Imperial Valley College Reviews
Rating 3.55 out of 5 357 reviews
Is a community college located in a rural area in the Imperial county, great teachers and great opportunities to succes in your academics
I did take classes online and it help me alot because it gave me time to do a lot of things and study at the same time
Imperial Valley College is a pretty good college. Its teachers are pretty good, however, not all and nothing is done about so. Overall, IVC helps its students keep their academic careers going by providing a lot of resources to get an education and a lot of help is provided other than resources. IVC is a good community college and I definitely recommend it.
IVC had a phase where online learning was the only way to keep on studying due to the COVID-19 pandemic and it was the best situation ever handled. All the teachers had to learn how to work with online classes and are pretty good at it. The classes are pretty accessible and especially if they're asynchronous. IVC provided a lot of help in order to be able to take online classes.
It was good as it is close to my home. Classes weren't difficult but some professors made it a nightmare. The classes depended on the professors in order to get a good grade.
I still have online classes. The only thing I dislike about online classes is that is hard to do homework or to have motivation to keep doing online classes. I struggle a lot to feel I am doing well.
I just dont like coronavirus happened. I dont know my school and I dont have friends at my college. But I still like to study there.
I think for everyone learning online is quite more difficult and is not the same. But overall, IVC professors try to make it as easy as possible for their students to succeed in their courses.
It is a good college where you can learn new things and have a great experience. Also, it has a great nursing program.
Online learning is the best way to go, most classes assign a quiz and discussion every week with an occasional project. Every quiz/final can be found online word for word. I never bought a textbook for gen eds and passed all of them with As. only a few classes actually require zoom meetings so honestly you don't even have to learn anything, just mindlessly get your A for the class. I'm not saying don't learn anything but if we are being honest who cares about gen eds, all you need to learn is your actual major courses. I remember putting in wrong answers on purpose or not fully completing some of my assignments to see if the prof would mark off points but I would still get a 100%. I even stopped turning in the assignments (about 10 or so left) and she still gave me a 100% for all of them. IVC is a super easy school with poor education, this is all for a piece of paper, if you actually want to learn you have to self study and READ!
Although some might be negative toward this college, I had a fun and enjoyable time enrolling to Imperial Valley College. Online is quite difficult for many of us, however I did prefer this method of education.
Easy to commute and near home. Very affordable and a great place to start after graduating a local high school in Imperial Valley.
The online classes are fine at IVC. The classes and the teachers are doing their best with what they have. The college even provides little chrome books to the students who can not afford laptops or computers of there own.
Online learning at IVC has been essential to my learning. The format using Canvas has been very easy to learn, as well as convenient.
Have had a great experience at IVC. Classes that I’ve needed to take in order to transfer have been available to me, and have been affordable here versus paying for them at more expensive schools. Teachers that I have had have been very helpful and caring.
i been taking online classes due to COVID-19 and in my own opinion I think it would be better to be in class to learn more, but I know that due to COVID-19 we cant and its fine its all for our health.
My college experience has been really weird due to COVID-19 but I join a club in zoom and it has been nice.