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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.81 responses
- of students agree that the workload is easy to manage.81 responses
Most Popular Majors
Biological and Physical Sciences315 Graduates
Liberal Arts and Humanities204 Graduates
Visual Arts45 Graduates
Police and Criminal Science44 Graduates
Respiratory Care Therapy40 Graduates
Child Care Provider35 Graduates
Automotive Mechanics30 Graduates
Fire Prevention and Safety Technology28 Graduates
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Victor Valley College Reviews
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This college isn't terrible, but quality teachers and the quality of a good education from this school is definitely lacking. Although they do have many teachers with high degrees, their classrooms and teaching leaves a lot to be desired. While a lot of them are friendly, their effectiveness as educators definitely lacks. The overall environment of the school is also of question, as there is absolutely no sense of security or togetherness, especially between students and staff. Also, I had an incident where my backpack with many of my belongings was stolen from my locker, and campus security was of no help to me.
I am a high school student who is interested in attending Victor valley college. I have taken my placements tests and i just need to sign up and register for my classes. But the campus has a beautiful view there is a breath taking lake, surrounded with all kinds of wildlife. Overall its very clean and cared for. I have not tried their campus food yet but I have visited the bookstore which is all clean and organized. I have heard many reviews of their nursing program to be of the best High desert and very good county wide
It took me 3 years to finish my gen ed + core classes needed to transfer as a civil engineer, but I did not take winter or summer classes. I know people that have and were done in two years, though. The biggest problem I have is a lack of classes; there is only one engineering physics professor and he's great but if you miss a class you have to wait a whole year to take it. However, I know that next year they will be adding more classes and even an engineering associates. Very exciting for people going to vvc top transfer to a university.