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Everything about the college is fantastic, except for the housing. I enjoy all of the college life but I hate my roommates. T...
Everything about the college is fantastic, except for the housing. I enjoy all of the college life but I hate my roommates. The people in charge of putting students together in housing are terrible at their job. My roommates are nothing like me and I cannot stand them. There are no similar interests and I blame the school.
Itasca Community College is generally a great place to be at when you are first starting off at college. The classes are usua...
Itasca Community College is generally a great place to be at when you are first starting off at college. The classes are usually smaller in size, anywhere from ten to twenty-five students, and people are generally very nice. The teachers do usually make time for the students outside of class if they are asked, otherwise they have scheduled office hours that students can go in at any time to ask questions or raise concerns. The facilities that are on campus as well are always clean and tidy. Students have access to them at almost all times, which is always nice especially if they don’t have access to a computer wherever they are at. The dorms though aren’t the best. Everything is really small and cramped together. Usually there is around at least five to six people sharing a space and it can get really cramped after a while and very uncomfortable. The food on campus is also really good. There are usually a ton of options and they differ day to day. But, the prices are usually really high and it’s hard for some people to afford, especially when they have to pay for college themselves. The safety feel on campus is relatively safe, but of course there will always be boys cat calling girls, which makes them really uncomfortable. Also, class availability is usually really good if you catch it on time, otherwise it can be hard to get into a certain class because there aren’t enough seats. So, in general, ICC is a good college, it just needs some improvements.
ICC is a very good option, they offer a quality education that is reasonably priced. The professors are willing to help you o...
ICC is a very good option, they offer a quality education that is reasonably priced. The professors are willing to help you out with anything you may need and you really get to know them on a first name basis. The class sizes are small so you are able to get to know everyone in your classes. The campus is smaller, which is nice because it makes it hard to get lost in.
A great school with small class sizes. Small campus so it's pretty hard to get lost but if you do there are always people w...
A great school with small class sizes. Small campus so it's pretty hard to get lost but if you do there are always people willing to help you find your way. You also get to know the professors very well and they are almost always available to help.
I love Itasca Community College, I always feel safe and welcomed on campus, I never feel threatened, the community is very fr...
I love Itasca Community College, I always feel safe and welcomed on campus, I never feel threatened, the community is very friendly and kind. The staff is available 24/7 and whenever you have a question, you email your instructor and they will reply to you within 24 hours or less. I've never had any problems with an instructor not replying to my emails or answering my questions. The classroom sizes are perfect, there isn't too many students and there's plenty of faculty. The campus is very accessible, and the buildings are available to students 24/7. I enjoy the campus dorms, they are nice and cozy and updated.
The engineering program is especially exceptional and the rest of the campus is very friendly. Class sizes are 20-30 on avera...
The engineering program is especially exceptional and the rest of the campus is very friendly. Class sizes are 20-30 on average and you get to know the instructors well. The projects and curriculum seem to be preparing us students to perform well in the field. To me it truly is "The Best Place to Start."
Great place to start. The teachers are very helpful and always around. When I say always, I mean always. We once had a teache...
Great place to start. The teachers are very helpful and always around. When I say always, I mean always. We once had a teacher stay for over 30 hours to help understand everything before finals came. Other students are also very helpful. If you don't know who to ask, someone you do know probably does.
Small Campus and small class sizes
Small Campus and small class sizes
Liberal Arts School
The most frustrating thing about ICC is its awesomeness. I believe a quote from my favorite movie, Kung Fu Panda , describes...
The most frustrating thing about ICC is its awesomeness. I believe a quote from my favorite movie, Kung Fu Panda , describes ICC as if the school were a man, "It is said that his enemies would go blind from over-exposure to pure awesomeness!" I do not believe that any school I could transfer to could possibly contain near the same shear amount of awesomeness as ICC. This is severely frustrating because it makes the transfer process that much less exciting, and actually, quite possibly, a dread.
If I could go back in time and talk to myself as a high school senior, I wouldn't tell myself anything about the transition to college life or the college work load. I would not tell myself to watch out for the stupid things I'm going to spend my money on, or not to procrastinate because the project will take alot longer than I think, or not to ever go to that guys house with all my friends because crazy stuff that I don't want to be a part of always happens over there. Going through these experiences has taught me the hard way how to think much more critically about my decisions, and although the easy way, going back to the past and telling myself, may be less painfull, it will not be as effective, and I wont have any exciting stories to tell my friends back home. I believe that there truely is no sun without the rain, so by forwarning myself of the storms ahead, I am only moving to the desert.
Itasca Community College is a Beautiful school on a Beautiful campus in a Beautiful area of Northern Minnesota that exhibits Great talent in providing its students with a Great sense of welcome and family, all while providing us with a Great education.
What advice would I give myself as a high school senior if I could go back in time? I would remind myself not to worry about ...
What advice would I give myself as a high school senior if I could go back in time? I would remind myself not to worry about the cost of college. After all, the cost of college is completely covered! I would tell myself to remember that God is in control, and He will help me take care of the cost of college. I would explain to myself that other students are different than my peers in high school. Most college students have grown up and are not so concerned about what I wear, who my friends are, and what vehicle I drive. College is better in so many ways than high school. For instance, I would explain to myself that I meet new people, who are not judging, but are willing to be my friend. Also, the instructors in college are not as mean and scary as I imagined. They are kind and willing to work with you. No, the homework is not unbearable. It is a lot of work, but Hannah you can do it!
The instructors are friendly and personal. It is affordable and close to home. It is a friendly and nice campus atmoshphere.
Itasca Community College is a friendly, small, and affordable college with friendly and dedicated instructors.
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