Central Virginia Community College
- 2 Year
- LYNCHBURG, VA
Central Virginia Community College Reviews
Rating 3.68 out of 5 210 reviews
My experience here was good. The teachers were very understanding and helpful. CVCC also provides students with plenty of resources to ensure no failures.
This college has went above and beyond to ensure they help with everything a student needs. Every time that I was confused about something, or even had a simple or complex question, I can ask anyone at the college and they will work together to get the answer I need plus any other information that may be helpful in the future.
With everything that is going on in the world, they try to accommodate everyone to make a better learning space. They also make the classes more flexible and easier to manage with time. I would probably stay online for the rest of my degree.
Overall, it was pretty good. The quality of the teachers varied but it was not too bad. I can't stand online learning so I hope that changes soon.
Online learning doesn't work well with me. I need to be able to interact with others and a have a physical teacher. The teachers seemed to be capable of using the tools they had but it took some time for them to get used to it.
Yes, some classes were online due to covid and the professors for the most part were available to be reached quickly with questions or concerns and at times it could take a few weeks to hear back to fix a technical problem or concerning with about a question regarding my grade.
My online classes have been simple to adjust to and contained reasonable amounts of assignments to do.
I started CVCC while everything was online due to the pandemic. The staff made the transition to online learning straightforward and simple.
If you’re coming straight out of high school and going to college it is challenging and you have to put the work in to pass
Central Virginia Community College is a very welcoming place. I so far have not had any issues there.
The online classes were okay. I felt like I passed my classes with flying colors. Though I would have preferred to have literature class on campus. The professors did communicate well.
I love the EMS program designed for the 2 year paramedic degree. The professors are knowledgeable and always willing to help a student that needs help in problem areas. The school is also a great place to get prerequisites done for graduate school such as biology, anatomy, chemistry, ect. Overall a great school to get started and receive an associates degree and move on to higher education.
I have taken a lot of paramedic classes online. We do have really long zoom sessions but we also meet once a week to do clinical work. Great if you don’t have much free time for a lot of school work.
CVCC had a rough mid semester transition last semester, and the teachers will ill equipped to do so. However, this semester the teachers were much better equipped to handle fully online courses. The online resources are decent, but CANVAS, among other programs, has completely gone haywire several times now.
I am currently taking online classes due to the pandemic. All of my professors have worked with students to help get us setup and ready for the semester.
I am part of the dual enrollment through CVCC. I really like how we have a center right in my hometown, I don't have to travel to main campus if I were to need something. The only thing I would change is the cost for dual enrollment, we are all in high school and can't afford $2,400 a semester by ourselves and some of our parents just don't have it.
the staff has been very helpful. they are nice and understanding. helpful when you need them. there tho help. good environment