- 2 Year
- BRENHAM, TX
Blinn College Reviews
Rating 3.6 out of 5 1,301 reviews
I appreciate the personable teaching and administrative staff at Blinn College. I would like to see improvement in student fees such as parking fees.
Blinn College is a great college once you have your classes but getting advised there for classes can be a challenege just because you can go with one advisor and they help you out with what classes you need, then you can go to another advisor and they can tell you that those classes are not needed and you need different ones.
Teachers and faculty are very helpful in class and with applying to a four year university. The learning environment is very beneficial to me.
This is my first semester, and so far it has been a pretty nice experience. The teachers are all nice, very lenient and very helpful with assignments and exams. The commute from my dorm to class is a nice, brisk walk; my classes are no more than 10 minutes away. The dorm/meal plan is very nice, and I would say it's definitely worth the money. If I can get enough grants, I look forward to returning in the Spring.
I enjoy going to school here but I’m more of a big university girl. I’m transferring into A&M for fall 24’. Blinn has been a great start for me and college career! I’m thankful that it’s more cheaper than university since my parents can’t afford my school. I’ve gotten a lot of opportunities at Blinn and I’m thankful for the time I’ve spent here! I’ve got one semester left after this one and I’m ready to see where Blinn will take me next( hopefully A&M!!). Classes here are said to be easier but I think they’re just as a challenging as a 4 year university school so I’m thankful that I will be prepared going in. I wouldn’t change a thing about Blinn, my time here has been a blessing. It is hard to not be at a 4 year university when all of your friends are there, but I will say Blinn will prepare you just the same and give you just as many memories! Thank you!
I completed my AA at Blinn College, and I am satisfied with my degree for the cost of the education I received. Having a good professor was a hit or miss but I lived by "RateMyProffesor," which was relatively accurate, and picked my poison as often there weren't great choices available. The biggest struggle endured at this school will come with working with people who work for the admissions department. In the three years, I spent attending Blinn, I only met people through the admissions department who could provide helpful information or were decent at their jobs without my requests becoming redundant conversations for completing simple tasks. If you want your associates degree or certificate do your time despite the struggles and move on towards a better future because, despite the significant headache this school is, I have to look at the bright side, which is the fact that I did walk away with a degree.
overall I've had a good experience!! i like the dorms i stay in, im close to all my friends and a good distance from my classes.
Online college here is a joke. The teachers DON’T teach at all. You have to figure out everything on your own without any guidance other than a YouTube tutorial. Teachers have garbage office hours. One of my classes the teacher has availability of 10:30-11:30 on Tuesdays and Thursdays 2 hours a week. I’m paying for a course to learn from a teacher and I have to self teach each course then all tests are done by a computer grading for them. Due dates are all over the place one teacher wants them done by 10am another by 11pm. They have their own sites used for each course and it doesn’t coincide with the schools Ecampus course so you miss deadlines you didn’t even know existed if you’re not looking at the non school websites. Teachers are barely available to teach anything to their students if at all. Online learning is new but as a college they should have higher standards from their teachers and provide their customer/student with better courses and availability since I’m paying for it.
I love going to Blinn because it's so convenient for me because I work in my off time. The professors are super sweet and understanding. They love helping the students succeed in any way they can in their classes. The classes are small so it is a one-on-one time with the professor. All the staff and advisors are supportive in every aspect and they are super kind.
Absolootly puetryd. My statystiks teecher haz turrets and he shuved mee out uv my weelchare. The lunch ladiy kaled me slurs for the past to weecs. My nois canselin hedfons got stolyn by basquitall plaer. mi ruumeayte tuchhed meee at nit and i culd nut go to slep. One tim a teecher gav us brownis with marijuna and I pased out
I'm enrolled at Blinn Bryan, the only knock to Blinn is they use the ecampus for for online class access. Ecampus isn't a good choice compared to other School applications like Blackboard or Canvas. Other than that the school is fine.
It has been a great experience so far. The campus is very modern and spacious. The amenities are fantastic and the professors are great and understanding. Transportation is the one thing that has generated a problem for me.
So far it has been absolutely amazing everyone is extremely nice and helpful. The advisors are so very sweet and supportive.
The Blinn administration has been so helpful with everything I needed they get back to you quick as possible.
I actually enjoy my time at Blinn College it has its fair share of frustration but its a great school!
It’s amazing! All the facilities are state of the art. My time learning and studying is fantastic. Although most of the classes are pretty far I’d suggest the school investing into some bikes or electric scooters.
A cost effective way of going to college and getting to A and M and affiliated schools. I recommend going here if you have ties to the area and know a plan before hand.
The education is good for a 2-year college. If you're looking to get an associates, they have many degree options. It's also very easy to get your core classes out of the way without paying a hefty sum before transferring to a 4-year college of your choice. My only problem I've encountered is the website. The student website is a bit outdated and information is hard to find. Once you get used to it, it's not bad, but it definitely takes some time to know where to look for things.
Blinn College was a friendly and quiet environment, it was a new place and stage for me. I loved the atmosphere and the students who attended at Blinn. I made a lot of friends and built many connections with others.
I like how the teachers are easy to talk to and they will help you through your classes and make sure you get a good grade.