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Evening Degree Programs
- of students agree that professors put a lot of effort into teaching their classes.8 responses
- of students agree that it is easy to get the classes they want.7 responses
- of students agree that the workload is easy to manage.7 responses
Undergrads Over 25
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Brightwood College - Modesto Reviews
Review Brightwood College - Modesto
My experience has been an amazing one. Right from the enrollment process to my first day of class. My instructors are so great and so helpful when you need one on one help. While in school it is so amazing that they help you create a portfolio so you are prepared when looking for potential employers as well as being sent to job interviews by career services. College can feel individualized at times but never with this school. You always having an instructor when you need help who allows you to be hands on instead of just reading from a book.
My experience up to this point has been amazing. Going into a respiratory program I was intimidated by the amount of work that needed to be put in. Although the instructors made it so easy and great to learn with there one on one sessions as well as there hands on techniques. Hands in techniques prepare me for real life situations in respiratory care.
One thing the school offers is the KCP pins. Not all students have to earn all 8 pins, but the more you have the better you look. Some special options for studying is being able to come in early before class and working in the computer lab. Also, the library is open for any student who wants to study in a quiet enviorment. All workers on campus, including the workers from career services, are always willing to help with any situation and willing to make you shine as a student. All professors are caring and always willingly to help an individual student when they need a little more help on a certain subject.