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Written by Brianna Ortega
Saddleback College is a community college. A student is not going to have the same experience he or she would have at a four-year university. However, a great junior college experience is readily available at Saddleback. One of the unique benefits of attending this school is that there are so many different programs offered (anything from culinary arts to accounting). Not only that, but there are sports, activities, clubs, and organizations that you can join to meet people and get involved. These groups are important because meeting new people is not easy, mainly because people live all over, as there aren't any dorms on campus. Most people live at home with their parents or in local apartment complexes. Getting yourself involved in campus activities and different programs that may interest you also provides the preparation, experience, and confidence needed to go after any career.
In terms of the teachers, some are great, and some are not so great. Choosing your classes and teachers wisely will greatly improve your experience at Saddleback. The ability to save money while obtaining educational goals allows a student to focus not only on his or her schoolwork, but also on a good experience that he or she can always look back on. Whether you are taking classes for fun, working towards a certificate or degree, or aiming to transfer to a university, getting an education at this school should not be regretted. Whatever a student's interests or goals may be, the resources are most likely going to be available; it is up to the student to make use of them and have the best experience possible.
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