Central Texas College
- 2 Year
- KILLEEN, TX
Central Texas College Reviews
Rating 3.86 out of 5 855 reviews
There are quiet a few professors who I'd love to learn from again, but CTC doesn't have their professors teach more than 1-2 different subject classes on average so I'm unable to continuously find professors that suit my learning style.
I am enrolled here because I am in ECHS. CTC is a decent school to get your associate's degree, the professors are nice and there are lots of resources on campus to help you with them.
The teachers take time to make sure you are understanding the material. The automotive teacher is really good about giving you a lot of hands on experience and answering questions. The campus is easy to navigate and staff is very friendly
It was a good student teacher ratio. Cafeteria on campus. Other programs i.e. nursing on campus. Plenty of parking. Moving forward, offer a wider variety of courses.
I love it. The professors are the best. They are helpful to the fullest. If you do fail you can get back on track.
This school is excellent for online course work. If you are military or military spouse, you should definitely look into it
Central texas college has a lot of variety and so far I have enjoyed all the professors I’ve had! I also think it’s really cool that they’re so flexible because I’ll be in Hawaii starting next semester. The way they are so familiar with military and are able to help them get an education is pretty neat.
I signed up to take an online class. I had a family emergency that occurred on June 1st. So after the 2nd day, I dropped the class. I knew that because of my family emergency, I was not going to be able to concentrate and do well in the class. So I knew that dropping the class was the best thing for me to do. But even though I had a family emergency and I was extremely depressed all summer long and am still struggling with the depression, the college still insist that I pay almost $300. I'm a low income single mom and I had a family emergency but they don't care. So I set up a payment plan, which is extremely pathetic because they make you pay half of what you owe up front and then the rest in 2 installments over the next 2 months. I had no choice, if I didn't, they were going to send my bill to a collections agency. All I wanted from Central Texas College was a certificate and they screwed me financially!!!!! Now I'm taking online courses for free & paying for the certificate.
Central Texas College is amazing. They always try to have the students connect and care for everyone’s wellbeing.
It's a great experience that allows for flexibility when it comes to working around your personal schedule.
Oh was challenging but that’s what you expect from college. Definitely worth it to get ahead in my education. My high school also was enrolling us in college so we had an associates when we graduated high school. Very glad I took the opportunity to go. College is an education that is with so much. Central Texas College was very flexible with our time and respectful.
Central Texas College is a great college to start at and transfer from. The classes are fairly diverse and the teachers are always willing to work with students. My professors were very kind and understanding whenever I had a conflict with school work and personal life. I recommend going to Central Texas College. The classes are fairly priced, and is definitely worth it.
It's an average school. I would like to see the professors take the time to teach rather than just reading of a powerpoint or textbook.
I like the convenience of the proximity of the college campus location. I am currently Active Duty and I like the fact that the courses are flexible for my schedule. There's a diverse group of students attending and the school is military friendly/ knowledgeable.
The college is very good not just for an associate but also for training for trade jobs. The professors are also very understanding and grade fairly. It is truly a great community college.
Instructors I have had truly care about their students and their success. The campus is a beautiful location. There are plenty of services/resources.
I completed my degree with the school I started with, and I'm over 3 states away! I started when I lived in Texas in 2001 and graduated from online classes 19 years later. I was a bit intimidated, not knowing how everything worked with online classes. The financial aid process was simple and the workers in the department were always prompt in their responses to emails. Ordering textbooks from the bookstore was easy because the funds were taken from my account and sent out within days. The professors were friendly, understanding if you were a bit late and had an interest in getting to know us, even though we were online students. During the COVID-19 pandemic, I experienced financial hardship and contacted the alumni fund that was set up to assist students in similar situations. They paid my rent, phone and electricity and it gave me the peace of mind to concentrate on my last 2 classes to complete my degree with honors! I am very happy that I decided to finish my degree there.!