Austin, TX
Austin Community College District


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Campbell
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Austin Community College is an institution of mixed experiences. ACC's faculty includes some of the most passionate and engag...

What is your overall opinion of this school?

Austin Community College is an institution of mixed experiences. ACC's faculty includes some of the most passionate and engaging professors I've ever experienced, but also includes the most apathetic instructors who don't seem to care if their students understand the subjects or not. Some of my classes have been filled with serious students who are devoted to their academic success, while others are full of students whose carelessness and disinterestedness brings down the entire class with them. Some of the curriculum is complex and fascinating, whereas other classes feel basic even by high school standards. ACC's greatest merit is that it can provide students with the credits and experiences to succeed in transferring to other, more prestigious institutions. If you're not planning on transferring and are able to attend a different college, however, ACC is hard to recommend. Not only can its professors be apathetic, its students uncommitted, or its curriculum excessively simple, but its facilities are often in poor shape and its extracurricular opportunities can feel limited. The best thing about ACC is the small class size, but even that has an equal chance of being either a blessing or a curse depending on the students you end up with. With a class of dedicated students and a caring professor, classes can be a joy; but with students and professors who couldn't care less about academics, it's an intellectual nightmare. Overall, ACC is an excellent institution to help students prepare for genuine higher education at a four-year university, but in its own right, it's difficult to recommend.

Kristiana
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I love it and would start any career degree with them before transferring because of tuition cost as well as they suite the n...

What is your overall opinion of this school?

I love it and would start any career degree with them before transferring because of tuition cost as well as they suite the needs of international students better than 4 year universities. Depending on where your classes are, food selection will vary from different campuses; so be sure to pack some snacks with you in case you have any dietary needs.

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I am a student with disabilities. I started taking classes at ACC a few years ago and was satisfied and felt I am making good...

What is your overall opinion of this school?

I am a student with disabilities. I started taking classes at ACC a few years ago and was satisfied and felt I am making good progress in my learning. Due to my disabilities, I have not been a full time student. ACC started off as a good college with good accommodations (comparable to my high school's support) but in the past year, the office to support students with disabilities became extremely difficult to work with. The accommodations I had received from high school are no longer allowed and I am struggling to receive support. The administration that is in charge of the office for students with disabilities somehow decided I no longer need the same type of accommodations I had received from ACC (and high school) for a few years. I am pursuing this through office for civil rights and I want to give this review so other students with disabilities understand what to expect. You should expect to go through heartache to get accommodations if this is the college you want to attend. At this point, I do not recommend this college to any student with disabilities. The administration from the Office for Students with Disabilities is very unfriendly to students who need support.

Cassandra
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Austin Community College is a great place to start for your career and it is very inexpensive for students that doesn't have ...

What is your overall opinion of this school?

Austin Community College is a great place to start for your career and it is very inexpensive for students that doesn't have enough money. If people want to go to college and do the financial aid process, then Austin Community College also has a great scholarship program and more.

Hannah
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Austin Community College is a great stepping stone for anyone who is looking to get the basics out of the way before going to...

What is your overall opinion of this school?

Austin Community College is a great stepping stone for anyone who is looking to get the basics out of the way before going to a 4 year university. The tuition rate is extremely reasonable and there are many class times available, making it easy for someone like me to take courses even though I have a full time job. Student life is around but not abundant because there are many different campuses across the city but it can be found if you look for it. There are plenty of clubs to join and events to go to if you are willing to go to other campuses occasionally. All of the classes I have taken have been well structured and academically rigorous, with only one or two professors who were maybe not as accessible as I'd wished. The main downside to ACC is dealing with anything administrative can be a headache, but I doubt I could find a single college where trying to get a waiver or form filled out doesn't feel like pulling teeth. All things considered, ACC is a great school especially for preparing for a four year university, or for someone looking to get back into school after taking time off.

Brenda
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Austin Community College made my first years of higher education go smoothly. They have specialized personnel for almost anyt...

What is your overall opinion of this school?

Austin Community College made my first years of higher education go smoothly. They have specialized personnel for almost anything you could need. They are opened to answer any questions you might have and will treat you like family. The environment here is very friendly.

judee
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My overall opinion for Austin community college, is I love this district! it is such time and money saver and the people and ...

What is your overall opinion of this school?

My overall opinion for Austin community college, is I love this district! it is such time and money saver and the people and class sizes are great. One of the cool thing is you don't have to take all your classes at one area , for example if a course you need to take is too full you can go to another location and take that class. The whole district is branched out all over. Great school, I do not regret it.

Tatyana
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My overall opinion of my school is that I love it. I love that there is more than one campus to make it accessible to all stu...

What is your overall opinion of this school?

My overall opinion of my school is that I love it. I love that there is more than one campus to make it accessible to all students who want to go to school. I love the people I am in school with. The Faculty and Staff are so very nice and are there to help you with all of your needs. The cost to go to school varies but it’s not overall expensive. There’s always Activity’s going on at the school and ways to get involved. You will always get an email about anything that’s going on at one of the campuses. Overall for this school/District I give it a thumbs up.

Angel
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I truly believe this is an acceptable place to begin your college career. The professors are more often than not great and wa...

What is your overall opinion of this school?

I truly believe this is an acceptable place to begin your college career. The professors are more often than not great and want you to succeed as well as save you time and money. I would 110% recommend any high school students that are ready to start their college career to start at ACC.

Jessenia
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Some professors are really great and there is the potential to learn a lot. I still wish there was more student life and invo...

What is your overall opinion of this school?

Some professors are really great and there is the potential to learn a lot. I still wish there was more student life and involvement as well as an emphasis in knowledge acquisition and care in relationships between professors and their students.

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