Butler Community College Online
- 2 Year (Online)
- ANDOVER, KS
Butler Community College Online is a public college located in Kansas. Popular majors include Psychology, Criminal Justice and Safety Studies, and Social Science Research Methods.
In-State Cost per Credit Hour
$70 / credit
Financial Aid Website
Offers Hybrid/Blended Classes
Offers Fully Online Degrees
Offers Online Degree Completion
Online Classes Website
Most Popular Majors
- Criminal Justice and Safety Studies
- Social Science Research Methods
- Data Analytics, General
Butler Community College Online Reviews
Rating 4.64 out of 5 11 reviews
Overall my experience at Butler has been great. The professors are very knowledgeable and willing to help. Office hours are usually very open for professors, so the help is always there. The environment is very open and friendly giving a good learning atmosphere. I would like to see the classrooms get more natural light because trying to stay awake in some of the classrooms is impossible for a college student.
I spent a year studying at Butler Community College. In this year spent working on my education, I am please from the enjoyable and top notch experience I had. I did not know much about college coming into the year, but the advisors, professors, and staff at Butler Community College helped me understand key details; like setting up my schedule, practicing good time management, and much more. I liked that the class sizes were smaller than what is compared to at a state school or university, which allowed me to work one-on-one with my professors and get a good education. Throughout the year I felt protected while being on campus, which I had not experienced before. Even though I attended Butler Community College for one year to complete General Education courses, BCC helped make me feel more prepared and comfortable in college. This is very important to me because I was fearful of going to a large state school or university my senior year, but now I feel confident thanks to BCC.
My overall experience has been well, I would rate it 8/10. About a semester and a half into my education at Butler I realized I wasn't placed or made aware of any "first year experience" or freshman courses and activities. I felt as though I had lots of help enrolling, etc however when school began I felt left alone and I understand thats what college is about, but from the experiences of other students- it seemed there was more being done for new students that I didn't get to be a part of.