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College of the Sequoias is a Public school located in Visalia, CA. College of the Sequoias has a total enrollment of 11,266 with a graduation rate of 26% and a student/faculty ratio of 30:1.

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School information

CategoryValue
School typeDegree granting, associate's and certificates
Institutional categoryPublic
Avg. price for students receiving grants$1,354
Avg. price for students living on campusn/a
Avg. price for students living off campus$17,288

 

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Application fee$0
Average staff salary$67,941

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Both the SAT and ACT scores are used for college admissions and generally contain the same types of content. The SAT score is derived by combining two sections with a low of 400 to a maximum score of 1600. The two sections are 200 to 800 for SAT Math and 200 to 800 for SAT Reading. The ACT composite score is derived by combining English, Math, Reading and Science with a range from 1 to 36.

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My Experience at COS

Academics8/10
Teachers8/10
Administration8/10
Sports9/10
Facilities9/10
I've been attending COS for about two years now and although I enjoy most of my classes, I do wish that more of my professors were open to different ideas. I think the assignments could be a bit more diverse. They tend to give assignments that conform to their own beliefs. Other than that, it's fairly easy to get settled into your schedule after seeing a counselor and their writing center is very helpful for beginning writers.
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Pretty Good School

Academics8/10
Teachers8/10
Administration8/10
Sports7/10
Facilities7/10
COS isn't a bad school but there are some things that could be fixed. Some of the buildings and facilities could use a face lift, the Sycamore building is really outdated and could use some renovations in the future. Most of the teachers are pretty nice and helpful but some have been hard to get through their class. It would also be nice if there was more than one teacher for certain subjects. The Tulare campus is extremely nice but I do wish they had some of the entry level animal science classes offered on the main campus as well. Overall a good school with room for future improvement.
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It has faults

Academics8/10
Teachers7/10
Administration9/10
Sports5/10
Facilities6/10
Great school, just don't think it's the best. The restrooms could be better, the campus could be modernized, and I wish they offered more classes outside of the Visalia Campus. There could also be more fast food restaurants available on all the campuses, the Tulare Campus doesn't have any sort of fasts food options available at all. Overall though, it's a great place to get your general ed over with and the professors, who I've had (obviously), are great!
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COS Student Review

Academics10/10
Teachers10/10
Administration10/10
Sports8/10
Facilities10/10
My experience at COS has been amazing. I am a nursing major this school has given me an opportunity to reach my goal. The counselors have helped me out tremendously; they guide me towards the right directions in order to succeed. There are also many tutoring centers. If a student need help in math or English there is the math center and writing center. The professors I have taken enjoy teaching and want all their students to succeed.
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Better experience in college than high school

Academics9/10
Teachers8/10
Administration10/10
Sports10/10
Facilities10/10
I honestly haven't had trouble with COS. The school is good, majority of the teachers actually care about you and passing the class. I have to say that I have had a better experience in college when it comes to classes and grades than I ever have. The teachers that I have had are very approachable and are down to earth. They actually know that life can be a mess and work with you when things get tough. Some teachers however aren't like that so get reviews before registering.
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COS Student Review

Academics9/10
Teachers10/10
Administration10/10
Sports8/10
Facilities9/10
College of the Sequoias is a great choice for individuals who want to save money or learn how to navigate college life before transferring. However, we also have vocational programs, skill certificates, and Associate's Degrees for individuals pursing this path as well. The staff is incredibly friendly and the professors genuinely want their students to succeed. There are also many programs that are available to students to help them succeed and lessen the financial burden. I am currently a sophomore here and I feel like this college has prepared me to transfer to a university.
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COS Student Review

Academics9/10
Teachers9/10
Administration8/10
Sports9/10
Facilities9/10
I've been Attending COS for two years now, I enjoy everyone and the environment! It's a great choice to go if you want to save money and are unsure about your classes and or Major.
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College of the Sequoias Student Review

Academics9/10
Teachers9/10
Administration8/10
Sports8/10
Facilities8/10
College of the Sequoias (COS) is a very welcoming school. When first starting here, or just coming part time, you won't have to worry about trying to get helpful service; the people in admissions and the Welcome Center will gladly help anyone out, and they do it with cheerful attitudes. Classes are quite enjoyable, very informative and engaging (the department of mathematics is especially fantastic in all these areas). Friendly and encouraging, the professors at COS will take time to talk to you about whatever concerns you may have. Ballgames can be quite entertaining, and our teams are well coached. All this greatness doesn't stop here, but carries on to the physical campus facilities. The buildings are nice, clean and well kept, and the campus is also beautifully landscaped. That's important to me, because I like aesthetically pleasing campuses. Overall COS is great place to start your college experience and I would recommend it to anyone.
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Review of College of the Sequoias

Academics10/10
Teachers10/10
Administration7/10
Sports6/10
Facilities10/10
College of the Sequoias is a great place to get a degree. I am currently in the process of getting my Associate in Science degree, and it is a great fit for the degree I am looking for. While, it may not be the place every student is looking for, depending on what degree the student wants, for someone who is working and needs to go at a slower pace than most it is a great place! Just because they are a community college, they have tons of different options for classes. Even if you are planning on transferring to a different school this is a great place to get started and then transfer later. Another great thing about COS is that you can take a lot of the classes online, so it is perfect for people who are trying to go back to school and may be working, or may have kids, or not able to go back full time. The teachers here are great also! They always make sure they are available to help you if you need it. Even if you are doing an online class they always make sure there is a way for you to contact them.Overall the school is great! and I am very excited about working towards my degree, and being able to do a lot of it from home is a big plus!
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Rebekah Burns Review

Academics4/10
Teachers9/10
Administration10/10
Sports3/10
Facilities10/10
This school is an overall excellent school. The teachers are amazing and they always have your best entrance at heart for us students. The faculty and staff are all very caring and they always are their to help your every need.
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College of the Sequoias Review

Academics8/10
Teachers8/10
Administration5/10
Sports3/10
Facilities8/10
This school is an amazing option for those who wish to save money before heading off to a big expensive university, or for those who aren't sure what it is they want to do with their futures yet. The teachers generally care and have your best interest at heart and you'll get a more catered education here rather than at universities, I'm sure considering they have time to focus on each student.
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My COS Review

Academics10/10
Teachers9/10
Administration9/10
Sports8/10
Facilities9/10
This college is an overall great college. I've been attending COS since the summer of 2014 and now I'm enrolled in their RN program! I know I wouldn't have made it this far if it wasn't for their great instructors, awesome counselors and administration. This is a great place to start for any student that's uncertain about their career choice, or before heading off to a university.
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Source: The College of the Sequoias data displayed above is derived from the 2016 National Center for Education Statistics and from the U.S. Department of Education.