Victor Valley is a public college located in Victorville, California. It is a small institution with an enrollment of 4,193 undergraduate students. The Victor Valley acceptance rate is 100%. Popular majors include Natural Sciences, Liberal Arts and Humanities, and Nursing. Graduating 17% of students, Victor Valley alumni go on to earn a starting salary of $19,700.
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- of students agree that professors put a lot of effort into teaching their classes.86 responses
- of students agree that it is easy to get the classes they want.83 responses
- of students agree that the workload is easy to manage.83 responses
Most Popular Majors
Natural Sciences366 Graduates
Liberal Arts and Humanities209 Graduates
Child Care Provider74 Graduates
Police and Criminal Science63 Graduates
Visual and Performing Arts39 Graduates
Information Technology22 Graduates
Respiratory Care Therapy22 Graduates
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Victor Valley College Reviews
There honestly is nothing special about VVC. It is beyond packed here and it is very hard to get the classes you need/want. There needs to be more classes available for each subject, and more classes need to be available online. Their website makes things hard to find and the website to register crashes a lot. The bookstore makes prices a lot more expensive on textbooks so use other websites to find your books. The staff can be kind of rude too, especially some of the students who help out with ID cards and such. Take advantage of free bus rides and the local business discount card you receive. Parking can get expensive and it is always hard to find a parking spot. If I could change something about VVC, I would provide more updates to students. I understand that college is about independence, but couldn't students at least get a heads up on when to register through email without checking elsewhere?
There only a few things that can use enhancement at Victor Valley college. Most great schools will always have a slight room, for improvement. At this college there are three areas in this school that’s will help students with free tutors and tech support. This college offers loaner books for students at the begin of every semester with courses book in their library. However, on every Monday, at Victor Valley their student lined up trying to speak to a counselor. Some teachers that work at Victor Valley are doing a great job, however they are using a lot of parking space. Victor Valley college have named parking areas for faculty member. There was a time, I went to Victor Valley college I notice that an area I wish to park was for faculty. Mournfully a faculty parking area are just along the opposite side of the same building. Beside low parking areas and standing in line for times, Victor Valley College is a great college.
Victor Valley College is a small and intimate community college located in the high dessert. There is a great vibe in regards to the campus that it is built around a lake surrounded with wild life. There are benefits of attending a small community college such as Victor Valley. The main reason for me was the ability to communicate with professors who had experiences in teaching in lager universities in their careers, and are able to prepare a student for the future.