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I love it, and I can't wait to start the fall 2019 semester.
I love it, and I can't wait to start the fall 2019 semester.
Angelina College is located in my home town of Lufkin, Texas and is a great college to attend to start out taking the require...
Angelina College is located in my home town of Lufkin, Texas and is a great college to attend to start out taking the required prerequisites for your major. Angelina College offers a variety of classes including in classroom and online classes to meet students needs.
It is a fine junior college to start at. It has great instructors and students to help when you need it. Students are welcome...
It is a fine junior college to start at. It has great instructors and students to help when you need it. Students are welcome to activate what they believe in or what they don't. Instructors help students with almost everything they need help with. Whether that be transferring help, registering help, or learning help. Instructors also notice the well being of students. When in a dark time instructors always noticed if I seemed to be having an extra bad day. It is a small town junior college that is a great place to start at.
Although I am just starting out at AC, all my teachers have made me feel comfortable in their classes. I was professionally h...
Although I am just starting out at AC, all my teachers have made me feel comfortable in their classes. I was professionally helped in choosing my classes, and the classrooms were chosen as if to not make me move around too much. People are generally nice, and the bookstore staff are very helpful, as well as the councilors, and teachers.
It is a great start to take classes that are transferable to many universities in the state of Texas. The tuition is affordab...
It is a great start to take classes that are transferable to many universities in the state of Texas. The tuition is affordable compared to other community and junior colleges in East Texas. It is in a town where there are plenty of places to eat and plenty of places to go and study as well as spend time with friends. It is a college ready town.
I think that Angelina College is a wonderful and decent junior college. Although, it's a junior college and does not have all...
I think that Angelina College is a wonderful and decent junior college. Although, it's a junior college and does not have all of the same necessities as an university, the academics and sports are wonderful programs alongside with the Fine Arts program. Overall, I think that Angelina College is a really decent junior college no matter how small it is.
I remember my senior year like it was yesterday. The advice I would give myself is to take this critical year seriously, but ...
I remember my senior year like it was yesterday. The advice I would give myself is to take this critical year seriously, but enjoy every minute because it goes faster then you hope. I would tell myself to actually pay attention to my studies because it will help me next year in college. I would tell my youngerself to learn how to get organized, so it would not be such a struggle my first semester in college. Also, I would tell myself to develop a study habit that works for me for I can excel in my studies.
The worst thing about my school is trying to meet with someone to change your classes. My first time at this college I went to go change my schedule I had to wait in a long line and sign in to be seen. I did not mind waiting at all, but when I had to wait two hours just to see an advisor, that is riduclous. Not only that, but while you wait there will be people get called to be seen and they just arrived. It makes waiting a whole lot worse.
For me, one of the most frustrating things about my school is trying to find a decent parking spot when you arive to campus. I would have a class as early as 9:30 in the morning and it would take fifteen minutes to find a place to park. This can be frustrating because its ridiculous to stress over a parking space while you obviously have other stuff to worry about. Another reason its frustrating because this situation can cause you to be late for a class that you can't afford to be late too.
I would tell myself to do more research for colleges and financial aid. I would have told myself to be more prepared. If I ...
I would tell myself to do more research for colleges and financial aid. I would have told myself to be more prepared. If I had done more research into colleges, I would have been able to find the college that I wanted to transfer to for my bachelor's degree and been able to plan for that college. If I had done more research for financial aid, I would have found all of the scholarships that I didn't know about at the time. I might have been awarded more than just one scholarship for this past year. I also might have been awarded more grants for this past year as well. I would have known that it is better to apply early each year. I also would have found other grants that are not offered by the federal and state governments. If I had been more prepared for college instead of putting it off, I might have received more financial help.
I wish that I had known that I would have to go to the college to take some of my test for my online classes.
I take classes online, so I have to call the school a lot. The people that answers the phone always transfer you back and forth to the same places instead of answering the questions themselves.
I would tell myself to pursue my dreams in life and focus on educatation to broaden my mind and give myself a sense of awaren...
I would tell myself to pursue my dreams in life and focus on educatation to broaden my mind and give myself a sense of awareness of what my passion in life is. It is one thing to have goals when you are a senior in high school but what most seniors don't do is APPLY what they have learned to find their passion in life. I personally had no understanding of what to do in life when coming out of high school. Reality hit me hard, the reality is having the education and grasping on to the knowledge to be successful and to love what you are doing in life. Transitioning from high school to college is going from a teenager to an adult. It sounds simple but is the most difficult task one can do because it's the process of growing up and being successful. I would tell myself be successful not just by thinking of the great pay from a great job but having an understanding of different cultures, our history, loving the world around us - and only that success will come from education!
The advice I would give myself would be too study harder and plan ahead. When I came into college I thought I was ready to go...
The advice I would give myself would be too study harder and plan ahead. When I came into college I thought I was ready to go but I had lack of information and if I would have had more I would have applied for more scholarships. Right now, I am struggling to raise the money to pay for my education at Texas A&M University because I need to transfer there to pursue my career.
I would have to say the best part of attending Angelina College would be that the classes remain small. Attending a small college allows me to register w/ the teacher I want to register with.
The worst thing about attending Angelina College is that the school does not provide my major. This is why I plan to transfer to Texas A&M University.
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