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I'm only in my 2nd week of school. So far the faculty has been very nice and helpful with any questions I may have. They really try and help you with all concerns and questions, so you are able to be the best student you can be. They offer day and evening classes so you are able to schedule your personal life around your classes. Which is good because I am able to work and go to school. And it is another plus that I live in the town the college is located and only takes me 5-10 mins to drive to class. They also allow students to use the facility to do any and all class assignments whenever the school is open regardless if you have a class that day or not.
Class sizes are small so it helps with better one on one interaction, and makes learning a little easier. Mid Start is hard cause the work load is doubled to catch us up with the Start of Quarter students so we all advance to the next quarter at the same time. But the instructors are there to help you with any and all questions and work with you to grasp the assignments.
Any and All resources are open to all students to come in and use to help with assignments, or use of the library, or to talk to faculty members.