Business/Commerce at Antelope Valley College: Overview

(Rating 2.8 based on 5 reviews)

Number of students

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Men/Women

At the Antelope Valley College through Business/Commerce program you can obtain degrees of the following award levels: Award of at least 1 but less than 2 academic years, Associate's degree. The classes of this program will be conducted at 3041 West Ave K.

The average total number of students of all degrees enrolled in this specialty is 26 or more and 42.3% of students are men.

Antelope Valley College campus is safe for students with 0.08% of maximum crimes a year. Burglary, robbery and motor vehicle theft are the most often noticed crimes. Academic/career counselling and employment services available for students. 7% of students get financial aid.

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Personally, if you're political beliefs lean to the left, you'll probably enjoy it here. If you're like me and you lean far to the right, you'll probably hate it here. Keep in mind that I was at the south campus where all the nursing students are at. So this may not apply to the entire campus.This isn't my first time at UMSL, but it will be my last. I used to think that people saying that college campuses were liberal strongholds was a myth, I found out the hard way that its not. There are gender neutral bathrooms and the campus police even called me directly when they were concerned that I was concealed carrying on campus. So needless to say, they're not exactly pro 2nd amendment on college grounds for the sake of "public safety."In short, i don't think this college teaches you much in terms of being independent. Hell, the BSN program didn't even recognize the critical thinking and analytical skills I got from my history degree, and they sure as hell didn't like how troublesome I was in their program for being a dude. Jokes on them I suppose, I passed the NCLEX after not studying for 6 months, putting forth minimal effort, and after failing a class. YEAH!!! Passed on the first try too. No joke.

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I really like this school. It's my 2nd semester so I've had a bit of experience here but the parking is horrendous. Either it's a gimmick to take more money from students through parking tickets or someone doesn't understand the meaning of supply and demand. It's almost a bloodsport trying to get a parking spot, most of the time. Most times you have to park in faculty parking which is a risk. I really do like my professors and the extracurriculars. The buildings could use some upkeep but I'd rather get the good education for the lower price.

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The UMSL Recreation Center is loaded with all the right exercise equipment but goes downhill after that. Unhelpful staff. Terrible trainers. Archiac rules. Some weird prohibitions relsted to weight scales, apparently they trigger young people, elevation masks and Olympic lifting. A juice bar that was promised, but was open for less than a year and pushed into a hidden corner.

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Better than I thought it'd be but still would not recommend going here if you don't have to. The Rec is amazing and some teachers I've had were great. But most teachers are not, I feel like they don't take into account the feedback you give, most offices in the student center are not very helpful and the school needs some serious parking, road and sidewalk improvements. Also side note, I had my license plates stolen in one of their main parking lots. How do they not have surveillance cameras? I think this school has potential but for me to raise my rating they need to improve their customer service, education quality and infrastructure. Instead of spending money on new buildings as well as incentive payments and over the top car allowances for executives they should fix up the buildings they already have and provide students with a higher quality education experience. I mean the goal ultimately is to raise attendance and make more money right? Building more buildings doesn't equal more people filling up those buildings.

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This is my first semester and let me just say that the classes are good so far. The teachers seem genuinely interested in what they are teaching and have fun doing so. Now, I have beef with the parking. IT IS HORRENDOUS. And don't get me started on the stupid out of shape cops that drive around and give out tickets to the students. People have their late days and don't have time to walk a freaking mile.The faculty, on the other hand, have designated, close to school parking, but I even met a teacher on my first day of school that parked in the student lot cause there wasn't even enough for them..They are currently building a rec. center over what was revered as the best parking. And there are two spots I park in now that are close, but will also be taken out eventually for a business building.... very very frustrating.Get your act together you so called head honchos!

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Location

Address: 3041 West Ave K

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

General Phone Number: +6617226300

Institution is active in current year: 1

Institution's internet website address: avc.edu

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