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This school sucks, you can't get any help
This school sucks, you can't get any help from anyone. If you try to call for help, you are either on hold for more than an hour, or you go straight to VM. And don't bother leaving a message because no one will return your call. And don't bother sending an email (I tried department heads, administrators, even the president's office.) You will be ignored. And don't waste your time even trying to get in front of someone and seek help, because you are just in the way. How dare you need assistance, you just graduated from high school... you're an adult now, so figure it out on your own is the attitude. You are all alone in a school that could care less whether or not you are successful at their instution. You are just another another cow on the slaughter house floor in this 8-2 M-TH, closed on Friday joke of a school.
Male -- Class 2000
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This school sucks, plan and simple.Quite BrightComputer Engineering
This school sucks, plan and simple. Most of the student body are foreigners and act like they are still in their home countries. This school has no culture at all. Do yourself a favor and go elsewhere. This is the most boring school ever.

Everyone avoid eye contact in the halls. Its not your gang infested neighborhood people, stop walking with your heads down on campus.

2nd Year Female -- Class 2012
Faculty Accessibility: B, Education Quality: F
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This is one of the better community collegesQuite BrightLinguistics
This is one of the better community colleges around Los Angeles, the teachers all know what they are talking about and are also dedicated to teaching. The people are also much more friendlier and down to earth compared to places like LACC or ELAC (which I've taken classes at both for a few semesters) as well as being more seriously with their education. Everyone is also much more calm and relaxed. The education quality is great, my German teacher, Prof. Fusilero, is probably one of the best language teachers I've ever met and he cares for your success and the same goes for my French teachers, Merrill and Yermian. Overall, it's a great school.
4th Year Male -- Class 2015
Education Quality: A-, University Resource Use: C+
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