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Evening Degree Programs
- of students agree that professors put a lot of effort into teaching their classes.64 responses
- of students agree that it is easy to get the classes they want.55 responses
- of students agree that the workload is easy to manage.55 responses
Most Popular Majors
Emergency Medical Technician (EMT Paramedic)232 Graduates
Biological and Physical Sciences132 Graduates
Social Sciences106 Graduates
Fire Prevention and Safety Technology74 Graduates
Business Administration and Management58 Graduates
Respiratory Care Therapy27 Graduates
Mathematics & Statistics26 Graduates
Sign Language22 Graduates
Undergrads Over 25
After Crafton Hills College
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Crafton Hills College Reviews
Review Crafton Hills College
Our school is very crowded, so it's hard to get all of the classes that you want/need. It's important to get involved for two reasons: 1. To get to know new people and make your time at Crafton fun and memorable and 2. Some activities actually get you priority registration, meaning more classes!
The online classes that I have taken have been good. I have only had one class with a "bad" professor, but I would recommend them to students that do not have the availability to take all of their classes on campus. It takes some getting used to, especially when it comes to contacting the professor. There can be a delay when interacting with students and professors, but it is manageable. The course work is well balanced and distributed throughout the semester and is easy to manage if taking other classes.
The hardest thing is to get your foot in the door. Filling through all the paperwork at admissions is a nightmare and a half, and not all the personal working there are willing to help you or even know how. You might need to make several trips to the college before you're probably registered. Once registered, attending Crafton is pretty straightforward; all college-related information is available online, either through their main site or WebAdvisor or Blackboard, whether your interested in clubs, transferring, classes for the next semester, etc. They also host a lot of on-campus workshops to teach students basic skills for both college and ever day life. As far as a community college, it's decent. I just wish it was more organized.