Reviews for Metropolitan Community College, South Omaha
I am enjoying my time at Metropolitan Community College. All of the campuses are nice and spacious. There are great study areas all over the place. Better than that, though, are the classes and teachers. I love the online classes I've been taking at Metro. They're probably my favorite part!
Although I've had teachers I didn't particularly like or get along with at Metro, I've also had teachers who were truly exceptional and who taught me a lot. Even in classes I didn't expect to learn much in, I've had teachers who have surprised me. Usually online courses are so hard, many people don't want to take them, but I've enjoyed the online courses offered at Metro. The teachers are helpful and make themselves available to you quite frequently. The classes are still challenging, but challenging isn't bad when the teachers are there to help you out. All of my teachers at Metro have also been very understanding about students' individual circumstances, making more flexible schedules and exceptions for people's varying lifestyles.I really like the class size at Metro, as well. The largest class I've had, and my teacher even commented on the unusually large class size, started out with 20 students and dwindled to 17 by mid quarter. One class I am currently in only has 5 students altogether. This makes the experience a lot more personal and gives the teacher much more time to work with the students individually.
Campus Facilities & Safety
Each one of Metropolitan's campuses are nice, clean, and friendly. You never feel uncomfortable. The staff in each of the school bookstores are polite and seem to be generally happy. This alone makes a big difference in the overall feel of the campus. There are computer labs that you can use along with a writing center and a math center where you can get free tutoring. The tutors don't make you feel stupid, either, which is nice. Parking is rarely a challenge at Metro, due to the smaller class sizes and the large parking lots. The first day of fall classes is probably the most packed the parking lots ever are, due to incoming freshmen.
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