I really like how inexpensive it is and how close it is in proximity to my house. The teachers and Professors are really nice and understanding.
Best thing is that if you need any type of help, it's there in plain sight. Staff are always willing to get out of their way to help you, and some classmates are willing as well to help you get to your goal. Professor are very understanding, and will do what they can to make sure you do great in the class.
Overall great professors, because they provide a great learning environment.
Lower costs and flexible schedules
I think the best thing about my school is that the professors here are experts in their field and have a lot of really great conncetions to people in the industry. They are knowledgable and teach us really great tricks and tips to further our education even after we've graduated.
Well, I actually attend the Kendall College of Art and Design in Grand Rapids, but since the college was not listed, I just picked GRCC because it's the next closest building...perhaps someone should stick Kendall on that list.
For the prospective students, I'll tell you that Kendall is a wonderful school with hundreds of brilliant minds. It's helped me develop and explore new skills and has instilled in me a healthy desire to get out into the world and strut my stuff.
There is a huge variety of classes, many of which are specialized and renowned for their quality. Also, they are rather affordable.
The best thing about Grand Rapids Community College is the all the opportunities that are available for me to experience. Each day there are different clubs that are meeting, informational lectures, career counseling, and hundreds of classes that can relate to every type of major, minor, or student's curiousty. It's amazing that when trying to figure out what I want to do with the rest of my life I can make sure I'm getting all the necessary experiences needed in order to make sure I'm making the right choice.
The best thing about GRCC has to be the value. Many students go to a community college because of their uncertainty about the future. I went to GRCC because I didn't know what I wanted to do with my life. As it turns out everything worked out great! I was able to take plenty of prerequisite classes for my now decided major for a fraction of the price than at a university. At GRCC a student can afford to spend another year deciding on a major, or taking prerequisites, without depleting the pocketbook.
The best thing about my school would have to be the class size. Smaller classes make it very easy to ask questions and get help when it's needed. The teachers here are more focused on helping the students comprehend the material, rather than simply lecturing. If I don't understand a concept, I feel confident here at GRCC that my teacher will explain it to me. The teachers know everyone's names in their class and keep track of their progress. This assest has made the transition to college very smooth.
The best thing are the professors. They are the ones that will equip the students to succeed in their chosen career path. GRCC staff try hard to live up the the standard of one of the top community colleges in Michigan and Ithink that the professors are some of the best educators. I always enjoy going to class because I feel my time is being well used.
I think the best thing about Grand Reapids Coummunity College is that you get help not just from class mates but from professors and from tutors. I beleieve that GRCC helps you out more then any other 4 year colleg does. The give you more options, from transfer to startinhg a career after two years of study.
I consider the best thing about my school to be the staff, students, and classes. The staff because they are very willing to help you in succeding in the goals you have set in place for yourself. The students because they are very friendly and it is a very diverse campus, which I love. Finally, the classes because they talk about things I am interested in and work around my schedule. My school is the best choice for me and many others.
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