100% of students
I liked how EAC had everything organized. The instructors are extremely helpful and flexible.
I didn't like the cost of materials from EAC. They were pretty steep compared to other colleges.
So far at EAC I have loved every bit of it. It is a very small community college so you access to personal help from professors is very available. The professors are very knowledgeable and fun as well. There are constant activities going on and around campus. One of my favorite places on campus was the library. There are individual and group study rooms and tutors available much of the time as well. So far it has been a 10 out of 10 experience.
The only thing that I can think of that I don't like about EAC is that because it is so small you kind of have to be on the right track to take your classes in order seamlessly. I started in the spring semester and took a general chemistry class and the class that follows in order was offered over the summer (which I wasn't able to take classes over the summer for various reasons) but it is not offered this fall so I have to skip a semester of chemistry before I will be able to take the next class I need. And it is like that for various subjects so if you don't start on the right track it can be a bit of a pain.
Eastern Arizona College is a positive college, everyone is very nice there, and it's an easy/small college to get around.
About how many rules they have, but it is a latter day saints college so it makes sense.
I love the small class sizes and caring atmosphere. Professors are always willing to help and answer questions, and you are never lost in the crowd. It is also very affordable.
As a smaller school, there isn't a huge selection of professors for classes.