South Bay college campuses bursting a...

South Bay college campuses bursting at the seams

There are 11 comments on the Daily Breeze story from Aug 30, 2010, titled South Bay college campuses bursting at the seams. In it, Daily Breeze reports that:

South Bay campuses are crowded with students like these at El Camino College which started classes Monday.

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Torrance, CA

#1 Aug 30, 2010
Not being able to get the classes necessary each semester will make the college tour longer.
Hope Sacramento is ready

Fontana, CA

#2 Aug 30, 2010
All the more reason to oppose the misnamed "Dream Act" amnesty scheme. Precious college seats must be reserved for citizens and legal immigrants.

Oxnard, CA

#3 Aug 31, 2010
As a parent with 2 college students, one at El Camino, I can relate. It will take at least 5 1/2 years to finish a previously 4 year degree because there are so many fewer classes, and that's if you can get into a 4 year school after El Camino. Pretty soon only the rich will be able to afford higher education.

United States

#4 Aug 31, 2010
I feel sorry for the residents of 24th St. around Marymount College dorm in San Pedro there will be no parking, car accidents from drunk students comimg back to their dorm,screeching tires and racing up and down the street, fast food trash, broken bottles, used condoms and clothing to be cleaned up again by homeowners. Will be the same old excuses from LAPD and College officials " We are doing our best to control them", Yeah right.

Canyon Country, CA

#5 Aug 31, 2010
The usual goverment B.S., keep cutting what realy counts and spend more money on B.S. projects. When will the state wake up ?

Rancho Palos Verdes, CA

#6 Aug 31, 2010
Not all of these Bozos need to go to college. Go start digging dithches,cleaning pools or be a Longshoreman.

United States

#7 Aug 31, 2010
So who would be the Bozos? Im sure all the BOZOS dream of doing hard labor and getting stuck paying dues to some union that only collects and doesn't protect.

United States

#8 Aug 31, 2010
I disagree Nellie. Being a union member myself. I wish i were a Longshoreman..Best union left. Great pay and benefits..try getting a job at the docks

Los Angeles, CA

#9 Aug 31, 2010
Too bad most of them will never find jobs using their 3rd rate degrees from bogus schools.

When unemployment is high....go to college but go to a realschool
South Torrance Local

Canyon Country, CA

#11 Aug 31, 2010
Obviously you haven't been to El Camino recently because your statement is not true.

Would you rather have these kids burglarizing your home while you're at work or sitting in class?
mike wrote:
too many blacks go to El Camino, its way too ghetto

Denver, CO

#12 Aug 31, 2010
Go to online schools, duh! Nearly every school in the nation- including the Ivy Leagues has full bachelors, Masters and doctorate programs available on line. You attend when it is convenient, you can work full time and you don't have to live there, park there, stand in the class or wait for anything! The costs are competitive, and its the only school you will ever be able to attend that is ALL about YOU and what you need.

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