These schools are similar to Des Moines Area Community College in key aspects like size, setting, and academics.
100% of students
Many of my experiences with my professors were overall good and they motivate me to succeed. From the professors to students they are all willing to help with any problem. What made my experience was how nice everyone was and the diversity. DMACC makes me feel safe in its environment.
It may be hard the first time around to gain friends and the courage to take yourself up on asking others for help, but with time you learn communication plays a big role.
I like that it is a small, local college. Everyone is super nice and friendly and willing to meet new people. DMACC is in a good location because it is close to the living areas, many restaurants and activity spots.
There are not any dorms or on-campus living. There are apartments available for rent close by, but it is not just limited to students living there.
The Professors are very Professional and the education received is worth the tuition cost.
Some classes do not have very good flexibility of hours
Allows for Online Learning so later in life-learners like myself can attend full time while still working full time.
Have to go to campus for a couple of classes, but that's a MINOR dislike.
I appreciate that the classes I want to enroll in have always been available.
I have no complaints.