College of Central Florida Reviews
College of Central Florida offers great programs and have well educated professors. The dual enrollment program helps a lot with kids that want to get a head start on college credits. They have 3 campuses that are located in 3 different counties that allow a variety of students to attend.
I attend the College of Central Flordia Citrus Campus located in Lecanto, Flordia. This campus is very down to earth and helpful in every aspect in order to see us student strive. The counslers really take the time to help and get to know you!
I am lucky enough to be a part of dual enrollment at my high school. West Port High school is partnered up with The College of Central Florida. I thoroughly enough being a part of both high school and college life. And i am so happy for this experience.
i did like the students and teachers at this school my math teacher especially gave me a lot of help with my class even though it was online he was willing to have 1 on 1 conversations with me to help me pass the class.
I love it! Very diverse and open to everyone! Accepted me very quickly ! Always just one call away if theres any problems.
I would like to see more student life and activities. I enjoy the professors and how much help that they offer you. The student tutors also offer a lot of help as well.
Central Florida community college is nice because the classroom sizes are smaller so you have more one on one time with teachers.
Overall I have had a highly pleasant experience at College of Central Florida! The teachers are professional and well trained. There are a wide range of degree options including some quality Bachelor programs. The campus is well-kept and promotes creativity. I enjoy learning here!
College of Central Florida offers a feeling of togetherness that could be found at some of your bigger, or more funded, universities! Through the academics, athletics, and variety of clubs, Central Florida provides a really nice atmosphere for people looking to further their education. The school as a whole remains very helpful with any issues, or concerns, regarding different topics that could possibly hinder you academically. I
The College of Central Florida have some really amazing professors and the class sizes are great for learning. However, the school has the most unorganized counselors and administrative staff. Getting ahold of a counselor is almost impossible and can become very frustrating when in need of help.
As a community college, it is conveniently accessible. Most of the professors are fine, several are excellent, and a very few are not so great. Each student is assigned an advisor, and I always found mine to be easily reached and helpful. One complaint that I have is that the college almost always manages to mess up my paperwork. If you want your paperwork done well and on time, then you will need to be involved in the processing of it.
Great teachers, but the majors are limited. Journalism is not offered. The Ocala campus has a university feel, but I would steer clear of the other branch campuses.
The classes are smaller which enables a more individualized setting. The professors I've had in the past were not very keen on updating Canvas applications to allow students to stay on top of assignments.
College of Central Florida has a lot of programs and the staff are friendly. When you walk onto the campus you will notice a tower, like Big Ben. I was astonished when I saw this, it literally felt like I was in a different state, the atmosphere is calming and not stressful at all!
Teacher thus far have been great! Office and counselors SUCK! My math , stats and human health prof. Have been great.. TOO many loops for nursing
I love everything about the College of Central Florida. I joined the Student Activities Board. This allowed me to come out of my shell and interact with more students on campus. While interacting with all the students, this allowed me to gain knowledge about what was perceived as "good" and "needs work" on campus. I would try to change the amount of lighting on campus for night classes. There are alleyways that are really dark and it goes on for a few feet. Students are nervous about taking that route after their night classes.
During my time here I have learned the importance of time management and self discipline. The staff her is willing to help with anything the student may need. This college was a great start to my future.