EVC was one of the best schools that I attened for the education, student involvement, the relationships that I built with the faculty, and my development. For the past eleven years, I had been at EVC for my college education. There were many instrucators, student tutors, faculty who redefined my skills as a student for subjects like Math, English, science, and history. There were times where I failed courses and I retook them for a better grade. Three years ago, I brought back the news paper club and rebranded Journalism to give a fresh start.
In addition to getting an education at EVC, the Disabled Student Program, Tutoring Center, and faculty were essential to my success as a student with a learning disability in language that affects reading, writing, and speaking. The Disabled student program helped numerous time with testing, assistive technology, and speaking for my behalf. The Tutoring Center sharpened my language skills for my English courses.