I use to enjoy my classes at Bellevue College but that was about 10 years ago. I went back to expand my education only to find it's an expensive day care center.
Teachers vary from professional, to well done to could care less to no help at all. It all depends upon their passion for the job.
I only had one class I had an issue with Race in the United States 101. The teacher set up all this information regarding racial history in the United States but the teacher her self was racist to a high degree. She failed students on a whim if something offended her. And believe me more than half the students replies ended up getting them offended. The first question of the course she'd ask you is how did you get introduced into racism? We'd all answer and my answer was black to white racism in retail. Grocery is still 1940 run male oriented and if your a white Caucasian female you'll get racially discriminated against left and right. I gave her a few experiences regarding this. Well it pissed her off and she ended up intentionally failing me for the rest of the quarter. I had a few over seas coworkers taking the same course and their view point of Americans pissed her off to the point where she intentionally failed them too. No I would not recommend taking this course. Never before had i been offended and run out the door within the first hour of the class to complain and withdrawal from the course in tears.
I tried a few other courses Most of the courses were either easy or the teacher taught away from course material.
If you're familiarized with the old math forget about even taking the new math classes. Their all computerized and intentionally designed to make you fail. No paper no pencils. If you take the math tests you'll score really low because you didn't do the math "steps" according to the new math.
Please save your money and just go to an even more expensive day care center that's a 4 year university.
Things have really changed since I took college 10 years ago. I have to say I also feel like the odd ball person out when I'm on campus because I'm the only 40 year old in a group of high school graduates. When you're stuck in a freshmen class you're treated like a freshman and if you get stuck in a group project chances are you'll score low because they just didn't care.
I would really recommend a four year university over this school. It may be affordable but at a cost.