McKinney, TX
Collin County Community College District


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Recent Reviews

Elissa
What is your overall opinion of this school?

I think that it is an excellent 2-year university and offers many programs and opportunities. Collin has an abundance of amen...

What is your overall opinion of this school?

I think that it is an excellent 2-year university and offers many programs and opportunities. Collin has an abundance of amenities for the students to use. It is a good option for anyone looking to save money or wanting​ to go to school closer to home. However, it does not have the same 'feel' as a traditional 4-year university would.

Christian
What is your overall opinion of this school?

I like it, but it is just a stepping stone to get to another college. The students are either well driven or not at all motiv...

What is your overall opinion of this school?

I like it, but it is just a stepping stone to get to another college. The students are either well driven or not at all motivated. It doesn't really feel like college, more like a second higher learning high school. There isn't much to do involved with school outside of school.

Gabriel
What is your overall opinion of this school?

I attend the Collin College at Spring Creek campus and I can say it has been a wonderful experience. The teachers I've met ar...

What is your overall opinion of this school?

I attend the Collin College at Spring Creek campus and I can say it has been a wonderful experience. The teachers I've met are incredible and I learn much from them. They also have acceptable office hours, which students can take advantage of. The cafeteria contains a variety of foods, which are delicious but the cost could go down a bit, for it seems a somewhat costly. The campus also contains a number of groups which one can join. Finally, the library is a good place to work and study if you can't do it at home. Overall, it is a good college.

donavin
What is your overall opinion of this school?

it sucks! classes are very easy and some extremely hard. Student life is divided and not friendly. Do not come here if you ha...

What is your overall opinion of this school?

it sucks! classes are very easy and some extremely hard. Student life is divided and not friendly. Do not come here if you have high expectations of enjoying your student life here. Many teachers do not understand or care for reasoning if you miss a class for an important reason or if you ask for help they likely wont really help.

Shachar
What is your overall opinion of this school?

I mainly chose to go to Collin College for the financial aspect. It still feels very much like high school to me, where I go ...

What is your overall opinion of this school?

I mainly chose to go to Collin College for the financial aspect. It still feels very much like high school to me, where I go to class 5 days a week and then go home to my own bed rather than be surrounded by campus life. The academics are amazing as I still feel challenged and like I am in college, but the general attitude of the students is not pleasant and slightly off-putting.

Sarah
What is your overall opinion of this school?

Collin College has been a blessing in disguise for me. I was still unsure about what career path I wanted to take, so I decid...

What is your overall opinion of this school?

Collin College has been a blessing in disguise for me. I was still unsure about what career path I wanted to take, so I decided to complete my first two years, my basics, at a community college. As of right now, Collin College has three different campuses that students can attend, which is awesome because it gives the student variety and also provides more class and teacher options. Collin College is planning to expand and add two more campuses within a few years, spreading their mission of inexpensive, yet quality education. Even amongst other community colleges, Collin's tuition rates are wildly low in my opinion. Collin offers out-of-state, in-state, and in-county tuition. For students living in Collin County, tuition for a full-time student at 12 credit hours is only $576. My favorite thing about Collin College is that even though it's a community college, the teachers are still excellent and they still provide quality teaching and want for you to succeed. I had multiple teachers put in crazy amounts of effort to make sure I understood the course content and offer advice for my future career. I admire my college because their mission is clear and true. There are no gimmicks, no hidden fees waiting to jump out at you. At the end of the day, Collin College simply wants to provide quality education at the lowest possible cost to you.

Marque
What is your overall opinion of this school?

Collin College is certainly a good environment for people to get started. For the most part, teachers are extremely willing t...

What is your overall opinion of this school?

Collin College is certainly a good environment for people to get started. For the most part, teachers are extremely willing to help, scheduling classes are reasonable, and prices are wonderful! A suggestion is maybe to make the college a bit more welcoming and creating more convenient events for students to get involved in. I think for people who are attempting to start groups or clubs might try to seek out what truly interests more than just a few students before creating an official group. Nothing wrong with having just a few people in a club, but for those who are wanting more people, might want to try and involve the college staff and students a bit more. College Spirit would definitely make attending much more interesting!

Alicia
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I believe that overall Collin College is a great school. I like how the school is good at managing their upkeep on the outsi...

What is your overall opinion of this school?

I believe that overall Collin College is a great school. I like how the school is good at managing their upkeep on the outside and the inside, so the college always looks clean. I also like how most of the professors that I had have are usually good about helping students if they have questions about the lecture ad if we need any help we can go to the math/writing/science lab, which is free on-campus help from tutors.

Emily
What is your overall opinion of this school?

I enjoyed my time at Collin County Community College. I was happy with most of the classes I took and had many engaging profe...

What is your overall opinion of this school?

I enjoyed my time at Collin County Community College. I was happy with most of the classes I took and had many engaging professors. The Central Park campus was always very bright and clean, with a well-stocked bookstore, coffee shop, lounge area, and many places to study. The staff was always very helpful and answered all of my questions.

Caleb
What is your overall opinion of this school?

Collin College has a great Interpreter Education Program. It is a 6 semester program which includes two summer semesters. The...

What is your overall opinion of this school?

Collin College has a great Interpreter Education Program. It is a 6 semester program which includes two summer semesters. The program has provided me with the needed skills to take the interpreter certification exam. They also offer transfer options to UNT or TWU for a bachelors degree once finishing the Interpreter program.

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