AVC is a public college located in Lancaster, California. It is a small institution with an enrollment of 4,117 undergraduate students. The AVC acceptance rate is 100%. Popular majors include Liberal Arts and Humanities, Social Science Research Methods, and Business. Graduating 29% of students, AVC alumni go on to earn a starting salary of $19,400.
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Evening Degree Programs
- of students agree that professors put a lot of effort into teaching their classes.111 responses
- of students agree that it is easy to get the classes they want.105 responses
- of students agree that the workload is easy to manage.103 responses
Most Popular Majors
Liberal Arts and Humanities539 Graduates
Social Science Research Methods310 Graduates
Natural Sciences158 Graduates
Police and Criminal Science146 Graduates
Manufacturing Engineering Technician82 Graduates
Physical Education Teaching and Coaching79 Graduates
Aircraft Maintenance63 Graduates
Child Care Provider63 Graduates
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Antelope Valley College Reviews
The professors will go above and beyond to help you achieve your degree. The student workers and staff members are extremely helpful in enriching your college life at AVC and provide workshops to all students who are new and are unsure how to set up financial aid, select classes and more! The honor program run by John Vento is amazing, they ensure high education with the best professors and smaller classes to allow more time with struggling students. The honors program is a must to join when going to AVC as graduating with 6 honor classes can increase your chances of getting into universities such as UCLA and other participating schools.
AVC has little to no programs for you to get access, there isn't much involvement,Counseling department administration is not well informed, they happen to be one of the most negatively criticized recourses, they have failed at making their student success a priority. There are less than 3-4 clubs available for you to get involved with. There are very few professors that actively involved in the students academic progress. Most course syllabus's are not completed during the semester. Parking is not accessible,You are always competing for a spot in a class and the waitlist for the classes is horrendously long. Their website is not fully updated with the current year information. The library is probably one of the best recourses available with efficient and caring staff.
I liked some of the teachers and how interesting some of the classes were. However, this is definitely a hit or miss school. Some of the teachers have REALLY bad reps in terms of teaching. I had one math teacher that used to write comments like “really?” on questions that I didn’t get right. Overall, my experience has been good. I plan on leaving soon. They also have a lot of support for transfers as well! Their Honors program helps to get students prepared for transferring to difficult schools like UCLA. BUT AVC IS DEFINITELY GETTING BETTER THOUGH!! A lot of improvements have been made in the four years I’ve been here. So I think it will be even better in the future.