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STCC is a community college, and you getQuite BrightOther
STCC is a community college, and you get what you pay for. Compared with a lot of community colleges, STCC is great. I went here for two years as part of a high-school dual-enrollment program, and I have loved (almost) every minute of it. Most of my professors have been very helpful and friendly, and they always do their best to help students. Others (and I'm a liberal arts student planning to transfer, so a lot of my classes have been gen. eds, which are usually lower-quality no matter where you go) are only interested in pushing their own agendas or have been so beaten down by stupid questions it's like they've given up.

STCC has an older student base, so most of the students are fairly serious and well-meaning. If you're going into a technical program, go to STCC, because they are very well-respected. And even if you're taking just general classes, STCC is much better than say, HCC, which has a younger student base.It's hard to make friends, though most students are very down-to-earth and friendly. For people who want technical degrees, or for people who want to get a solid base before transferring to a four-year school, I would recommend STCC in a heartbeat.

2nd Year Female -- Class 2009
Faculty Accessibility: A+, Education Quality: C-
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The Occupational Therapy AssistantQuite BrightOther
The Occupational Therapy Assistant department is wonderful, including the faculty. STCC really is a great school, with tons of different programs, many of them quite viable for careers. I really enjoy having been a part of this school. It's a good way to reach success.
1st Year Female -- Class 2008
Education Quality: A+, Social Life: D
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This college genuinely seems to be concerned withAverageSchool of Information
This college genuinely seems to be concerned with the success of its students, even to the point of suggesting paths of activity that might not benefit the college, but would be good for the student. It also actively attempts to find employment opportunities, has numerouos transfer and employment forums and has an extensive system of helps for bothe the disabled and other students.
5th Year Male -- Class 2004
Education Quality: A+, Social Life: D
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