Great Professors, not so great admin.
Student (Former Employee) – Bremerton, WA – August 28, 2013
The classroom size is small, so there is ample opportunity for students to ask more questions during scheduled class periods. The tutoring centers help for study groups to go, and for the most part, the tutors are a good help. Although, when dealing with scholarships, financial aid, etc., the administration is not very helpful. I was told that people didn't know who I needed to talk about to get questions answered. It also took several months for the school to pay me back for the extra money they were charging me. Another word of advice is to check with whatever school a student may be transferring to, because not all of the classes will transfer. Even if you are getting an AA degree, it is NOT guaranteed that all courses will be transferred, so if you take a class that won't, it was a waste of time and money. Beware of this. Students here are welcome to start study groups, and they will definitely boost grades. Working as a team rather than alone helps if anyone has a question or needs something explained.