100% of students
I loved how kind and helping everyone was whether it was a staff member or a student.
No dislikes at this moment.
The staff was always helpful and extremely knowledgeable. They were realistic and understanding of students' situations and went about and beyond for all students even the ones who slacked off. They wanted us to succeed and keep going.
Honestly, I wish there was better/more parking. I never felt safe having to walk across the campus and then across the street through a parking lot (or even further) after my late classes.
Good for any local Socal student for driving, professors were great educators, manageable class load.
Difficult to get priority enrollment.
El Camino College has been a great stepping stone for me to further my education in Film. The professors and film community there are helpful and resourceful in helping me grow and navigate my career.
If you are going to El Camino in order to transfer to another university, only use the transfer counselors and do not talk to the regular counselors. The transfer counselors were able to help me with things that the regular counselors were not.
El Camino is extremely open and approachable. The faculty and overall learning experience cater to newly graduated high school students, yet you’ll occasionally find some older students on campus. While the culture around campus is obviously geared toward appealing to the youth, no one on campus has any reservations about people who strive for higher education.
If there was something I didn’t like about El Camino, it’s the fact that it’s located close to the busiest main streets in southern California, and finding parking is atrocious.
What I enjoyed about El Camino was the availability to reach all staff and the ability to acquire any type of information needed to thrive during my educational journey.
What I did not like about El Camino were the moments of overwhelming information. There have been times when I needed urgent help with classes or something similar and could not get it. I would reach out for help and be left to dead-end phone calls and empty counselor appointments.