|Ethnicity Breakdown||Asian||Black||Caucasian||Hispanic||Middle Eastern||Native American||Pacific Islander|
|Merced College Students||21%||1%||14%||64%||3%||2%||1%|
|All Bold.org College Students||12%||22%||36%||25%||2%||2%||1%|
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Being from Merced, I enjoyed having a little bit more time after high school to figure things out and be able to choose my major with more information. I liked that I could save a some money on tuition rather than having to pay a lot for tuition right off the bat.
Besides in class, there is not a whole lot of social life.
To be honest attending Merced College and my education experience are quite well. I enjoy how the campus offers to tutor the students that have difficulty with their classes and professors having office hours.
Something I didn’t like about Merced College is not being able to take a class because it’s not available or they’re not teaching it.
Merced College has so many resources available it's almost hard to go bad! It's easy to set up appointments and there's almost always availability. The staff is so kind I appreciate them so much.
There wasn't much I disliked except for the food on the Los Banos campus is not good/some of it is expired.
I like how they are always trying to find something for their students to do, they are always trying to get the students together for pizza or movie night. My teacher was very attentive to my online class.
More options on class schedules for people who work.
I like the selection of professors and programs of EOPS and textbook services.
Be aware of the new textbook cost program.
It is a great place to get started or to even get back to school.
The social life could be better.