The worst thing about Arapahoe Community College is the instructors who clearly checked out during their annual disability discrimination training. I've had to file three grievances and I'm not the only one for a particular instructor. It got to the point my work study bosses called in faculty refer a concern on my behalf. Some of the instructors also don't know that while many of their students do fall under the age range of the millennial generation, we don't all live up to the entitled stigma. Mom and dad don't pay for my college, most of my friends hold two or more jobs to pay what FASFA won't cover, and some parents even charge rent. This means your class while important is also not the only adult responsibility we have to think about in our lives, I need a roof and food this means a job, and no I will not quit or take a leave of absence just because you think your program is the most important thing I will be doing in the next 12 weeks.
I would say that the worst thing about my college is that not all of my classes are offered that the times that I am available. I currently work full time so I am taking classes in the evening. I have found that some of my classes are only offered during the day so I either have to adjust my work schedule or take the classes online. I am not opposed to take online classes, I just prefer the one on one interaction you get in the class room.
The worst thing about ACC would probably be the online courses. I took a few online classes, and they were no good. I feel like I hardly learned anything, and the website they have you on to do the work for the class is not very user friendly.
It is a bit too far from where I live and currently has no affordable student public transportation pass.
The worst thiing about ACC is its location. It is located in a very urban and busy area.
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