Professors are always there to help out their students and very easy to make friends in class.
Tunxis Community college is a great school, It has one of the best Dental Hygiene programs in the state. Its a top quality and unique program Im blessed to be apart of. The amount of opportunities within the program is amazing, such as the volunteering in the health centers and the many rotation sites, the chance to go to the Bahamas through a service learning trip, and much more.
Very clean and tidy. Diverse student population from surrounding towns and cities. Rural, lots of space. Great Art program with dedicated and knowledgable teachers. Same goes for the non-art teaches. Always a good exhibit in the Art gallery. The computer lab is useful with many different devices, and both mac and windows OSs. Library is a decent size for a small community college and the books and equipment are much less expensive than they are and large Universities like UCONN. The administrative staff are all helpful and ready to help you accomplish your goals and also transfer your credits to 4 year higher educational institutions. The cafeteria is small, but for a community college is is accommodating to the number of students that attend. There is usually parking, but during the week at times where most students have class, it can be hard to find a spot.
I think Tunxis is a great school, everyone is friendly and supportive to help me reach my goals. The professors are always available and willing to help. The campus is quiet and has a relaxed vibe to it. I am very happy to be a part of a great community college like this one.
Tunxis Community College offers a variety of class options. This school is extremely accessible for those who are just coming from high school all the way to those who are going to college in their adult lives. They offer degrees fully online in subjects like business administration and general studies which is almost unheard of for an accredited college.
Tunxis is great for people who are looking for an inexpensive alternative or are going back to school. The class sizes are small, there’s a great library, and professors truly care about your progress. There isn’t much of a campus culture, considering it is all commuter-based and organizations/clubs are not super prevalent, but you can still get involved.
Tunxis Community College has a great facility where they have a great library and rooms to study. There are 6 to 7 computer labs including the one in the library and each lab has at least 15 to 20 computers. Tunxis is delightfully very diverse with all kinds of people and an array of courses that will fit a students need and level. The teachers are unmatched in terms of being exceptionally helpful and being able to contact them. Unfortunately Tunxis suffers when being able to socialize. Since it is a Community College many students don't stay after class so it can be very lonely and gets tiresome quickly because you just go to class then leave and go home. Overall, Tunxis is very effective and second to none, when it comes to how affordable it is. I would recommend people to Tunxis if they are trying to save money and look for a way to get off their feet in terms of academics.
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