|Ethnicity Breakdown||Asian||Black||Caucasian||Hispanic||Middle Eastern||Native American||Pacific Islander|
|San Bernardino Valley College Students||5%||13%||13%||71%||0%||4%||0%|
|All Bold.org College Students||12%||22%||36%||25%||0%||2%||0%|
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San Bernardino is a great choice. All my credits can be transferred to a CSU easily. There is no reason someone would not take advantage of a lower cost in school with the same education degree.
It is a smaller campus. If you were expecting bigger, it's not.
They started to expand their curriculum at the school. They also eventually added more programs, that lead to better majors. As well as better opportunities for the students.
The councilors know less about the classes and student assistance than you do. You will find yourself on many occasions, navigating the inner workings of the school on your own. Only some of the teachers care about you actually understanding your classes. Some are also biased towards certain students.
I like that they are very willing to listen and understand the situation you are in or have found yourself in. The faculty are very much there to help you make it to your goal.
There is not much I don’t like about the school if I had to say something it would be having more classes available in the afternoons.
What I loved most about San Bernardino Valley College is how supportive the staff is. They are so dedicated to making sure we are on the right track for our future and are so invested in our education. I absolutely love the campus, it's so peaceful, and everyone is so kind!
The only thing I didn't like about San Bernardino Valley college is absolutely nothing!
The school is very nice, the teachers are always helpful.
Everything is good.