|Ethnicity Breakdown||Asian||Black||Caucasian||Hispanic||Middle Eastern||Native American||Pacific Islander|
|Phoenix College Students||6%||13%||25%||56%||0%||13%||1%|
|All Bold.org College Students||11%||21%||37%||25%||0%||2%||1%|
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Phoenix College has a very nice environment both on and off-campus. Most professors are fair and give great feedback. Resources are always available if you need them and the campus is very well-built.
Some professors can be a little too harsh with their grading online. Also, their availability hours are not always specified so when you try to contact them it can be a bit difficult.
I enjoyed the architecture, teachers, and the voluntary work available for helping the food drive run smoothly to accommodate homeless or even just hungry students. I found the entire on-campus experience to be very positive and enlightening in terms of experience and the knowledge and perspective gained working on a project with St. Mary's food bank. Hunger will reflect academic scores. It does not take a scientist to factually explain this, but that is possible. Hunger amongst students in college and homelessness amongst college students is extremely high. It pains me to know any student striving to acquire a better job, position, career, a better all-around life for themselves will ever endure even the pangs of hunger- Let alone the psychological, physical, and psychosomatic symptoms that follow even 1 skipped meal. I cannot imagine doing school living on the street, completely helpless, cold or hot, without supplies and food to work. This really made me feel grateful for my life and academic career. It also reminded me of how much I enjoy helping out. I learned a lot and helping anyone, especially my peers in college really felt great!
Phoenix college truly does help a person out when they need it. For classes and any future plans you want to commit to. Amazing staff and wonderful advisors that will be there for any help you need.
It is quite hard to take multiple classes per semester. They only allowed 12 credits a semester which is only 3-4 classes
I like the diversity and helpfulness when required.
I don’t like that there are few classes that are not taught there.