Santa Ana College Reviews
It seems like the majority of the professors actually want to help you do well as long as you're willing to be straightforward with them the counselors here also genuinely want to see you do well.
It’s a really great community college if you are not sure what you want to do after High School or didn’t meet the requirements to get into a 4-year institution right away. Overall it has been the best decision I’ve made for myself. Coming from an immigrant family, it has saved up a lot of money.
Professors are very professional and willing to assist students in any way possible. For example, professors have predictable office hours in which a student may ask questions. There are many resources for students including a learning center.
Lot's of supporting programs available to help motivate the students. Variety of classes, and lot's of programs that help create a community. The programs help the students to build support, and a family.
I like the Counselors they are really nice they help you with choosing you on what major you want to do. As well it is a friendly community.
It's so helpful for a community college. It is free for low income students who qualify. I think it's amazing because it's less stress for me and other students. The area is in a city where a majority is Hispanic and there are lots of opportunities. The campus does need work. Too much concrete not much green
Been attending to Santa Ana College for summer school and has been the best units that I have made in the summer. Santa Ana College have the best professor there could be because they help the students with their classes and their careers.
What I like mostly about the college is the teaching stuff. They go out of their way to ensure that students fully understand the material given them. In addition to the wonderful teachers, the classes are relatively small in number and this allows the teachers to spend a good amount of time to deal with the students problem in the classes. The campus is well maintained and never overcrowded for the sheer number of students enrolled. I would only increase on the number of foliage, but besides that I like the school program.
Santa Ana College is a great school and it is full of diversity. The professors are caring and active in student learning. Although the campus is older and a lot of the buildings and classrooms are not used, I hope to see a change in that. Hopefully, in the near future, the vacant classrooms will be utilized to promote student growth and more learning experiences.
Many opportunities to grow and make connections. Professors and staff are very helpful. Theres not really any school spirit and the sports aren't really that popular. They're doing a lot of construction to improve the campus so Its looking very nice just a few detours. Making lots usually have a lot of space.
This is a good community college with a very good psychology program and a really robust online program as well. My career and academic counselors have been wonderful and the instructors that I've had have been excellent. The school is located in a student-friendly area with plenty of public transportation, shops, restaurants and a fund downtown area.
Santa Ana College has the best professors and counselors. They care about your education and provide excellent support and advice for you to transfer out. They are very knowledgeable in their fields and genuinely want to help their students in reaching higher education and career goals.
Santa Ana college is a good school for everybody, no matter the profession you decide on, it is located in Santa Ana Ca and the good thing about this community college is that your first year is free
This is a great school with various options for certificates and degrees. The professors here care about the success of the students and are of extremely high quality.
Santa Ana College has great programs, amazing faculty and teachers. They are currently updating the campus, but it's coming along really great.
Santa Ana College is very affordable with quality education. My first year was free and saved me a lot of money. The campus itself isn't the best, there is no student building or food court on campus (under construction). My professors were all very helpful and I didn't have a hard time receiving A's and B's when following directions and putting in the work. There is also many resources on campus for help. Overall would definitely recommend if you want to save money or are undecided in future plans/major like I was.
Santa Ana College is a very welcoming campus. Santa Ana college is filled with adequate professors and faculty that are always happy to help. This campus is also very diverse and gives a great Community College experience.