Bel-Rea Institute of Animal Technology Reviews
The professors do little to nothing to help their students succeed. The tuition is 2 to 3 times more than other programs in the area. They teach outdated medicine. Fewer and fewer clinics are hiring Bel Rea graduates as the school's reputation is continuing to tank. Professors and other staff members often brag about their low graduation rate as if it is something to be proud of. Not worth the money, effort, or time.
LOVED IT! When I was attending the professors were top of the line and were experts in their fields. The school is very challenging but doable.
I have had a flexible schedule during my 2 years. I was commuting by bus everyday and I only took classes in the mornings and afternoons. But sometimes, I wish that I could have taken evening classes.
I haven't taken an online courses but some English and Math classes are linked with an online course. You'll go to your regularly English or Math class, then you'll upload a homework assignment to the course.
The quality of the career center is very exceptional. They can assist you if you have a question or concern about a career and they'll help you find a career. Class sizes are about 12-20 students.
There are various courses you can chooses from. From art to science, each class is exceptional and worth your money. Plus, the advisors are there to help you navigate your way towards your degree. They'll help you choose the right classes and they'll make sure you make it to graduation. The professors are great and like I said, some of them are boring and some of them will make you feel like you'll want them as a professor again.
Student careers is one of the m ain things the school cares about. They are always planning events for students like career day, college transfer day, job/internship fairs, etc. They also have people that can notify you if an internship is taking place. Also, the school set up a job search website where if you're a student of the college, you can set up an account that allows you to view job postings by the job placement director.
There are different kinds of majors and degrees to choose from at the school. Each study field has their own school. Art has their own school, STEM field majors has their own school, and environmental has their own school. If you are in the science field like me, you have your own dean to go to if you have questions or concerns. Plus, you'll meet a lot of students that are in the same field as you that you can interact with. Plus, you can make a study buddy or a study group. There are always advisors that can assist you in your field if needed.
SFCC is one of a kind. One of the easiest schools i've been to. Some teachers are boring and some are pretty funny that makes you want to stay in their class for the remainder of time you attend there. There is also a high school at the school for sophomores through seniors. I love the programs they offer there, one specific kind is Trio. Trio can help you succeed in your studies, has one of the best tutors in the school and you'll just love the staff there. If any community college in the state of New Mexico, it's SFCC.
To me this school was a big step especially entertaining right after high school. I was more prepared and the teachers are very laid back and are willing to help you with what you need.
I haven't attended the school yet.
clinics love to hire people who have graduated from this school
very small classes, lots of hard work
very good, but its a lot of hard work
I like how my classes are in the morning, it really works out great.
Everybody is really kind and friendly. If you need help with somethings you definitely will.get the help.
The fact that they help you get a job is wonderful.
They help you on anything you need help with.
They help you fine a job, for you to start off on.
The fact that you get to be hands on is like actually applicable to the real world.