Teacher Assistant/Aide

A program that prepares individuals to assist a teacher in regular classroom settings or in providing instruction and supervision to special student populations, such as bilingual/bicultural students, special education students, adult learners, and students learning English. Includes instruction in techniques of general classroom supervision, maintaining order, assisting with lessons and carrying out related assignments.

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“… great engineering and meterology programs. nice small school atmosphere with good interaction with professors, friendly students, good choice for school. ” – engineering major

“…1. Fresno City College is a beautiful, old fashioned campus, with a diverse student population, located right in the heart of Fresno's historic Tower District. 2. Teachers are involved and invested in the success of their students, and in my...” – Elise from Fresno, CA

“…mesa community college is one of the largest community colleges in the nation and it is located in a busy area. but it still manages to have classes that are small enough that they can deliver a personal, meaningful student-teacher experience. on top...” – Charles from Chandler, AZ

“…a well laid out campus with decent parking and very knowledgeable professors. many are easy to approach and decent food.” – Jeremy from Hubbard, OH

“…sac is offering so much more than what they first did when i attened in 2003. i love the fact that everything is spread out and doesnt seem so cluttered, and no one has to walk shoulder to shoulder like some colleges. also very clean!!!!” – Pearl from San Antonio, TX

“…National University is a great opportunity for me, as a military spouse living overseas, to achieve my goal in receiving my degree. The advisor that I have been conversing with has been a great help and answers all of my questions. Everyone at...” – Acacia from APO, AE

“…UAF has a beautiful campus and a lot to offer its students. The engineering department is very helpful, encouraging, and educational (which is the goal, right?). However, the math department seems to greatly detract from the school, often believed to...” – Sarah from Anchorage, AK

“…Macomb Community College has great technical programs that can prepare students for advanced studies in the technical program that they are focused on. Macomb Community College offers a diverse experience for students which complements the...” – Eldon from Detroit, MI

“…This school is an excellent way to learn with a broad areas to major in. It also is affordable some classes have tutoring specific to that class. I like being able to enjoy school activities and the fact I can meet people with simular interest. A+ ” – Lillian from Portland, OR

“…orange coast college is one of the best community colleges in california, in transfer rates, athletics and academics. there are so many resources and opportunities to succeed and move forward, weather you want to transfer to a university or to get a...” – Jasmine from Costa Mesa, CA

Chaffey College
Rancho Cucamonga, CA

“…I must say that Chaffey College has been an outstanding college to have begun my scholarly journey. The fellow students that I have met here have proven to be quite a diverse and fantastic group. And best of all, I have been taught and academically...” – Pedro from Fontana, CA

“…sacramento city college is a great place to meet new people. the professors are kind and gives attention to every student. the campus is beautiful and the classes are also very easy to find.” – Karen from Elk Grove, CA

“…Blackburn college is very adapatable. This school is very career focused, teachers as well as students. The campus is a huge part of the community.” – Justina from Waukegan, IL

“…The College of Staten Island is a reasonably priced college that is affordable. CSI's professors are helpful and they each student with any problem that they might need. CSI is great for me because the campus offers a wide range of free semester...” – Dominic from Staten Island, NY

“…amazingly easy to get started even if you have not attended in a long time. way easier processing for student needs and financial aid assistance than 30 years ago (when i last went) dont wait any longer go to school.” – TAFFY from IMPERIAL BEACH, CA

“…Your basic college, very affordable with great professors. Good for getting started, and I recommend using this as a starter college if you plan to transfer. Be patient with the registrar! ” – A Student from Nevada

“…black hills state is an excellent school, there are very friendly people, and helpful staff. the campus is in a very beautiful location in the black hills of south dakota. there are always fun activities going on around campus. ” – Sarah from Spear, SD

“…Santa Ana College is a well rounded diverse school. The teachers and the rest of the faculty there are very friendly and hard working. It is a very homy campus.” – Lydia from Santa Ana, CA

“…Middlesex is a great school with top quality professors. Tuition is low priced for high quality education. In addition, the campus is very safe.” – Jacquelin from Hopelawn, NJ

“…I dread driving the distance, but I enjoy every bit of my college life at Saddleback. The dance program is outstanding and each instructor for every class I have is determined. They love what they do, which encourages the students to do the same.” – Tatiana from Carlsbad, CA

“…Unlike a large university like MSU the Lansing Community College campus is small and personal. The teachers are willing to go the extra mile to help you succeed. The nursing program is top notch in the state and country and well accredited.” – Karen from Haslett, MI

“…the campus is beautiful and clean. the staff and teachers are nice and friendly. i like attending classes at estrella mountain community college.” – Faye from Phoenix, AZ

“…a great college. i attended richland college directly out of high school in 1985, got sidetrack with marriage and starting a family, and now i am back. it is still the great professional college it was in 1985. ” – Sonya from Garland, TX

Century College
White Bear Lake, MN

“…This is a very diverse college and it is a little more challenging than your run of the mill community college. If you are preparing to transfer to a university, this college is great because of the more challenging aspect and it gets in a great area...” – Dylan from Glenville, MN

“…everett community college is a beautiful campus. it's nice sized and has had a lot of remodeling in the last couple of years. the cafeteria and gym are to die for, and the campus is always kept very clean.” – Jovana from Marysville, WA

“…I've been a student at CLC since the beginning of 2011, and now I finally applied for a major in 2013. I admire their organization, their seriousness and sources available for studying that they offer. Definitely, it's an excellent college.” – Luiza from Vernon Hills, IL

“…Attending Joliet Junior College is the best decision I have ever made. The Professors there have given me motivation, belief in myself and the desire to contribute all I can to this world. My life has a new meaning since attending JJC.” – Linda from Joliet, IL

“…This college is pretty awesome! I know it seem cliché to say that but it is what it is. There is so much diversity! I moved here about 6 months ago from a small town in Minnesota. Everyone knew each other and there wasn't much diversity at all....” – Petr from Federal Way, WA

“…Baker College provides students with the materials and the support that they need to be successful at furthering their education. The environment is clean and comfortable to be in. If i was asked to rate Baker College on a scale of one to ten, I...” – Lakeisha from Saginaw, MI

“…brookdale community college offers various educational opportunities for students less financially capable than others. however, the guidance office can be very unstable when it comes to integrity. on the other hand, most staff members and professors...” – Ann from Manalapam, NJ

“…a fun, christian environment where you can fellowship with other believers and can learn a lot from a christian perspective. there are over 50 majors and programs available here, so it is very likely that you will find something you are interested in...” – Brandon from Sultan, WA

“…i enjoy mott college, there are many campuses and many opportunities. the staff is very helpful and enjoyable to be around. the secretaries are also helpful and easy to talk to.” – Debra from Mayville, MI

“…home away from home, i feel at home here and the staff is wonderful. everyone here is so friendly and kind. i enjoy attending palo alto college come and join me.” – Genevieve from San Antonio, TX

“…the college campus is very nice. It has a vast variety of programs useful for students. The teacher a good and each have there own unique way of teaching. ” – Salvador from Perris, CA

“…tacoma community college has brought me nothing but happiness and hope. every teacher i've had has been engaging and professional, helping me understand and do great work. i would recommend tacoma community college to anyone, young and old! ” – Allie from University Place, WA

“…great place to start. they have wonderful professors who care about you. a caring staff who is there to help you. ” – TRAMAR from Southampton, NY

“…this is a great school for students who can adapt to an all women school. they are excellent for nursing majors. they do offer spacious and convenient dorms for those who want to stay on campus.” – Nadine from Milwaukee, WI

“…great engineering program. great instructors. great programs.” – Michael from Lompoc, CA

“…GRCC is a good all around community college to attend with a great staff and diverse student base. It's very easy once you finally are enrolled to choose classes or even set-up a counselor visit. If your interested in transferring from GRCC to a four...” – Tyler

“…grcc is a great school. parking is convenient if you buy a pass and everything you need is accessible on campus.” – Paula from Black Diamond, WA

“…The professors are well mannered and professional. The atmosphere is great with many different activities. And there are always resources to help with classes and homework.” – Tyler from Lancaster, CA

“…An excellent 2-year school with diversity and a great array of flexible courses that allows many students to achieve their educational goals. ” – Evelyn from Chicago, IL

“…Mount San Antonio College is a great school for students who are unsure of their intended field of study and are looking to explore numerous fields to find their interests. Mt. SAC is filled with great teachers, some with outstanding national awards,...” – John from Chino, CA

“…Lake Land College is a nice place to go if you are from a small rural area or if you are from a large city. Lake Land College has a lot to offer students, from sports to a fantastic library. There is a lot of open parking in all of the lots that make...” – Tami from Charleston, IL

“…Its been a great experience. The atmosphere is fun and the teachers care about how you do in their classes. There is lots of people to help you out if needed.” – Dylan from Canada

“…Good place to start out of get some extra credit for other programs. ” – Bettenia from Homewood, IL

“…Taking courses at Northwest Vista College has been a pleasant experience for me so far. The staff have always been friendly and helpful. The tuition is inexpensive. ” – Me

“…Depending on the professor, may or may not prepare you well. The hardest are the best, usually, and the easiest ones are the worst. As an engineering major, with hard work there are plenty of intern options, as most professors work/worked on APG.” – Keith from Abingdon, MD

“…Moraine Valley is a very special college, they push students to do their best to their fullest potential. Each and every teacher I have personally been taught by has showed a deep desire for all their students to succeed. And they do there best to...” – David from Calumet Park, IL

“…i really like going to school at csi because the class sizes and its a small campus but still a lot of people. i can get help one on one if needed by the teacher and or tutor. its amazing school and i will hate to leave when i have to transfer...” – Theran from Middleton, ID

“…Rock Valley College is the a great place for adult students. The low tuition rate and night class availability is what makes working a full-time job while furthering your education and career a possibility. Also, every instructor I've had so far has...” – Rachel from Belvidere, IL

“…Has great help, with teachers and the success center. Teachers really care about you. Clean environment and easy to navigate.” – Ellen from Muskegon, MI

“…Great teachers that are fun to be around. Friendly students you will make friends around here. Also always VERY clean.” – Justin from Clovis, NM

“…Very international student friendly. Very diverged. The best community college in Hawaii” – Ian from Honolulu, HI

“…spokane falls community college has been a great first experience of college for myself. the staff and students are very friendly. the teachers aren't afraid to help you when you need help or are struggling in class. the location around the school...” – Cameron from Spokane Valley, WA

“…Affordable Valuable Education Knowledgeable Professors ” – Natallia from Frederick, MD

“…Genesee Community College is a very small school with classes sizes averaging 20 kids. GCC is very affordable and it a great way to start off, whether someone is undecided about a major or don't know what college to go to. The application process...” – Kaitlyn from Oakfield, NY

“…St. Charles Community College is active in its community and cares about its students. The entire staff is always friendly and helpful. I truly feel at home there.” – Sarah from OFallon, MO

Goodwin College
East Hartford, CT

“…goodwin college is a wonderful college it provides students with respectful and professional staff. professors and classroom where the student would have great communication on one on one level with professors. the help and education is wonderfull. ” – Y from Hartford, CT

“…i believe that this school is on it's way to becoming a better college. there is a lot of things the school is behind on. the staff are often understanding and kind.” – Jessica from Somerset, KY

“…skagit valley college is a great opportunity to explore how college life is. the teachers are very helpful and answer any questions that one may have. the class sizes are small which makes it easier to interact with others.” – Kaitlin from Stanwood, WA

“…bluegrass community and technical college is a great place to start getting a bachelor's degree or simply get an associate degree. while it may seem like a school only for those who are poor or intellectually unable to go to uk, it actually has...” – Stephanie from Stanford, KY

“…Great College, Smalls class size, and hands on learning.” – Eric from Grangeville, ID

“…Heartland is a great college. I have really enjoyed my time at Heartland and I am very glad that I chose to go to Heartland. It is very cheap and affordable.” – Layne from Bloomington, IL

“…Gateway is a great school whether you're receiving an associate degree, a certificate, or just taking a class for fun. Gateway has a wide range of degree/certificate programs to satisfy different interests and career focuses. Since Gateway has...” – Megan from Mt. Pleasant, WI

“…I like Moreno Valley College. They have professors that are passionate about their field of study. They are not only well versed in their subject matter but they are also caring of their students.” – Arthur from Perris, CA

“…I love this college! All the classes are easy to find and registration is a breeze! Not only that but all the teachers are professional and very helpful.” – Amanda from Sycamore, IL

“…My father and I share a common passion for art and an attention to detail, which is useful for this talent. He has my confidence and I believe him when he says that this college has a great art program and the best starting point for my degree. Also...” – Kolton from Concordia, MO

“…it's an amazing school filled with caring professors.Students are there to achieve a higher education. Beautiful campus, ranked number 1 for a reason!” – Edwin from Walla Walla, WA

“…there are great people here- even though it is a wee bit of a hippie school. the teachers are always more than willing to help you- not to mention your classmates. all-in-all a great school to go to- religious affiliation non-material.” – CMW from Northern VA

“…I have enjoyed the time that I have been enrolled in LLCC. The teachers make there classes fun where you are eager to learn receive a rewarding experience from it. The teachers are also helpful. LLCC also provides many helpful services such as the...” – Amanda from Athens, IL

“…A building-block school for anyone. Staff members that care about the development of their students. There is diversity in the student body. ” – Victoria from Decatur, IL

“…Monroe County Community College is a great school. They have many incredible proffesors who all work hard to help you succeed. This is a college anyone would be lucky to attend. ” – Kathryn from Newport, MI

“…I love this college because of the great atmosphere! The professors and other staff members treat everyone with respect and expect the best from their students. The classes aren't very big, which means more one-on-one attention to all students.” – Andrea from Louisville, KY

“…Easy to enroll. Easy to get into the classes you need. Advisor who will work with your schedule to get you the classes you need.” – Kristi from Macungie, PA

“…It is a great 2 year college with the full 4 year experience. They have an amazing student life and a perfect balance of academics. SMC is a great place to start your college experience/career. ” – August from Dowagiac, MI

“…The kindness of the staff has simply blown my mind. Online information runs quick and you get quick answers back. Every one has been very helpful. ” – Theresa from Willmar, MN

“…i would definitely give them the highest rating possible for various reasons. in their own way they exceed even the ivy league schools. 10 out of 10; 100 out of a 100; whatever the variable they are tops.” – Sandra from Rillton, PA

Saint Mary-of-the-Woods College
Saint Mary Of The Woods, IN

“…A 'Wonderful' campus or online experience for women! The staff, Sister's, and fellow classmates are always willing to give a helping hand. The beautiful off-road campus compels you to become one with yourself and future goals.” – Amy from Clinton, IN

“…Not bad for a community college they have a lot of various 2 year programs to offer. They try to keep the students involved with various on campus events.” – Leah from Scales Mound, IL

“…it is very student oriented. classes are small and student centered. great place to start out.” – elizabeth from Florence, KY

“…There campus its clean and neat. the people are very helpful. and th students have great opportunists to study there.” – Jaqueline from Laughlin, NV

“…J. Sargeant Reynolds Community College is a great start for anyone that is looking to begin their college education or to start over from scratch in their education!” – Allen from Richmond, VA

“…kaskaskia college is based in centralia, il, but is also quite spread out in the surrounding area. it's a great school to attend for cosmetology, nursing, automotive, or for quickly (and cheaply) getting your generals out of the way for other degrees...” – Michelle from Vandalia, IL

“…the smaller campus leads to a better student teacher relationship. the offices are all very helpful also. ” – Dylan from Warren, PA

“…Mount Marty is the most welcoming and friendly place I've ever been too. Mount Marty is committed to helping each student achieve their dreams. I've made some of the best friends and met some of the most influential professors at Mount Marty. ” – Kaitlyn from Norfolk, NE

“…on a scale of 1 to 10; i would rate western at an 8. i absolutely love it there, the atmosphere, the people everything. i think they could use some improving on their wireless internet connections and the parking situation.” – Rachel from Houston, MN

“…FSCC is a good school for freshmen. The teachers are understanding, will help with whatever the students need. FSCC credits transfer to almost everywhere!” – Annie from Fayetteville, AR

“…wonderful teachers, and other staff. i'm looking forward to taking more classes there this summer. thank you!” – Danielle from Oregon, IL

“…Patrick Henry Community College is great for certifications, degrees, or transfer students. The faculty and staff are very helpful and treat each student like an individual, not a number. Choose PH Patriots!” – Ashley from Collinsville, VA

“…bmcc is a good college. it has very good programs . the staff and teachers are helpful and wonderful” – THYLO from Jamaica, NY

“…The teachers are well trained. All staff are very polite and helpful. The classes are not overcrowded.” – Melinda from Waco, TX

“…SWIC is a great value to the many students that attend. I have gotten a high quality education at a cost that I can afford without going into debt. SWIC goes above and beyond to help its students succeed. ” – happy student

“…Excellent beginner school for those looking to start back to school. The staff is awesome, very helpful. Locations are placed throughout the state as well as online.” – Brandy from North Powder, OR

“…i would rate my college a 10 . the reason is that the campus provides help to their students. and getting information to improve oneself. the staff and the environment is satisfactory to my knowledge. the professor goes in great depth in educating...” – Revati from OZONE PARK, NY

“…Harper College is one of the best community college out there that can help you prepare for a four year university or to save up for a four year university. Whether its a physical education associate or an engineering associate, Harper College...” – Colin from Wheeling, IL

“…KCC is a nice community college with a small student body and small class sizes. The campus is pretty and in a convenient location. The professors and staff are all kind and helpful and actually care about your future and your education. ” – Alex from Kankakee, IL

“…Treasure Valley is a very helpful college, in regards to questions asked there is always some one very to help. Whether it be a student or faculty member. Personally, not knowing much about higher education before, the answered all my questions, even...” – Lacey from Ontario, OR

“…Mayville State is a close knit college. Everyone student and teacher are accepting and accommodating. The level of education is first rate.” – Krista from Devils Lake, ND

“…they have online courses for certain degrees, and the degree programs are offered at more places than just at the college for students who live around the missouri area. they also have smaller classes than other universities and colleges so you can...” – Kylee from St. Joseph, MO