Coffeyville Community College Reviews
Rating 3.55 out of 5 157 reviews
Underwhelming but diverse. Many of the students are involved with the school through activities and it is easy to get a scholarship.
Did not attend classes online however many who do struggle with consistency from teachers. Would not recommend.
Overall, Coffeyville Community College is a good experience if you go into it knowing that these two years will be filled with struggle. The campus itself isn't very nice and the quality of education is subpar. But if you work hard and put effort into your classes then you'll be fine.
I didn't have any online classes so I don't really have any input on what the online experience is like
The professors and staff are very nice. Food isn’t the best but dorms are very new and spacious. Not much in town but it is nice and the locals are great.
Due to the covid19, our classes were move to online. I believe it could be really hard for some students who are not use to self discipline but the professors and school were able to make things happen to help those who were most in need.
Coffeyville was a home away from home. They people in the community are so welcome, love, and caring for every students who are attending/attended. I had met a lifetime friends there. I am forever grateful for them.
I thought Coffeyville Community College was a pretty decent college, but there are still some changes that could be made, like keeping up with their athletes and their scholarships. Also, possibly expanding the parking lot for more parking spaces.
I have never had a bad day at Coffeyville! Every single one of the teachers I've had the pleasure of knowing have been extremely kind and helpful in preparing me for my school transfer and preparation for future careers.
I like the snall Community. Everything us easy to get to. The classes are small so i can ficus more. I like to see the coaches play every athlete instead of using the same players every game. Everyone paid money or recieved a scholarship so everyone deserves to play.
Coffeyville community college is alright but I wouldn't have come here if I had a tour before hand. When entering the girls side of the doors it always smells like poop. If the dorms ever get dirty during the weekend it will stay dirty till Monday when everyone comes back. half the time most of the washers don't work. the lobby furniture is torn up and they just had it for two years. The only challenging classes are the science classes which are the best. The dorm RA's show favoritism. The food is edible but not the best and the café is only certain times a day and u cant take the food out so your gonna have to make sure u have your own icebox and microwave
Honestly I really like coffeyville community college because the environment is like back hon in Puerto Rico. Is relax, I like the weather but sometimes is kind of crazy. The people are really good, they treat you like a person and the teacher are good as well. They take care of you and help you in wherever you need. And you can see a diversity of races, people from different places of the world. But honestly I recommend to the school to have more places of entertainment, because sometimes can be a little bit boring to be here without doing something for a while.
Small campus, good people, professors are always available to help you succeed. I'm not a party person so I wouldn't know about the party scene but the campus is very social and keeps students involved. Sports are always great too.
Really not a bad school I like it better than Pratt community college one if the best colleges to get recruited from.
I enjoyed my 1st Semester at Coffeyville. The professors were very accommodating and helpful. I wish there was more to do in town or on campus, but overall, it has been a good experience for me. It is a good way to transition from high school to a 4 year university.
I have enjoyed Coffeyville because of how close it is to home for me. I like that I have met new people but also not been completely out of my comfort zone. The only thing that I have had problems with is financial aid and they did pretty well trying to help me figure it out!
The town is very small if you want to do any thing you will have to drive an hour. The teachers that have been there for many years are great and will help you make it through the class if you put in effort. Almost everybody that goes here is on a sports scholarship. The coaches are good and want you to succeed. The price to go here is cheap compared to other community colleges. The dorms got remolded a couple of years ago and they are nice. I would recommend this college if you want to save money. If you have a choice I would go somewhere else.