Moorpark is a public college located in Moorpark, California in the Los Angeles Area. It is a mid-size institution with an enrollment of 5,818 undergraduate students. The Moorpark acceptance rate is 100%. Popular majors include Liberal Arts and Humanities, Natural Sciences, and Business. Graduating 42% of students, Moorpark alumni go on to earn a starting salary of $29,600.
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- of students agree that professors put a lot of effort into teaching their classes.116 responses
- of students agree that it is easy to get the classes they want.117 responses
- of students agree that the workload is easy to manage.115 responses
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Moorpark College Reviews
I love Moorpark College! If I were to recommend anything apply for GPS as a first-year college student. It's very simple to apply. You get many benefits such as priority registration, access to counselors almost immediately, success coach meetings, free snacks, free printing, free scantrons, and blue books. It's a small office but they are extremely helpful. Counselors help you so much with your Education Plan. Except for a maybe two, all of my professors are not only amazing teachers that knew their stuff but are also amazing people that engaged with you and cares about you. It's also an AMAZING optional to save yourself money and pressure from a 4-year fresh into the college world. With good financial aid, I only paid for books and parking permits. Not only is it a great financial choice along with amazing education but also, it's the same curriculum, more intimate settings, and it's easier to be accepted to a 4-year as a transfer, then as a freshman.
I went to Moorpark College while still in high school and continued my education there until graduating with my Associates Degree. It is a great community college with many transferable classes that you can take for much cheaper rate that you could at a university. Many students attend Moorpark College for 2 years before transferring. As a frequent student enrolled in one of their dance classes, I particularly love their arts programs. The shows that are performed in the performing arts center are wonderful! Also, I grew up living across the street in the residential area, and have visited the on campus Zoo serval times. The animals at their zoo seem very happy and well taken care of.
I am in my second year at Moorpark College and I absolutely love it there. The campus is beautiful and extremely clean. There are lots of places to sit and do homework or hang out in between classes. The professors there are nothing but great and the counselors are super helpful and thorough when it comes to planning your future. Everyone there is generally very nice! It isn't hard to make new friends. The classes aren't super crowded either, I would say I've had no more than 30 people in a class at one time. There are also endless clubs to join! There's always something to do at Moorpark College, I would definitely recommend this college to any high school graduate.