Columbus Technical College Reviews
I appreciated the amount of financial aid I received, but other than that I found that the college classes failed me. The professors seemed uninformed in their respective fields. The college also didn't allow me to test into a higher mathematics class which left me a class I had no use for. However the staff were always helpful, kind, and cheerful.
I love Columbus Technical College! The resources offered are so helpful, and they offer a 1-year ADN program.
I have not attended Columbus Tech yet but I will be attending Fall of 2018. So far I love it. The representatives are extremely nice and they have tons of information online. They even have my major which most schools don't. I'm super excited about going to school here at Columbus Technical College.
The overall experience I had at Columbus Technical College was Very Good at the times that I was enrolled and I would definitely return or give my recommendations. The major area of improvement that I would like to see a change in is the Practical Nursing admittance and procedures to ensure that there is fairness in at least in getting an interview
Columbus Technical College is a great and affordable school. Students who are still in high school can take courses that will count towards their college credits. Classes can be taken on campus or online to suit your schedule. The instructors are nice and very helpful with your needs and education. The campus has a book store and library. There are few activities that go on year round on campus, sometimes you have to check your email or with other students to out when and where something is going on.
I'm currently enrolled at this institution. Although my experience has only been a short period of time, I think very highly of this school. The professors I have been assigned to were terrific. You could that they were passionate about the subject matter that they taught. The administrative staff is excellent, they honestly care about the success of the students enrolled and future prospects considering enrollment.
The process was pretty simple
Some classes have been more stressful than others
It was a very simple and timely proccess
My academic advisor was able to schedule classes around my part time job which was great.
Online courses are very user friendly.
Professors are a very reliable source for information and help. The courses are straight forward.
It's a great institution whose goal is to prepare you for the workforce.
Most of the classes are reminiscent to high school classes; especially the technical courses. If you've taken career tech in high school you should be fine.
Columbus Tech is a really good school. I have just completed my 1st semester, and so far I have thoroughly enjoyed it. The instructors are helpful and very reliable. One thing that can take some time is learning to navigate the campus; more specifically Patrick Hall. That building is like a maze. The classes are easy if you prioritize. The school is very affordable, and I believe it is great for first time students and for those that are returning back to school after years. I don't really have anything negative to say, except some of the students there don't really take their education seriously. This does not apply to the older students or the ones who are serious about learning. Sometimes this could pose as a problem, especially when it comes down to giving others their basic respect.
Classes weren't to bad you just need to sign up early if you want the right times that are convenient for you. If not then it wont become so convenient for you.
I did not have an online class at this school
I've only taken one class here, though my experience was alright the Ta was better teaching and explaining than the professor. Not only that but both of them strived us to pass the class and i came out with a 4.0.
I enjoyed how the TA took his time in explaining everything to me in tutoring sessions, I choose this school again because it has the program i need but i also heard their health department is really good. so im excited to start the program hopefully next year.