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- of students agree that professors put a lot of effort into teaching their classes.64 responses
- of students agree that it is easy to get the classes they want.52 responses
- of students agree that the workload is easy to manage.51 responses
Most Popular Majors
Liberal Arts and Humanities602 Graduates
Police and Criminal Science105 Graduates
Medical Records Technician98 Graduates
Business Administration and Management95 Graduates
Medical Insurance Billing and Claims63 Graduates
Culinary Arts and Food Service60 Graduates
Phlebotomy Technician46 Graduates
Computer Graphics41 Graduates
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Schoolcraft College Reviews
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I absolutely love Schoolcraft! The academics are challenging but the professors are fair and support you the whole way through. Advisors are more than helpful in getting students on track for their future career goals. The campus is gorgeous, and the equipment is always up to date. There is a huge variety of classes to accommodate majors of any kind. The students are so friendly and school spirit is high! This college is a dream come true for those seeking a promising future.
Schoolcraft is a great school, the student diversity is large, so it provides a great opportunity to meet new people. I have attended Schoolcraft for a year and a half now, and I have nothing bad to say about it. I have used Rate My Professor before registering for the courses I've taken so far, and all the reviews are in line with the experience I've had! The school is large enough to where you don't feel like you're still in high school, but small enough to get the individual attention that some students may need. Every instructor I've had, has been willing, upon request, to help before, during, and after class to make sure the students understand the material. The school puts on many seminars in relation to what is being taught in class (free of charge) to help students better understand what they are learning in the classrooms. They provide many resources, including free tutoring for every subject taught at Schoolcraft. This has been tremendous help to me. Schoolcrafts mission is to transfer you to a university and they offer many free programs to provide help with that. I will say, that you must stay motivated and prioritize your education before your social life. Many students at school craft do not take their education seriously. For me, the experience is what you make of it. If you are there to learn and stay focused on what is important, you will be very successful at Schoolcraft.
Schoolcraft College is one of the best two-year colleges a student can attend. We have one of the best culinary programs in the world. There only 69 master chefs and 4 of them teach here. They bundle this with a pretty good price. Our other vocational programs are top notch. Our pre-engineering program also gets many students transferring to U of M Ann Arbor. The professors are a mixed bag. Most of the full-time faculty is generally decent to upstanding. There are some bad ones though. If you reach out to faculty or staff, they are in general incredibly supportive and want you to succeed. We also have a strong student life on campus, a very large chapter of the Phi Theta Kappa honor society which is very active and throws tons of events. Other clubs on campus allow students ton of opportunities both professional and personal. Generally, Schoolcraft has a ton of great opportunities and value, you just need to take advantage of it.