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St Clair County Community College is an outstanding two year college to go to! It has a perfect blend of extra activities for...
St Clair County Community College is an outstanding two year college to go to! It has a perfect blend of extra activities for students (from sports to religion to card/video game clubs) to necessary and convenient lectures. The classes are designed to fit a nearly perfect ratio of students per professor and all the teachers hand out numerous ways to contact them (from office hours to emails, cell phones, house phones, and a few give their address for students to send postcards and holiday mail after the semester). The campus itself has multiple tools to assist students from learning centers and free tutoring to career centers to help assist with jobs and required learning. Although it's is a perfect spot in a small town, it's only a two year college and offers only so much. However the college has been working to partner up with four year universities to provide more for their students and offer more classes and degree options. Overall, I think it's the best community college anyone could ask for!
St. Clair County Community College (SC4) was a great place to begin furthering my education. I decided to start taking classe...
St. Clair County Community College (SC4) was a great place to begin furthering my education. I decided to start taking classes at SC4 my junior year. I joined a program called The Blue Water Middle College Academy. This program has allowed me to graduate from Port Huron High School in 2017 and then, only a year later, graduate from SC4 in 2018 with my associates of Applied Sciences. SC4 has been very welcoming of high school students and all of the professors I have ever come across have been very open and willing to help all of their students with everything they may need.
It's a great college that has smaller class sizes, which are great to find new friends and be able to ask your teacher questi...
It's a great college that has smaller class sizes, which are great to find new friends and be able to ask your teacher questions before and after class or at office hours. It's affordable and offers financial aid and scholarships to almost all students. I love how everyone there is so kind and easy to talk! The college center is also a great place to go and study in between classes.
very nice, clean, and very nice professors that care and want you to succeed. The class sizes are small so you are able to as...
very nice, clean, and very nice professors that care and want you to succeed. The class sizes are small so you are able to ask questions and have better relationships with the teachers. Teachers get to know you so its more personal than big universities.
The professors are amazing, but the advisors all tell you different things, and it's extremely stressful. It would also be ni...
The professors are amazing, but the advisors all tell you different things, and it's extremely stressful. It would also be nice if the Library was open for more than four hours on the weekend. I really like to have Library time, but don't have as much time for it during the week, but then its closed most of the weekend.
The school overall is a nice opportunity to get general credits, for a lower price. My first semester was 1,862 dollars, w...
The school overall is a nice opportunity to get general credits, for a lower price. My first semester was 1,862 dollars, which is definitely cheaper than a university. Some of the teachers really care about the students, while some really don't. The faculty is bad at keeping in touch with students, for instance, I signed up for four classes, two of which were at noon, and two that were night classes. Without notifying me whatsoever, the school changed them to 8 am classes, and noon classes. I really don't think it's okay.
I would tell myself not to stress as much as I did. I would say that my case was different than most, I was trying to get rec...
I would tell myself not to stress as much as I did. I would say that my case was different than most, I was trying to get recruited for volleyball, so that was my number one priority. If I were to go back and talk to myself, I would say that that doesn't matter. Focus on what makes you happy and not so much on playing sports. I would tell myself to promise my firends that we would stay in touch, because everyone looses their best friends after high school. I would tell myself to spend more time with my family, because it gets hard when your'e all on your own. I would make sure that I realize that high school doesn't mean as much as I thought it did. I would tell myself that all my little problems were insignifigant in the grand scheme of my life. And most of all, I would tell myself to always be happy, even when I wanted to cry.
I really like how well the teachers speak with students and teach. They are very caring and want you to pass the class. I'd say that one of the best things at St. Clair County Community College, other than the teachers, is the overall atmosphere of the college. It just seems like the kind of place where making friends, studying, and learining can be very beneficial.
If I could go back in time and talk to myself, I would say look to your past and the time you spent with your grandparents. ...
If I could go back in time and talk to myself, I would say look to your past and the time you spent with your grandparents. There you will find your direction in life. Growing up I spent many summers with my grandparents attending nature camps and learning how to be a caring and involved member of a community. I have a vivid memory growing up of a story where my grandmother had a garden. Throughout the year canning would be a constant activity in the house and the food would be stored on shelves in the basement. People in the community knew that if they could not afford food for their families they could come to my grandma's house and purchase canned food for pennies on the dollar. Similarily, my grandfather was a Boys and Girls club mentor and sharpened ice skates in his basement for those who could not get theirs sharpened at the local rink. These people shaped who I am today. I would tell myself to look back on those times with them, to allow those time to stear me towards nursing. I would have started snursing so much sooner.
I believe the best part of my school is that they are cutting edge when it comes to their nursing program. The college recently purchased two realistic dummys for practical interpretation. One was that of an adult and the other that of a child. With these interactive machine's the students are able to practice certain simulations including critical patient intervention's without having to perform them for the first time in real life situations.
I wish I would have known how supportive the professors and other students are at this university. If I would have, I see myself starting the nursing program much earlier than I did. It is truly worth the distance that I drive to be a part of this university as I live about 45 miles from campus and commute regularly.
Small class sizes and the feeling of being accepted by the other students.
Small class sizes and the feeling of being accepted by the other students.
Someone looking for higher education than an Associate's degree.
I would tell myself to go and stick with it. It is a very important time, do not delay, it only gets harder to go back the o...
I would tell myself to go and stick with it. It is a very important time, do not delay, it only gets harder to go back the older you get. It may seem like a lot now, but it will be much harder if you wait and go while juggling work, family and other adult commitments. You are representing yourself so do your best and just keep going do not take a break. The rewards will come after your graduate.
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