100% of students
Rio Hondo has great programs for low-income and first-generation students.
I do think they need to improve when it comes to the food they offer and how students can pay for their food too.
I loved the fact that every staff member from admissions to professors wanted you to succeed and went above and beyond in helping assist with anything school-related.
We are all in this together and succeed if we can all extend a helping hand.
The counselor I assigned myself is very, very good at his job and at helping students. Rip Hondo is an accredited college and is more student-based; meaning they aim to help students financially and academically more than other schools. The professors I have had have all been very nice and understanding. They have many activities on campus having to do with dog therapy before and during midterms, mental health awareness meetings, abuse meetings, and so on.
What I don't like about Rio Hondo College would be the small parking lot and the hike uphill and downhill if riding on a bus to get there. The pool is also unavailable to those who aren't registered for a type of swimming course.
Lots of people to meet and the professors are very understanding and kind. Very good teachers and a well-organized campus, as well as a variety of clubs and groups to join for student aid, as well as opportunities for underprivileged students.
Poor campus accessibility; lots of structural inconvenience for disabled students. Ex. Inconventlynplaced ramps and elevators.