What I brag about of my school is how much the tutors help students prepare for classes that are difficult. They are very helpful and intelligent when a student is completely lost and thinking of the worst for them. I have been in situations where I felt like giving up in chemistry class but one of the tutors helped me out for the rest of the semester and for the next two years. The tutors know their material well in many of the subjects and do not judge someone if they have a hard time understanding.
What I tell my friends about Estrella Mountain Community College is that it is just like high school. I know mostly everyone because I went to high school with them. It makes for a friendlier and more fun environment. Also, that there are always activities going on around campus. From story telling to awarness of various things, there is always a show. Not to mention free food. I just like to brag that I actually have fun at school and its welcoming.
When I encourage other to attend Estrella community I always let them know of the openess on campus and the work groups that are around. Plus I always feel encouraged when I'm on campus. When you get on campus it really easy to find your way to each class and that their is always activities on campus througout the week. I always like to brag about the friendliness and helpfullness you get fron the offices on campus.
I tell my friends that this school is close to home and offers concurrent enrollment at Northern Arizona University for it Nursing students. The concurrent enrollment program allows the Nursing students to earn a Bachelors Degree at the same time they are completing the Associates in Applied Science in Nursing at EMCC.
The only thing I tell my friends about Estrella is that the classes are reasonably priced. I also tell them that the teachers are real friendly and that there are many resources and ways to get help when you're going there.
When I tell my friends about my school, I brag about the awesome teachers I've had more than anything else . I also tell them about how great the smaller campus and class sizes are.