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The City University of New York Queensborough Community College

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I have just graduated from QCC back inAverageEnglish
I have just graduated from QCC back in june of 2017. Queensborough opened up many doors for me and helped me grow as an individual. Out of all the professors I had, I only had two bad ones, and tons of memorable ones which i still keep in touch with, some even helped me to find work! Professors are helpful and want you to do well. The atmosphere is great and fellow classmates are very down to earth and approachable. People do come and go and its not much of a Social School, but it is a great school to grow and feel treated like an adult.
2nd Year Male -- Class 2017
Faculty Accessibility: A+, Extracurricular Activities: B-
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This QBCC is anAverageUndecided
This QBCC is an outstanding school. I live in Long Island and commuting is easy. I think this is a great school and am happy with the education and the value. Profs are caring, easy to talk to and help me when I have questions.
2nd Year Female -- Class 2017
Education Quality: A+, Social Life: B+
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I wrote a very very long review atElectrical Engineering
I wrote a very very long review at another college website forum but suffice it to say, I will be brief here in saying that it's been over 25 years since I graduated and I see that some of my old professors are still teaching at QCC so I think it still applies for me to say that I got a high quality education from this school. After graduating with a degree of Electrical and Computer Engineering Technology. The rigor of the classes were hard enough to challenge me for 2 and a half years and after having graduated, I continued to City College for an engineers degree.Here's where it gets interesting. For my first few years at City College now studying for engineering I found that I already had a level of knowledge that other students were having a hard time. It should be said that I'm an average student with C+ or B- grades. The point is that the way the two schools teach was vastly different. QCC made it clear to understand and the professors explained well, and knew their stuff. City College basically taught engineering as required. A good example of this was one professor I had; Robert Boylestad. And excellent teacher that really cared that you didn't leave the class without fully knowing what you needed to know. Nashelsky, Emmanuel, etc.... There were many professors that were a rare breed- REAL TEACHERS.
Alumnus Male -- Class 2000
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