College Senior 2013-07-14T10:56:54Z
The program I am in right now is a transitional one LPN to RN. The school has a 98% pass rate on the NCLEX. I expected it to be difficult. So far it has been worth it.
Recent Alumnus 2013-06-22T19:54:26Z
The professors at SC4 really did care about the students, so long as the students put forth the effort. It is a fine school for gaining the basics you need before completing your major.
Recent Alumnus 2013-06-22T19:48:26Z
I am still an undergraduate working towards my first bachelor's, so I cannot provide an accurate opinion on this matter.
Recent Alumnus 2013-06-22T19:47:03Z
I came to SC4 to take my basic classes, and they managed to make it an enjoyable experience. The professors cared to know who you were, so long as you respected them and their classes. It is a solid school for those who need help figuring things out.
College Junior 2013-05-06T17:14:42Z
The teachers are very great in helping you understand the material. This is one of the better Nursing programs in Michigan and I am proud to go.
College Junior 2013-05-06T17:13:13Z
The students have a great relationship with the teachers. I would give an A but there are a few sour patches that make the school not so fun to go to. The online classes are great and everything else seems perfect
College Senior 2013-04-21T00:32:16Z
Tuition & Financial Aid:
SC4 is very affordable and easy to go through their financial aid. Their financial aid office is very helpful and the staff is friendly.
College Senior 2013-04-21T00:11:19Z
The lab is in the library which is accessible to everyone, but I find the printing to be very expensive. I find they have updated software and quick service.
College Senior 2013-04-21T00:09:02Z
My school is right next to a major bus stop which allows people that can't get to school any other way a way to get there. It makes everyone feel accepted and doesn't look down on the students. I love how older students are encouraged to come
College Senior 2013-04-10T01:03:14Z
When I started this college I was able to transfer credits for classes that were prerequisites for my degree and had no problem. The adviser told me which classes would transfer and set up a schedule for the remaining classes I needed to take for my degree. The only downfall for this school is the limited class space for nursing required classes. If you have a nursing class that you need to register for you need to be up early and register. And always sign up for the class even if you have to go on a wait list. There are people that will drop their class and you will get in.
College Senior 2013-04-10T00:53:06Z
Tuition & Financial Aid:
I have never had a hard time getting my financial aide completed when I applied. Other schools have made it difficult for me to get financial aide. Most of the problems have been with schools that are completely internet based for financial aide and I was not notified of what they needed to complete the process. With St Clair I get letters and phone calls from the staff about what they need to finish my financial aide.
College Freshman 2013-03-28T19:01:30Z
Tuition & Financial Aid:
The staff is the financial aid office was very nice and helpful
College Freshman 2013-03-28T19:01:00Z
College Student 2013-03-26T03:14:04Z
the campus provides us with proper training to use its search engines and the library appropriately instead of resorting to Wikipedia.
College Student 2013-03-26T03:09:02Z
i am not yet in the program, but i am taking the pre-requisites for my class, they are not a cake walk but it is interesting. I also job shadow at a physical therapy office frequently to get my foot in the door.
College Student 2013-03-26T03:05:37Z
Every time there is an event taking place on campus the teachers find a way to relate it to our material and offer extra credit for going to these after class activities like when Tim Skubick came to town. it was really cool to be pushed to attend something that id never find myself at and actually grab some information and knowledge, it was a really great experience.
College Sophomore 2013-03-16T00:06:08Z
Online classes were beneficial because I was able to take more classes than normal because I didn't actually spend time in the classroom. I did well with them but there was a lot more work involved than there is in traditional classes.
College Freshman 2013-03-12T01:27:34Z
The professors usually hand out a syllabus but always make it clear that the dates are never set in stone. They want to be sure that they are moving at an appropriate pace for that individual class. If you are going to miss class, they are also fairly willing to let you know what you need to to do catch up.
College Freshman 2013-03-12T01:21:42Z
Tuition & Financial Aid:
The classes are by far much cheaper than any larger or private university. Unfortunately many of their textbooks require "SC4 Editions" which leaves no options for ordering books online for less money.
College Freshman 2013-03-12T01:16:00Z
The computers work well; SC4 has their own data base that has access to tons of information. There is also free printing for the time being. It is easy to access wifi anywhere on campus, you just need your student ID and password.
College Freshman 2013-03-12T01:13:09Z
A large portion of my school consists of high school students or students who just graduated high school within the last 2 years. The other portion mainly consists of people over the age of 35 who are looking to further their education. In general, the people are fairly unsocial; people are usually there to get their credits and move on. People often skip classes and many of the teachers are ok with that.
College Freshman 2013-03-12T01:02:19Z
There are plenty of faculty available for assistance in the library, and they are always willing to help. The teachers are also very friendly and enjoy getting to know their students a little more personally. There are not a lot of programs here, but it's only a 2-year college. If students need a place to go between classes, they can always go to the student center and hang out with the other students. It is a nice way to relax and socialize or do your own thing.
College Freshman 2013-03-12T00:55:59Z
St. Clair Community College has a very useful library with plenty of help if you need it. They also have tutors for certain classes such as math, and a student writing center to help students with their essays. SC4 does have a gym, but the sports are small and not very advertised. There are also not very many campus activities nor does there appear to be much school spirit.
College Senior 2013-03-05T15:23:59Z
I definitely feel as though I have been academically challenged at SC4. The work is challenging and reveals that I don't know as much as I thought I knew! My professors have helped me see the world in new ways. Their passion for the material in their course has also given me a more of a passion for it as well.
College Senior 2013-03-05T15:18:00Z
I hope to go into social work. The ONLY thing negative I can say about my experience at SC4 is that they don't have a social work program. However, my time here interacting with my professors and the staff has been a wonderful experience. I am not only academically challenged in my classes by my professors, but I am also positively encouraged and can see that they truly love students. My professors have provided me with challenging work but work that is also manageable and tries their best not to overload their students. Most importantly though, they listen to what their students have to say and respond to them, while still holding authority and dignity in the classroom.
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