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18422 Bear Valley Rd Victorville, CA 92395
18422 Bear Valley RoadUSCaliforniaVictorville92395
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2-year degree granting institution of higher education in Victorville, CA, USA.
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"I want to transfer to a different community college."
"Staff in admissions are rude & stupid."
"Amazing, Everyone is so helpful and cares about your education."
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A lot of bad reviews come from teens that haven't yet learned how to deal correctly with life. But Good college. Work is good and teachers are helpful. Campus is nice, bookstore is great, Programs are AWESOME! especially for those single parents and for ones that don't have a lot of money to pay for college. Yes, community college is a lot harder to start at because of the financial aid, admissions, and counseling lines that accumulate, but it's worth going to.
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Larry Stone
a month ago
First off, to the younger students, patience, try putting your selfish behind in their shoes, you probably wouldn't make it through the first hour. That being said, try stepping up, you know becoming an adult, you'll need to eventually, and the sooner the better. Ask yourself the question as to why the enthusiasm isn't their, the'PROFESSORS' PROBABLY HAVE TO ACCOMPLISH SO MANY UNREALISTIC measures just to try and perform the task at hand, and request go unanswered, might cause one to feel an insurmountable challenge, which could drain you, before you settle in to your job, multiply this endeavor over a couple of years, you might loose your smiley face as well. The size and continued growth takes on an adaptation of never getting your footing, so working with or communicating to other students, will go along way, procrastination, along with a me first, mine only, approach is for all too discourage, you wouldn't pull that crap at home, so whats your problem? Best of luck to all, this is a school for those who aren't selfish, even though they welcome all with growth issues. Best of luck to the A.S.B.
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Jacob Rivera
2 weeks ago
Everything was going perfectly, until they charged me for classes that FASFA was suppose to cover. Their mistake is costing me my classes, my progression.
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Zenaida Medina
2 months ago
i want to transfer to a different community college. The staff for financial aid offices are so rude, mean, unpleasant, jerks and just plain idiots. !!!1
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Adrian Powell
a week ago
After graduating high school at the top of my class, I was absolutely DEVASTATED when I wasn't able to attend CSU Monterey Bay. I worked so damn hard just to get accepted into an university that its not even funny, but atlas, my mother was ill and needed me. Unlike most of the people I know (whose only goal in life is to sit at home playing video games till the end of time) I "opted" out to attend VVC. Still depressed over the university debacle, I became apprehensive when I enrolled myself to VVC. I heard stories from my high school teachers about how bad this community college was and how I should "steer clear" from it. I have also read multiple irate reviews from the internet about this college, so I wasn't exactly "tickled pink" about the idea of attending VVC. Well, say one thing about VVC: it's not as bad as people make it out to be. YES, admissions staff and the financial aid department are vexatious, and YES, there are some unpleasant people who go here (but I've visited many community colleges throughout the state, and let me tell you; I've found that 90% of the colleges I visited contained "unpleasant" people). I've never had a problem with the fees, so I'm not too sure what the fuss is all about. All the professor's I've had were extremely helpful, especially Richard Cerrto (the man went out of his way to make sure that I got a cheap Anthropology textbook, who does that?). I am a nursing major and found ALL of the science classes up to par (all of my biology professor's were passionate about their jobs and actually wanted students to succeed). My GPA is a 3.8 and have kept it that way for a while now. Why mention that? Excluding the six people I know here, a lot of people (not ALL) seem to be lazy and blames the school for their failures. You're telling me that religious studies is hard? Try taking microbiology with an additional 14 units while caring for your loved ones, we'll see which one is harder. I originally wanted to register for their nursing program but the waitlist is ridiculous, so I plan on transferring after this upcoming semester to CSU San Bernardino to finally pursue my Bachelor's in nursing. It's not Monterey, but San Bernardino was my third pick. In the end, I've had an enjoyable experience here. PROS: the professors, the campus, the science department, and believe it or not, the bookstore. CONS: Admissions/financial aid staff, and the students (not ALL, but SOME). If you're like me or someone looking for something cheaper than a university and live in the high desert, and is actually SERIOUS about their education, VVC is for you. If you're still living in high school and could give two "you-know-whats" about your education and just want to come here to take up space and "hang" with your friends, then this place is for you, just stay the hell out of the way for people who are serious about their education.
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Karina Sanchez
a month ago
Worst school ever, campus police is rude, they don't help and the other people working there are rude and it seems like they really hate there jobs. This is my opinion from experience. Police are looking around all over campus and they make you feel uncomfortable. They act as if guarding the school is a jewel. Pathetic excuse for an education. The only good thing is that it is a lot cheaper than a university. There is hardly a parking space and the ones in front are supposedly taken by staff until after 6, these people are unorganized.
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Raquel R.
3 weeks ago
Victor Valley College is a great stepping stone to where you want to go, they provide all the resources to achieve in your college career.
Bob Fock
a month ago
Not only is everyone rude here, the instructors don't teach anything that you really should be knowing about your course. Don't waste money here go somewhere else.