarding the financial aid process. I already have my associates of arts transfer degree and so I had to meet with an education planner, sign a credits maximum timeframe appeal, and do a bunch of paperwork. not very fun.
College Freshman 2013-07-04T17:57:29Z
As far as I know there is only one computer lab on campus. There's also computers in the library, however. But for as "green" as the college is going (aka. online syllabus) I feel like there should be more computers available. All of the computers I have worked on though have moved quickly and worked just fine.
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