There is an inconsistency in teacher quality, but that can be avoided by careful reseach on Ratemyprofessor.com. Many of my peers are undedicated and immature, but that could be due to the general education classes I'm taking. If you were to take Honors classes or higher level courses, you would probably find a more serious crowd of students. All in all, though, I've been pleased with the teachers I have selected. There are five campuses and they have difficulty working together, which can sometimes cause trouble with paperwork and financial aid.
I haven't found anything to be considered frustrating at Tulsa Community College. It has thus far only enabled me to begin getting college classes before starting my education at a four year university.
I think the most frusterating thing for me was that they don't really offer all the classes for the degree program I'm in (Japanese). They offer the degree program, so why not all the classes? It makes sense that there's not enough people for the class, but I don't think it should be a hassle to have them avaliable, especially when you have the staff. Other than all that, There's nothing particularly frusterating.
I have only had one problem with an online professor who obviously shouldn't be an online proff, since he didn't like receiving e-mails?
The most frustrating thing about Tulsa Community College is the online course filling up so quickly. Students love the fact that they can attend college and complete the coursework on their own time. Sitting and listening to a lecture is rarely helpful because the time that is spent studying exceeds the lecture hours tremendously. There is a very limited number of online courses, and they fill up quickly.
The most frustrating thing about my school is, the constant problems with the online blackboard.
Some of the teachers aren't college professors they are just part time teachers.
The most frustrating thing about my school is that every single professor expects you to bring the slides that they post online to class to take notes but the library has a limit on how much can be printed in one day without extra cost and we already spend a fortune on books that we open one time at the beginning of the year to get those stupid little codes out of to access stuff online.
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