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I really enjoy all the extra resources to get help or tutoring. One thing that would be very helpful is if there was math or writing lab on Friday's.
My experience at South Florida has been great so far. The staff and teachers all around the campus are helpful and very kind. I am super glad I choose South Florida State College as my school because it is an all around great school and it is close to home.
In high school I participated in Dual Enrollment courses at South Florida State College. My experience at the time was great. Currently I am struggling with starting back because I am being shuffled from office to office, not receiving much hands on guidance in terms of financial aid. People are helpful, but it's overwhelming for a student who has been out of school for a couple of years and wanting to return without mounds of debt.
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Good experience overall made many new friends and got along with all of the professors. Wish the classrooms were bigger.
South Florida state college is local and has many degree programs to offer. The administration is always there to help and want you to succeed. There are many ways to grow and always opprotunites to grow.
Average kind of sums it up nicely. Sports are terrible, food is terrible, booksare extraordinarily expensive, not very tech friendly, very limited classes at satellite locations, no real clubs, dorms…what dorms, and the professors can’t be bothered.
South Florida State College is a relatively small school compared to other schools. Personally I like the smaller campus because it is easier to get to classes and the professors are always available to help. This school has wonderful staff and a clean campus. Help is always available to anyone who is need. Class sizes are decently sized which makes the classroom environment comfortable. Overall South Florida State College is a great school!
I enjoy south Florida state college because those that work their or even volunteer there are there to help me move on to the next step in life and that this is a crucial part of the rest of my life. Making the right decisions on what degree to pursue, who to hang out with, or even simple things that make studying easier.
The college is great! Every staff member is more than willing to help you, and make sure you succeed in life.
This college is a good start for any student fearing college life and the expenses to start off slow and to move on to a university one day. The teachers are very engaging and seem to generally care about the success of the students.
My favorite professor ever is Elizabeth Andrews and I currently have her for intro to literature she makes each class go by so fast
The teachers at this institution are driven on the desire to educate the students to their fullest ability. The small class sizes in relation to other state colleges is relatively small, which is a benefit for students so that they have the ability to connect with their professors more personally. In addition, there is an over abundance of tutoring assistance to be found on campus. Also the Student government is very involved with doing activities with the students on campus.
My overall experience with South Florida State College is simply amazing! I am stunned by the diversity and the accomplishments of many there. Mostly, I am amazed with the professors there. They maintain an well thought out plan and execution for students like me.
Thus far, I have enjoyed my experience at South Florida State College. I have found that most professors are always willing to do their best to help you succeed in their course. Out of the 50+ credit hours I have earned so far, I have only found one or two professors that I simply did not feel worked well with my learning experience. As far as a diverse learning program, it is evident that South Florida State College lacks the resources to supply every student with a wide variety of opportunities for his or her major/career choice. I am looking to transfer to a University in the Summer or Fall of 2018. As of right now, the college lacks some course recommendations which would help me excel in the Engineering programs at other Universities. That being said, I do feel that SFSC is a good local choice for many students who are looking to go right into the work force as soon as possible.
South Florida State College is a great campus for students who don't like to be in crowded areas. The classroom sizes are not too big or small for students to be able to be one on one with a professor if needed. The area around the school is quite small and country like. I would recommend this college to a student who is more interested in feeling at home rather than a big University style type of living.
There are many staff and teachers that are willing to work with you. They also have so many activities for students you will never get bored. Nothing should be changed because I enjoy everything
My overall experience with South Florida State College is that is a great local college to attend in a small town. The main campus is in Avon Park which is worth the drive. The campus is always clean, full of activities, and safe. When I go to that college I feel the real college experience especially at the main campus. There is so much offered there through academically, and socially.
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As a transfer student I have needed a lot of help , guidance, and better understanding as I take on bigger responsibilities. Being that this is my first time living on campus, advisers, financial aid, and admissions office has been nothing but helpful, patient and kind to me.
I liked the fact that this college was close to home. It allowed me the opportunity to save money by providing affordable classes with an investing education. The town is small but it has the right people to become close with and create a foundation for your future.
It is a small college so you get to be very one-one-one with the teachers. It gives you the foundation for moving on to a higher level university.
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