Victor Valley is a public college located in Victorville, California. It is a small institution with an enrollment of 4,267 undergraduate students. The Victor Valley acceptance rate is 100%. Popular majors include Natural Sciences, Liberal Arts and Humanities, and Nursing. Graduating 18% of students, Victor Valley alumni go on to earn a starting salary of $20,400.
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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.88 responses
- of students agree that the workload is easy to manage.88 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
My college experience so far at Victor Valley College had been a great one. All of the teachers and faculty members are very dedicated to the students success and want to see their students achieve success in their individual paths. The environment feels safe and this college provides plenty of opportunities for financial stability and overall help in academics and career opportunities. Overall, a great, affordable, community college where any student can receive the same, if not better education than going straight to a University for similar education.
Victor Valley College is a great community college. All of the instructors I have had the pleasure of learning from, are there to make sure their students learn and pass their class. Many of the instructors show their passion through their teaching techniques. Instructors always have a way to contact them after class for any questions. Signing up for classes is easy and painless to do. Other staff members are extremely kind and helpful. I found that the science instructors are great at what they do; they make the class intersting and engaging the entire time. The science department and instructors are what led me to success and inspired me to apply to Loma Linda University. Anybody who is ready to work hard and earn their degree should attend this community college.
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?