I am learning a lot at my school. The classrooms are smaller and the teachers take their time with you. Most of the teachers there are really friendly and patient with you. They want you to learn and be interested in what you are doing.They will repeat and reteach the lesson till you get it. if you don't get it they will stay after and help you out some more.
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I am attending Dona Ana Community College to get my basics. I have completed my first semester there and am currently taking my second semester. In my opinion it is a great school, it is small but calm and peaceful and is the perfect environment to study and get work done. I am very pleased with this college.» Read More
I have learned alot this past semester and am very exited to continue my education at DACC. I enjoded the one on one teaching from all the teachers. I appriciated that they valued my attendence as equal as any other student.» Read More
New Mexico State University is a over all 4 star rating. The campus is clean and safe. It's an organized community in itself, people can be themselves here and not feel judged or bullied. This college offers student housing for all their students, no one is turned away.» Read More
I would highly recommend this school to anybody the professors are extremely knowledgeable and very helpful. The folks in the community of Dona Ana are a pleasure to get to know and be around. People on campus are extremely nice and I feel right at home here, this is highly recommended school and I look forward to continuing my degree hear at NMS.» Read More
Great place to start off at before transferring to a bigger school. Class sizes are smaller, and students can get more one on one with the teacher. Professors provide info. on how to reach them if students need help and are open to any questions the student may have.» Read More