Weatherford College Reviews

  • 1 Review
  • Weatherford (TX)
  • Annual Tuition: $8,610
0% of 1 students said this degree improved their career prospects
100% of 1 students said they would recommend this school to others
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Samantha Robin
  • Reviewed: 2/3/2015
  • Degree: Animal Science
"I know a lot of students might not dream of going to a community college(ok, none of us do,) but Weatherford College is an excellent place to get started. It has a very reasonable tuition(comparatively speaking, anyway, can you guys believe how much this stuff costs??) and some truly excellent teachers. Every teacher I have seems brilliant in their field, and the complaints I do have against certain teachers are small and practically inconsequential. Many Universities have restrictions on teachers using their own text books without specific approval. Normally, this is not required at a community college, as community college professors haven't usually written their own books, but Weatherford Community College has more teachers with Doctorate degrees than I would ever have imagined. It is the only community college I have ever heard of who found need for a bylaw such as this one. There are a lot of new buildings on campus, and while the open areas may be less decorated than some larger colleges, there is interesting stuff to look at everywhere. One of my favorites is the Jurassic garden, completely made up of plants that have remained unchanged since the Jurassic period. Though a small feature on campus, it's a powerful one. I do have some complaints about the advisors, and have heard many such complaints from other students. Adam Finley is the only advisor worth talking to(unless you get to talk to the military advisor guy.) I repeat, DO NOT ALLOW YOURSELF TO TALK TO ANY ADVISOR OTHER THAN Adam Finley!! I can't stress that enough. The two occasions I decided to see someone else out of convenience, a quick trip to Adam sorted out all of their idiocy. Basically, I love my community college, and am almost sad to be leaving it for a 4-year school in the near future. I'm sorry I have to have anything to criticize. (But really. Adam Finley. Refuse to speak with any other adviser. It is probably the best advice you've ever been given.) Include the “why”: the best reviews include not only whether you liked or disliked a particular school, but also why. Feel free to talk about related schools and how the school in question compares to them. Be specific: your review should focus on specific features of the schools and your experiences with them. Be sincere: we welcome your honest opinion about the school—positive or negative. We do not remove reviews simply because they are critical. We believe all helpful information can inform the decisions of prospective students."