Blackfeet Community College Reviews
Small town college that will help you get your foot into the door of higher education. Lots of staff who are willing to help you start with your AA degree in your field of experience.
I love how all of the staff treats you, they are all so nice. The campus is a perfect size also. I love this college!
The Blackfeet Community College is a great place to learn about the culture and they have a lot of resources to use.
I strongly feel that Blackfeet coummity college is a great experience for first time college students. The staff work with your schedule, and help you reach your goals to graduate. It is a great place personally I love being able to attend BCC to further my education.
It's a great school. Love the environment and it does not feel like i'm not wanted. No racism. Not very far. Very cheap school so you don't have to worry about breaking the bank. There is many people who want to see you succeed so you don't have to worry about getting your hopes up. So many majors to pick.
It is a close community, and because of the small size it is a very one on one experience with the administration doing all they can to work with students however they can.
The Blackfeet Community College is an affordable college with great instructors. It is student friendly. My favorite location to study is in the library where I have access to the computer and large tables. I love the librarians. They are very helpful. When I am not in class or at the library, I am looking for a meal in the Commons. On Tuesdays and Thursdays, there is free food. It is delicious. When my computer crashes, I cry to the techs in the Science building. The classrooms are not crowded. It is wonderful how the instructors make themselves available after class hours. The courses are challenging, but not so tedious and difficult that you fail. I would recommend the Blackfeet Community College to everyone wanting flavor while receiving an education.
I transferred to Blackfeet Community College in the spring of 2015 and returned this fall in 2016. The professors and facility are very friendly and helpful. The college really reaches out especially to the students and the community as well. I notice so many improvements and adjustments that are very helpful as a student. The college library is great as well, they have several books, computers, study areas and a conference room. My favorite thing about the college is "soup Thursday", every Thursday there's a free feed to college students in the commons of the main building.
Very strong student/ staff connection. Flexible with schedules. Limited degree choice and no student housing.
They are very flexible schedule wise, but they a limited in the amount of classes they have for each course.
so far the instructor has been very helpful along with the online practice.
Although encourage to eventually transfer most advisors want me to stay multiple years. Without adequate student housing my intention was to transfer after a few semesters.
Coming back into school after about three years i was nervous, but all my professors move at an well mannered pace for the entire class. The professors have been very helpful and even informed us of scholarship opportunities.
Very positive place to start or even get back into school no matter the age. At the moment they lack student housing though.
I'm slowly working my way to getting my education and I'm really far behind and slacking its putting a stressful energy on myself but I'm working best I can to get it taken care and to work at getting my education.
First year I attended was a bit uninteresting but I manage. The more I went and got to know people, the activities, and my own little routine it got easier and lot better. Best way to learn and not be scared or uneducated is to work hard and try your best to get better at what you do.