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- of students agree that professors put a lot of effort into teaching their classes.6 responses
- of students agree that it is easy to get the classes they want.5 responses
- of students agree that the workload is easy to manage.5 responses
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Chatfield College Reviews
My experience has been mostly great! This past semester I started going full time during the day, instead of part time evenings. My experience going full time has given me the opportunity to complete more classes, also to realize that Chatfield OTR/Cincinnati campus has vital components missing. As far as a Student Government, enough administrative contact with the evening students, and the OTR/Cincinnati campus doesn't have a Transition Coordinator for students transitioning towards graduation, other Associate degree schools in the area have discounted bus cards, Chatfield doesn't! I think these items are a necessity for current, transitioning and/or graduated students that may need assistance finding employment.
Chatfield is a great atmosphere to earn you associates degree. Despite what some hear that college is truly working to improve its inflexibility by involving the other well known universities and their professors. They have also worked to improve their class ranges in terms of sciences, math, and languages.
Some of the Instructors are great at applying real life to what we learn, but some of the Instructors are so far off it makes no sense that they are instructing us! These teachers have no perspective on current positions in the field or how to make what we are learning relevant to the demographic of students at this campus!