San Joaquin Valley - Modesto is a for-profit college. It is a small institution with an enrollment of 318 undergraduate students. The San Joaquin Valley - Modesto acceptance rate is 100%. Graduating 67% of students, San Joaquin Valley - Modesto alumni go on to earn a starting salary of $23,500.
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San Joaquin Valley College - Modesto Reviews
I have been attending SJVC for almost 2 months now. I am truly enjoying my classes. The faculty is so approachable. From an issue that I may be having, to suggestions on improving things at the school, they are available and willing to listen. My classmates are also super helpful, and that makes a difference! Communities thrive at SJVC!
Truly a hands on campus! The teachers are so knowledgable and you feel at home while you're there. You look forward to going to class everyday and your friends there become family.
What's unique about this school's learning style is that we are taught to be professionals in the workforce. We wear uniforms and have professional dress up days to practice getting comfortable wearing professional outfits.