- 2 Year
- REDWOOD CITY, CA
Canada College Reviews
Rating 4.26 out of 5 247 reviews
I believe that my experience so far in Canada Community College as gone excellent. There are so many recourses that could help any student with problems like financial aid, food, transportation, tutors, and many more. Furthermore, many of the professors that I've met so far have been really understanding and I am able to communicate with my professors in many ways.
Going into my second year, I can confidently say that the professors and counselors here are rooting for your success. Of course, Professor quality can vary but I’ve found that ratemyprofessors is very accurate and helpful in picking the best classes. Do not sign up for a class without vetting your professor first!! The school has lots of accommodations too, so if you’re disabled or have mental health issues or are an ESL student, there are lots of opportunities for you to succeed. The campus is very clean and well maintained. There are lots of areas to sit and relax, and the way the school is laid out is intuitive and clear. I haven’t tried the food in the cafeteria but there are vending machines and the bookstore for small snacks.
They have helped me a lot with covering textbook payments, car parking, supplies and even food banks for those struggling with income. They also offer in person, online or hybrid classes with amazing Professors that understand some students are trying to get a grip on their situations.
Cañada College offered an array of high quality classes with professors who care about its student. Through Cañada I have gotten once in a lifetime internships and jobs through the MSI and a position at Stanford University, one that I still hold. The councelors are helpful and friendly and have helped me on my path to Cal Poly Humboldt. Without Cañada I would not be here today.
An incredibly reparative experience. I came to this school feeling defeated with my past prospects, having come from another country with not much guidance or support, but Cañada has definitely thrown that out. With amazing professors that take the time to sit with you and give you feedback that doesn’t make you feel like a failure and counselors that are excited with your progress, celebrate your success and are active in your goals, I’ve never felt more validated in the work that I do and want to do. It’s difficult to say what I would want to improve and I, of course, understand no school is without its flaws, but my personal experience has been amazing. I’m excited to continue my classes and to explore my future with Cañada College.
Great place to study, affordable, some of the professors are very friendly and helpful. The new science building is so cool. It's a bit of a walk from parking to campus but it's worth it.
It's was the first time that I had I got help from my other college because it had more effectively in how to describe things how I very unique.
Canada College is a great school! They provide many resources and programs within the school that can really help you succeed academically. Depending on what you study, the classes can really teach you a lot and challenge you enough to really understand what you are learning.
I was able to build a solid foundation of knowledge about what college/college classes would be like.
In the transition of moving from in class to online I'm sure was a very complicate for not only myself but for most. Prior to the pandemic I did take a class and it was a good experience because I felt like I've learned a lot on my own.
Before the pandemic started I definitely loved this campus as my first ever experience as a community college student. As a first generation student I was pretty scared that I was not going to fully get the process of college and high fears of dropping out. Luckily I did not get that experience on this campus. Canada has so many resources to offer their students since the majority of them are first generation. All their staff and professors are super friendly and ready to answer any possible questions.
There was a seamless transition into online learning and it was made very simple for us. I was still learning at the same pace as in-person learning
The campus is great and courses are manageable. They have a great foundation that supports students and any student will thrive there
My professor very helpful and everyone in the campus very help. When i transfer i was lost and dont know where to go. It was really big campus and their is not much students in the campus. I am very shy student but i went to the administrator office . I ask for help and they help for everything i need such as helping to send appoitment for my couselor and help me to find my classes. Their resource helpful too. My professor very nice . During this pandemic it was really hard to learn . But my professor they make it really easy for us students and communicate through everyone to solve the problems we have.
Professors did a good job adapting to the online shift, I think a lot of platforms used such as cengage etc do a good job of making a course progress oriented and direct in terms of course material.
Very affordable, great scholarship program under Promise. Counselors could be more personalized, I personally had trouble with deadlines and misinformation with regards to my credits needed.
I think that the online learning so far has been very well put together. I believe that the professors are all so very helpful.