|Ethnicity Breakdown||Asian||Black||Caucasian||Hispanic||Middle Eastern||Native American||Pacific Islander|
|Santa Fe Community College Students||8%||14%||48%||38%||0%||2%||0%|
|All Bold.org College Students||11%||21%||37%||25%||0%||2%||0%|
These schools are similar to Santa Fe Community College in key aspects like size, setting, and academics.
100% of students
The availability of resources to help students thrive. The opportunities to engage in different academic areas
Lack of student involvement.
I liked the versatility of the classes and the professors. I did mostly online, and even then, I still found the classes to be enriching. The professors make a clear effort to teach and the other services have been equally helpful.
There is not much to complain about, to be honest. I got what I paid for and I don't regret taking classes through SFCC.
I liked that Santa Fe Community College was so caring and helpful to dual enrollment students. I was a junior in high school when I started attending college and of course, I was nervous. The faculty made me feel at home and comfortable with my college experience.
The only thing that I would have to complain about was my college algebra professor. He did not teach the class well and he made it seem like he just wanted a paycheck. I ended up earning a B in his class, which was very discouraging for me. I would just be extremely careful with the professors you get.
One thing I am a major fan of is the communication between the students and the professors. While all professors are different, a majority do make an effort to be there for their students, whether it's in person or online. Another thing is the social life. While I don't personally partake in everything they have to offer, there is so much to offer.
I think you would have to keep in mind that no professor is the same, you could have great communication with one, and have another that you can never get in touch with.