Baton Rouge Community College
- 2 Year
- BATON ROUGE, LA
Baton Rouge Community College Reviews
Rating 3.51 out of 5 329 reviews
I have had a great experience here thus far. I would recommend using an online professor rating tool when choosing your instructors so you can have he best chance at success. I really love the online learning opportunities to help me balance school with work and life responsibilities.
My experience at Baton Rouge Community College was breathtaking. From my first semester, I was struggling with a few of my classes due to COVID. There were some classes I would personally rather take in class than online. Overall the professors were amazing, they motivated me to work more and challenge myself.
At Baton Rouge community college they are very helpful in ways that some schools aren’t. They have scholarship opportunities and are very easy to apply for. They also have sometimes professors do not answer emails which is not good. But other than that the school is very good, helpful to start you off with a certain degree that you want, and the classes are transferable.
Great school for cheap prices before transferring to finish bachelors. The professors there are just as good as non community colleges.
I loved online. Lets you go at your own pace but just as valuable as in person learning with the same great professors.
I started school Fall semester 2020. I had no other choice but to do online schooling because of Covid. What I liked most about the schooling was that the teachers where there to to help. Most of my professors would email me back no later than 24 hours upon me sending them an email. I must say that everything online is fast paste and it is easy to lose track or get off course. If I had any tips it would be to stay organized check everyday for due dates and new assignments and DO NOT PROCRASTANATE.
Over all this is a pretty good school for people just coming out of college that is not yet ready from a university. Some of the same professors you see at LSU and Southern A&M University you will see at BRCC.
I had to take online classes because of covid and it was not the best for me. I had some professors not have zoom meetings at all. Also, being online it somehow made the class more expensive.
When trying to get help it could be very difficult. When you would call the school they would usually never answer the phones. When going to the guidance for help they could do the opposite of help. This would only leave further confusion for the students.
I am joyed all my courses the online and face-to-face learning experience has prepared me academically to move forward.
I love how my professors respond to my emails so quickly. I also love how friendly the professors are.
I like how the students help each other to succeed in each class. I also love how different food trucks show up on campus throughout the week. One bad thing is how their no cafeteria, it’s been getting “repaired” for 4 years.
This will be my first semester at BRCC. The administration and instructors seem to be great. I have had a good experience with understanding what I need to do to complete my certifications I am going for.
Never had a problem with online classes matter of fact I loved them. If a person can learn online I would recommend this learning tool for them. Yes
This school is ok for a Community College. I’ve had my good experiences and some bad when it came down to my financial aid. The overall school as far as academic wise the professor are very concerned about their students well being:
I am 47 years old & when I made the choice to go back to school, I am glad I chose Baton Rouge Community College! They help you every step of the way! If you struggle, they have tutors on standby!
When we had to go to online only classes, we just continued what we were doing in class. We also had "zoom" to help us be able to interact as if we were in class. It worked out just fine!