LaGuardia Community College of the City University of New York is a scandal waiting to explode. You are invited to visit www.Laguardiacorruption.com to see the deleterious effect of administrative corruption on education and, in particular, how cronyism, rampant grade inflation, fraudulent course material and fraudulent remedial exams have rendered the Mathematics and English Departments dysfunctional. With more than 160,000 visits to date, the website aims to inform all colleges, education associations, interested taxpayers, elected officials and news media in the New York City vicinity.
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this school is very diverse and you can learn a lot from everyone from cultural back round to simple class tips. Also it has many programs and classes that help students who are in a rut whether its tuition or simply getting the credit they need.» Read More
This school has good potential along with great progrmas but still lacks in many ways but this school is good for those who messed up in high school or parents/adults who took a break from school and need to start off light. The students here are really to themselves so its up to you whether you make an effort to make friends, but everyone focus is getting there credits and transferring. The staff and faculty are okay, there are some good professors and some bad processors but that's common everywhere, the best advice i give you is that your experience at this school is totally up to you.» Read More
The transferring process from High School to College was difficult because of the new-environment and the not-knowing of what i wanted to major on. However, the faculty helped my transitions offering multiple free services to students, one-on-one tutoring, and helpful professors that actually cared for their students.» Read More