Reviews for Monroe Community College, Brighton
Many students call this school the 13th grade. I enrolled at the age of 29 and it did feel a little like High School. There are many students there with absolutely no direction; going to college because it's the thing to do. This school is an inexpensive alternative for the first 2 years of a 4 year school. It is good for purposes of transferring somewhere else.
I had 2 professors who I thought were both great teachers and wise people. There were 2 others who I would say are good instructors. Like all colleges, there are some classes that are easier than others and if you are looking for a few easy credits in subjects that you are not very interested in , this school definitely has some classes that fit into this category. Some of the classes in fields of study that are more important to me though, are not taught with the students' interests in mind. Some of the instructors seem to be phoning it in or don't have the adaptability to satisfy different individuals' learning styles.
Campus Facilities & Safety
I never had any problems with this. There are plenty of computers available to do work while in school. I have never had a safety issue come up. Since facilities add to the cost of tuition of course, I wish they didn't do so much reconstruction of facilities. My goal here is to get the credits that I need and move on. As long as the labs in class are satisfactory and there are accessible computers, I am happy with that.
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