Linn-Benton Community College is often looked as less competent than a university or a private college, because the community college stigma. However, the instructors/professors deliver proficient lectures and lessons that would otherwise be experienced in a non-community college classroom. They have expectations and hold the student accountable for putting their own part into the class. It's definitely not an "easy route,"it's individualized college career, despite it not carrying 300 level courses it remains academically meticulous. In the social aspect, Linn-Benton isn't shy in providing clubs and activities for all their students's interests. I joined a political campaign club for the presidental candidate, Senator Bernie Sanders of Vermont. We discuss his issues, recruit members, debate with other opposing students, but mostly the goal is to inform people on what he has to offer the country. I enjoy attending events such as study jams and watching the arts/theater department perform. LBCC is unique in it's inviting enviroment, anyone can reach their potential, despite any aspect that may have once hindered them. I definitely would choose to spend my first two years here, because it eases the fear of college, it's financially comfortable, and there is a various kind of people to emerge in.