Central Texas College '14
Majoring in Electronics Maintenance and Repair
Member since 5/14/2012
Well, to be blunt, CTC has a nice selection in applicable skills while having maintaining the courses for higher degree plans.
If you need it, the campus has it. The library is decent sized, has a media lab and students should have no problem finding the information they need.
The network is decent, but campus-wide and a bit slow. It's always available, and for what it's worth, it's reliable. The ocassional hiccup is noted.
Pretty Good. I've had 0 issues with the school. The classes aren't massive, so getting assistance with anything is pretty simple. Teachers KNOW what they're talking about. They aren't just feeding you crap from the book, and expecting you to be able to recall all the useless information from the books. Teacher's expect you to know, and at the very least, apply the knowledge gained. Honestly, it's how it needs to be.
Decently Simple – Finding the info is pretty easy, and applying is just as easy.
Strongly recommend calling in before going, as each person may need different things. It can greatly reduce wait times.
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