100% of students
What I looked like most was that they tried to plan as many opportunities for you to put what you learned in the classroom into use in the real world. They tried to plan trips to farms and shelters so you could actually use the skills you learned on paper or in videos. It was a little harder to do after the COVID hit but they always tried to think of different ways so you could put today's practical skills to use even if it required practice dummies in the classroom.
The one class I didn't like was introductory zoology. That teacher tried to put too much on the students at one time for each test he gave. He tried to put about 6 chairs worth of information on each test and expected the students to remember all the information he said MAY be on the test and that it could be said in 10 different ways when actually doing if the stuff that was on them you would only learn after you rest the chapters and there were a lot of pages per chapter so there was no hope of reading every chapter fully before the test time.
I am currently attending ACC for one class (ENG-111), I go there three times a week. Slowly I began to make friends in the one class that I had. There were people that worked hard and people that kept up to date with the assignments. Not to mention the professor I had was amazing, helped me out when needed, and made it clear that the only goal they had was to help me pass their class. The dining hall looks massive and I am finally starting to understand the "college experience." Although it is a community college, I recommend ACC to anyone looking to get an Associate or to a four-year university. The staff and the people there work hard to make sure that students have the most opportunities possible.
Something that I think students should be aware of is the buildings, which can be confusing. When someone says "G building" what they actually mean is the "GEE Building" (they both sound the same so it is easy to confuse). The letters on the buildings are on corners of the corresponding building so you have to keep an eye out for those types of things. As of writing this, ACC is constructing new parts to their campus so keep in mind that some roads may not be available (although this is a temporary problem that is not going to exist a year or two from now).