Overall, a pretty good school to get your associate's degree or take some extra classes at! They have a lot of flexibility with scheduling in case you have other things you need to be responsible for, like a job, or if you have a kid. Lots of online classes you can take as well if you need to. The theater department is really top notch as well! However they've made a lot of recent changes in administration that I think makes it more difficult on students and creates a pretty toxic culture. Don't go out of your way to attend here unless you can't really afford any other option.
I enjoy the campus; the dorms are splendid, the students are nice, the teachers are involved and always ready to help. As a whole, the campus is well maintained, the staff are willing to lend a hand and the food is delicious. Being apart of this school is a honor.
Eastern Arizona College was one of my first choices because it's campus was nice and everything is all around the college. The teachers are very helpful and around. Classes are challenging, not too easy not too difficult just right amount of difficulty.
Overall, I believe that Eastern Arizona College is a wholesome college. It is in a small town, but the college and town really make an effort to always have activities available for college students. This creates a really big sense of community at the college. The classes are decent sized and there are many opportunities to talk to professors and receive help for classes.
Eastern Arizona College is a great School. It has a small campus so it's hard to get lost. It's in a small town so you feel as safe as possible - The professors are available during their office hours. However the greatest perk for this school is that it's a community college so it's cheap.
economically and academically the best choice i have ever made, its only $1000 dollars a semester and the grading system allows you to get ahead as a student.
but its a small town so dont expect nothing super fancy as far as out of school malls, or shopping locations. you have to make your own entertaiment, which usually means that you will go out into the desert and blow stuff up or go shooting
Overall Easter Arizona College is a good college. The faculty does try to get the students involved although it seems that the students do not want to be involved. What I do like about the college is that everything seems so close to campus and you always seem to know someone.
I loved being a student at Eastern Arizona College! It's a small town, everyone knows everyone, you will never feel left out. It is really easy to make friends too. I was part of the music program there, and it is amazing! We have an amazing faculty that truly loves what they do, and cares so much for their students. There is a bunch of different music classes as well, and any one can find something they want to do and join. Eastern Arizona College has the lowest prices of any college in Arizona, they are also in no debt at all. There are dozens of scholarships to apply for, it's very easy to get scholarships and financial aid. All campus events are free to full time students who show their ID too! The weather is beautiful there, and there are a bunch of outdoor activities that are easily accessible, from Thatcher to the top of Mt. Graham, it is only about an hour drive. I would recommend Eastern Arizona College to absolutely everyone, it is an amazing, beautiful school with plenty of programs and wonderful teachers, faculty, and people.
It is a pretty good little school for the money. Lots of transfer opportunities when you are done, and several local scholarships available. The math department is pretty iffy, but the science and arts departments are pretty great. If you are a science major this place is great to study because of the incredibly different climates and terrains in the area.
It was fun, small, and the professors actually knew and cared about the students individually. The students there are usually pretty good people who have fun with college but are intelligent enough (for the most part) to stay out of serious trouble. I love this college!
It's a bit conservative because of the large Mormon population small town in the middle of nowhere vibe, but other than that, I loved it! It was inexpensive, full of opportunities, I was able to get scholarships easily, I made lots of friends, and I learned a lot from my professors. I love how friendly a lot of the faculty are, and the theater and performing arts programs are full of very welcoming, open, and friendly people. It was a great place to start my education, and I can't be grateful enough for all of the opportunities I had.
I really enjoy it. The tuition is rather cheap, and the professors and teachers are always available. There are tutors available, and because it is a community college, there are tight knit groups that everyone usually knows eachother, including the teachers.
It is a very good school that is student driven. Most students are involved with activities throughout school and everyone knows each other. The class sizes are small which makes it easier to learn in. The community is heavily involved and the cost is low compared to other colleges. Overall, it is a great starter college.
It's a pretty small Campus in a quaint little town. Everyone knows each other and is pretty friendly. There is always something going either on campus or at the LDS institute. There are unique shops around both near the school and in the downtown area where most are family owned. The professors are friendly and welcoming.
Eastern Arizona College is amazing. Super affordable with quality education. Their drama and music programs receive special attention and have great funding and representation. The staff are friendly and are often readily available for tutoring, makeup testing, or to answer questions. Being a community college there is a large turnover of students every year. So, even as a Freshman I was cast in lead roles in productions and was working in the scene shop as well as as a Properties Master. As a comprehensive program, you get to dip your toe into a little of everything theatre wise. Stage managing, playwriting, acting, costume design, scene design, you name it. You are guaranteed to love the community, the education, the professors, and the campus is gorgeous. EAC will always hold a special place in my heart.
EAC has been a terrific experience for me. I've had some great instructors that genuinely care about your education and well being. The campus is easy to navigate, and there is always something going on, whether it's sports, theatre, or a music recital there's plenty to do.
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