Clatsop Community College Reviews
My two years in Clatsop Community College was like my trial and error period of what I should and shouldn't do in college. Always take advantage of the resources the college gives you. Never slack off on the work given to you by your professors. Keep an eye on your expenses and your funds. It wasn't the perfect experience, but that's okay. Because it's a community college, the consequences weren't as bad. Now that I've tasted what it's like to take college-level courses and have that feeling of independence, I feel more prepared to tackle the rest of my college life.
I really love how small and well-planned out the campus is. However, I wish there were more conservative instructors and professors at the college.
Clatsop Community College is a great college. I really enjoyed my time there, and I feel like it was good preparation for later in life. Additionally, the teachers are almost all excellent.
Friendly staff. They are currently remodeling one of their buildings and updating technology. I am so glad I decided to make the commute instead of attending my local college. Clatsop Community College is definitely the best College in the area.
The teacher to student ratio is great. Lots of help around campus for writing etc. All teachers are eager to help and want you to succeed. Great college to attend!
the fact that such a small college had a fire science program is wonderful.
my fire science program is fantastic. the training is as good as any fire dept academy
my school is unique because of the rather small size of it which allows you the chance to get to know your professors and other students better
my credits from other community colleges I have attended were easily transferred
the online courses are easily accessed and easy to understand and use
I did not find the financial aid office to be very helpful when i had issues in receiving my FAFSA money
The typical student at my school are your typical small town folk trying to get ahead in the limited job field with an education
The resources at my college are fantastic and easily used.
For my fire science program I feel that the job prospects are limited but the training and education I receive will help increase my chances.
I'm a engineering/physics major, I have had problems communicating with my adviser, however, overall, the experience has been great!
Community Colleges are very high in Oregon compared to California, however, the staff have been very helpful in assisting me with my financial aid.
My school consists of a combination, young and older students. Many preparing for transfer, others who have started later in their careers and wish to go to the nursing program.