College Junior 2013-11-05T17:39:25Z
This school provides programs to help study for classes. Tutoring is available if needed and teachers are flexible to the students' schedules. I think that my psychology teacher gave me insight to believe that the teachers do care about the students' future. The workloads are average but are so resourceful that it is really hard to fail a class unless the student's motive is negative. I believe that the teachers make the classes easier for students to get involved in. Technical support really helps in any situation.
College Junior 2013-11-05T17:31:18Z
Unfortunately, I am a student worker. I work part-time and am trying to go to school. My advisor has always made time to see me and help me through my struggles. The teachers have made themselves available to students for a majority of the time in day. When I was registered in classes I was having trouble with my work schedule and getting it around my school schedule. A few of my teachers were able to work with me to get my studies and homework prioritized. I was able to get my work organized and in time began to show progress. I am thankful that the teachers are involved in class and make time for their students.
College Junior 2013-11-05T17:25:15Z
Students and staff at the Walla Walla community college are very spirited and involved in extra curricular activities. The pride this school illuminates is completely phenomenal. The educators provide excellent teaching methods to help the students learn and makes it so they enjoy what they are being taught. The areas that are available for quiet study offer the best quality anyone can ask for. So many varieties of extra curricular activities complete this exquisite facility as an outstanding place to be. Tournaments gain the students attention and response as so many are involved. I think Walla Walla Community College is an excellent school to be enrolled in. I look forward to my future as a student here.
College Senior 2013-10-17T02:18:47Z
I loved my classes and my professors were very knowledgeable, but the process of transferring to a four year university was more hassle and confusing than it should have been. My credits did not transfer properly into my major of wildlife biology, even though the classes were very much associated with this major.
College Junior 2013-09-10T22:37:13Z
I have not graduated yet, but almost all of my friends that have graduated have successfully found jobs, or potential jobs.
College Junior 2013-09-10T22:34:08Z
From personal experience, I have found there to be a strong mix of different ethnic backgrounds, different ways and walks of life. Students seem to naturally find those similar to themselves to socialize with, but it is also very easy to find those who have a compliment of differences to learn from and be friends with.
College Junior 2013-09-10T22:29:17Z
Tuition & Financial Aid:
I am getting an excellent education, and I am very happy about the quality of learning I am receiving. I feel that it will benefit me in the long-term with how much I know. I know that I will make a difference with my degree because I will be helping people. The tuition has gone up since my first year here, but it is still affordable. I am working harder this year to get more financial aid and scholarships to help me pay for school. I've learned that getting your FASFA in on-time is very important!
College Senior 2013-09-06T22:44:25Z
I am a soon to be Sophomore, so It's hard to say much on this topic. As from what I've experienced, its been really understandable. The classes that are taken the fastest, are the most common general ed. classes, but no matter what you'll be able to fit them in sometime throughout the year. I think that they system was made very well.
College Senior 2013-09-06T22:40:46Z
I am a Computer Science major, and I know that the classes I've been taking are really going to benefit me. A long with the direct career classes, came the general ed classes. These are the ones that really blew my mind. I learned so much, and it didn't seem overwhelming. I really liked how the professors were able to spread the workload evenly throughout the quarter.
College Senior 2013-09-06T22:38:03Z
Tuition & Financial Aid:
I feel that the Tuition & Financial aid at WWCC is truely manageable. I myself, am fortunate that I live with my parents and don't pay rent, but the school is really good about providing assistance. If you truly need the money, they will help you find it.
College Senior 2013-09-06T22:34:13Z
Everyone seemed to be really friendly. I didn't find my self alone in a classroom, feeling like I was going to be the only one lost in the new material. The professors really know how to bring life into the class, and make it easier for the students to interact. I feel that this makes it easier for students to do the same, even when they're not in the classrooms.
College Senior 2013-09-06T22:32:41Z
It's really amazing how much I have learned in just three quarters. I would never have imagined that I would be able to write an essay a week for a few months. I am really happy that I decided to move on and go into college. This school has made my life more interesting. Can' t wait to learn more!
Recent Alumnus 2013-09-04T19:24:04Z
There are some classes which do not transfer, and there has been confusion about which classes I will need to take to transfer.
Recent Alumnus 2013-09-04T19:18:46Z
Computers are INCREDIBLY slow, and the internet is spotty in a lot of places.
Recent Alumnus 2013-09-04T19:01:03Z
Theatre! The director is fantastic and I really enjoy the plays.
Recent Alumnus 2013-09-04T19:00:17Z
I haven't used this resource very much, but the one time I did go in, they gave me a list of colleges that offered my degree and offered to recommend me to them.
Recent Alumnus 2013-09-04T18:58:37Z
Good except books in the library are limited. But there are libraries all around the valley so it's not really difficult to find resources. And the librarians are fantastic.
College Senior 2013-06-08T07:05:42Z
It was great! I loved it! It was self paced so it made it easier.
College Senior 2013-06-08T07:03:24Z
Tuition & Financial Aid:
The education I'm getting is worth ever signal penny I have payed. The financial aid office is super busy, but they always make time to answer any questions we have. I did receive my financial aid money in time, but it was just a week late. I should have turned in all my paper work before the deadline.
College Senior 2013-06-08T06:58:01Z
I would say there is bit of all, working full time parents, and younger adults right of of high school. It's a smaller community college and everyone gets along. I have never had any difficulties. WWCC offers running start for students at are still in high school. Everyone is making friends. Everyone is there for the same reason to get a better education.
Recent Alumnus 2013-05-19T02:33:07Z
For what I'm interested in, there aren't many classes geared towards my major. This school provides many specific classes for other student's majors.
Recent Alumnus 2013-05-09T23:25:03Z
Caring Advisors – My trio advisor is so awesome. all of the people really care how you are doing in school and they do their best to encourage you to take classes with teachers who teach according to your needs
Recent Alumnus 2013-05-09T23:21:31Z
The advisors help to make sure that the classes i take will be transferable so that i am not taking classes that wont benefit me. all of the classes i am taking transfer easily to most schools that i would consider
Recent Alumnus 2013-05-09T23:13:34Z
I prefer in class to online because the teachers are more accessible and you get more help. But many teachers who do online classes will do their best to help you make sure you understand the material
Recent Alumnus 2013-05-09T23:06:56Z
Very Diverse – There are many different kinds of people, but they seem to still get along pretty well. in class evironments are pretty good too
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