Chester, VA
John Tyler Community College


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Recent Reviews

Alexandra
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They are trying very hard to make improvements to the campus so that more resources are available to the students. The teache...

What is your overall opinion of this school?

They are trying very hard to make improvements to the campus so that more resources are available to the students. The teachers and learning environment are great. They offer great services to help with next steps. They have started trying to make books and class materials cheaper for students.

Michelle
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Great thriving place to get your feet into the door of educating yourself. I think that the locations were great, they both o...

What is your overall opinion of this school?

Great thriving place to get your feet into the door of educating yourself. I think that the locations were great, they both offered rigorous programs and many varieties of classes to choose from. Amazing people teaching from the heart. I'd recommend people going to a 2 year before a 4 year any day.

Matthew
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During my time of being enrolled at John Tyler I was generally happy with the experience, the school was local to my residenc...

What is your overall opinion of this school?

During my time of being enrolled at John Tyler I was generally happy with the experience, the school was local to my residence, it was clean, it wasn't to big being a community college. The on campus staff friendly was nice and attentive, when I need help form the either the Admission staff, Finical Aid staff, and even my professors, they were willing to help me as best as they could. I also appreciated the class hours and flexibility with class hours and scheduling. They also had plenty of lounge areas both in side and outside and decent sizes library. Speaking of the library, the librarians were very helpful and knowledgeable, they typically had three or more in the library to help students out. My one grief was that I had with the library was that you had pay a small fee to print paper. I was a little disappointed that John Tyler Community College doesn't offer the specifically program that I wanted to do, this would Automotive industry classes and Certification certificates; however it was once offered years ago. Overall I was happy with my experience at John Tyler Community College, but I do wish they did offer the Automotive industry classes, because if they did I would still be there now. I do recommend this school to an individual who wants a small, local, easy to navigate college, with friendly staff and professors and its not as costly as a typically four-year public or private school.

Kiran
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It's a great school to go if you're trying to figure out what you want to major in. They offer a lot of opportunities for st...

What is your overall opinion of this school?

It's a great school to go if you're trying to figure out what you want to major in. They offer a lot of opportunities for students to get involved, such as a huge number of clubs, art contest, and also they have fun actives. For example, a movie night or plays. Also, it's a great and cheap way to get all of the basic classes out of the way, so when you do transfer you can focus on your required classes for your major.

shelovesmyi
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John Tyler Community College is a pleasant and peaceful environment. The teachers are always there to support you in class an...

What is your overall opinion of this school?

John Tyler Community College is a pleasant and peaceful environment. The teachers are always there to support you in class and outside of class. Teachers also teach the material very well with the methods they use. There's not a lot of commotion around the campus like a university. Overall, it is a simple, but amazing experience.

Brianna
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My overall opinion about John Tyler Community college is that it is a great stepping stone to going to a 4-year University. T...

What is your overall opinion of this school?

My overall opinion about John Tyler Community college is that it is a great stepping stone to going to a 4-year University. The faculty is always willing to help. The class sizes are reasonable, and you should always be able to ask questions. The very best thing about coming here first is that you will save a ton of money. Community colleges are often 1/3 of the price of four year universities. So overall, John Tyler is a great college and i recommend it to seniors to really save some money!

Hunter
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John Tyler community college is ok. People only go if they don't have a lot of money and or screwed up in high school and hav...

What is your overall opinion of this school?

John Tyler community college is ok. People only go if they don't have a lot of money and or screwed up in high school and have to build a GPA. There is a large mix of people but you won't meet many of them because there is no party scene at all and it is a commuter school. Good if you're on a budget but is definitely not a college feel. However, most professor a fair and if you show up and try they will work with you.

Audrey
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I have thoroughly enjoyed my time so far at John Tyler Community College and I'm happy to be working towards getting my Assoc...

What is your overall opinion of this school?

I have thoroughly enjoyed my time so far at John Tyler Community College and I'm happy to be working towards getting my Associate's degree while saving thousands of dollars. I'm excited to be able to then transfer to almost any four-year university in Virginia. couldn't have done it without John Tyler!

Demetris
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It is a great stepping stone to advance in your career.

What is your overall opinion of this school?

It is a great stepping stone to advance in your career.

Alec
What is your overall opinion of this school?

It is a great school with a great staff and is a great value for the price of admission and education saftey is never and iss...

What is your overall opinion of this school?

It is a great school with a great staff and is a great value for the price of admission and education saftey is never and issue and teachers are always available. There are many different ways of study to be made available to student to help them succeed and get to the next level along with two campuses for more accessibility to classes

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  • Enrollment
  • 10,021
  • Tuition & Fees
  • $4,473
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