Bristol Community College
- 2 Year
- FALL RIVER, MA
Bristol Community College Reviews
Rating 3.8 out of 5 475 reviews
If you want a school that gives assignments on topics that haven't been covered, this may be the school for you. If you like taking assessments with questions that weren't covered by the course material but are the first result when you copy and paste the question into Google (ENCOURAGING cheating), this may be the school for you! If you want to spend HOURS cramming in order to write an essay only for the due date to be changed after you've already spent multiple days prepping for it and an entire day completing it, this may the school for you! If you want a school where you bring up these issues to the professor and get no response, this may be the school for you! If you want a school where there are no advising appts to discuss these issues for over a month this may be the school for you. If you want a school that feeds you Critical Race Theory and victimhood mentality under the guise of inclusion and diversity, this may the school for you. Google is better than attending BCC.
There is so many things that I could say about this college to the point where it would go beyond the required word count! Everything about this college is amazing. The professors and the classes are beyond its reputation. This is the best starter school for the best price. It is such a welcoming community, when I am on campus I feel at home!
Although I'm still in high school, Bristol allowed me, as a first-generation low-income student, to explore the opportunities college truly provides. As a result, it has fostered a positive thinking mindset of my dreams truly being in reach that I hope to one day fulfill.
Professors are very helpful. The school is very affordable. You have the choice to take hybrid or face to face classes.
The professors were very efficient, they would respond to emails quickly on any problem that I would have with the course syllabus or the course assignments. The school advisors were very helpful and lead you in the right direction for transfer purposes. I would highly recommend this college.
My online was very hard because of Covid. There was no resources to turn to and we had to self teach ourselves the material. I had nursing classes so it was very hard for me. I studied from 4am-12pm everyday to pass the courses. a lot of the teachers are very nice there. I only had one but she was dismissed. but over all I did learned a lot and feel so ready for the career I choose. I am honored to make a few friends along the way.
I genuinely enjoyed my time at BCC. I like volunteering for the mobile food market and the Human Services professors are so dedicated.
I took some online classes. Initially they were hard to manage but after COVID teachers really learned how to use the online format. Not bad overall
this is getting heavy, can you hear the bass boom I'm ready, whoohoo, life is sweet as honey, yeah this beat caching like money.
I love the way the online classes are set up at BCC. they make it easy for anyone to learn and succeed.
Really great college! Administration and teachers are very helpful and understanding. I wish it was a 4 year college.
online is difficult comparing it to in person classes. have to do a lot on your own and sometimes teach yourself but teachers are really understanding.
Overall so far Bristol Community College has been good to me. I've had great advice from the advisors and haven't wasted anytime with unnecessary classes. I have heard of others taking extra classes, but I've honestly not had any trouble with that. Duo far my professors have been straight forward about their expectations, however with switching to online I did have a professor (who was in his 70s) that sort of struggled with making what he wanted clear, but I did well despite the confusion. I wished I had gone here when I first graduated high school versus being brainwashed on how important it was to get into a university. A degree is a degree at the end of the day?!
Teachers have been super helpful and they tried giving you a gap to take exams due to the covid-19 situation.
It was an overall great experience. I wish more kids would take the bridge program way instead. They would be saving so much money!
The online learning experience at Bristol Community College is great overall! Online learning isn't for everyone though, so have a discussion with your advisor about whether it is a good option for you. They will usually recommend professors that are known to be especially good at teaching online.
Bristol Community College is a great school with many opportunities open to students! There are many clubs open to students to join, such as Seeds of Sustainability and the Tabletop Gaming Association. If you are interested in challenging yourself academically, Bristol Community College has a Phi Theta Kappa Honors Society chapter and also participates in the Commonwealth Honors Program. Most of the professors are wonderful and truly want their students to succeed!