The professors are good, helpful and flexible. The staff member that I have met are also helpful. The students are awesome. You never need to worry about fitting in.
Blinn is an amazing, very diverse environment and welcoming school. The school itself is small, which I like. This way the teachers are able to help you more because the classes aren't that big.
Not good - too many fights in dorms and car theft. Internet never works
The class sizes range from 20-30 students which is great if you are someone who needs the extra help. Professors are very willing to help and are readily available. The campus is fairly clean and there are nice and quiet facilities to study in. The student life is unlike any other community college because you can get involved in many Texas A&M activities and the students are usually 20 or under which is usually unique of community colleges.
Blinn College is a great college to go to overall and I have absolutely no regrets attending the last two years. Most people love it because it’s affordable but it’s also extremely accessible. Class sizes are generally small so it’s not uncommon to develop a professional or even friendly relationship with professors, taking away the awkwardness when asking for help. All of the staff I’ve come in contact with has been extremely friendly and helpful, from my professors to the ladies at the cafe registers; they all just make Blinn feel like home. Within my major, even professors I didn’t know offered help and advice. You just can’t go wrong with Blinn.
I have attended Blinn College since August of 2015. The professors here are very nice and helpful during their office hours. I've been in many clubs, such as the Speech and Debate Team, Pre-Med Society, Psychology Club, Phi Theta Kappa, and was involved in a Research Group. The advisers for these groups are welcoming and helpful. The campus in Bryan is small, but is concise in what it needs to provide: two main buildings, a student center where food is given and where students wait for the bus. In one of the buildings there is a library that is pretty spacious, and very cold. On the second floor of where the library is located there is a Lab called the "Learning Center". The learning center is a computer lab and offers tutoring services to Blinn Students for free. Also in the first building, there is the "Writing Center", where students can set up an appointment with someone and have help on essays ranging from brainstorming to editing. However, there is one building that is not on campus and it is called the "Tejas Center", students can take the bus there or drive. The Tejas Center includes enrollment services, information on financial aid and offers advising students can sign up for online. The college also has smaller class sizes, no more than about 80 students in a class depending on what course your taking. This is a benefit which allows students to interact and get to know their professors more who are more than likely to help students inside and outside of class. Blinn College is also very near to Texas A&M University, a 10-15 minute drive, so if students want to transfer there is a University nearby. Overall, I would say that Blinn Community College offers a great way for students to achieve an associates degree or transition into a University.
i think it needs improvement, the campus needs to be more safe and the regulations need to enforced. There is not alot of extra curricular activities, and volunteer opportunities. We need to have more university fairs, and its not really diverse, there is racism and other hate involvements,the professors do have an excellent rating because they love teaching.
Going to Blinn is something I would recommend to everyone attending college. I am in my second year here, and I will be receiving my associate's in May. I have saved loads of money while obtaining a degree after two years, which typically does not happen at bigger universities. Class sizes are small, allowing for more interaction between student and staff. Blinn College is a great place to start furthering your education and brightening your future.
A great school to go to if you are from a small town, class sizes are small making professors much more available for one on one help, the campus is nice and fairly welcoming. I have really enjoyed my time here. They have great student resources like free tutoring and counseling. An all around great school to attend.
Blinn College is a good start for college that's affordable and the classroom side of it is almost exact to high school so you can earn easy basic credits that transfer to any four-year school. The dorms vary depending on how new they are, and the campus food isn't the best but they have good meals every so often, they just repeat every week.
It is a great community college for those who are looking for a easier and cheaper way to start off college. There is a certain air about when you first walk on campus. Everyone is friendly and encouraging, no need to feel alone and scared. There will be someone at every corner to help if the need is possible.
Do not go to this school. The administration does not care about helping you, the teachers are abhorrent and I can't understand half of them with their accents, the Engineering Academy between A&M is the worst agreement between to higher learning institutions, the advisors are lazy and won't help you or explain why, and if you're a veteran good luck keeping normal blood pressure. This school is literally, with out a doubt, the worst thing you can do in college.
I've visited the campus and believe it's a great place to be at. I 'm excited to be tryout for the baseball team in June. I know that the program is doing great things and I would love to be a part of the Buccaneer Baseball Team. Overall, the atmosphere feels good and I'm excited to start in the fall in August.
Blinn is a great place to get your basics, it is not a school to make many new friends or experience the college life. We have to drive to college station to meet new people because the only things open late in brenham are wal mart and whataburger. Housing is usually booked up quickly so make sure that you get housing before its too late. Other than that I have had a great experience learning and making new friends at the Brenham campus.
I love Blinn college, it is an excellent option for anyone who needs help with the transition from high school to an university, The professors are awesome and accessible. The parking is frustrating but that's the only bad thing about the school, the people are friendly and everyone tends to be open minded! This is a great choice for anyone who needs help transitioning.
It is a great community college, the Brenham campus is great. They do a lot of activities and have a lot of resources for the students. I enjoy being able to go to the sport games they have. The Bryan campus is no where near as active to me, I don't see a lot of people doing activities , I see the military stands and the apartment complex they do like stands with flyers about there housing options but that is really all I see. The classes at both campuses are really good , I am currently looking into getting into the Nursing program that yall have!
I'm just about to start at Blinn College after a long break from college and am excited to say that everyone that i've come in contact with Blinn has been very responsive and nice. Not only is the staff at Blinn amazing, the campus is beautiful! There is so much to do at each location. Last, Blinn's transfer rate to universities are top 10 in the nation. What more is there to say?
Blinn College is a small but great campus. They met my expectations, so i will be attending this college. Their athletic program is very impressive and have great coaches. The professors are very sweet and kind. They care for their students further education and are easy to speak with after hours.
As buccaneers, students have the opportunity to attend one of the four Blinn College campuses located in Brenhem, Bryan, Schulenburg , and Sealy, Texas. Each campus offers associate and certificate programs to enhance students desired career paths. The annual cost to attend Blinn College is $18,242, this includes tuition, room and board, books, and other fees. In addition, student’s tuition covers tutoring in writting, math, and sciences as well as acess to a free health clinic located on campus. Each campus offers extracurricular opportunities for students to learn and grow domestically and professionally in their careers. In addition, students have immediate access to professors through email, phone, and office hours. With smaller classrooms professors are able to observe each classes’ strengths and weaknesses thus allowing them to customize instruction to ensure student success. Therefore, students are well prepared when transitioning into university curriculum. Blinn College tends to each student whether they are planning to transfer or earn an associates degree. Blinn College offers academic advisors who guide students through selecting classes and steps to transferring to a university. Admission is so simple and once completed students are automatically accepted and ready to begin their journey as Buccaneers! Blinn is a great place to start upon deciding to further your education. The opportunities and programs offered are incomparable to other community colleges in the state. You’ll absolutely love your time at Blinn and enjoy the warm and welcoming student body and staff.
One of the best 2 year colleges! Many people at other colleges have talked about the missed opportunity of going to Blinn because it is so easy to transfer out once you’re done with those two years. The transition is not hard because there is a lot of college life going on around campus and on campus.
Blinn College is an overall diverse school, not only does this apply to students but also the classes and majors offered. The classes are just enough to manage and the small classroom size makes meeting with professors a breeze. Blinn is a great school to get the basics out of the way before transferring schools, which Blinn advising does a great job at by keeping you on track. Overall, this school gives students the best opportunities possible for a reasonable price.
It is an okay college, and you will thrive if you're outgoing. It is a good school for academics and sports but not for clubs and organizations. It is a little boring, and students party on the weekends off campus. Not much to do. The professors care, and want to see you succeed.
Blinn College is great for people who are looking to stay focus and get a degree. Blinn is not useful for people coming to experience the college life. There is not too many things to do outside of the class room, and the town is not big but supports the sports teams.
I have really enjoyed Blinn college and learned quiet a lot. the atmosphere there is so helpful and energetic. There is so much I have gained from attending Blinn college. with the helpful teachers and great student leadership activities, it really is a great place to grow.
Most students are only enrolled here to save money while they get their pre-requisite classes out of the way. Almost all plan to transfer to a major 4 year university after 2 years. With that being said almost all of the traditional college activities that you would come to expect are almost none existent. The professors are also not the greatest. Coming from a University before transferring here, there is much to be desired from Blinn College. It's not a bad community college but it's definitely no university.
Blinn college is in my opinion one of the best schools that comes to stress free environment when enrolling. The school gives you the environment of everything would be taken care of promptly with the help of advisors. Each department has certain advisers they can help you with any process such as financial aid housing or extracurricular activities
i love Blinn College the environment is great everyone is very helpful there is no place i'd rather be
Blinn College is a very nice two-year college. Very easy to get the classes you want and need, a small number of people in your classes and very cheap to start off your college. Lots of clubs to choose from, you would have to get an apartment because the Bryan campus doesn't have dorms. You get out what you put in. Great professors, nice campus. Not bad for the price!
I'm not a huge fan of Blinn College. I currently attend the Bryan Campus. The policies as far as enrolling in classes are unsatisfactory. If you enroll in a class and decide to drop it after school starts and you have a balance, you are required to pay at least 30% of the class. Also, they sectioned off a part of the parking to charge students by the hour. Considering that parking permits are already expensive enough and it's hard enough to find a spot, I don't agree with this.
The school is great. All the students have great comments about this college and always have a happy face when admitted to it. Most students who graduate from Blinn college say that it was the best thing they did. This college is only 2 years and gives out an Associates degree when graduation.
Well for one. Rip if you are dependent on the Wi-fi cause it sucks, the best time to use it is Friday afternoon when everyone is going home.
Classes are generally small and the professors are alright. Just don't be afraid to speak up when they start going outside what they Should Teach. Off campus the cafe and the other nearby restaurants are great and make the town really cool. Also we have Bluebell so Boom...
I like this campus because it offers a lot more opportunity to me. I can study and finish require the class of major in time or even ahead of time. Alos, one of the issues that struggle me the most is the tuition, which increases every single year. I believe this problem apply to all the colleges/universities across the United States.
I love the Blinn College, it is very affordable and has great value in students education, and has great staff that have experience and talent from their previous employment from higher universities. I would recommend this school for anyone to come to and receive valuable college credit from.
I'm excited to be able to attend this college.
Blinn college is a college that basses itself on academic success for their students. If the student knows all of the possible options that Blinn college offers for success the student is certain to show their true potential and succeed in their classes at this college. Most of the Professors are great at helping but if not or you need extra help, Blinn sets aside online help and a whole floor to Student success where other students or teachers are there to help one succeed!
Blinn is a good place to start out. Very friendly environment. Nice teachers as well. However , there will always be distractions. That's at any college. Blinn food could be better thought because it doesn't has that much seasoning . They do have fun tiny events you can attend as well.
It’s an alright place especially for a community college it gives a lot of the university experience. The parking is horrible and expensive housing is strict and expensive and the building either need fixing because they are old or are new and built poorly the walls are thin. And the food is horrible.
Blinn is a great community college if you want to still get a real college experience. Classes are not a walk in the park, so taking studying seriously. For the most part the professors are good at teaching, but some can be very hard. Blinn also has a lot of clubs you can join.
Blinn College is an amazing junior/community college. It is a great environment that is so rigorous, yet eases the transition into the college atmosphere very well. Blinn prepares students wonderfully for their future plans of transferring. However, I can only speak for the Bryan campus, but I can earnestly say that Blinn College is an amazing experience and campus.
Blinn is a two year college and and is a great way to get core classes done before heading of to a four year university. The professors have always been very willing to help out and are very passionate about their jobs. Although some of the classes are not very challenging, do not expect to sleep or be on your phone the whole time because Blinn is strict on students paying attention to class.
I am excited to begin my journey through college as a Buccaneer! My advisors have set me up for future success to transfer over as an Aggie. The classes are overall accommodating to balance life, and school. Being a 16 hour student seemed overwhelming at first however, they showed me just how far I can push myself!
I actually love Blinn College. All of the professors are usually pretty nice and always willing to help! The class sizes are great too; I have never had one that was too big or too small. The environment is always friendly and everyone is always ready to lend a helping hand.
Blinn College in Sealy is a small school, but don't let that fool you. The education that I receive is top notch. The professors are always willing to go the extra mile to ensure the students understand the topic. The staff are friendly and professional. The advisors take time with each student and puts them on a career path to be successful.
I think Blinn College is a great place to start when pursuing higher education. The classes are small enough for the teacher to learn the student's name and remember if they are doing the work.
I like that students are held accountable by taking attendance and being encouraged to participate.
I've had the privilege to meet amazing teachers at Blinn and would recommend it to anyone who wants to go to college and ease their way into it.
It is a great school with great a people. The atmosphere is very social with friendly staff and students everywhere you go. The professors are excellent, This is my third year and last semester at Blinn college Bryan and I can say it has been the best start for my college experience. I have learned so much from my professors and peers. If you are looking for a good transfer community college, this is the place.
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