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- of students agree that professors put a lot of effort into teaching their classes.85 responses
- of students agree that it is easy to get the classes they want.75 responses
- of students agree that the workload is easy to manage.75 responses
Most Popular Majors
Liberal Arts and Humanities442 Graduates
Child Care Management72 Graduates
Manufacturing Engineering Technician50 Graduates
Diesel Mechanics29 Graduates
Massage Therapy and Bodywork28 Graduates
Health Service Preparatory Studies26 Graduates
Business Administration and Management25 Graduates
Undergrads Over 25
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Rogue Community College Reviews
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Rogue Community college is great for what it is- a community college. The little cafe the have is nice to eat at, the staff are mostly fantastic, though there are some exceptions, and the variety of classes isn't too shabby. The school gets treated worse than it actually is, and I'm assuming this is because of the low retention/graduation rate. This rating isn't because of anything the school is or isn't doing though, it's because of the people. Ever since moving here, I've noticed that this area is filled with very content, low-drive people with little motivation. The school tries very hard to keep students, it's great!
I am a Paramedicine Major, I have been studying Emergency Medical Services for the last three years, I am currently enrolled in the Paramedic Program. RCC has a fantastic group of instructors, and although the workload can be difficult, there are always instructors willing and ready to assist in the student's learning. There are extensive clinicals and internships that students participate in. There are many classes in Emergency Medical Services and there are classed that are not required for a degree, but are very helpful in learning and better understanding Emergency Care. There are also Emergency Medical Courses that are offered to the public, there are a handful of classes that a student may take without being an Emergency Medicine major. There are many jobs in our region in a variety of settings. There are opportunities in the field with transporting agency, in the hospital setting, in flights, and emergency medical standbys.
I have my classes in the downtown Medford campus. It is referred to as the Riverside Campus. There is an active security presence here, with surveillance monitoring for the students safety. Here at the campus there is a surprisingly high amount of non-traditional students that attend. The main problem is in placement and success rate of college graduates here. The return on investment is not a good ratio, but what can one do when they are poor? The main university's simply do not cater to poor or destitute students.