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- of students agree that professors put a lot of effort into teaching their classes.20 responses
- of students agree that it is easy to get the classes they want.19 responses
- of students agree that the workload is easy to manage.19 responses
Most Popular Majors
Liberal Arts and Humanities370 Graduates
Computer Programming23 Graduates
Physical Sciences23 Graduates
Computer Systems Networking and Telecommunications13 Graduates
Natural Resources Conservation6 Graduates
Network, Database, and System Administration5 Graduates
Elementary Education4 Graduates
Mechanical Engineering3 Graduates
Chemical Engineering2 Graduates
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Cascadia Community College Reviews
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As being a Running Start student I was afraid to attend college at such a young age but with welcoming arms Cascadia felt like home. Cascadia is very organized in plaining events for students as well as incoming students. Their academic advisors are great in helping you plan your future and there are many opportunities to learn about writing your personal essay as well as many transfer fairs. I would recommend this college to anyone who wants to invest in there future!
It was a very nice place to attend college to easily transition to a University. I received an Associate Degree with a "Direct Transfer Agreement" and had no issues transferring to a University as Junior. Small class sizes make learning easy, however, the large amount of group work they do is just not for me!
I've taken 2 online courses. One was super easy, but a waste of time. The other was super difficult and took up all of my time! You do have to learn to interact with others, virtually, online. You are usually put into groups and given tasks to do over the internet--projects, assignments, etc. There's is not a very good professor/student relationship because you'll never see the professor. My 2nd online professor went out of the country! You'll also, most likely, never meet your online peers. That's kind of the point of online classes. However, almost any course you take at Cascadia will involve some type of online structure--there's a website that every student and professor uses to turn in assignments, interact, and see grades. But I did not enjoy online classes, personally; except for the part about not having to show up to a real, in-person class.