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- of students agree that professors put a lot of effort into teaching their classes.26 responses
- of students agree that it is easy to get the classes they want.22 responses
- of students agree that the workload is easy to manage.23 responses
Most Popular Majors
Business Administration and Management429 Graduates
Liberal Arts and Humanities427 Graduates
Industrial Mechanics and Maintenance Technician368 Graduates
Computer and Information Studies250 Graduates
Diesel Mechanics199 Graduates
Licensed Practical Nurse Training (LPN)140 Graduates
Medical Secretary120 Graduates
Automotive Mechanics101 Graduates
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Elizabethtown Community & Technical College Reviews
Professors are challenging, but helpful. As well as all of the staff! Classes are challenging, but their are support systems such as your professors, the Learning Lab and tutoring. Their is also a lot of great places for studying and student help such as the computer lab, the library, student lounge and the learning lab in each building. A lot of great resources for students and their is always help. A great college for starting out the college life and trying to figure out adulthood.
After graduating high school, making the transition to college was overwhelming. Thankfully, choosing ECTC made the transition easier. It is a great school for starting one's secondary education by completing the general education courses and exploring interests before going on to a four-year university. I spent four years there getting two degrees (one technical, one associate) and I enjoyed every moment of it. The professors were clearly invested in the subjects they were teaching and willing to do all they could to help a student succeed. The faculty is extremely patient and helpful, giving students the tools and advice they need. The only issue I ever had with ECTC was that some classes were not available during certain points of the year, which has resulted in students having to delay graduation because of being unable to complete one credit. Overall, I have enjoyed my time at ECTC and would recommend it to anyone who is wanting to advance their education.
I enjoy taking courses at Elizabethtown Community and Technical School. You can definitely see how much the care for each student. Because it's such a small school, the staff is very personal. Class sizes are small and professors are easily accessible. It is very obvious that the staff loves their job, too. They offer several diverse programs which are expanding each year. The only thing that I believe they could improve on is the food on campus. Elizabethtown is a rather large area with many food choices but there aren't many close to campus. Regardless, I'm so glad that I've chosen ECTC as my college.