- 2 Year
- NORWALK, CA
Cerritos College Reviews
Rating 3.88 out of 5 1,332 reviews
Cerritos College gave me the opportunity to transfer into a prestegious university in California. I am truly grateful for the opportunities and connections the college gave me to succeed.
Cerritos College care more about their buildings, & the way it looks rather than convenience and consideration of their students. There is no longer any temporary parking or meter parking if you need to go to the office, you’re going to have to purchase an all day pass even if you were going to only be there for 15 minutes. The staff seem to not fare much about the efficiency in any area. I see far less students that attend the school than I had seen when I used to come to this school. You would think over the years the school has upgraded, and instead their improvements only are not well thought out. I doubt there is any brainstorming or “pros/cons” when making new decisions
I enjoy Cerritos College and I love the energy that they bring towards me and how they are willing to always help whenever I need it.
My overall experience with Cerritos College has been amazing with the help of teachers and staff. I feel very supported and confident with choosing Cerritos College
My time at cerritos has been short and fulfilling I have learned a lot about how difficult college life can be and not to underestimate it.
The institution provides a great selection of classes, despite the variety of teachers that actually teach; some of them do not seem very capacitated yet the learning environment and student enthusiasm are quite there. The institution as a whole has a great social space where we as students can interact and build relationships. There are clubs and activities that highlight students energy and will to build connections and socialize while also doing a greater good for all of us. Staff and student cabinate are super supportive and provide as much help as we need; they guide and listen to students, making our experience very pleasant here.
I think it's great so far. I'm part of a program that helps me with my classes, books, and resources I have access to. I'm happy to be in a community college even if it's not exemplary. One thing I'd wish changed would maybe be more events held for certain majors; I'd love to build more connections for culinary arts.
Cerritos College gives each student an equal opportunity to transfer to their preferred college/university within two years! The professors are helpful and the amount of academic resources provided by the faculty will be enough to get you closer to your career goal.There is mostly nothing to complain about this community college. It is an excellent choice for those who are on a budget and want to get a bachelors within 4 years
I enjoyed how much help the admissions and counseling office gave. During the pandemic, it was difficult to connect with others and coming out of the pandemic the events hosted were very small. The professors are very welcoming and it definitely feels like a team effort when it comes to course work.
Cerritos College is a very beautiful campus, I am a freshman and the experience in the last weeks is pretty good, clean campus, good student service and the professors are really good at the moment of communication with them. I’m a psychology student that have a lot of goals, the classes are really easy and professors make easy the assignments, so students can do the task and the schedules are really flexibles. Definitely I’m having a good experience at Cerritos College and I will recommend for upcoming Freshman’s to enroll in Cerritos college, they offer really good programs and specially for international students too, because I am Honduran and they gave me helpful advices and I am part of Cerritos complete program, which says that they are given me 2 years of free education in campus
I love the helpfulness that the staff provides. As someone who is in their 20s, going back to school seemed like a challenge for me but with the help of cerritos college and making me understand how easy and fun it is to get back into school, I love it. I made the right choice in choosing cerritos
Its a resourceful school but when it comes to one on one help that’s out of the question. Its as struggle to get of a hold of a counselor as well.
Amazing Professors, Beautiful and clean campus though not immense but it’s very calming. I learned a lot and had great professors that truly seem like they love their job. Underrated Place. I was a psych major and went to csula for affordability but Cerritos felt more like a school than csula did for me. You won’t regret them but take advantage of everything they offer!
I enjoy the online and remote classes. I also enjoyed the classes at this school. When I graduate I wish to come back to visit or take a course again. I enjoy the feel of walking around the campus and meeting new people.
Everyone at Cerritos is very friendly, and willing to help. Administrators are very easy to get into contact with. The website is also very easy to navigate. Overall, I have felt as if they truly want to help me with school.
The campus is compact and well-organized, with signs directing you to the classrooms because they can be difficult to find. Every professor I've had thus far have been really pleasant and helpful. In my two years, I've had four professors who were enthusiastic about what they did and made learning about their subjects easy. They also offer a variety of opportunities, including tutoring and entertaining campus events.
Schools have the potential to improve in several ways to make learning better for students. Firstly, they can focus on personalized learning, recognizing that each student has unique strengths and learning styles. Secondly, integrating technology into the classroom can enhance engagement and access to information. Thirdly, project-based learning encourages critical thinking and collaboration. Schools should also prioritize students' emotional and mental health, providing counseling and creating a supportive environment. Involving parents and the community in the education process is crucial. Promoting cultural diversity and inclusion fosters respect and understanding. Offering professional development for teachers keeps them updated with the latest strategies. Assessment methods should go beyond standardized tests and provide constructive feedback. By addressing these areas, schools can create an engaging, inclusive, and effective learning environment for all students. Flexible Learnin