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Luzerne County Community College

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Well, it is aQuite BrightArchitecture
Well, it is a commuter school so most activities occur mid day. Almost as many night classes as day, but no time for night activities. Good school. Most professors expect high quality, a lot of studying.
1st Year Male -- Class 2017
Innovation: A, Social Life: C-
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The faculty at this school are absolutely laughable.Quite BrightBusiness - Management and Administration
The faculty at this school are absolutely laughable. The professors blatantly don't care about the students or their own curriculums. If you e-mail your teacher, it can take literally weeks for them to get back to you, which can be very frustrating when it's regarding an assignment with a looming deadline. Not to mention, most of the office staff throughout the campus are completely rude and unhelpful. If you attend LCCC, expect it to take weeks for you to get anything done, be it financial aid, admissions requirements, coordinating your graduation (which they don't help you with, you must initiate this yourself), etc. I wouldn't recommend this college to anyone & cannot wait to attend a better school.
2nd Year Female -- Class 2012
Perceived Campus Safety: D+, Faculty Accessibility: F
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The admissions and financial aid departments in thisQuite BrightOther
The admissions and financial aid departments in this school are incompetant, and on top of that...rude. You can't be terrible at your job and rude, it cancels each other out. They screwed up my admissions paperwork, and then after they fixed it, they said that I was considered late, and my financial aid is delayed. I applied in April, and it is the middle of October and I have yet to hear anything. I had to put my books on a credit card because they would not give me bookstore credit even though I am very eligible for financial aid. Ridiculous. They said that they had an influx of 20% more students this year, and they don't have enough people to handle all the work, so everything is delayed. How is that my problem? Hire some people from temp agaencies...if you are getting more money, you can afford to hire a few people temporarily! I am debating going here next's not affordable schooling when they screw you out of your financial aid money.
1st Year Female -- Class 2012
Scholastic Success: B+, Individual Value: F
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