High School GPA
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Student Faculty Ratio
Evening Degree Programs
- of students agree that professors put a lot of effort into teaching their classes.82 responses
- of students agree that it is easy to get the classes they want.81 responses
- of students agree that the workload is easy to manage.80 responses
Most Popular Majors
Liberal Arts and Humanities1,574 Graduates
Business Administration and Management192 Graduates
Accounting Technician and Bookkeeping130 Graduates
Child Care Provider49 Graduates
Police and Criminal Science41 Graduates
Biological and Physical Sciences34 Graduates
Mathematics & Statistics34 Graduates
Undergrads Over 25
Median Earnings 6 Years After Graduation
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Irvine Valley College Reviews
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The negative reputation a two-year institution receives doesn’t compare to the actual education and experience available. Entering Irvine Valley College, I was unsure of the expectations professors might have as well as the friendliness of your peers. However, I was instantly able to fit in with the Laser community, and felt as if Irvine Valley was my second home. Being part of the Honors Program entitled myself priority registration for courses required before transfer. Compared to friends currently attending a four-year university, I never struggled to find a class or professor I wanted. Likewise, the opportunities to achieve more are definitely within reach given how faculty does its best to constantly support students whenever they require guidance. The experience I have received at IVC is truly unforgettable and has provided me the proper assistance as I embark on my future at a four-year university.
I am pursing my Spanish major. However, at IVC I am trying my best to complete my GE's. So far I have taken one Spanish class during my time at IVC, so I will talk about that one Spanish class since it pertains to my major. Let me tell you, it was and still is one of my favorite classes at Irvine Valley College. I learned a lot from it, and I actually took a lower class than expected. My Spanish 3 teacher really stretched my class to speak the best that we could. I felt no judgement as I spoke my chopped Spanish to her and my fellow classmates, all I felt was encouragement. We had the privilege of putting our Spanish into practice outside of the classroom. For example, my teacher, some classmates, and I went to a Spanish play called "Don Juan." What a great memory that is. The workload is strategically designed to increase your understanding of the language. I never had a problem or a complaint about the workload. It was just right. I want to be a high school Spanish teacher, and I was able to talk to my experienced teacher about how to become a teacher in the future. She recommended some steps I should take, and what to avoid. She was so helpful, influential, and patient! I had a great time in that class.
I love Irvine Valley College. I actually convinced my brother to go there, it's so great! I love how friendly, accessible, and approachable each teacher I had are. They truly care about how the students are doing and what they are struggling with. Most students who go to IVC are committed, determined, and friendly. The campus is pretty, clean, and easy to get around. One of my favorite parts of being on campus are the connections I have made. I still talk and connect with friends I have made in my first year of college! In a lot of ways, I have felt comfortable and at peace with the people I have connected with. I would definitely choose this school again if I could do it all over again. The pros outweigh the cons by a lot, and even if there are cons, it's on me and my ability to be the best student I can be (which sometimes I fail at). I'm looking forward for my final year here at IVC.