These schools are similar to Community College of Aurora in key aspects like size, setting, and academics.
100% of students
CCA has a welcoming environment, from the Professors to the students, not once have I felt out of place or uncomfortable.
The only thing I would have to say I don't like about CCA are the refunded drop dates. They don’t give you enough time to really see if the Professor’s way of teaching will suit you or not, and by the time you do, it’s already too late.
I've had difficulties speaking with professors about my accommodation needs and the hardships I face at home. Some courses are difficult because they do not appear to align with the transferring courses that I will make to a four-year college.
Communications awareness and flexibility needs you to need to make sure at the beginning of the semester. Even if you let the professor know what you're going through, they still don't evaluate for the sake of the classmate's fairness.
This is the first school that has truly shown they care about my well being especially my mental health. My professors helped me in every way possible and even got me help with a therapist that works at my school.
The only dislike I have is registering for classes. It is a little confusing but I am getting better at the system.