Luna Community College Reviews
The communication with staff is poor. But they are friendly people. The college rooms are nice and the environment feels good to learn in. The college is located in a small town. And the classes are small so the teacher can help you if needed.
The summer before my sophomore year in high school, I took a Public Speaking class. This was a summer course and it went through the months of June and July. I absolutely adored the class. My professor was AMAZING. She was so kind, generous, understanding and helpful. I had class with many different walks of life, which was so awesome to experience. The only thing that was difficult was enrolling. It was quite difficult to find where to get my student ID. I had to walk to three different buildings. Campus is ok, its nothing fancy. I wish there were more things on campus for students. There is also a big chunk of buildings not being used so they just sit there.
The dental assisting program is one of the best with a promising career in three semesters and dedicated instructors......
I like how it is a small school and there is only like 15-5 people in the classes. I like the automotive technician progam and how you get to have a lot of hands on during class.
It is a nice college, especially if you focusing on school. The tuition is also very affordable, in a town where the rent is also inexpensive.
On campus dorms are needed, it would be really nice to have our own cafe and dorms. A quality baseball field would also help a lot. The professors are good as well as the administration. The advisers are available and helpful when you need them. The school is under a Show Cause Order and are working to get all the paperwork and material needed for continued accreditation. Overall the campus is nice with a small coffee shop/ snack bar for quick stuff. Most people from out of town live at the Highlands University college dorms and get meal plans there as well. Good experience!
This school is very flexible with your personal life. They offer a large amount of morning classes as well as evening classes.
Like previously stated since this school is a junior college, if you want to get a bachelor's out higher then you will have to transfer to a bigger university.
Every instructor that I have had has all been amazing. They care about you as a person as well as getting the most out of your education.
My program for my major it amazing. It focuses on everything you will need to learn without being too much to handle.
This school is so amazing. All the teachers want nothing but the very best for you. Considering it is such a small school in a small town it is very diverse, and everyone is super friendly and helpful. There is nothing bad to say about this school.
I'm in my first week of school, so I don't have much experience, but I've been really happy with the help I've received and my course schedule.
The instructor for my algebra class was originally from here and is back this summer visiting his family. He has taught at Yale, so at a small community college, I basically have a Yale professor!
We only have the sports of baseball and softball at our school letting them but the center of attention instead of it always being the football or basketball team.
The workload is easy, I have not had any problems.
They help get you on the road to go to a bigger school.