Woodland Community College Reviews
I attended more than 20 years ago. I am returning as a freshman entering the Baking and Pastry chef courses. I am excited to be making a new start at my old school.The staff has been very helpful so far.
Had some very good professors, and some not very good. Campus is small, easy to navigate and find classes, and there are some classes that are only available in the Spring or Fall semester. Woodland CC has completely renovated since I got enrolled in 2009. It looks a lot better, modern, and newer. I have not seen any sport teams and dorms. WCC is a college more dedicated to teaching and helping students to succeed.
WCC s a good place to start even for those with social issues like me. It is small with a supporting staff and many services offered for free such as tutoring, food pantry for those with low income, a DSPS center, and much more. All in all it is a welcoming and easy to adjust school with plenty of diversity.
I really enjoyed taking some pre req classes at this school. My favorite thing is that the campus isn't too big and it never seems too crowded. The library is nice and quiet and the perfect place to study. Teachers are great and classes are interesting. Overall I had a great experience at a this school!
Great college! Best to get involved and active student government. Always opportunities available. Really diverse, just needs more resources for students!
The college is pretty small, so its very much like a family. There are many programs to help students and feedback is a huge thing, they constantly want to know how they can make our experience better.
Having attended a summer course during summer 2016, I felt that though Woodland community college is small it has a lot to offer.
Woodland Community College, is a small quaint college. I love how this college is small, because you are able to connect with your professors in a much deeper level. Being, a small community college you are also able to connect with students around the campus and form friendships, and study buddies. I feel that because it is small as a student I am able to focus much more, than being in a larger junior college. What this college has is that their classes are focused for transfer students, where you don't feel overwhelmed with so many choices of classes.
No need for post-grad services
Some classes are huge, others are tiny.
Excellent Administration of Justice department
This is a school for those looking to get a quick degree and take GE courses. It is essentially a commuter school, people take their classes and leave. Most students do not participate in any other stuff around campus other than their classes. Professors are generally okay but 90% are not experts in their fields. Overall, I'm happy I went here to get my classes done to transfer to a university since it's cheap, basic, and accessible. Can simply complete your classes and leave without having to be involved with things on campus.
I was able to change my class schedule very easily.
I've never taken any online course at my school yet.
Our career center gives us idea of what kind of job we can look for, and they help us find what's the best job for us.
My professors are all very nice to me. The course are fun especially when the professors are fun, and when the class are small.
On campus, my school gave us chance to find a work on the campus such as working in the school supply shop.
My school always answers my question when I needed
Most people go to this school to get credits to transfer, or for a certificate program, I don't think I've ever seen an employer recruiting on campus.