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- of students agree that professors put a lot of effort into teaching their classes.39 responses
- of students agree that it is easy to get the classes they want.31 responses
- of students agree that the workload is easy to manage.32 responses
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Automotive Mechanics231 Graduates
Liberal Arts and Humanities228 Graduates
Biological and Physical Sciences100 Graduates
Health Service Preparatory Studies84 Graduates
Emergency Medical Technician (EMT Paramedic)83 Graduates
Business Administration and Management74 Graduates
Child Care Provider73 Graduates
Accounting Technician and Bookkeeping42 Graduates
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Skyline College - San Bruno Reviews
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I love Skyline College! I've had a few memorable professors in the sense that their teaching methods left a lasting impression. I have gained an abundance of knowledge and experience that I plan to use at my 4-year and the rest of my life. I really enjoy the fact that the professors here seem to genuinely care that you understand the course material. Additionally, the counseling department and the transfer center has been supportive of all of my progress and aspirations.
The thing that I like about Skyline College is that it has some really great quality teachers. Some professors don't really care about their students, but others actually value their students' opinions and ask for their feedback and participation. For example, my interpersonal communications class professor asks our opinions all the time when discussing a new chapter, and ask us college students if it what she is talking about is accurate to our lives, and relates things back to gender and culture. The things I would like to see change would be more of a social aspect. A lot of the people around the school are anti social and are just really focused on the idea of "get in, get out. I'm not here to make friends." If anything, I would make friends with the people in my classes to have someone know due dates for tests and projects. Basically, to get more social, one has to go above and beyond to make it happen.
The academic experience in the campus is great, most of the instructors enjoy their time with the students to help them in classes and in their educational path. In their physical education and fitness classes, the instructors seem to want to help the students be healthy by organizing some physical fitness tests. It has also been a place where students and faculty can connect with one another, whether it is on academic education or on worldwide issues. The environment seems to change a lot, due to weather changes since the campus is up on a hill.