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18422 Bear Valley Rd Victorville, CA 92395, United States
18422 Bear Valley RoadUSCaliforniaVictorville92395
(760) 245-4271vvc.edu
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Monday 8:30 am – 5:00 pmTuesday 8:30 am – 5:00 pmWednesday 8:30 am – 5:00 pmThursday 8:30 am – 5:00 pmFriday 8:30 am – 5:00 pmSaturday ClosedSunday Closed
2-year degree granting institution of higher education in Victorville, CA, USA.
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"You literally need to explain things to them like you would to a 3 year old."
"Staff in admissions are rude & stupid."
"I enjoyed my time at VVC by playing football, attending parties and clubs."
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jacob lungstrum
6 months ago
If you want an honest opinion this school is unprofessional they are constantly switching their payment plan so you have to pay sooner each year and when you try and call someone there you have to wait 2 hours on the phone just to hear an automated voice say goodbye and cut you off the line the only thing that is good here are some teachers that actually try and help you but the rest is utter bulls#*t if you live in the desert avoid going there at all cost half of they're class don't even transfer to 4 year university's and they have a transfer rate of 12% the nursing program is good but there is a two year waiting list!! maybe if they got their stuff together they would have more money because students would actually want to go back there.
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Gabe Ortiz
a week ago
Staff is rude and don't explain things well at all.It's their job to answer questions etc, yet they act like it isn't and become rude when you ask them questions. Please replace the staff you have at campus. Very unprofessional.
Erica St.Pierre
a month ago
Amazing, Everyone is so helpful and cares about your education.
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Roderick Milton
a year ago
VVC isn't a bad school. VVC is just as good as any other community college as far as education is concerned *went to Mt. Sac in spring 2003*. I'm not going to say VVC have a lot of the top tier connections like other community colleges such Mt. Sac or SMC (Santa Monica College). However, students transferring to four year colleges for academic or athletic purposes still attend good institutions like Ohio University, Kansas Wesleyan, CSU, and UCs. I can't say VVC doesn't have its flaws. One noticeable flaw are the people that hang out at the RAM center doing a whole bunch of nothing. The food court definitely needs an upgrade...BAD. The football field needs a huge upgrade. It's time for VVC to invest in a multipurpose field and stadium. Finally, I wouldn't mind seeing a bridge built over the lake. Sometimes it's a pain having to walk around the Lake to get to one class to the other. lol However, much of the flaws are due to lack of funding. At the end of the day VVC is what YOU make of it. I enjoyed my time at VVC by playing football, attending parties and clubs. To this day I keep in contact with former teammates and coaches from VVC. Upon transferring I was accepted into Azusa Pacific, Chapman University, Cal Poly Pomona, and University of La Verne. I chose to attend University of La Verne, thus allowing me to play an additional two years of football before graduating.
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Joe Zaldivar
6 months ago
I went to Victor Valley College in summer and fall 2009 when I lived in Mission Crest area of Hesperia with life drawing class with Matt Wardell and adapted P.E. with author Cathie Summerford.
Angelica Sanchez
a week ago
i have not seen any campus police or security guards at all, bathrooms are dirty and disgusting and they always smell like marijuana. i am transferring to another school as soon as i can definitely..
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John Madrid
a year ago
This is a great school - The real estate and computer programs are great - The ONLY reason who hear bad things about this school is because now these so called private corprate "scam schools" hate the competition- They have been trying to block VVC from accreitation with paid for false news reports in the daily press. aside from the police / security staff trolling the students for money - but that's at ever school now -
Eddie Salcido
a year ago
VVC sucks at communication with the students. Be ready to be mis informed by the staff and students that have no idea what goes own during the school. The best thing about this school is the few teachers who are really great and have so much in enthusiasm for their subject. The rest of the school is mostly people who just want a check for going to school rather be there to learn. Thats why at the end of the semester its a ghost town during the school.