Honolulu Community College Reviews
I love that HCC has events planned for their students and that they actually make them interesting. HCC has a good internet connection and that's important. HCC has lots of student friendly spaces to study or hang out. It also has many trade-school kind of classes and programs that make it unique. The classes are relatively small and have better student to professor ratios.
The school should inform all of their students of the changes that they tend to implement academically, and not to some student government, which is a waste of time because they're all playing video games in the student lounge and not taking their position seriously.
Honolulu Community College is a great college, with excellent services for those who are looking to further their educatuon.
Over all, Honolulu Community College is a good institution. Educators are focused on a more one-on-one learning experience witch provides a good grasp on the basics.
I think Honolulu Community College is an ok place to go. Some of the classes seem like a waste of time. The campus is nice and the professors are pretty cool.
The flexibility is great offering online make-up course in case of emergencies or mishap in everyday life.
The only online course i use are the homework tools to submit essays via online applications. They work terrifically, you can see that someone put a lot of time into the programs to make them user friendly and easy for first time students to traverse.
Post-grad opportunities are amazing offering you a job out the door with the city of Honolulu.
The courses are great and the professors are always helpful willing to stay after class and talk. They also monitor their emails to provide out of classroom help
Everyone on the campus was very helpful and welcoming. It was great since i was coming from out of state.
Everything from Carpentry to Oceanography my school offers it all with a great choice of professors and ready to learn students.
My school is unique because its full of different people trying to advance themselves in todays world. Classes are competitive and everyone is friendly.
The classes offered for the program could be worked on.I had to wait a semester because the classes i needed were only offered in the fall and it was spring semester.
Very good alumni network as the alumnus try to work with you in all you do and provide insight in your field of study.
Professors are very easy to talk to and carry very good credentials. Class sizes are very comfortable as the classes don't get to overly packed. The quality of the courses are very straight forward and do not waste your time.
Internships are highly likely as the program offers a lot of opportunity for students to put themselves out there and network with other people. The alumni always support the newer students, and are very knowledgable in the business you are trying to get into. they also provide insight and tips for what you be doing. Flyers and talk about careers are always being talked about and are very easy to learn more about or apply.
The music program at HCC is terrific one, one that is the best on the island. Very good access to the state of the art equipment being used in the industry. Workload strives to be parallel of that of the real world. Everything we do is in relation to move foreword or be applicable in the industry. Curriculum is very on point and professionally catered to be everything you need to succeed. Facilities are highly maintained and very professional. Equipment is the same as that of the music scene happening now. Internship/job opportunities are highly encouraged as an internship is a part of your grade in the final stages of completing the program.
Terrific programs offered for a fast degree. Equipment regarding the music program is terrific and very professional. Going to HCC was a great decision because I get all the experience necessary at half the cost of going to a 4 year music program. Professors are very knowledgable in their field and are very easy to talk to. They push you foreword towards your goals by giving you hands on experience and walking side by side through your success and failures.
HCC has a variety of good careers to major in. A lot of resources and support are given to students to help kick start their future. The teachers really know their stuff and can easily answer students' questions about certain things. Although, class availability is a problem especially for the CENT department. A lot of classes cannot be taken together in the same semester because the time conflicts with one another. Other than that, HCC is a very good community college to attend especially to those who still cannot afford universities such as Manoa and West Oahu.
My major has a lot of job opportunities after I graduate. The workload is heavy but nothing that I can't do.