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College of Central Florida Rankings
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- of students agree that professors put a lot of effort into teaching their classes.115 responses
- of students agree that it is easy to get the classes they want.103 responses
- of students agree that the workload is easy to manage.103 responses
Most Popular Majors
Liberal Arts and Humanities977 Graduates
Business Administration and Management428 Graduates
Office Management158 Graduates
Emergency Medical Technician (EMT Paramedic)149 Graduates
Business Support Services107 Graduates
Information Technology97 Graduates
Police and Criminal Science65 Graduates
Health Care Management63 Graduates
Corrections and Corrections Administration62 Graduates
Undergrads Over 25
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College of Central Florida Reviews
College of Central Florida is a beautiful college with pleasant professors and numerous campus activities. I am a dual-enrolled student and I absolutely love everything at CF! Everyone is helpful and as a dual-enrolled student, I feel welcomed at the college. The professors are always willing to help you through difficult situations. The college's cafeteria has delicious food as well. My favorite place on campus is the library. So many students come to the learning resource center for tutoring and studying. College of Central Florida is one amazing college!
It was a pretty great experience! The advisers were easy to talk to and get in touch with. Most of the professors were available during their given office ours. The school uses Canvas which is a great tool to help with organization and getting all your work in on time. The only drawback would be the availability of the courses you want to take. The school is small but is services a pretty large area of students so classes fill quickly.
Personally I learn better in an in-person environment but for the few online classes I have had to take they are great. The classes are connected to webcourses and each course has their own tab where you can see upcoming grades, discussions between classmates, your already graded work, emails from your teacher and much more. There teachers can upload slides from the class and you can always revisit them for extra studying. The workload varies from teacher to teacher and class to class. I've yet to experience one that was too hard to handle, they normally space out the work well enough so you wont be overwhelmed. The professors are usually timely in uploading the grades and responding to emails, you may come across the occasional one that is not, but that's the case for every school. You can post any questions or concerns in the student discussion board and your classmates can help you. Its a very good feature. As for registering for a class, its just as easy as picking an in person class. You just have to make sure you sign up before the spots fill!