Arapahoe Community College
- 4 Year
- LITTLETON, CO
Arapahoe Community College Reviews
Rating 3.93 out of 5 700 reviews
Aside from one or 2 instructors, the instructors are helpful and knowledgable in the subject of the class. Everything is easy to find out online, sign up for or even tracking your progress for your degree. I wish that I had more assistance from financial aid, the process is confusing. I take part time online classes so far and it has been a struggle at times. Part time requires 3+ classes so you can get financial aid assistance. If you work full time it leads to some very long days.
Everyone at Arapahoe Community college is nice. The professors are direct, they do not drag you through. They teach in a way which applies to everyone different ways of learning.
I have been attending Arapahoe Community College for the last six months in their Nursing program. So far, I have nothing but good things to say about the program. The instructors are very qualified and knowledgeable on their subject fields. They provide a great student to teach ratio which allows everyone to get one on one time when needed. In the community health care setting, most nurses have agreed that ACC has the best students when it comes to nursing clinicals. The campus is always very clean and welcoming. Due to the college's police academy, the campus is a very safe place with very minimal crime. The surrounding area of Littleton has plenty of restaurants, bars, and coffee shops for when off campus.
I like the ability to have one on one with teachers. There’s also multiple resources on campus to help with study. The only issue is that there isn’t much help/representation for DACA students.
During my senior year of high school, I did a concurrent enrollment with Arapahoe Community College. While I was unable to attend in person classes due to Covid-19, I got to chance to experience online learning with them. All my professors were very welcoming, helpful, and kind to me. They were available to communicate with us, gave great comments/critiques about our discussion posts, work, and papers, and made sure that we understood each topic before moving on to the next. You could tell that they all enjoyed the subject they were teaching. Another reason why I liked this community college was because the staff was really helpful. I had to change classes one semester, and I was completely lost because it was my first time dropping and adding a course by myself. I called the admissions office, and they were able to help me step by step, gave me descriptions of each course, and even shared their own experience with classes they took in the past.
While going to meet with counselor she was very welcoming and helpful with scheduling my classes, the student life was amazing and willing to help me around while it being the first time on campus.
Extremely rude staff, teachers who don't care. I've had problems every single semester with tuition and no one has been able to help me, I get the run around every time and different answers from every person I speak to. There was one time when I made an appointment to speak to an advisor, and after not being able to figure out my class information or give me any answers, he kicked me out of his office to speak to another student and left me to figure it out on my own. This lead to so many other problems down the road. I get physical nervous reactions every time I have to call the cashier's office because of how mean they are over the phone. I'm doing everything I can to avoid having to go back next semester.
I am going into my freshman year at arapahoe and it seems great! The financial aid staff have been very quick to respond, the tuition is super affordable and the area is beautiful. They have a Western Undergraduate Exchange that makes it so much more affordable for people from the states that qualify!
I normally do not take classes online. But this past year, some were only offered online. I think the online experience changes for every type of course, but my overall experience was good.
I never took online classes. I did do remote classes due to COVID restrictions and they went well! I could work at my own pace and my professor was still very accessible to me.
Arapahoe Community College is a great place to attend! The professors are encouraging and very knowledgeable. They truly care about you and your education. I have enjoyed my time at ACC so much!
Arapahoe Community College allows me to work full time, provide for my family, and still achieve academic success on my time. Their online platform is easy to use and syncs up perfectly with my personal calendar, giving me easier access to my to-do list for the week.
I currently take all my classes online. This allows me to work full-time and still achieve my academic goals. If I ever have any questions, all of my professors have been easy to reach as well as the other school administrators.
LOVE ACC. It is a great school with a lot of different flexible options. Instructors are great and the community is diverse and welcoming.
All of my courses are online due to the pandemic. I have never taken online courses. I really enjoy being able to work remotely around my schedule. Three of my classes have weekly zoom meetings and I find these helpful.
I am a first-time college student returning to school after 15 years. I like my professors and classmates. Everybody is very respectful and helpful. I have interacted with several different faculty members and every experience has been positive. I enjoy doing my classes remotely.
I take classes provided by ACC at my current Highschool to acquire high school credit. These classes provided by ACC provide a chance to enhance your learning and prepare for college after highschool.