Vehicle Maintenance and Repair Technologies at Columbus State Community College: Overview

(Rating 2.8 based on 5 reviews)

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At the Columbus State Community College through Vehicle Maintenance and Repair Technologies program you can obtain degrees of the following award levels: Award of at least 1 but less than 2 academic years, Award of at least 2 but less than 4 academic years. The lessons of this program will be conducted at 550 E Spring St.

The average total number of students of all degrees enrolled in this specialty is 51 or more and 96.1% of students are men.

Columbus State Community College campus is safe for students with 0.02% of maximum crimes a year. Burglary, forcible sex offense and motor vehicle theft are the most frequently detected crimes. Academic/career counselling and employment services provided for students. 6% of students get financial aid.

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I attended tstc Abilene online to receive a degree in digital media. At first, the experience was well and loved all of my professors except one. Apparently for my photography class, a teacher was not assigned, so a teacher in Harilgen took on our class. The teacher was not as thorough as the others, didn't grade on time, described the assignments in a non descriptive brief way, and made the class a "learn as you go" kind of class. After 3 months, mid semster, of turning in my work the teacher decides to finally grade everything and I received an A .I was very pleased since I reached out to the professor numerous of times stating I was struggling with understanding the material in regards to what we were supposed to turn in for the first assignment. I submitted the first assignment, but emailed the professor right after to explain my confusion.The teacher responded by stating "no worries", and soon started posting videos to our student web page for the class since other students came forward stating they are also struggling. So after receiving that A after 3 months I was pleased. The week after the professor graded our work, an email was sent out stating if we had any late work to please turn it in. I went back to check and be sure I had turned everything in, I saw I had two quizzes I forgot to complete, and completed the quizzes. A week before finals the professor sent another email out to the whole class stating if we did not turn in the late work we did not complete, he would no accept any late work on a certain date, and again I didn't think anything of it since I completed everything. However, when I checked my grade a few days before the final my grade went from an A to an F. I was so angry and confused! I immediately emailed the professor asking why my grade dropped so low. The professor then decides to inform me the first assignment I turned in was incorrect and I needed to redo it. At that moment I decided to go over the professors head to contact the Provost to explain the situation. Here is where I was not pleased at how this situation was handled. After explaining to the provost what happened, he also agreed that it was odd how low my grade dropped and how the professor stated "no worries" on my one assignment. The provost stated they would contact the tstc in Harilgen since the professor was from there and the provost there would need to take further action since it was another city. A few days later I heard nothing, and my grade dropped even lower. I contacted the provost on Abilene again and he apologized stating he got busy but was able to send the professor an email but didn't give me an answer on why the professor dropped my grade so low. Eventually, the professor "failed" me for the whole class without giving me an exact answer as to why he gave me an A the whole semster only to drop it the week of finals, and the provost could not answer my questions or concerns. I was very angry, confused, and felt like I wasted my time with tstc. I wanted to post my experience to inform others who are considering going to this school to please be aware of situations like this. I understand if we, as students, need to repeat assignments or receive late work penalties and what not. However, giving a student a false grade the whole semster and then not telling them why is unacceptable! It is basically a form of cheating because our grade tells us how we are doing in the class. If you have an A, why would you worry about failing. Dissapointed with this school, and if I could give that teacher a rating it would be a 0.

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Outstanding campus! I am a Army Veteran (13B) currently attending the Industrial Maintenance Program and so far I am loving every bit of it.

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The school is okay. Some of the teachers really care about their work and some don't while some are good teachers and some aren't that great. I don't think it's a very efficient school to attend if you actually want to learn. The staff all were rather nice though while I took my EMT class.

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Honestly wish I went WGU instead.

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It's a great technical college

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Address: 550 E Spring St

Place: Associate's--Public Urban-serving Single Campus

General Phone Number: +6142875353

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