Allen County Community College
- 2 Year
- IOLA, KS
Allen County Community College Reviews
Rating 4.16 out of 5 172 reviews
With online school, I have not received a real education. The teachers do not teach or do meetings. They just give assignments and assign pages from a textbook. Most do not accept late work, and the essay topics are ridiculously invasive and do not have any value. There is no research done, no guidance, just filler assignments then harsh grades that do not account for the fact that there is no teaching done.
Allen County Community College was a great option to help me prepare for a university. I was able to get my General Education requirements out of the way to prepare myself for my university major.
A great option to get my General Education requirements in virtually. A good education to prepare me for a university setting.
I had an overall good experience this college I had a few issues with professors but we were able to fix them. They also handle the coronavirus pretty well the have separated the student quite nicely. The only issue I had with them handle this situation is that they changed my professors halfway through the semester.
I had an overall good experience this college I had a few issues with professors but we were able to fix them. They also handle the coronavirus pretty well the have separated the student quite nicely. The only issue I had with them handle this situation is once they switch to online classes that they changed my professors halfway through the semester.
Overall, the school is fairly cheap and allows you to get everything up to an associate's. It is easy to get ahold of staff to figure out problems and get answers.
This semester a lot of information and coursework was online. It was adequate this way, but not very challenging or productive.
Allen Community College is beneficial in that it is affordable and accessible. The classes are easy and the professors are nice. However, there are not many opportunities available through ACC and the class offerings are not very challenging.
So far I have loved my experience at Allen. The online programs are easy to navigate and my professors have always been more than happy to help me out with anything I need.
Solid online classes. Plenty of material to help you pass the classes. Professors are readily available and grading is fair. Awesome price that includes books.
I was able to take 2 years worth of courses online, with my busy schedule this was very beneficial. The advisers work to help meet your needs and get you to where you want to be in the future.
Allen is a small college, so you have to want that. It's affordable and I like it, but it doesn't offer very many higher level math courses.
I feel my experience was really good. The professors really worked with you, at least the online ones did. I really liked the courses that were online. I like that most of the classes will transfer to another college, even if it is an equivalent.
Online classwork was overwhelming in the amount of daily homework needed to complete each class with very little help from teachers.
Allen is a good school to start at if you're low on money and want to start your education off cheap. The school is adverage and they're good at sports. Other than that it's a pretty boring place, with a boring set up. Hopefully as time goes on they get more for the school and town.
Small class sizes and student diversity. Very great instructors and would totally recommend Allen County Community College, it’s a great place to get your education.
Great for online learning. Professors get back to you pretty quick with emails. One on One student connections with faculty.