Southwest Texas Junior College Reviews
I like that you get to know your professors and that they are willing to help you succeed. I also like that the campus wasn’t to difficult to get around and that everything was pretty much in walking distance to each other.
I had a very good experience at Southwest Texas Junior College. The teachers were amazing and always willing to take time out of their busy dayto talk to me when if i had any questions even if it had othing to do with their class.
What i love about Southwest Texas Junior College is that there is help all over school including tutors of all materials around campus.
This school is like any other. I enjoyed my time there and there were some really amazing instructors.
The campus is very welcoming to new students. The dorms reek of mold smell and dust. The student body is very mixed and social. The offices are helpful but it does take some persistence on getting admitted.
I like studying in the library. I wish it was bigger. I like the classes I'm taking but there are not many on campus job opportunities. I would like to have scholarship opportunities.
I love how they have tutors that can help with any subject you are having problems with! The campus is really pretty and also has good places to hang out and to some classwork!
My experience at SWTJC right now has been amazing. Everyone is so friendly and the teachers that I have are great! As of right now, there is not really anything I would change. It's a very friendly environment.
Very good first college experience! It was nice to dip my toes into college in my close knit community. I had a very good college education due to SWTJC. I do not regret getting my A.A here. It was quite the enjoyable experience with very good professors!
I have yet to attend SWTJC, but I sure do plan on taking classes there. The campus is very easy to get around. The students and stuff are well known around the community and are always willing to give a helping hand. Everything about this junior college is just great and I can't wait to attend.
I like the school because it makes getting a degree a very attainable goal, especially for those of us stuck in a small town. Like any school it could use some changes; there are certain aspects already being worked on, but one thing I have yet to notice an awknowledgable change in is the online system they have set up. Yes, they've been "working on it", but it's been a few years now and it's still down every other day, or the links don't work, or some other technical issue (blame the IT guy in charge of it). As fast as technology has been moving in the past decade you would hope that our education system would take advantage of it all and help us to continue to move forward. Like, at least let me register for classes online without having to physically go to school and seek help from a counselor who is always busy.
My experience with the college so far has been very good. All the teachers and advisors really help you and work with you. I've actually learned a lot more in college than I have in my four years in high school. The teachers are great with their teaching strategy and all want us to fulfill our goals.
so far everything is going fine for my classes at the actual college but not online classes.
everyone is so nice and understanding
the class size is fine
I am not sure if would like to get a degree here at this college because I was planning on transferring to a University of my choice.
I am currently taking 5 colleges classes and only 2 of them are taken on site. In saying that, I have learned so much from my professor and so much more than what I was told when I was in high school. I am so awed on how much information there really is in the world, and I now see biology in a different light. I have a very smart and very kind professor, I am glad that I such a great teacher.
I am only attending this college because i want to at least get a head start on earning my degree faster and not waist any time on becoming a neonatal nurse, which is my dream career path that i am working so hard to get to.
My school has been fairly convenient with my requests. For example, I've always asked to take classes in morning and as close as possible because that is more convenient with my schedule and they have always planned my routine according to those guidelines I set. Transferring credits have been a hassle however. There was an instance I was missing some credits the college forgot to take. As well as problems with me being put in a class I already took and a textbook fee taken from my funds despite me having returned that exact book. It can be sometimes of a hassle but when the college gets things right it's pretty great.
I'm not too familiar with only online instructive courses either but have been taking one fairly recently. I was changed to the class and had difficulty understanding how to exactly take the course but learned on my own. The instructor was very helpful on answering my questions as well. It's a tough way to take classes but, it's nothing too challenging either.