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AP Acceptance: Yes
Credit for Life Experience: No

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Contact Info

Address:
995 N Reed Ave Reedley, CA 93654
Phone: (559) 638-3641
General Site: www.reedleycollege.edu
Admissions: http://www.reedleycollege.edu/index.aspx?page=1040
Application: http://www.cccapply.org/applications/CCCApply/apply/State_Center_CCD.html

Reviews

Student Responses to Review Topic: Tips for Prospective Students
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  • Kamryn from CA
  • Jul-19-2014 I am a current student here

    I recommend Willow International, a Center of Reedley College, if you want to transfer. The teachers will prepare you, and the tutors in the tutorial center are nice.

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  • emolly
  • Apr-24-2014 I am a current student here

    Make sure to never procrastinate with signing up for classes, you will always find the class you need, but maybe not at the time you want it at. Make sure to keep on top of homework because the vacations, though nice, can completely kick you in the butt. Finally, just study, you may feel like a nerd, but in the end, you are going to have the A and the is the best feeling in the world.

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  • Monica from Kingsburg, CA
  • Aug-06-2013 I am a past student here

    Check your school issued e-mail account once a week for any updates regarding your financial aid or classes. Also, check your WebAdvisor and e-mail before you contact a staff member to help you so you can say to a staff member, Well I read my e-mail and WebAdvisor and I still don't get it... They will give you a better detailed explanation.

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  • Kaelin
  • Jul-28-2013 I am a past student here

    The most important thing to know about any Community College is you have to learn the system yourself. Many of the people I met at Willow International and Fresno City had to stay more than two years because their counselor messed up their planned classes, and gave them the wrong advice. It is best to figure out how the registration process works yourself, and do get advice, but take it with a grain of salt. Secondly, get involved in the community! I joined the Meditation club halfway through my first semester in college, and instantly my experience with college improved. The people were friendly, funny, open to newcomers, and the environment was one where everyone gives a little in order to make things happen. Also, check out the events held on campus! Every year they get bigger, and therefore better. People I met who had never been to the Mexican Heritage Celebration, Spring Extravaganza, Alive Convention, or other campus events, and who did not try to get involved in clubs and organizations on campus, always said that they didn't really like going to Willow because it was boring. I found that once I got to know people in my classes or in clubs, they would come up and talk to me on campus, and every time that happened, it totally made my day! Lastly, always be overly prepared for every day of class, because you never know when the teacher will give a pop quiz. I've had classes where the lectures were easy, homework was minimal, and then the tests were horribly hard. Some other classes were average all the way through. It seriously pays off to be more prepared than you think you need to be. However, time management is the most important part of college!

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