Central Virginia Community College
- 2 Year
- LYNCHBURG, VA
Central Virginia Community College Reviews
Rating 3.72 out of 5 222 reviews
I really enjoyed my time at CVCC. I made great friends and I actually took my education serious. My professors and classmates supported me and cheered me on.
CVCC is a great Community College, from its wide range of associate degrees and certificates that they offer, to the activities that they plan in order for students to be able to come together and socialize. Cvcc is a great choice to start off your college education
They have everything you need to be successful! Tons of different opinions for tutoring and extra help. The few teachers I've had so far have been fantastic.
I haven't started, but the enrollment and financial services I have been helped with as been significant. I'm looking forward to starting classes this fall. I have been able to get the online courses I was looking for this fall and spring.
The environment was very welcoming. Classes are small, which is attractive to some people. It's a good transition between high school and going to a larger university. Professors were always helpful and great at communicating whether it was online messaging, or in person.
Overall, good school. The classes are not too hard and most of the professors are great and willing to work with students.
I enjoyed my time at CVCC! All of my teachers were helpful and dedicated. The classes were perfect for my skill level- not too advanced and not too slow. The classes I chose also kept my interest. The only class that I had trouble with was philosophy.
Cvcc has its ups and downs 75 percent of teachers there are very nice and caring while the other 25 dont care what happens to you.
I am an Early College student at CVCC. I would recommend the Early College Program because it is a good academic opportunity but CVCC itself is mediocre.
I enjoyed the small classes which allowed for a comfortable atmosphere to interact with the professor and students. Professors seemed to care for your success and were easily accessible for help.
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.
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.
I had a good 2 year experience there. My classes started on campus and then it went virtual with Covid-19. At times, it took awhile for professors to reach back to you with concerns that you may have or technical issues online that would disrupt me getting my work done. The professors overall were good and helped in anyway to see students succeed. It is a money saver to take general classes there and then transfer to a 4 year university.
I started CVCC while everything was online due to the pandemic. The staff made the transition to online learning straightforward and simple.