Mission College Reviews
I first became a student at Mission College when I was fifteen years old. As a junior in high school I decided to take fifteen units in my first semester here at Mission College. Taking college courses while in high school was a great opportunity for me to locate my strengths, weaknesses, and most importantly my interests. Because of my time at Mission College, I learned what I wanted to major in, which is nursing. Since, their classes were very diverse, I had the chance to find who I was as a student and who I wanted to become as an individual.
Mission College has some of the best teachers that care of their students and wants to see their students succeed. One thing I would like to change is lowering the prices on the food in the cafeteria.
Love the diversity of students and how willing to help all the professors are. Registration for classes was a breeze and my counselor helped me apply the very same day I went in for my appointment.
I love Mission College because it is very diverse with students from all over the world and from different cultures. I believe that counseling could be way better since a lot of first-time college students need help picking classes that would help them become successful. The counseling appointment times/walk-ins are stressful and finding the offices are difficult.
I definitely like the advancements made over the years to Mission College. These in departments needed such as the library, campus center, gym and my own- the Hospitality Management Building . There have been some great additions that have helped students with aid like the relationship built with the local food bank. This connection allows one through donations to receive complimentary school book rentals and even pick up free food once a month. A place where I would like to see additional change would be with the financial aid department and the admissions office. There are times where one has to jump back and forth from each and the offices are literally right next to each other. There needs to be an improvement of communication and relationship built.
I love Mission College, because professors are very committed, and use all moments to teach!! I have learned so much
Mission college has a lot of academic opportunities for every age group. I found the counselors there very supportive and helpful. The people who are hired to work there are definitely very student focused and that shows a lot about what they value in helping students find their way to get to where they want to go in life. At the same time, once you have your degree, it's a bit difficult to register for classes in the system especially when you're planning to transfer.
Nice campus with new buildings. Professors are very enthusiastic and understanding. Connections to 4 year universities are great.
My experience at Mission College was great. Not only did they have the right professors to strive you to greatness, their campus was amazing. Nice and clean campus for an junior college. If i had any choice of which JC i will attend I would attend Mission College because everyone is trying to help you to your goal as into meeting teaches in office hours, meeting new people, tutoring on campus and online 24/7 available. Everything is there for you into food, library, classes, bookstore anything you can think of they have it. Overall, Mission college is new and improving. Only thing i would change is making the parking lot a little closer to the buildings.
Mission College is a great school. Although it is a small community college, it is still a nice place to go to. I like how they are upgrading the campus. There are new buildings that they added, which looks very modern. Also, I really like the classes they offer here.
The teachers are pretty nice, and the campus is pretty. However, getting accepted into Mission College isn't something that's going to boost your resume. The campus library is quiet, there are tons of books and computers for students to use. There's also a cafe and a giftshop.
Mission College may not be for you of you like large class sizes, no diversity, a large campus, no parking, and professors who don't care. Mission College is the opposite. The environment is generally supportive and diverse.
I like that Mission College cares about the student and having the degree that I want to major in. They have tutoring center that you can get help with a difficult subject. The only thing I want to change is the books because they are very expensive to buy and rent. Overall, Mission College is an okay school.
This is one of the best community colleges you could ever go to. The staff there are very helpful and are always willing to help out. What I like about this college would be that there's a welcome center in which they help you out with any question you might have. They are your go to prior to going anywhere else. They will point you to the correct place and they are friendly. They are affordable and they have newly constructed buildings. I would recommend this college to everyone!
Mission College helps out their students, with counseling, academic transfer, childcare and so much more. There doors are always open to helping any student out.
Mission College was a good experience of my first two years of my college life. Thanks to my counselors I am able to transfer to University of California Santa Cruz. What I liked most from MissionCollege are the multiple resources students are offered. Students have a range of help from academic help to personal help. The faculty at Mission are very helpful and push their students to grow in life and in their education. There are many great aspects at Mission, but there is one improvement Mission can work on. The improvement is to provide more classes on aminal science for future veterinarians. Overall I thought Mission was a great colllege because of the environment and facuilty.
It's ok for a community college. Most of the teachers were so average I preferred to take classes online because it could teach myself better. Everything in this college is basic. But it sucks when the tough classes have very bad teachers. Smart people have gotten C's or worst. One must be prepared to do good in these classes. Otherwise you will fail and not do good. This can be the difference between missing out on your dream school. Be very careful and prepare for the tougher classes.