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| I grew up in the whole PCC atmoshpere since I was 4.5 yrs old. Both of my parents went to PCC and my older brother is teaching Speech and graduating with his Master's from PCC. My dad is on staff there and I loved being a student there. I only went for two years but it was the BEST two years of my life. Considering that most of the teachers I had, I had grown up with their children, it was good for them to be my teachers. If I could go back there as a student I WOULD!!! I also want to say that I AM SOOOOO SICK of ppl bashing PCC.... If u don't like it there, DON'T GO!!!!! I hate it when ppl say that the teachers don't care and treat u badly. THEY DON'T!!!! U have to go to them and ask for help. If u don't ask for it, they wont know if u are having problems and it cant be fixed.... I would highly recommend this college. My family still lives there and I miss them alot, GO TO PCC!!! It will change ur life for the better!! |
|Sep 29 2010|| 2nd Year Female --
Class 2011 |
| I would highly recommend this college to anyone looking for a quality education and a positive environment! The academics standards are high and 80-90% of the faculty are first rate!|
However, I do advise you consider a few other aspects before making your decision. My greatest concern is that most of the programs are not nationally or regionally accredited. This has severely limited my career opportunities. There is often rumor of future accreditation, and I understand that the application of accreditation will be retroactive. I am very hopeful about that. As an undecided high school graduate, I would consider the possible ramifications of not having an accredited degree before attending this college, but many career paths do not require accreditation.
Regarding the rules you will see referenced in many of the comments on this site, I feel that the administration did impose rules with which I did not necessarily agree. If you are unable to justify honoring/obeying an authority for the sole reason that you have willfully subjected yourself to that authority for a (short) time, you will likely be unhappy at PCC. But I chose to attend that college, I agreed to abide by their guidelines while I was there, and I considered the experience an opportunity to develop self discipline.
The poli sci program was amazing even in its first year! I?m sure it has only improved!
|Sep 29 2010|| 5th Year Female --
Class 2008 |
| My interview consisted of my current supervisor stating that her main interview question was, "What makes you feel qualified to work in ICU?" and then proceding to tell me that it was obvious that PCC's preceptorship made me qualified. She then took me to HR and signed me up! |
|Sep 29 2010|| Alumnus Male --
Class 2000 |