Waycross is a public college. It is a small institution with an enrollment of 389 undergraduate students. The Waycross acceptance rate is 100%. Waycross alumni go on to earn a starting salary of $24,200.
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- of students agree that professors put a lot of effort into teaching their classes.9 responses
- of students agree that it is easy to get the classes they want.9 responses
- of students agree that the workload is easy to manage.9 responses
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Waycross College Reviews
On my first day of classes, I was just like any other "new" or "transfer" student; scared, lost. Its safe to say, I felt like a "fish out of water". I didn't know anyone. This was hard for me because, my whole life I attending school where everyone knew everyone, perks of living in a small town your whole life. After attending classes each day, I started to make friends and get to know the professors. Things weren't so bad anymore, and I began to realize that Waycross College wasn't as big as I made it out to be, it was just bigger than where I came from. I started to enjoy school, and for the most part it's a great college. Overtime, I would like to see Waycross College expand and offer a more variety of classes and degrees. I believe this would be both beneficial for not only the students but the school itself.
Waycross College is a great place to start out to get used to college life and academics. It has very experienced professors that are willing to help you in every way they can.
The school is small, and this makes for very personal relationships with your professors, which is incredibly helpful in your intended field of study. The school attempts to make student involvement a pleasant experience, and focuses a lot of attention and finance on clubs or events, including a week long themed event every semester. This is a highlight for many, and often a release from study time. Dining is nonexistent, but the school is located very close to many fast food choices. The campus is lovely, with two ponds and a walking trail. Parking can be a hassle during the 'high traffic' times, but is easy to get in and out of. All in all, a great local experience for a small town area.