Even though community colleges tend to get a bad rap as far as academics and student life go, Tulsa Community College has proven to me that a community college is a perfectly viable choice if you can't afford the high ticket price of a four year university. My professors have always been enthusiastic and passionate about what they teach, and they truly seem to care about teaching their students. As far as student life goes, there are a lot of things to do throughout the semester. Whether you like to join clubs for your hobbies, workout at the campus gym, or participate in different on campus activities (karaoke, Zombies vs. Humans, or watching plays/musicals). The cafeteria also offers many options for breakfast or lunch, from classic college Greek food, sub sandwiches, or a burger and fries. Tulsa Community College has proven to me that a two year college can be just as full of life as a traditional four year university.