Butler Community College is perfect for those who are looking to speed through college with low costs. Semesters were usually $500 per class without additional costs. However, college life was lacking-- of course due to it being a community college. There are no dorms and not as available cafeterias. But overall, Butler Community College is a good option for people in the area to consider.
WHAT I didn’t LIKE
Attending Butler Community College, I realized I did not like the food and class times as much. The cafeteria only runs until 1pm, leaving students to source food from vending machines or outside resturaunts. Additionally, the classes did not run as late into the afternoon as I would have perferred-- most of the classes running more densely in the morning.
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