I have attended PGCC since I was in high school because I was in a dual enrollment program. This school is a really good school for those who want to save money or not sure exactly what they want to major in or whether they want to be in school at all. Community colleges are usually frowned upon, but I think they can be a smart choice. The class sizes are small, so you can really get the most out of the class and the professor. The professors that I have had so far are there to help you and want you to succeed. The atmosphere is welcoming and there are clubs and well as tutoring services you can take advantage of. The also have really great food at the food court! The only downfalls to this school are the advisors/ admissions and financing staff. Some of the advisors don't know what they are talking about, so you really have to be on it when it comes to planning your classes. The admissions staff members that I have encountered were somewhat rude and unwelcoming. Overall, it is a good bang for your buck and I would recommend this school.