Anoka Technical College
- 2 Year
- ANOKA, MN
Anoka Technical College Reviews
Rating 3.86 out of 5 149 reviews
Its a beautiful school with great character and the people there are great to work with and seem to help out with anything Its a beautiful school with great character and the people there are great to work with and seem to help out with anything Its a beautiful school with great character and the people there are great to work with and seem to help out with anything Its a beautiful school with great character and the people there are great to work with and seem to help out with anything Its a beautiful school with great character and the people there are great to work with and seem to help out with anything Its a beautiful school with great character and the people there are great to work with and seem to help out with anything
Anoka Technical College has been very good to me personally. All my professors are very helpful and want to see me succeed and become a successful Technician. I really like how the Automotive Program here is so hands-on and I think it will benefit me tremendously in the Automotive field.
There is always room for improvement, I feel like the admissions staff could be more helpful and attentive.
The thing that I like about Anoka Technical College, is the support from the staff. The staff and professors are there to help you succeed despite what you may face academically, financially, or situations at the workplace or home.
This is the fourth college I have attended, and my favorite so far. All the programs they offer are specialized for a specific career, so if you know what you want to do this is a great place to go. You aren't required to take a lot of general education classes, which I like. They also are able to transfer in many credits from other schools, which was a plus for me. All the faculty I have interacted with so far have been extremely helpful and kind, and they seem to genuinely care about the students. The coursework is semi-difficult, but doable, and applicable to the real world and your career choice. Overall, I am extremely satisfied with my choice to attend.
The professors really seem to care about their students, wanting to help them and see them succeed. The campus is always clean. They also have a nice cafeteria.
Great school to attend if you plan for a obtaining a job after two years or transferring to another school to continue to a 4 year. They supply a lot of great information and help lead you to success. They also have great resources available to students.
I liked how small the classes are, so the teachers are able to work with you more one on one. I like how the students are welcoming, and if you need help with anything that someone is always willing to help you out.
There are always interesting things going on here. The staff is very dedicated to your success. Very glad I came here.
Professors are knowledgable. They are funny and humorous. They make class fun. They let you out of class early. They are understanding. Small class sizes. Good diversity.
I like the smaller class sizes and the support given at Anoka Tech. Being a part time student, working full time, things can become overwhelming, but I have enjoyed being back in school.
I loved going to anoka tech. The school is easy to navigate and my instructor(s) were amazing. They helped me to the best of their ability to teach me all they could.
Had a horrible experience from the start. My first classes were web development and tech fundamentals with teacher Lisa Hubbard. Web development was very demanding with chapters and assignments being thrown at you. Not only that communication with my teacher was of no help at all, she just looked at me like I was stupid for asking for help. Her answers are always to look in the book, now if all I needed was the book what am I paying you for to sit at your desk and shop online instead of helping your students. When it comes to her grading your assignments it takes 2 to 3 weeks. In both of her classes its the same no communication your on your own. I strongly suggest you look elsewhere, do not waste your money here for no education and definitely stay away for Lisa Hubbard's class if you want to succeed in life.
It was easy to follow along and know what was expected of me each week. I had a handle on my coursework throughout the semester and didn't get behind. You have to make sure you are organized though, as the potential to fall back would be very easy since you have to stay accountable since you aren't going into class each week.
There are people that will help you find worthwhile places to begin your job search
The instructors are very helpful and they want you to succeed. They will help you in any reasonable way they can to make sure you learn what you need to.
There are frequently career fairs they hold on campus so you are always exposed to possible job placement opportunities