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Evening Degree Programs
- of students agree that professors put a lot of effort into teaching their classes.81 responses
- of students agree that it is easy to get the classes they want.73 responses
- of students agree that the workload is easy to manage.72 responses
Most Popular Majors
Liberal Arts and Humanities1,419 Graduates
Social Sciences525 Graduates
Biological and Physical Sciences517 Graduates
Business Administration and Management351 Graduates
Police and Criminal Science137 Graduates
Child Care Provider93 Graduates
Undergrads Over 25
Median Earnings 6 Years After Graduation
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Citrus College Reviews
Citrus College has been a very enriching place, where I have been able to seek out my education. I am in the Early College Program in my high school, which is a dual enrollment program with Citrus College. Citrus has professors come to my high school and give two hour classes. The professors have treated with great respect, and maturity. They are open to coming before class begins to answer any questions that we might have. Not only do we have help from the professors, but we are also open to use any of the tutoring facilities at Citrus College. With the I.D. given to us we can go on campus and use the study rooms, library, and computers. Over the summer Citrus also opens their campus for us to go and have our lectures on campus. By the end of my senior year I will have completed one whole year of general education, thanks to the program with Citrus College.
Getting into any science class requires a lot of patients and many lost semesters. The classes are often only offered during the main, spring and fall quarters, so if your placement to enroll isn't the first day you most likely won't even make it onto the wait list. I've had some teachers who are very passionate about their work but on the flip side, I've also had teachers who are just collecting a paycheck. It is hard to stay motivated surrounded by dispondent professors and student's who've all but given up.
I really liked the experience I had at Citrus College, specifically the student life and meeting many different types of people. Financial Aid and most Student services are very helpful with question and any problems I had. However, academically, I feel as if I'm not getting great teaching from some of the teachers I had, as if they just wanted to get through the class and leave. Classes that are usually hard to learn, like math wasn't fully taught with enough details to have students understand the material, but the tutoring services were fully qualified in teaching students, when the teachers couldn't. I've had great teachers, but math and chemistry is usually the subjects, where it was hard to learn from the teacher. The only other problem I had with the school was the advisors, because the first counselor I had messed up my fall 2016 schedule and had me take an English Class I had already fulfilled with the college I went to before over again.