Portland Community College Reviews
Student & Graduate Reviews (3)
Portland Community College is a very diverse and welcoming atmosphere. The student body is filled with people of all ages, orientations, and genders, with no discrimination to one group. The teachers are understanding of work getting in the way of school and are graciously lenient. The campuses are very well maintained and easy to get to. In addition, the online courses are plentiful and just as rewarding as on campus classes. I would highly recommend this college to any other.
Portland Community College is a good school for low income students, single parents, and, students that have to work while attending school. Most of the instructors are very understanding regarding; that for most of us college is not our first priority because; we have familes at home. As long as you are a student that will not make excuses as to why you don't finish"many" assignments. I have been attending PCC since 2011. I have had a pretty good college experience academically but, I will say all students should be aware of the schools Advisors. Most of them know absolutely nothing about advising for the medical field and, they do not care about the student as a whole. They are just there for a paycheck and to fill classrooms. So, my advice is to pick your own classes and keep track of your own progress. If you do relie on them as I did you could possibly be in school for three years at a two year college and, still not have an associates degree. Even though, I have racked up thousands of dollars in student loans and my government grant are now completely depleted!
The Health Information Management degree program under Associate of Applied Sciences is the best degree I could have chosen. This program prepares in every way for the field to make sure you're completely prepared.