Butler Community College
- 2 Year
- EL DORADO, KS
Butler Community College Reviews
Rating 4.06 out of 5 480 reviews
I like the classes. I hate the dorm room, showers, and paid $1000 for food service that I cannot access most of the time because of class times and work hours
I love all of my professors. They are all extremely helpful and work to help me succeed. I also really enjoy being able to take all of my classes online. This allows me to be a full time student as well as work 30+ hours a week.
My experiences at Butler Community College have been positive overall. The instructors are knowledgeable and helpful. They seem to genuinely care about their student's success. The smaller class sizes encourage group discussion which helps me retain the lecture better. Smaller class sizes also mean more one on one interaction with the professors. The campus has many good spots for studying and doing homework. Butler Community has also helped explore my interests and choose a major. I felt freer to look into different majors and decide if they would be something that I can see myself in.
I am a High School senior and have taken a few courses during my senior year worth dual credit. Love them!
The dorm is 25 minutes away from the campus where my culinary arts in-person classes are with no transportation provided. Would like to see campus buses to get to those classes.
A nice building. Certain professors are kept on pension and cannot be fired or removed from their teaching positions, even when their teachings are horrendous.
Professors seemed to care alot about connections with students. Had a great fine arts department and mass communication department. Campus is nice for a community college in the middle of Kansas.
My Butler experience overall is pretty good. I’ve learned to love more topics due to going to Butler I’ve learned to love math and science, and I found an interesting love for the brain and how it works and develops over time. Overall the professors that I’ve had have all been pretty good. I think I’ve had one out of eight professors not be understanding or rude. I would highly recommend Butler for any one. I have saved money, time, and have found amazing new opportunities thanks to Butler.
I really enjoy Butler Community College. The schedule is probably my favorite thing about it. I love how open it is and how it’s not schooling from 8am-3pm everyday.
I liked Butler because it was small class sizes, so it was easy for me to ask the professor for help and be able to get the adequate help needed. It also was a more casual learning environment with it being smaller classes. The professors I had were always very caring about the students and were there because they wanted to be, not for any ulterior motives. The only change might be that the buildings at the El Dorado facility were very outdated and need some updating, in the hallways and classrooms both (and the outside). Overall, I really enjoyed my experience there and miss it all the time!
This is my second year at butler and I had a great experience. I was scared to take online classes but I actually did great on them and even made presidents honor roll. I would love it if they had more traditional classes since some of the ones I’m enrolled are only online.
The campus is very easy to navigate and all the teachers are very enthusiastic. I work full time and the teachers were very understanding if I needed extra time on assignments.
My overall experience at Butler Community college was great. The professors are cool and the online courses were easy-to-use.
Butler was easy to navigate from enrollment to attending classes. Class size was perfect for non traditional students. Myself, as well as my child, has attended BCC
It was an amazing experience. The whole process to apply and enroll was easy and meeting up with an advisor really helped me a lot.
Butler has an amazing environment. Everyone is very nice and friendly. The professors are amazing and always willing to help.
Before I attended BCC, I was told about many benefits such as affordability, easier scholarship opportunities, and professors who value the student. While I found all of this to be true, BCC was so much more to me. I’ve never had the feeling of being sad to leave school until my last semester at Butler. In only 2 years, I discovered new passions, and I met new people who I love so much. I remember the fear I had with starting college and living on campus, but the dorms truly became my new home. I learned more at BCC than I thought I ever could in such a short amount of time. While I learned how capable I am of being on my own, staying productive, and holding responsibilities, I also learned that it’s okay to struggle, to be vulnerable, and to put myself out there because at BCC there will always be people in my corner to support me. What I’d like to see change is support universities have for community colleges because my journey wouldn’t have been completed without this one.
It has been one of the best experience of my life. I have made friendships that will last forever. The soccer program is one of the best in the country.
Hi I'm Yamin Thu. I'm new student at this bulter community college. At the moment I'm outside of us but I applied for spring. So I joined this scholarship because I want 1000$ for my education. I applied with computer science major. I'm so excited to attend in 2024. I want to talk about my story of why I choose this college because I haven't join yet this college. My aunt called me to come and study in us. So I was looking for college that accepted Duolingo and look like modern college. So I found this and I fastly fell in love with design and purple color. I'm crazy in purple. I wanted a degree with purple dress when I was young. So I firstly choose this and looking for others. But those are not fit with me. I totally wanted to attend this college even though this college is far away from my aunt house. But I decided to attend this college and live by myself . This is not easy but I want to try. So if I get this scholarship it will help me lots. If I can't get it at least I've tried.
I have taken classes with Butler Community College as a high school student and have taken a couple online courses. I love how Butler accommodates with high school students and allows them to take courses that count as both college and high school credits. These courses are known as dual credit courses. This benefits high school students by allowing them to take prerequisite courses while in high school so that they are a little ahead and can focus more on the courses they need for their degree when they get to college. The professors would come to the high school to teach and they were amazing at their jobs and gave a lot of information on what to expect as a full time college student. As I stated above, I took a couple online courses and I really enjoyed how the online courses were structured; they were easy to navigate and the instructors would be there to answer any questions that the students had. If I had to change anything, I would increase the number of dial credit classes.