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Southern Crescent Technical College

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Worst school ever, for financial reasons I choseQuite BrightSchool of Information
Worst school ever, for financial reasons I chose to go to SCTECH for core and intro program classes before i went to a university to get my BA. The staff ignores you, you will not get taught the information, and all they care about is if you paid them or not. After graduating, i and attending a university and will advise everyone to NOT go to this school. Even if you only want to attend a tech school for certifications, go somewhere else.
2nd Year Female -- Class 2015
Perceived Campus Safety: C, Education Quality: F
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The Admissions, Financial, Business Offices are not friendly.Quite BrightComputer Science
The Admissions, Financial, Business Offices are not friendly. They lack in customer service skills. There were several instructors that were arrogant. The cirriculum changed for my degree and now I have to start over again. There isn't an advisor for CIS Networking. I am very disappointed with this institution and will never return.
2nd Year Female -- Class 2014
Campus Aesthetics: B, Education Quality: F
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So I thought this school would be theAverageComputer Science
So I thought this school would be the best ever. So says the high school I graduated from. The staff is overall nice and helpful, but as far as professors, "some" are either lazy, get a little attitude when you're trying to ask a question, and get a little assistance, and some will just make you want to fall asleep

I've spent my semester in all my classes and believe me it will make you want to sleep. The professors act like they don't want to be here and teach, some will half ass grade your work and fail you, and some provide little to no help on how you can fix your grade. I've tried to get in contact with one teacher and contacted the president. Guess what? No replies, no one available in the office, not even the class room. These "professors" just want to grab a check and go home.

On parking, instead of planning on a better parking space, they build another building next to the technology center (just wait for it... Parking spaces will be TIGHT, meaning campus police will be having a field day giving out tickets)

I feel like I should have kept looking for other colleges to attend. Now I wait for fall semester. Hopefully the next group of professors will feel like teaching some lessons and stop reading off a powerpoint slide.

1st Year Male -- Class 2014
Campus Maintenance: A+, Collaboration/Competitive: C
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