Glendale Community College-Glendale, AZ Top Questions

What kind of person should not attend this school?


Glendale Community College is full of diversity. Students come here from all over the world; we all come from different backgrounds and some even speak different languages. That's why I love my college, it reminds me everyday that no one person is the same but yet we are all here for a grow, develop and to learn new things. If you are someone who lives a confined life that is not open to accepting new things or meeting new people, then this is not the school for you.


The students that should not attend Glendale Community College are the ones who are not prepared for college level work. There are rigerous courses offered at GCC. It is not possible to get earn a passing grade without putting in the effort to learn the material.


That is difficult to say; almost anyone could (or even should) attend this college. Unless they are a rebel and don't care to succeed in life or have a bad record on them with violence / drugs, they should try this campus.


I think everyone should go to community college. It provides a smooth transition from high school to college. It saves you money when many of us don't have high paying jobs. Smaller classrooms gives you more one on one time with instructors. There are plenty of classes offered to cover any degree program. It's a good stepping stool to use before you step into the big scary world at a university.


Glendale Community College, Glendale AZ, is a wonderful school with many opertunities for many different kinds of people. People with disabilities are welcomed, and the staff is always willing to help one on one, if needed. I think the only person who should not attend this institution would be someone taking upper level classes. The highest level someone could graduate with is their Associate's Degree. If someone needed further education, a University would be the route to go; however, that person could always start at GCC and then transfer to another institution.


Someone who is looking for the community that Universities typically provide shouldn't attend this school. Also, someone who is not self motivated. This school, from my experience, is an easy school to get behind in academically due to the mind set that it is only a temporary education school and the grades there do not matter, even though they really are important.


Someone who isn't ready for college. Every class I have taken the teacher treats it like an actually university, this isn't high school.


The kind of person who does not take their academics seriously should not attend this school. Someone who is simply looking to develop relationships with people also should not attend this school, for most students are focused on their work.