I brag about our facilities. We have amazing buildings, classrooms, sport complexes. We have nicer facilities than a lot of four year schools.
Our campus is also very big for a junior college, we are bigger than a lot of four year schools.
I mostly brag to my friends was when I have a lot of homework to do. I would tell them that I feel a little overwhelmed and a little stressed, however, I always look that the brighter side. I know I will pass the class with a good score. I may brag how great Waubonsee is, but I mostly brag about the professors. Now, there was nothing dire about them; the professor in Waubonsee Community College were excellent, especially a professor that knows their materials very well and is very passionate in teaching for what they majored.
The class sizes! Most Universities range from fifty to hundreds of students in a class. My largest class is about thirty five people. Having a small class not only gives you more one on one time with the instructor but it also allows you to form a good student-teacher relationship. Which can only benefit you in the future, whether you need a recommendation letter, or help on assignments!
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