Since MGCCC was a 2-year college, I was a part of the Science Preparatory program, which contained all of the classes that I needed to transfer to a 4-year, such as Biology, Microbiology, Chemistry, etc. However, there were several elective classes that I needed to take, such as Public Speaking and Art Appreciation. Because band took up most of my time as well, I was unable to take two of my required classes. Although I enjoyed some of the pre-requisite classes, I feel that I would have much more accomplished if I didn't need to take them. The workload was consistent, even though some teachers forgot to input grades or assignments onto the online database, which delayed some of out assignments, and hang everyone cram. The LRC was a great place to study; it had tutors for almost every subject, plenty of computers to work from, and stocked library upstairs; my favorite was at the Jefferson Davis Campus. There was work-study available, but it was more geared towards students who had a car, or carpooled with another student of the same/nearby job. Those jobs, were either the fast-food chains, or the Wal-Marts nearby.