100% of students
I'm currently enrolled in the AAS Health Information Management 2 year degree online, and all the professors have been wonderful about answering my questions in a timely manner. They even mailed me a student t-shirt for free! I've taken a few online classes with other universities; however, I still feel part of their student body.
I am unable to self-enroll in classes. I have to go through my advisor who enrolls me in the classes; however, this keeps me from making any errors so it's not that bad. My advisor has been great with explaining courses, transfer credit questions, and my degree planning. Overall, not a bad experience.
Amazing instructors and affordable.
Sometimes it was hard for me to reach out to faculty.
As an over-30 student, I have certain expectations. I prefer a clean study area, as well as, a clean dining hall and presentation. I have received all of this and more. The professors are very responsive, even to online students. They answer questions without judgment or degrading behavior. They have a very large list of classes for any degree. It has been great having the variety and options for more tailored humanities courses.
Certain professors come off as stodgy. I think this is true in most colleges, there is always that one professor.
There is so much to do at Hutchinson Community College. You meet so many different people there. I love how excited we get for games.
I wish they would give students more chances in class as they do for athletes.
Hutchinson Community College offered me a cheaper way to get some of my prerequisites out of the way before transferring to a state school. The education was fair and the professors were knowledgeable.
Faculty can be unhelpful at times. It's important to be patient and try to take the high road when you can.