Reading Area Community College '13
Majoring in Medical Assisting
Member since 4/22/2012
Everything Has Been Pretty Convenient So Far. I gave RACC an A because it proved to be an asset to me. The professors there are wonderful and the help and support you receive from the staff is without question. RACC is such a great opportunity to get started towards a great future. I would recommend RACC to anyone who is seeking to further their education. All I can say is, "Thank God for RACC. I wouldn't have changed a thing but to only wish I had more time to get actively involvedwith the many programs and clubs the school has to offer. If not for the fact I'm a single parent with children and a houshold to manage I would've gladly been involved with all aspects of the school.
Everything a Student Needs at the College Are at Their Finger Tips. There Is Flexibility for Class Schedules, Assignments, and Much More. A lot of the people in RACC are mothers and fathers. The classes are managable for family based people. RACC offers campass classes, hybrird, and online classes, so everyone can find the right course for them.
Also at Reading Area Community College, we have many campus events, such as International festival, which is very delicious, a celebration for children, where you can bring your child and eat and have fun, picnics, bingo, and a number of fun activities. We also have a daycare on campus which not only benefits the students that have a child but also benefits the early childhood classes. Although, RACC is a community college, it has many fun events and activities!
The career center at RACC is very helpful in finding a place for each student. I know that the people there work hard to ensure that you get the best place that will fit you in right away.
I like that they have labs just for you to go and get help in any subject you need help in.
This school has quite a bit of diversity which sets it apart from other schools I have attended in the local area, and this isn't a problem for any students. Everyone gets along very well.
Write With the Assumption That Your Reader Is a Companionable Friend With a Warm Sense of Humor and an Appreciation of Simple Straightforwardness. Write as If You Were Actually Talking to That Person. -- John Trimble – My motivation toward an advanced programme in education comes as a result of my unique undergraduate programme at Reading Area Community College (RACC).
In life people have to make choices, in my life I have had to make many,
many choices. I think that my biggest decision or choice would be to actually attend and finish college. I have always wanted to be apart of the medical field and diabetes has always been apart of my life, through family, friends and myself. I wanted to learn and know more about this disease and get into a some kind of field so I can be apart of someone's life- to help them.
So I chose medical office assistant, secretary, billing & coding and phlebotomy.
The college staff at RACC have been tremendous and I really enjoy going to class and putting myself there to listen and learn new things keeping my brain filled with so much information, takes alot. There is always an instructor available to help and lend you a hand even when you think you don't need it. Class schedules are great for me. My only frustration I've had would be myself and the studying but I'm doing it, I can't wait to FINISH and walk to receive my certificate.
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