Austin, TX
Austin Community College District


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Dariya
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My journey at Austin Community College began in October 2015 when I just moved to the US. I was like a cat in the sack, becau...

What is your overall opinion of this school?

My journey at Austin Community College began in October 2015 when I just moved to the US. I was like a cat in the sack, because I had no idea of American education system. It took me three attempts to pass a TSI Reading part until I got enough scores to get in. Finally, I became a river bat, taking only two classes in the late afternoon, because those were the only ones available when I signed in. My everyday routine consisted of doing homework, attending classes, and going straight home after they were over. I did not make any friends, and I firmly believed that there was no chance for me to change that. As time went on, I realized how wrong I was. For my second semester, I was taking five classes at Rio Grande Campus that later became my favorite one. Those classes opened me up to the cultures. Everything seemed to me so weird and unfamiliar. It was a time when I finally started leaving my “bubble.” I could stay longer after the classes to talk to my classmates, or had a conversation with a stranger at student’s café. The turning points happened to me during that time. I learned about Honors Program, volunteered at ACC Run. Walk. Jog., and met my adviser and mentor Mr. Jorge Lynch. He prevented me from making a mistake in choosing a wrong major; he helped me to pick the right one; he drew my attention to honors society, Phi Theta Kappa. My third semester was a time when I turned from a caterpillar to a butterfly. I met a member of Student Government Association who nominated me to be a historian. I joined Phi Theta Kappa and fell in love with friendly and motivated environment of this organization. I took three honors classes where I met incredible people who have become my close friends. One of those classes introduced me to a professor David Lauderback, who became my second mentor. All of a sudden, I woke up a complete different person- confident and seasoned, fearless of brick walls on my life path. My involvement at ACC reached that pick when I felt like home at any campus among people of all ages and backgrounds. I was Public Relations Officer at PTK, an executive member at Student Government Association; I was selected as one of the six Peer Money Mentors; I am still working at Rio Grande Library. After all, I got my first American scholarship at ACC that made me believe that if you make an effort, you will be awarded for it. Today, I am proud to be an alumnus of my college, and I am planning to be involved in Alumni Association although I am going to attend a four- year institution in the upcoming fall. Austin Community College is not only a place to save money or a transfer resource. It is your life garden where what goes around comes around. I came here being uncertain and blind, but I left it knowledgeable and open to the new opportunities that are waiting for me out there, remembering all the good that ACC has done to make this internal change happen.

Amber
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Spring of 2017 was my first semester at Austin Community College. I missed out on several loan opportunities due to poor comm...

What is your overall opinion of this school?

Spring of 2017 was my first semester at Austin Community College. I missed out on several loan opportunities due to poor communication from the Financial Aid department. Classes were canceled on the first day of the semester which left many kids, including me, scrambling to sign up for different classes. Also the teachers were only mediocre. The many years of teaching had taken it's toll on them and some were less than enthusiastic about their subject. I'm just looking forward to transferring to Texas State University asap!

Osiel
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Austin community college is a great little college. The classes were small sometimes there would only be 5 students in a clas...

What is your overall opinion of this school?

Austin community college is a great little college. The classes were small sometimes there would only be 5 students in a class but at least you could easily communicte with the professor without any interruption. Besides going to class there wasn't too much to do as far as clubs or programs where one would be able to socialize with other students. The college was always well maintanied and rarely was there any type of violent incident.

Ariana
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Great place for people to start a college career if they are uncomfortable starting immediately at a university. It's great f...

What is your overall opinion of this school?

Great place for people to start a college career if they are uncomfortable starting immediately at a university. It's great for people who are undecided in which major they want to pursue and it's very helpful for those who wish to save money. Easy classes in which I always learn a lot in, great staff and a very straightforward academic life. It's not complicated and very easygoing.

Angela
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ACC has been a great opportunity for me. For the most part staff has been very helpful and I've been able to remain motivated...

What is your overall opinion of this school?

ACC has been a great opportunity for me. For the most part staff has been very helpful and I've been able to remain motivated. The only downfall is that at times it can be easy to become distracted between work and school. The ease of signing up for classes and being able to review my progress is what keeps me inspired.

Tanya
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I am attending ACC to complete general education courses in order to transfer to St.Edwards University. I really enjoy the sm...

What is your overall opinion of this school?

I am attending ACC to complete general education courses in order to transfer to St.Edwards University. I really enjoy the small class sizes at ACC. The ACC community is always striving to improve its facilities and expand its district. Personally I like the highland campus. I really admire ACC and the support it provides for its students and the multiple services you can use on campus. ACC is an admired community college in the area and anyone who is looking to further their career should really apply.

riya
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i love the classes and most of all the professors are really amazing. they really educate us and i get everything i learn in ...

What is your overall opinion of this school?

i love the classes and most of all the professors are really amazing. they really educate us and i get everything i learn in the class. thanks ACC.

Tori
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Austin Community College is a good school for those looking for transfer to a 4-year university or are continuing education s...

What is your overall opinion of this school?

Austin Community College is a good school for those looking for transfer to a 4-year university or are continuing education students. The professors are generally very good with experience working in their fields of study. However, be aware that there is virtually no campus involvement because it is a commuter college and most students work.

Drew
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Austin Community College is a fantastic place to be able to transition from a (possibly) rough High School Experience to a 4 ...

What is your overall opinion of this school?

Austin Community College is a fantastic place to be able to transition from a (possibly) rough High School Experience to a 4 year university with little trouble. The staff has always been more than helpful, the student body just as much. It's a fantastic college and I'm honored to be a student!

Desi
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Austin Community College is a great college for getting your feet wet while not becoming thousands of dollars in debt!The cla...

What is your overall opinion of this school?

Austin Community College is a great college for getting your feet wet while not becoming thousands of dollars in debt!The class sizes are decent, the campuses are clean and easy to navigate through, and 75% of the professors are there because they love their job and they love to help students achieve their academic goals.

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