The worst thing about my school is that there is only one main office. I feel like there should be atleast 2 that way students don't have to wait a long time to be helped.
The worst thing about my school is the parking situation for the students.
I highly recommend students utilize community colleges as a first step in achieving academic goals because of the reduced cost to fulfill the general prerequisite courses. It also provides the ability to transition into adulthood close to home, near family and friends. Rogue Community College is a good start for anyone here in the Southern Oregon area. The only negative thing I can think to say about RCC is that I wish they had a wider selection of programs that tie-in vocation certificaton and a pathway to a degree.
Rogue Community College has plenty of benefits. The only down side to them is their limitations on classes. They offer specific classes according to location. Each campus is anywhere from thirty minutes to an hour to get to. Granted these are smaller campuses, I just wish it could all be done in one location.
I feel like the online website is cumbersome to use. I wish it was more streamlined. The college could also fix how you apply for classes and fix their servers when signing up for those classes. It is hard when you are trying to sign up for a class and the college's servers crash and you lose all of your progress.
That's a hard question. I've been going to this school for three years and I've had great teachers and been able to fit all the classes I've needed into a reasonable schedule. The cafeteria lunches are not great and they cost alot. That is the only negative thing I can think of.
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