- 4 Year
- BOTHELL, WA
Cascadia College Reviews
Rating 3.82 out of 5 265 reviews
I liked the collage overall, I feel like I was able to further my education. However, being a nursing major and taking many science classes was quite revealing about the quality of classes and professors at the school. I took 6 science classes, 2 of those being chemistry, the other 4 being biology, and only had 2 professors total that were helpful and I felt made a lasting impact on my learning, and taught in a way that was absorbable for students. Other than that the school was great, but I would maybe consider going elsewhere if you are headed in the health sciences direction.
The online learning experience was not great. I am not someone who learns well in an online setting at all, and most professors that I encountered were not very accommodating with things like network errors, online exams, and assignment submission. After hearing other people's experiences at other schools, I was disappointed with the way most of the professors handled the switch to an online environment.
Online classes are very flexible, and the professors are understanding. Most of my online classes have been asynchronous, but there are still many group projects and class discussions. Due dates and assignments are posted way in advance so you can usually work at your own pace.
Cascadia College is a great school with a very supportive environment. As a Running Start student, I wasn't sure what to expect going into a college environment as a high schooler, but Cascadia has always felt very welcoming. The professors are very passionate and willing to help you, and the students are friendly and kind.
My online classes at Cascadia were great. The professors made sure that all students were doing well and being prepared. Professors offered great instructions to help us, students, throughout the course work and lectures. I am so grateful I had such amazing professors and peers at Cascadia College.
Decent college, virtual classes were fair. Very heavy on the group projects. Some professors were helpful and others weren't.
It uses the Canvas web page, professors are heavy on group projects. Professors never work on the weekends, expect your emails to be replied to within a week (depending of professor).
Good school for people seeking to transfer after earning an associate degree. Good professor and small class size.
Cascadia College is one of the best institutions that I have ever visited. The campus and diverse environment makes Cascadia unique. It is a student-centered college with best quality of academics and student life. I really enjoy Cascadia College and encourage others to experience it.
Small Community college. Perfect for international because they have the opportunity to learn English faster. good professor overall, hut the downside is that some classes are offered one a year during specific quarter reducing chances to get in the class or get stuck with one professor.
Cascadia creates a supportive sense of community. There is alwasy ativities and ways to get involved.
As a international student, I have no idea about all the things such as required courses I need to take. And the Only one academic advisor I trust put me into a situation that I will never ever forget. I failed two classes because he put me into three challenging classes for the same quarter. Over all is good, Other than this.
It is an amazing school. There are great people and great teachers for it being a community college. I feel so comfortable being at school and there are many easy-to-study areas. The technology at the school is more advanced than expected too. The only thing I would change is the parking. The morning classes are easy to find a parking spot. But if you have an 11 am, 1 pm and 3 pm class, good luck finding parking.
I started at Cascadia Community through Running Start in high school. I wasn't a fan of high school due to everyone not caring about being there to learn, so I was glad to join the college and be around people that actually showed up to class to learn for their futures. I can't wait to see how it continues to grow over the years to come!
I've enjoyed the classes that I've taken, along with my program and advisors. I do wish that there was a stronger sense of community on campus, particularly for older students, but other than that I would recommend Cascadia.
It was an absolute hit and miss between quality, engaging and amazing professors and dry, awful and unorganized professors with no in between. Depending on the teacher, your class and grade can go up or down. I would say most teachers I had were truly amazing but the bad ones were so very awful. Class content-wise, they were really good classes and I actually learned a lot. I will say there was a definite screw towards liberal ideology and if you had differing opinions you won't feel comfortable expressing them there. The campus is pretty cute with a public food garden, a couple of cafes and a subway with a huge library. It has a nice grass field and a wooded area with a cemetery up the hill which is cool. The nice thing about sharing a campus with UW Bothel is the resources like the library, sports and UW bookstore.
Parking is absolutely awful and most professors are jerks but you get what you pay for. As long as you work somewhat hard then you're going to get your degree and get out of there.