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- of students agree that professors put a lot of effort into teaching their classes.124 responses
- of students agree that it is easy to get the classes they want.110 responses
- of students agree that the workload is easy to manage.110 responses
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Police and Criminal Science862 Graduates
Emergency Medical Technician (EMT Paramedic)637 Graduates
Social Sciences373 Graduates
Biological and Physical Sciences273 Graduates
Automotive Mechanics245 Graduates
Fire Prevention and Safety Technology203 Graduates
Business Administration and Management143 Graduates
Child Care Provider142 Graduates
Culinary Arts and Food Service134 Graduates
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Santa Rosa Junior College Reviews
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The instructors I have so far received are all unique which i find particularly great! Each instructor of course follows instructor guidelines but in their own way that is mostly effective for student learning outcomes. At the very beginning of eery semester classes are full to their max capacity yet the instructor will give each student on the waiting list a welcoming chance to squeeze in because usually by the next week some student will drop the course and the waitlisted has a seat. My favorite new addition to some study courses is online homework and ebooks. The best part about having online homework is that I can do it anywhere at anytime as long as i have internet connection which is free at the JC, Starbucks and McD!
I have had a great experience with professors and courses at this school. The core science classes for the nursing program are very impacted but you learn so much! The professors really want students to understand the material instead of just cramming for an exam. Most of the class sizes are relatively small, except for the online classes. There has never been a course I needed that was not offered at the school.
I really enjoy my school! It's very welcoming and everyone (if you talk to them is super nice). Since it is more of a commuter campus, there isn't really a huge opportunity to make a lot of friends other than the people in your classes so you do have to go out of your way to do make friends. Most of the teachers I've had have been great! My worst class was probably the math class I'm taking this semester. Make sure to get your general ed out of the way quickly. They're the most tedious classes. The environment of the campus is generally laid back and accepting of other people and is very diverse. There aren't too many outside of school events other than sports and plays which are great but I wish they would do more to unite the student population.