What are the top 3 reasons someone should attend Wharton County Junior College?

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Anonymous, Student, Wharton County Junior College, Class of 2017

Wharton County Junior College may be a small junior college but this is exactly what makes it so enticing! The student-teacher ration at my school is great allowing more one-on-one interaction between students and teachers. WCJC also has a really low tuition cost allowing you to get top notch education at a really affordable rate! Its also all about the location! WCJC has campuses not just in Wharton, Texas but in other parts of Houston, Texas as well! This allows students to choose where they want to go to relieve an inconveniences they might have as far as location!

Anonymous, Student, Wharton County Junior College, Class of 2017

No matter which college you attend or your intended major, the first two years will be mainly comprised of the same set of classes.At a community college, you have time to take your courses and think about what you want to do without being pushed to choose a major, a minor and a career plan right away. It also saves you a lot of money. The CCAP cites that students at community colleges “save, on average, $4,183 in tuition over public four-year institutions, and $22,741 when compared to private four-year schools.” Attending a community college for the first two years is especially beneficial for recent high school graduates because a lot of personal growth and maturation occurs the first few years after graduation.

Anonymous, Student, Wharton County Junior College, Class of 2018

  • you should attend wharton if your not ready to go to a university
  • you should attend wharton if you want to be on a winning rodeo team
  • you should attend wharton if you want to be in a smaller setting that is cheaper
Anonymous, Student, Wharton County Junior College, Class of 2016

The top 3 reasons someone should attend Wharton County Junior College are: - good Academic Programs for students to pursue their interest in. - the college has good qualified teachers who are dedicated to help you out in anyway possible. - The college has Great Advisors who can help you understand the requirements you need to fulfill in order to transfer to a four year college.

Anonymous, Student, Wharton County Junior College, Class of 2017

Getting their basics out of the way, gaining more education, and/or trying to figure out their interests about certain fields

Anonymous, Student, Wharton County Junior College, Class of 2018

A person should join Wharton County Junior College because its affordable for most individual. Financial aid is provided if applied for. Second, the teacher at Wharton are very helpful and are there to help. Thirdly, the college provides a team to always assist you in times of need.

Anonymous, Student, Wharton County Junior College, Class of 2016

Its small, kind of like a high school, you see a lot of the same people everyday so you make friends easier and you get the feel of college life without jumping into something big like Texas A&M.

Anonymous, Student, Wharton County Junior College, Class of 2017

The three reason to attend Wharton County Junior College. First they excellent programs you can get into to get your career started. Second smaller school equals students get help easy since the classes are smaller. First it just a good vibe when you start WCJC.

Anonymous, Student, Wharton County Junior College, Class of 2018

The top 3 reasons one should attend Wharton County Junior College are; it is financially smarter, a good transition from high school to a real university, and it is usually closer to your house.

Anonymous, Student, Wharton County Junior College, Class of 2015

1) Save money 2) Finish their basic core credits 3) Provides a stepping stone into what a real university will be like

Anonymous, Student, Wharton County Junior College, Class of 2017

The 3 top reason i think someone should attend Wharton would have to be for a better one to interaction with a persons professor, Wharton helps each student to the best of their ability for they want everyone to be successful, and lastly i would say for financial reason. I see Wharton at the same level as any other 4 year institution.

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