College Senior 2013-09-03T23:22:27Z
The only frustrations I have had are courses only being offered with one class that often class with another course that is only offered in one class. Other than that, I particulary love the school. It's small, clean, and has friendly staff.
College Senior 2013-09-03T23:19:46Z
I am liberal arts so my classes include a wide range of subjects. Because it is a small school, I was not able to choose my desired major so chose liberal arts and decided to take classes that would aid my major. However, since it is such a small school classes I needed to take often clashed. It is frustrating when only one class is offered. If you need to take two classes that are only offered at the same time, like me, you're out of luck and behind.
College Senior 2013-09-03T23:16:37Z
The teachers are very involved in the student's work, since it is such a small school. Also, they are very nice; I have yet to come in contact with a professor I did not have a good relationship with. They are very helpful to help. Workload is not very much and is often times not challenging.
College Senior 2013-09-03T23:14:08Z
Fairly well. WCCC just attained a new library with nice computers. Many printers as well. The network does at times not work, as well as the internet; however, for the most part a personal computer is not required.
Recent Alumnus 2013-06-24T16:22:03Z
The flexibility at this school has been pretty convenient. While choosing the classes recommended for my major I had various choices, and particularly concerning necessary electives I tended to choose the ones that fitted best for my schedule, although generally I was able to make a schedule-comfy choice and one that I wanted to take.
Recent Alumnus 2013-06-24T16:19:36Z
WCCC is set apart from other schools by the constant presence and support of the professors who go great length to help their students, at least generally. There is also free tutoring during all semesters for whatever subject is needed and that is very helpful.
Recent Alumnus 2013-03-30T19:39:21Z
The academics at Warren County are not all that challenging. Many of the teachers are not helpful.
Recent Alumnus 2013-02-08T19:45:03Z
The computer network sometime run slow and somtime they are on track. you can print as many things you want to print also our college have copier for free you can copy as much pages you want it without spending your money on books you can just copy it.
Recent Alumnus 2013-02-08T19:38:48Z
Tuition & Financial Aid:
Some of the classes might not even give me one credit but the education im getting i am learning somthing from it everyday. my finanical aid covers my classes which was what i worried most. the one thing i know financial aid helps alot to people it takes away their worries for paying college fees. some people don't get financial aid just because they didn't had time to fill it out. don't be lousy and save your money
Recent Alumnus 2013-02-08T19:33:52Z
Lots of people come to my college and go straigh to class and work their way hard to get passing grade. Everyone have their own style. No one judge anyone by their looks because they want to get that A and achieve what they are longing for. Hanging out with friend in groups help them study more and get ahead of that person.
Recent Alumnus 2013-02-08T19:26:08Z
The main reason i choose Warren county community college was because of manly two reasons. i want to see how college life and studies goes also because its cheaper. i want to take some classes here and get them out of my way so i can transfer easily to other college without any worreis.
Recent Alumnus 2012-12-28T02:09:21Z
We have an incredible library and a great tutoring center but we need better tutors.
Recent Alumnus 2012-12-02T01:27:12Z
After graduation, from what I have heard there is a very good turn around on getting a job.
Recent Alumnus 2012-12-02T01:17:03Z
Tuition & Financial Aid:
The education is very good at WCCC, I am getting my money worth and financial aid is very easy to apply for along with scholarships they do have to apply for.
Recent Alumnus 2012-12-02T01:14:19Z
There are a lot of working adults that are looking to either change their careers or get a degree to keep their jobs. There are also a lot of young students who are taking all of their basic courses or getting their associates to move onto a four year college. There are many students who do not really know what they want to do.
College Senior 2012-10-25T23:41:37Z
There are plenty of facilities that can help students with research, transferring and other academic affairs. An advisor is always welcome to help anyone with any problem.
College Senior 2012-10-25T23:35:59Z
I am not sure about post grad services, as I am a current Freshman.
College Senior 2012-10-25T23:34:28Z
Most of the students have full time jobs and families. Everyone attends for the same reason- To work towards there degree and graduate.
Recent Alumnus 2012-09-18T14:23:18Z
Online classes are more impersonal than real ones. I don't particularly like them.
Recent Alumnus 2012-09-18T14:21:00Z
I wouldn't choose any other school to start at. WCCC provides the basic classes everyone needs, which is great for those of us who are undecided in what we want to do. It's also a good place to start so that one can gradually move into the college experience of living far from home and having to work in college.
College Junior 2012-08-09T22:06:56Z
Helpful Staff – Every professor and staff member I've ever met with has been nothing more than helpful and considerate. I've never had a problem with any of the professors or staff members. The professors want to help you learn and will take the extra time if you need help. If I ever have any questions, my professors always take the time to communicate effectively to help me understand better.
Recent Alumnus 2012-07-05T23:40:54Z
Not Too Shabby! I think that if enough individual effort is put into the academic experience at WCCC, the academic experience is nothing to complain about. There are some stellar educators there alongside some of those who are not so good, but overall most are interested in students and don't mind helping. Usually our more intensive workload is supplemented by databases and sites that the college provides and the facilities are extensive and open.
Recent Alumnus 2012-07-05T23:36:33Z
I think that at community college it is no surprise that there are two main types of individuals: those who are poor but smart and those who aren't so intelligent but see the priority of college enough to drag themself to the community college now and then. There are some very dedicated students, artsy individuals, musical kids, and total slackers who make you wonder why they're even there and if they're even passing. Individuality seems to be a big thing at this college, though. We all seem to be striving to be more exciting or aloof than the next person, and it's interesting to see and not awful to experience.
Recent Alumnus 2012-07-05T23:33:37Z
I say that my overall experience at WCCC has more than a hint of eccentricity because of many aspects, such as student diversity, the varying skill level of instructors, and how I feel about the college simply by going from class to class. The majority of educators are very helpful and interesting, but then others seem apathetic and bored. On the other hand, there are others who seem like they would be better suited at top-notch schools. The same goes for the student body; there are high school honor students on small incomes and budgets there, like me, and then more disinterested individuals who are most likely being forced to go to college or don't really know or care why they're there. Altogether, though, it makes an interesting mix and I am definitely enjoying my time there.
Recent Alumnus 2012-07-04T21:21:05Z
Pretty Lenient – I was a liberal arts major during my 3 year stay at Warren. The classes are pretty easy as long as you do the work.
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