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- of students agree that professors put a lot of effort into teaching their classes.35 responses
- of students agree that it is easy to get the classes they want.35 responses
- of students agree that the workload is easy to manage.35 responses
Most Popular Majors
Liberal Arts and Humanities212 Graduates
Police and Criminal Science41 Graduates
Child Care Management20 Graduates
Electrical Engineering Technician20 Graduates
Chemical Technician18 Graduates
Accounting Technician and Bookkeeping17 Graduates
Psychiatric and Mental Health Services15 Graduates
Studio Arts15 Graduates
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Three Rivers Community College - Connecticut Reviews
As a community college, The Three Rivers campus is small and quiet. Some of the professors I came across were motivating and positive forces who helped me move through difficult times during the semester. The professors are not always around, but they can always be reached through the college's email. So, if a student cannot make it to class or have questions on their assignments, professors can be contacted by email to give them head's up. Financially, Three Rivers is highly affordable giving students a reason to consider taking their first two years there, and in a way it makes up for the cost of not having college sports or other big college events. In short, Three Rivers, despite its low resources, is a viable option for students who wish to save financially or live at home. Personally, it financially benefits me but does not have big events like universities and it's not that exciting.
The Three Rivers campus is very nice and warming. Great place to get a quality and affordable education. The teachers are very helpful and have very flexible office hours. Classes are small so peer to teacher interaction is strong. I believe TRCC is a great return on investment!
Three Rivers was an interesting place to start off my college years. I spent 4 years there. The first year I had no idea what I was doing, or rather I thought I knew what I wanted. Until I had a class called Architecture of the World (highly recommended) which lead me down the Architecture path. I earned my Associate's in Architectural Design Technology by my third year and the next year I earned 4 certificates on top of that. This school is worth it, it's also worth the money you save from not going to a 4 year college to take the exact same classes. There were some downsides- as a club president there were some student politics that were both stressful and unnecessary. And the parking lot is at times obnoxious- a word to the wise: the first month of classes you will need to park in the back lot (also referred to as Narnia) there will be no parking in the front lot areas but after that month parking gets increasingly better.